Wildlife Sanctuary in India – National Parks in India – Vir Sanghvi

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Discovering wildlife is a spectacular experience. There are several amazing wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India. AskMe presents ‘The Wonders of Wildlife’, in which our travel expert, Vir Sanghvi, tells us about top 5 wildlife sanctuaries in India.

Ranthambore National Park: The king of Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in Rajasthan. It is a habitat for tigers. One can easily witness this majestic beast and other animals like Leopard, Nilgai, Wild Boar, Sambar and Hyena.

Kaziranga National Park: This national park is known to be the natural habitat of the endangered One-Horned Rhinos. Other species protected here are Tigers, Rhinoceros, Elephant, and the Asian water buffalo, Swamp Deer, Monitor Lizard and Spectacled Cobra etc.

Gir National Park: Gir National Park in Gujrat is the only habitat of Asiatic Lions. It is home to various rare species like Asiatic Lions, Leopards, Sloth Bears, Jungle Cats, Spectacled Cobra and several rare species of birds.

Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary: The bird sanctuary is located in Kerala. Many exotic migratory birds flock here in the green lush. The attractions are Siberian cranes, egret, darter, heron, waterfowl, etc.

Jim Corbett National Park: The national park located in Uttrakhand attracts many wildlife lovers. It is home to the stunning Bengal Tigers, Leopard, Elephants, Sambhar Deer and Golden Jackal etc.

Wildlife lovers must visit these recommended sanctuaries and national parks in India to behold the beauty of the stunning flora and fauna.

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