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8 Top Wildlife Sanctuaries to visit in India


 Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

If you are a person who loves watching wildlife and animals then you certainly cannot miss out on planning a trip to wildlife sanctuaries in India. At present, winters time is best to experience the wildlife by the safari. There are lots of well known wildlife sanctuaries in India where you can visit. Here we are giving you a list of 8 best Wildlife Sanctuaries in India.

1. Jim Corbett National Park, Nainital, Uttarakhand

The Jim Corbett National Park is amongst the best national parks in North India. It is also the oldest national park of India. This famous national park has around 300 wild elephants and 200 tigers. The other animals that can be seen here are a range of species of otters, deer, rhesus macaques, langurs, sloth bear, gharials, peacocks, sambar and many more. Moreover, this place receives the 586 species of migratory birds.

Safari timings
·       05:45 AM - 08:45 AM (Morning)
·       01.00 PM - 04:00 PM (Afternoon)
Address
·       Jim Corbett National Park. Ramnagar, Nainital, Uttarakhand (India)






2. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

This National Park is well known for its density of Bengal tigers and has a rich biodiversity. There are over 40 species of mammels and 250 species of birds. Indian bison, barking deer, langur and wild boar are a part of the animals of this national park. Bandhavgarh is also identified to have a link with the great Hindu epic, Ramayana.

Safari timings
·       06:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Morning)
·       03:00 PM to 06: 00 PM (Afternoon)
Address
· State Highway 10, Near Petrol Pump, Badhavgarh, District Umaria, Tala, Madhya Pradesh 484661








3. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Ranthambore National Park is a rare blend of nature, wildlife and history also. This park is famous for its decent tiger population and is also a home to sloth bear, spotted deer, leopard, rhesus macaque, chital, gray langur, nilgai and many others. The park is mostly visited by the wildlife photographers. Additionally, Ranthambore was the earlier hunting reserve of the Maharajas of Jaipur.

Safari timings
·       07:00 AM to 10:30 AM (Morning)
·       02:00 PM to 05:30 PM(Afternoon)
Address
·       Sawai Madhopur,  Rajasthan





4. Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga National Park is a home to the two-third of the world’s population of one-horned Rhinoceros, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This was founded in the year 1905 and became a part of Tiger Reserve in 2006. The other significant animal species in this forest comprise leopards, swamp deer elephants, water buffaloes, and tigers.

Safari timings
·       07:00 AM to 9:30 AM (Morning)
·       01:30 PM to 03:30 PM (Afternoon)
Address
·       Kanchanjuri, Assam 784177






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5. Gir National Park, Gujarat

Gir National Park is the only park that is the habitat of the endangered Asiatic lion. This is near to the popular destinations such as Somnath and Junagadh. This park was the former hunting grounds of the Nawabs of Junagadh. This has 300 avifauna species, 37 kinds of reptiles 38 species of mammals, 2000 insect species as well as has the largest population of leopard.

Safari timings
·        06.00 AM to 12 noon (Morning)
·       03.00 PM to 06.00 PM (Afternoon)
Address
·       Gir National Park, Gujarat 362135






6. Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

Sundarbans National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a swamp forest with diverse water-bodies. It is well-known for being home to an enormous number of Royal Bengal tigers and spotted deer. The national park is also affluent in its flora, reptiles, avifaunal and marine life treasures. Sundarban boasts of being the largest delta in the world with mangrove forest which is spread in India and Bangladesh.

Safari timings
·    Time of the boat safari varies, as per the tour operators.
Address
·       Dayapur, Gosaba, West Bengal 743370





7. Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

Bandipur National Park was once the private hunting grounds of the Maharaja of Myore. Mouse deer, spotted deer, Sambar, sloth bear, wild dogs, black-naped hare, Malabar squirrel and tigers are several of the animals out of 100 animal species that you can see here. It is bounded by the superior Western Ghats and hence is known to be the most beautiful National parks in India.

Safari timings
·        06.00 AM to 08.00 AM (Morning)
·       03.00 PM to 05.00 PM (Afternoon)
Address
·       Gundlupet, Chamarajanagar District, Bandipur, Karnataka 571126







8. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park is considered to be the most excellent administered parks in Asia. It is best known for being home to an important population of royal Bengal tigers and is a part of the Project Tiger. There are over 1000 kinds of flowering plants and during the safari you can spot jackal, numerous colorful migratory birds, hyena, jackal, swamp deer and many more.

Safari timings
·        Sunrise to 11:00 AM (Morning)
·       02:00 PM to Sunset (Afternoon)
Address
·       Near Mandla, Madhya Pradesh 481111




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