Top 10 Superb Wildlife National Parks in India

India has more than 400 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries containing different species of flora and fauna. Few famous national parks of them are Great Himalayan, Gir, Kanha and Kaziranga National Park. Apart from the above there are many more superb wild animals parks,which also offers a wide variety of wild animals, reptiles and birds in India. These numerous wildlife parks are located at different states and considered as the heritage of wildlife in India. Few of these national parks are still unexplored and isolated with pure wild populations and has beautiful scenery inside. These Indian wild park are home to some of the giant wild animals in India and big flying predators. Wildlife safari into these big National Parks in India will be the most thrill and best experience.

Bandipur National Park


Bandipur National Park lies at the heart of an extensive dense forest of Western Ghat, located in the Chamarajanagar district of southern Karnataka. Together With the adjoining of three other national parks that is Nagarhole, Mudumalai National park and Wynad Wildlife Sanctuary it forms the largest protected area in South India. It is notable as the home to around seventy Bengal tigers and over three thousand Indian elephants. Many more other attraction includes wild animals Gaur,Dhole,Four horned Antelope, beautiful birds like Malabar Pied Hornbill, Brown Hawk Owl, Nilgiri Flycatcher,Fish eagle, Reptiles including Crocodiles, Chameleon, Python, Monitor Lizard and biggest snake in India King Cobra. Explore the fascinating wildlife and amazing flora and fauna of Bandipur with elephant safari,Jungle Safari and Boat Safari. The park is open throughout the year but the best time to visit during summer.

Tadoba National Park


Tadoba National Park is the the biggest and oldest National Park in Maharashtra, located at the outskirts of the green city “Nagpur”. The paradise of the jungle Tadoba national park area is consisting of two forested rectangles of the Tadoba and Andhari range. The wild animals that can be sighted in Tadoba national park include The great cats, Sloth Bears,Wild Dogs, Indian deer like Sambar, Cheetal, Nilgai, barking deer and many species of birds and thousand species of plants. Jeep Safari is the main attraction of the Tadoba national park to explore the wild life with natural scenery. The green city Nagpur is famous for its oranges, also known as the “orange city of India”. November to June is the best time to visit this wildlife area. Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve is one of India’s 41 Project Tiger – Tiger reserves. If you want to see tigers in the wild in India, at Tadoba National Park.

Manas National Park


Manas national park is located on the foothills of the Great Himalayas in the North East state of Assam. It is one of the biggest sanctuaries in India and well known for the rare wild animal of endangered species such as Hispid Hare, Golden Langur and Pygmy Hog. Manas national park is a UNESCO recognized World Heritage site, famous for tiger population and other wildlife animals as well as home for over 360 bird species. The the endangered species, golden leaf monkey and one-horned rhinoceros are the major attraction of the park. The name Manas originates from the Manas river,which flow through the reserved area of the Park. The ideal time to visit the Manas national park is during the months of November to April. The UNESCO Natural World Heritage site has two major streams of which the main water course coming from the gorges of Bhutan.

Panna National Park


Panna national park is a promising wildlife destination of Madhya Pradesh, Panna national park is home to some of the best wildlife species in India,number of birds,the water predators, Leopard, Wolf, Striped Hyena and small wild cats. The panna region is also well famous for its diamonds. It is  one of the best-known tourist attractions in India and surrounding territorial forest area of North and South Panna forest division is the only large chunk of wildlife habitat remaining in North Madhya Pradesh. Panna National park has three major attractions wildlife, archaeology and breathtaking landscape because of forests of Panna National Park along with Ken Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary and adjoining territorial divisions form a significant part of the catchment area. Located on the banks of the River Ken, the park is lush green with deep ravines, cascading waterfalls and thick teak forests.

 Dudhwa National Park

Dudhwa national park is one of the important national parks of Uttar Pradesh, situated at the border of India and Nepal in Kheri district. The area was declared as a tiger reserve, and forms the Dudhwa Tiger reserve together with the Kishanpur wildlife sanctuary. The major attractions of Dudhwa national park are the Tigers and swamp deer,other wild animals include Leopard, Hog Deer,Rhinoceros and rich birds like Woodpecker, Bengal florican and Lesser Florican. The unique Frog Temple at Oyal can also be visited, Recently the park has come into news for the rising number of snake bites. Major attractions of Dudhwa National Park are the tigers, Swamp Deer and reintroduced zoo-born tigers and leopards into the wilds of Dudhwa. The park has a rich bird life, with over 350 species, including the Swamp Francolin, Great Slaty Woodpecker and Bengal Florican.

