India's wildlife is both rich and diverse, owing to its large forest area and variety of wild life species. More than 4% of India's land is under forest cover- there are at least 90 national parks and 482 wildlife sanctuaries. The country is one of the 12 mega diversity areas in the world, in terms of animal. Depending on the area and territory, National Parks provide ample of opportunities to the visitors to have a close watch with the wilds. But what is so exquisite about the Indian National Parks is the variance that they are equipped with.
Whether it comes to the flora, avifauna, and aqua fauna, or witnessing various wild forms in their natural surroundings on an elephant or inside a jeep, wild ventures in are simply amazing! Some of the best jewels of Indian wilderness include the Great Himalayan National Park, Dachigam National Park near Srinagar, Corbett National Park in Uttar Pradesh, which is also a famous tiger reserve, Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan, and Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal. Worth visiting in the East Indian part in "The Land of Rhino" Assam is Kaziranga. In addition, the Great Indian Bustard and blackbuck of the Kerala Sanctuary also attract a lot to our tourists. The Madhav National Park originally called the Shivpuri National Park is another prosperous habitat for the wildlife in close proximity to the historical town of Gwalior. Here one can also see enjoy cultural and heritage destinations. The National Parks in India are popular for their wildlife where enthusiast as well as the holiday makers can come and feel the difference. Moreover, someone who has personal experience of all the locations can deliver a properly balanced journey and even more importantly, the best guides – because the choice of guide can make wonderful private safari. Ranthambore National Park is known as one of the best national parks in the world to spot Bengal tigers in their natural habitat. The park is situated between the vindhya and Aravali hills, and is originally named as the Sawai Madhpur wildlife sanctuary. The Corbett National Park one of the most popular India National Parks in the northern region for the wildlife devotees as well as the holiday makers is changing the way wildlife tourism. The Kanha National Park, in Madhya Pradesh, forms the core of the Kanha Tiger Reserve created in 1974,under Project Tiger. Stretching over 940sq km, the vegetation, chiefly made of Sal and bamboo forests, grasslands and streams, this park is the sole habitat of the rare hard ground barasingha.