1. Periyar National Park, Kerala
Choose between 35 mammals ranging from the Bengal tigers to the Indian elephants and the rare white tigers. Countless species of birds, reptiles are among the many that call this park home. You can even enjoy a boat ride on the Periyar Lake.
2. Namdapha Rainforest, Arunachal Pradesh
Known as the third largest national park in India and famous for having one of the richest bio-diversities in India. The rain forest is home to Red pandas, Wolves, Redfox to name a few and about 425 species of birds including the endangered White-Bellied Heron.
3. Sunderbans National Reserve, West Bengal
A Tiger reserve, national park and biosphere reserve all rolled into one is what Sunderabans offers. Apart from being the largest Bengal tiger reserve, it is also home to many different varities of birds and reptiles such as the salt-water crocodile.
4. Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh
One of the most famous national park’s in Uttar Pradesh, Dudhwa is hometo many endangered species. Indian rhinos, tigers, leopards and around 350 species of birds are some of the many animals you can find at this park.
5. Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
Famous for being the oldest and largest national park in India. Leopards, sloth bears, hyenas, jungle cats,endangered reptiles like the Indian python and the Russel viper’s and a diverse range of brids and other species make up this reserve. The park also arranges jungle safaris for the adventure nuts.
6. Bandipur National Park, Karnataka
Earlier known for being the private hunting ground of the Mysore Maharajas, the national park is home to a small population of tigers, elephants, bisons and antelopes among other species. Spotting elephants trying to cross the national highway is a common sight in this area.
7. Khasi Forests, Meghalaya
Home of the living root bridges, the Khasi tribe have beautifully managed to protect their forests. Most of this are had remained uxeplored until a few years back. Home to some of the richest boi-diversity sites in Meghalaya, the area is home to a rich and rare variety of flora and fauna.
8. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
The largest national park of Madya Pradesh is situated in the heart of India. Famous for being the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s “Jungle Book”. Deer, tiger, Indian gaur, jackals and four-horned deer are some of the most animal species that can be found here.
9. Western Himalayas
The himalayan mountains have one of the most beautiful landscapes and the highest peak in the world. The mountian range is home to some of the most exotic flora and fauna you can imagine. Snow leopards, Himalayan wild yak, Himalayan Thar, Musk deer are some of the many species you can find here.
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