Top 6 Must Visit National Parks in India for Wildlife Lovers

6 Best Top National Parks in India to Visit Once in a Lifetime

Out of around 80 national parks in India, there are a few handful of best national parks brimming with exotic wildlife and flora and fauna. The calling of wildlife and adventure is definitely enthralling and refreshing with spotting of rare species in their natural habitats. All credit to India’s natural biodiversity that each Indian state has atleast one national park enriched with vivid flora and fauna.

If you are bored of visiting hill stations and have been to beach destinations many times, then an exciting experience to visit India’s best national parks awaits you.

Most Popular National Parks in India

1. Corbett National Park

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Located on a large area in foothills of Himalayas, Jim Corbett National Park is one of the oldest and first national parks in India to take tiger conservation so seriously. The picturesque locales of beautiful state of Uttarakhand adds volumes to its scenic landscapes. Corbett National park has been serving as an ideal place for thrill seekers and nature lovers for years. Be prepared to spot the rare and exotic wild animals there as the entire park is divided into 5 zones. Jeep, elephant, and canter safari in Corbett National park renders it one of the most visited national parks in India for nature and wildlife.

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2. Ranthambore National Park

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Ranthambore National Park, situated near Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan is one of the best tiger reserves in India. Ranthambore is the proud habitat to Royal Bengal Tigers and Tigresses that have been attracting wildlife lovers since years for their congenial behaviour. The best way to explore Ranthambore is Jeep Safari as trekking inside Ranthambore premises isn’t allowed for the shelter of many perilous felines. If you are looking for bird watching inside Ranthambore National Park, then you can expect a fun-filled wildlife experience as the place is bestowed with some great accommodation options just outside the park.

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3. Sariska National Park

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Situated about 100 kms way from Jaipur, Rajasthan, Sariska National Park is covered entirely in the gamut of dhok trees. Inevitably one of the most loved and visited national parks in India, Sariska National park draws hordes of tourists every year that come and get mesmerized with its enthralling beauty. The park proudly acquires a major part of the Alwar district and has been largely responsible for Rajasthan tourism promotion. A few of the most-cherished habitants of the national park include the antelope with four horns, leopard, tiger, and nilgai. One of the major tourist attractions inside Sariska National Park is camel safari along with the remains of the medieval temples of Garh-Rajor.

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4. Bandhavgarh National Park

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Umeria district of Madhya Pradesh became the focal point of Indian tourism since quite a few years with Bandhavgarh National Park. Situated amidst the scenic Aravali hills, the national park has become one of the best places for tiger spotting in India. Its vast meadows, deep and steep terrains and a cluster of dense forests makes it a thrilling place to enjoy the nature and wildlife of India. Not just tigers but you can also spot nilgai, sambar, chinkara, chausingha, and the elusive white tigers. Head towards a jeep safari or a camel safari to best explore Bandhavgarh National Park. The best time to visit this national park falls between October to April.

5.  Kanha National Park


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Kanha National Park, with its location right in heart of the diverse India, doesn’t require any introduction. Head towards Kanha National Park for an ultimate dose of fun, excitement, and rich wildlife of India for it is the land of bamboo forests, swamp deer, and sal. Be prepared for the common sightings of wild dogs, wild boar, sambar, and spotted deer at Kanha National Park. One of the must-visit tourist attractions inside the national park during the evening is the most prominent Sunset Point or Bamni Dadar. Its crimson backdrop with the setting sun and the rich flora and fauna is sure to melt your heart and make it a memorable trip to India.

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6. Kaziranga National Park

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Picture Kaziranga National Park in mind and you can easily see the floating image of one-horned rhinoceroses but there’s certainly more to Kaziranga than just damp grasslands and swamp. The Kaziranga National park is the proud house of the world’s largest population of rhinoceroses with nearly 40 major mammals’ species. The best way to explore Kaziranga National park is by going for an elephant safari to let you have a bird-eye view of the entire park. Kaziranga is the home to elephants, swamp deer, and wild water buffalo apart from the most varied species of rhinos. Apart from these, a huge flock of migratory birds, scavengers, water birds, predators, and game birds keep the park buzzing with chirping sounds and gives its tourists more than just rhino spotting.

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7. Sunderbans National Park

Sunderbans National ParkLast but certainly not the least in our preferred list of top national parks in India is Sunderbans National Park. Sunderbans, already being one of the top tourist destinations in West Bengal, is a spectacular mix of mangrove jungle that makes it one of the most unique and dense forests in the world. It offers one of the most bizarre and memorable way of exploring Sunderbans, i.e. by boat, as it’s only accessible that way. Not just the exploration by boat makes it scenic and wonderful but also adds an element of thrill to the entire experience. One can also enjoy the stay at the nearby eco-friendly village accommodations and explore community-based tourism apart from animal spotting.

A visit to national park is certainly much more than just a wildlife reserve packed inside the walls and boundaries, it offers a beautiful perspective to life and travel. Don’t forget to include a visit to national park in your itinerary when the next time or probably the first time you plan to visit India on a memorable Indian holiday package from Vue India Tours – one of the most established and trusted names when it comes to the world of travel and holidays. You surely won’t regret this travel experience!


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