Things You Should Always Remember When Planning National Parks in India

Wild Life National Parks are home to a number of the very endangered and rare species of animals on the planet. Visiting these parks, you can go through the intimate adventures with wilds seeing various wild forms in their natural environment. From the eastern India two renowned and most visited are Sunder ban and Kaziranga. Sundarbans forest is well known for largest Tiger Reserve it is over 250 tigers and is a part of world’s largest delta formed by three rivers Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna. It covers a huge area of approximately 4264 square kilometres in India. In this park you will have opportunity to observe the Royal Bengal Tigers, fishing cats, Flying Fox, Barking Deer, etc. Kaziranga National park is located in Assam is well – known for world’s great One Horn Rhinos. The gorgeous grassland of the park is really paradise on earth. This park is also famous for birding paradise.

Continuing on to the western part of India because of rich topography and fabulous mix of flora and fauna west India is now home form over 40 mammals and 450 species of birds 400 flora species. The favourite wildlife destinations are The Girl N. Park located in Sarangi, Gujarat, that is the only home for at least 300 Asiatic Lions in the world. In Central India we have Bandhavgarh N. Park located in the Maria district of Madhya Pradesh, additionally it is famous for Tigers and 250 local species and migratory birds. Khanna N. Park is situated in Mandla District of Madhya Pradesh this park comprises Tigers, sloth bear Mouse dear Balasingham. Panna National Park is 57 km from Khajuraho. In this park besides tigers, it includes leopards, White necked stork, etc.

At the northern part of India, we Have national parks in india, that is the first wildlife Reserve of India named after a mythical hunter and naturalist Jim Corbett. It is over 600 species birds and tiger, elephant, Chital, sambhar, etc. The next one is Ranthambore N. Park in Rajasthan is the park’s pride of tiger. The title is derived from two hills known as Ran and Tambour. From the southern India Narghile and Bandipore N. Park in Karnataka have 3000 dinosaurs and about 70 tigers and leopards. Medaglia in Tamil Nadu has tigers, panthers and elephants. And Periyar in Kerela is an evergreen woods having different sorts of mammals, reptiles and birds.