India is not only just incredible in terms of climate, nature, culture, historical places, religion; India is also dotted one of the popular wildlife destinations among the tourists. The total area of India's protected wilderness is around 1, 40,000 square kilometers which constitutes 4 percent of the country’s total land area. There was a point of time in history when many wildlife and marine species were on a brink of extinction. However, off late, Indian government and the populace have awakened to the frightening danger over the existence of these wildlife species and have brought them under the protection and nourishing plan. The emphasis has not only been on protecting and nourishing wildlife in reserved jungle and forests, also developing awareness and protection so the man and animal persist to live in peace and harmony.Corbett The country's protected wilderness consists of 75 National Parks and 421 Sanctuaries, of which 19 fall under the purview of Project Tiger .Its geographic and climatic diversity makes it the home of over 360 mammals and 1,300 bird species, many of which are exceptional to the subcontinent. The land of the tiger and the elephant, the peacock and the rhinoceros, India's wildlife is a delight for the nature lover. The wildlife Parks and sanctuaries sprawled in Southern, Western, Eastern and Northern part of India, all over offer a fascinating miscellany of forest environment, flora and fauna.
India is reputed to be the home to the finest wildlife and bird statuaries and tiger reserves, which offer an amazing array of wildlife. There are few popular “Project Tiger" wildlife reserves at Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Parks. As a result of positive steps and inventiveness taken in the area of Indian wildlife conservation, the existing wildlife sanctuaries and national parks have seen a significant raise in the number of tigers, which were once on the verge of annihilation
In India there is some finest bird sanctuaries namely are, Bharatpur, Ranganathittu, Vembanad Bird Sanctuaries. Other wildlife sanctuaries such as the Shivpuri Nature Reserve, the tiger reserve at Nagarhole wildlife sanctuary and Bannerghat National Park are also prominent and quite poplar among the wildlife lovers. These nature refuges are home to several rare animal species including lions, tigers, elephants, leopard, Cheetahs, monkeys, deer, Sloth bear, wild boar, rhinoceros black bucks, cobras and peacocks are the prime wildlife attractions in the country. Discover the vividness of the flora which provides protection and food to these animals. All these are so exceptional and exciting in themselves that you will be forced to revisit the wildlife regions time and again.
The wildlife attractions of India are colossal and worth appreciating. Indian wildlife preserve numbers endangered and rare species, and waiting for you to explore them.
Jim Corbett National Park is the first wildlife reserve of India, sprawled over an area of approximately 500 sq km in the Himalayan foothills. This park was established in year 1936, however in 1955 - 1956 this had been renamed Ramganga National Park, the originally park was named Read More
Ranthambore National Park is located in district of southeastern Rajasthan in state of Rajasthan North India. The close town and railway station is at Sawai Madhopur; about 11 km left. This is one of largest and most poplar National Park in the country. Read More
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Alwar Rajasthan, 37 kms from the main city of Alwar. Formerly hunting place of kings of Alwar. Sariska is probably one of the most visited National Parks in India, being centrally located near Jaipur and Delhi. This Sanctuary is located is Read More
Bandhavgarh National Park is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers is spread over an area a core area of 105 sq km and a buffer area of approximately 400 sq km of topography varies between steep ridges, undulating, forest and open meadows. Read More
Nagarahole National Park is located in Karnataka State in Southern region of India. This park was set up in 1955. The name Nagarahole is blended with 2 Kannada words-'Nagar' meaning snake and 'hole' meaning streams, there are plenty of streams snakes, found in this tropical park.. Read More
Gir National Park & Wildlife Sanctuary is situated 65 kilometers from Junagarh City of Gujarat state. The park is formed in 1965, with entire area of 1412 square kilometers, out of that 258 km square area is officially under “protected area” and 1153 km.. Read More
Spread over an area of over 1,940-sq-kms, Kanha National Park cum Tiger reserve is located in the Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh. Being one of the India’s finest tiger reserves, the park is the only habitat of the rare hard ground barasingha i.e. the Read More