Gangotri National Park


Gangotri national park located in the upper catchment of Bhagirathi river in Uttarkashi District of Uttarakhand.It provides majestic beauty of forests, glacial and combined with lush green scenery. Gangotri national park is home to the endangered snow leopard, ibex, thar,black and brown bear. Uttaranchal is one of the major tourist destination in India with many sightseeing places and famous Jim Corbett national park. Jim Corbett national park is the oldest national park of India, attracts wildlife lovers from all around the world. recently Two snow leopards, an endangered species, have been spotted at the famous wildlife sanctuary and National Park and home to home to the snow leopard, ibex, tahr, Himalayan barbet, serow, pheasants, partridges, doves, pigeons, parakeet, bulbul etc. The park provides majestic beauty of coniferous forests and grandeur of glacial world combined with lush green meadows.

Simlipal National Park


Simlipal national park is an elephant reserve and also a tiger reserve, situated deep forest of tribal state Orissa. The wildlife park is home of various species of reptiles,birds and mammals, It is also considered to be one of the most important wildlife sanctuaries in India. Attraction of Simlipal national park are Animals, Birds, forest, River, Waterfalls and the scenic view of nature. The Simlipal park is home to ninety-nine Royal Bengal Tigers, 432 Wild elephants and famous Gaurs,the Indian Bisons. The Gaur is the largest species of wild cattle, bigger than the African buffalo,largest populations are found today only in India. The state also host a large number of tribal people along with neighbor state Chhattisgarh, currenlty Simlipal is home to ninety-nine Royal Bengal Tigers, 432 Wild elephants. Flora and Fauna also includes a treasure house of 1076 species of plants belonging to 102 families. 96 species of orchids.

Mouling National Park


The wildlife park is located at Upper Siang District of  North East tribal state of India, Arunachal Pradesh. Mouling national park is very rich in flora & fauna and well famous for its beautiful bids and its three varieties of goat antelopes. Other attraction of Arunachal Pradesh are high altitude Tea Garden, Namcharua Peak, Nubo Bridge,Pegu Lake and famous Namdapha national park. The seven sister states of India holds some of the famous wild area like Kaziranga national park and Intanki, balphakram, Dibru-Saikhowa and Rowa wildlife sanctuaries. Mouling National Park from the birdwatchers viewpoint is paradise and offer amazing number of birds. Mouling National Park is also the part of the Along – Pasighat tourist circuit and attracts both nature and adventure lovers to the area, offers one of great bio-diversity, with a juxtaposition of different biotopes.

Rajaji National Park


Rajaji national park is one of the most famous wildlife attraction in Uttarakhand, situated near the foothills of the Himalayas. Three wildlife sanctuaries in the area namely, Chilla, Motichur and Rajaji sanctuaries were merged into one which called Rajaji National Park. The Park is blessed with the pristine scenic beauty and rich bio-diversity, which is a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers. Rajaji wildlife area has the largest population of Elephants in Uttarakhand and good number of Royal Bengal Tigers and Leopard,other major wild animals in park are The Goat-like Goral, Himalayan yellow throat marten,Barking Deer,Wild boar,Jungle Cat,Monitor lizard and the biggest snake in India “King Cobra”. The park is also home for beautiful bird species including the Great Pied Hornbill. The most prominent avian species include pea fowl, woodpeckers, pheasants, kingfishers and barbets.

Velavadar National Park

The paradise for birds and animal, Velavadar Blackbuck National Park is located at the west coast of Gulf of Cambay in Gujarat and spread over 34.52 sq km area. Velavadar wildlife park has largest population of the elegant Indian antelope black buck. One can also spot the endangered Indian Grey Wolf,Jungle Cat and striped hyena along with grassland birds like larks, bushchats, wheatears and sandgrouse. Best time to visit Velavadar From mid October to late March, April – June.


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