Top 10 National Parks in India

With a rich biodiversity and nature trails, India is blessed with an amazing wildlife, and an adventure trip to this country is not complete without a rendezvous with the exotic wildlife that abounds here.

Listed below are the top 10 national parks in India:

If you are a bird lover, Keoladeo Ghana National Park (Rajasthan), also called Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is home to more than 230 bird species. A World Heritage Site, the bird sanctuary is also popular for its panoramic grasslands and wetlands. Image From - WikiPedia One of the most popular ecoparks of India for its breathtaking natural beauty and wildlife, Periyar National Park (Kerela) is situated on the Western Ghats. You can spot herds of elephants near the Periyar Lake, where rafting is an adventure tourists love to explore. If you are lucky enough, you may even come across tigers and other wildlife attractions here. Image from - [email protected] Bannerghatta National Park (Karnataka) As a wildlife lover, your search for one horned rhinoceros ends at Kaziranga National Park (Assam). Lying on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River, the World Heritage Site features a Tiger Reserve and is home to a diverse wildlife, including water buffaloes and elephants. Image by [email protected] With a dense area of bamboo forest, Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh) in India is the ultimate destination to spot the Bengal tiger, leopard, sloth bear, and wild dog. Exploring one of the finest national parks of India is full of fun and adventure Image from - WikiPedia One of the most visited national parks in India, Blackbuck National Park (Gujarat) lies in the vicinity of the Arabian Sea. An open grassland, the park is a safe sanctuary for blackbuck antelope and nilgai. In the south of the park, a small wetland attracts innumerable species of birds, including ducks, flamingoes, pelicans, coots, waders, painted storks and white storks, and sarus cranes. The Park is world famous as a roosting site for Harriers from Central Europe. Image by [email protected] A splendid tangle of mangrove forests, the pristine Sunderbans National Park (West Bengal) is a World Heritage Site. With its amazing river bodies, mangrove trees, and forest area, Sunderbans is home to the world-famous Bengal tiger. You can also spot a great diversity of snakes and crocodiles here. Image from [email protected] One of the top 10 national parks in India, Ranthambor National Park (Rajasthan) is a unique blend of nature and history. Characterized by steep cliffs and rocky plains, the park is inhabited by a diversity of flora and fauna. Tigers are casual sight here. Besides, you may see many predators in the park – decorated with lakes, forts, and dry deciduous forests. Image from- Wikimedia Corbett National Park - One of the most popular wildlife destinations in India, Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand) is widely known park for its tigers. Divided into five distinct zones, the park boasts a large area, with the first zone, Jhirna, open all the year round. One of the most inviting places for nature and adventure lovers, the ecopark inhabits 580 bird species, 110 tree species, 50 mammal species, and 25 reptile species. The cabins around the Dhikala zone are ideal spots to enjoy the diverse wildlife here. Home to the endangered Nilgiri Tahr, Eravikulam National Park (Kerela) is one of the top 10 national parks in India. The spectacular biopark houses sambar deer, gaurs, leopards, golden jackals, tigers, Indian porcupines, and Nilgiri langurs. You can also spot elephants and small clawed otters in the park – which is inhabited by hundreds of bird and butterfly species. Image by [email protected] - Rajamalai Forest

 

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