Wilderness holidays in India – my favorite destinations

Wilderness holidays in India – my favorite destinations

India is a world famous tourist destination. It attracts a large number of tourists and vacationers from all over the world. The country captivates tourists with its unique cultural features as well as geographical features. The district is very fascinating with rich flora and fauna that can be seen in its various wildlife sanctuaries, protected areas, tiger reserves, bird sanctuaries and national parks. There are several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in the country that attract tourists, vacationers, children, families, wildlife lovers, adventure lovers, nature lovers, special interest tourists, environmentalists, etc. from all over the world. Sundebans, Ranthambhore, Sariska, Sasan-Gir, Bandhavgarh, Keoladeo Ghana, Dachigram, Kaziranga, Manas, Periyar, Kanha, