Nature lovers and adventure seeker from around the world are fascinated by India’s bio-diversity and the exotic flora and fauna spread around the country. If you love nature and have not experienced wildlife safari in India, you will be spellbound to witness the unending wonders of Indian wildlife.
Once there were many spots scattered across the country where one would find tigers and leopards abundantly roaming around, catching prey. The kings and lords have scoured the land for hunting and have significantly decreased the number of animals. Now, the Indian forest authorities proactively protect the animals and their territory as the country now has a total of 103 national parks and sanctuaries.
The meandering meadows of Lower Himalayas, the largest mangrove forest in West Bengal and the dense rainforests of South India are home to some of the world-famous animals. The oldest national park – Jim Corbett National Park is home to the famous Indian leopard and spotted deer. You can take a wildlife jeep safari in the sanctuary with permission from the ranger’s office. The Ranthambore jeep safari is also famous as it takes you around the Ranthambore National Park, which belongs to the Royal Bengal Tigers.
You can also spot the Bengal tigers at the mangrove forest of the Sundarban National Park, which also hosts saltwater crocodiles and many endangered birds. Meet the one-horned rhinos at the Kaziranga National Park in Assam, trek in the Hemis National Park to get lucky enough to see a snow leopard.
Always keep your binoculars and cameras out to spot the most exotic and rare birds in the world. Experience Indian wilderness up close on an elephant safari at the Periyar National Park in Kerala or shoot photographs of the Asiatic lions at the Gir National Park in Gujarat.
Indian forests conserve 60% of the world’s tiger population, 50% percent of Asian elephants, and 80% of the one-horned rhinoceros and the entire remaining population of the Asiatic lion. Indian foresters strive to maintain an ecological balance across the country and create a self-sustaining environment for the growth and safety of all forms of life.
Photographers, videographers, naturalists and conservationalists from around the world come to India time and again to explore its endless trove of natural treasures. Most national parks offer luxurious accommodation and comfortable transport to and from major cities in India.
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