Top 5 National Parks in India
Craving for a tour close to nature? Here is the list of National Parks in India that will help you witness the magic of wildlife in their endemic places of origin.
When it comes to wildlife, we are all awed by the variety of flora and fauna that we have in India. When it comes to animals, we would love to see them open and free in the wild in their natural habitat. Here is a list of the most treasured national parks in India that enclose a sizeable topographical area to let the animals live in their endemic forests uninterrupted.
- Kanha National Park-
A core zone covering 363 square miles of forest, the Kanha National Park is the largest national park in India. The well-managed forest is a paradise for the wild animals to thrive in. the big cats walking in the shrubs, sloth bears, sambar and barasingha deer are the centre of attraction for wildlife enthusiasts to tour in the forest.
- Bandhavgarh National Park-
The picturesque Bandhavgarh is popular with wildlife enthusiasts and photographers and is one of the most visited protected forests. The ruins of ancient forts, encompassing 40 square miles and a buffer area of 154 square miles makes it the best place for royal Bengal tigers to thrive in. the magnificent diversity of animals like nilgai, chital, leopards, 150 species of birds and 80 species of butterflies makes it even more engaging to visit the park.
- Kaziranga National Park-
In the northeast, Assam adorns one of the finest wildlife in the world. Home to the most significant population of one-horned rhinos, this park is an undisturbed grassland full of swamps of the Brahmaputra valley floodplains. Apart from the rhinos, the Asian elephants, Gangetic dolphins, sloth bears and migratory birds sightings make it a must-visit in our travel list.
- Nagarhole National Park-
Karnataka’s leading national park and gateway to wildlife, the former hunting grounds were declared a tiger reserve in 1999. The region is concentration to the greatest count of herbivores in Asia. Tigers, sloth bears, and leopards have made their home in this reserve and is a paradise for the wild beasts.
- Ranthambhore National Park-
The crumbling fort, mirror lakes and picturesque scenery make it one of the most photographed wildlife parks in India. The 502 square mile tiger reserve is home to approximately 45 square mile tiger reserve. Apart from tigers, you can spot leopards, sambar, gazelle, golden jackal, striped hyena, pangolin honey badger and many other rare wild creatures.