10 National Parks to Visit During the Green Season in India

The green season also known as monsoon is the most beautiful season in India, Monsoon and Wildlife has amazing combination but with the arrival of monsoon season in India most of the national park closed down for tourist but there are few Wildlife Sanctuary and National Parks in India remain opens for sometime during the monsoon season as well.

Tadoba National Park -Maharashtra

Tadoba National Park

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is well known Tiger reserve and Maharashtra’s oldest and largest National Park, Famous as the best place to spot Bengal tiger in India. There are about 43 Tigers in the reserve forest of Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve,one of the highest tiger population in India.Image source:chalatmusafir

Corbett National Park -Uttarakhand


Jim Corbett National Park is also known as the Land of Tigers and Worlds Largest Tiger Populated Reserve, The eco-tourism destination of India has been a haunt for tourists and wildlife lovers for a long time for its splendid landscape and the diverse wildlife.Image source: Wikipedia.

Ranthambore National Park -Rajasthan


Ranthambhore is one of the most popular and the largest national parks in northern India, known as one of the best Indian National Park to spot majestic tiger in wild. Ranthambore National Park is situated in Rajasthan and belongs to tigress Machli also known as Tiger Queen of Ranthambhore is the most photographed striped cat in the world.Image source: Wikipedia.

Hemis National Park -Jammu and Kashmir

Hemis National Park is located in the Leh Ladakh division of the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir, It is the best place for trekking and trek to higher regions of Ladakh Himalayas in search of the most stunning snow leopards. Hemis High Altitude National Park is only national park in India at north side of the great Himalayas and the largest national park of India.

Periyar National Park -Kerala


Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most important protected area in India, notable as an elephant reserve and a tiger reserve. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located high in the hills of Cardamom and Pandalam in the Western Ghats and known as important conservation of wildlife and biodiversity in Kerala. Image source: keralahoneymoonpackage.

Nagarhole National Park –Karnataka


Nagarhole National Park also known as Rajiv Gandhi National Park is declared 37th Project Tiger tiger reserve of India and part of one of the 18 fascinating ecosystems Biosphere Reserves of India,Nilgiri Biosphere Reserves. The National Park has rich green forest covered with small water streams, high hills, deep valleys and waterfalls along with the Good tiger-predator population with many Indian bison and elephants. Image source: team-bhp

Sariska National Park –Rajasthan


Sariska National Park is a paradise for all nature lovers and part of the Aravalli Range. The Sariska Tiger Reserve is the first ever Tiger reserve in the world for relocation of tigers and the best is that these tigers adapted the place very quickly. There is documentary about the Sariska tiger known as Tiger Dynasty Sariska.Image source: wikimedia

Dachigam National Park –Jammu and Kashmir

Dachigam National Park is located in the Zabarwan Range of the western Himalayas,near to Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. Dachigam is a national treasure nestled in the beautiful and troubled state of Kashmir, blessed with beautiful and stunning Himalayan mountains.

Valley of Flower National Park –Uttarakhand


Valley of Flowers National Park is renowned for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and outstanding natural beauty. The stunning landscape of The Valley of Flowers National Park in northern India’s state of Uttarakhand, bordered by Nepal and Tibet, comes alive with the monsoon, Nestled high in West Himalaya.