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National Parks in India

India has prolific wildlife offering ample opportunity to jungle loving people. Wildlife adventures in India are fabulous as they offer variety in terms of flora, fauna, avifauna, aqua fauna or the animals in their natural habitats. National parks in India have much to offer for to visitors without disturbing the serenity of jungles and wildlife there.

Diversity, variety and density of Indian wildlife are unique as the national parks in India vary according to their area and terrain. There are more than 75 national parks in India and about 425 sanctuaries. In national parks in India, there are about 350 mammal species, over a thousand and two hundred species of birds in nearly 2100 forms and more than 30,000 species of insects.

You will find sanctuaries and national parks in India from Laddakh in Himalayas to Tamil Nadu in South of India. National Parks in India provide great resources to preserve and protect exclusive endangered species. Jim Corbett National Park was the first national park in India in the foothills of Himalayas. The Himalayas (foothills) are known for big mammals like elephant, sambar, swamp, deer, cheetal, wild boar tiger, panther, hyena, black bear and sloth bear, porcupine, Great Indian one horned rhinoceros, wild buffalo, gagetic gharial, and golden langur. Wild ass, sheep, deers, smaller mammals, snow leopards, wolf, cats and brown beers are in plenty in the western Himalayas. There are very famous national parks and sanctuaries of northern and central India and quite a few national parks and sanctuaries are in South India, too, e.g., Madumalai in Tamil Nadu and Bandipur Tiger Reserve and Nagahole National Park in Karnataka. Few more national parks of India are Bandhavgarh National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Kanha National Park, Sundarbans National Park, Sundarbans National Park, Manas National Park, and Sultanpur National Park.

Famous "Jungle Book" written by Rudyard Kipling has BandhavGarh National Park in India as the backdrop.

Visitors from allover the globes are coming to wildlife destinations in India to experience this diverse range of flora and fauna in India.



National Parks in India
¤ Bandhavgarh National Park ¤ Bandipur Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Bharatpur National Park
¤ Corbett National Park ¤ Gir National Park ¤ Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary
¤ Kanha National Park ¤ Kaziranga National Park ¤ Namdhapa National Park
¤ Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Panna National Park ¤ Pench National Park
¤ Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Ranthambore National Park ¤ Sariska National Park
¤ Sunderban National Park ¤ B.R Hills Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Dudhwa National Park
¤ Eravikulam National Park ¤ Hazaribagh National Park ¤ Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary
¤ Manas National Park ¤ Nagarjunsagar Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Nanda Devi Wildlife Sanctuary
¤ Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary ¤ Sanjay Gandhi National Park ¤ Silent Valley National Park
¤ Rajaji National Park    
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