Your impressions of India will not be complete without seeing its astonishing nature. 150 natural parks spread all over the territory of the country; all of them are brilliant and well worth seeing. Here is the Top-10 list of parks you need to see to feel the spirit of wild India.
Ranthambore National Park
This park is one of the most famous ones in India. It can offer you everything you want to see: the richest flora and fauna of this wonderful country. Without visiting this park, your wildlife tour will not be complete.
This is known as the oldest park in the whole of Asia. It was named after popular naturalist Jim Corbett. Now, this is a governmental project existing to protect tigers that are under the threat of extinction. This park is one of the most popular ones, with tourists visiting from all over the world.
Bandhavgarh National Park
This wildlife sanctuary is another place to see tigers in their natural habitat. Their population in this park is denser than in any other national park in the whole country.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
In this park, you will also see tigers, but they will be accompanied by elephants and a lot of birds. The scenery will be completed with an amazing floral diversity. This is a great park stretching over about 700 square kilometers.
Wildlife Sanctuary Bandipur
This park in Karnataka is home to Indian elephants. Come here and see elephants in their natural habitat, and admire the local nature: this park is said to be one of the most beautiful ones in India with its mountains meeting meadows.
Kanha National Park
This is real eyecandy: firstly, this park has preserved swamp deer in their natural habitat; secondly, it has an amazing place to see – the so-called Sunset Point. Put these things together and receive a wonderful view of graceful animals on the background of the setting sun.
Pench National Park
This is a great place for you if you want to see the incredible Indian wildlife in galore. This park will offer you wonderful true scenes of life of many different mammals, reptiles, insects and birds. Surrounded by the untouched nature, these scenes will bring you back to ancient times when the world was young.
Kaziranga National Park
This one will give you a delight of watching both the fauna known for one-horned rhinos and the flora of Assam: its famous tea plantations are a thing to see when the sun goes down.
Gir National Park & Sanctuary
The Gir Park is the only park in India that can show you Asian lions. It is a very picturesque park, one of the most astonishing in the whole country. There you will see amazing landscapes of rocky hills cut deep with riverbeds.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park
This is a true home, ‘tweet’ home, as there are thousands of birds in this park. Before it was renamed, this place was known as a bird sanctuary: many species of local birds are rare or even on the verge of extinction.