Currently Night Safari is Not Available anywhere in India. Greater Noida Night Safari park in Uttar Pradesh will the India’s first night wildlife safari park, followed by Gorewada Zoo Night Safari at Nagpur.
We came up with proposed parks who are about to launch night safari only in the buffer zone of the parks such as Special Night Safari to Jhinna Camp at Panna National Park,Night Safari in Kanha National Park and Night Safari in Ranthambore National Park buffer zones.
Greater Noida Night Safari park is a proposed 102-heactare land project with world-class night safari with closed environment. The project will be the first Night Safari in India and second in Asia after Singapore.
Gorewada Lake and Zoo of Nagpur will host one of the India’s first night safari. The Gorewada Zoo is one of the largest captive Zoo Safari in India and the park various wild animals including African Safari.
Pench National park is known for its beautiful forests, rafting and home of The Jungle Book. The Mowgli land is opens for night safari in buffer zone of the reserve in Paoni and Nagalwadi to boost ecotourism.
After Satpura and Pench national parks, Kanha national park is also planning to start Night Safaris in the buffer zone. Kanha National Park is the largest National Park in Central India and has a surrounding buffer zone of 1,067 km2.
The Forest Department of Rajasthan is planning to start Night Safari in Ranthambore National Park along with its currently morning and evening game drives. Night Safari in Ranthambore National Park will a small drive in the buffer zone of the park.
Indian wildlife is full of amazing and unique species of wild animals, some of the majestic creatures are only hunt during the night.
Nocturnality behavior of wild animals are known as nocturnal when they active during the night and sleeping during the day. Nocturnal creatures have high senses of adapted eyesight, hearing and smell, The most known creatures to be nocturnal include Hyenas,big cats, snakes,Tarantula and owls.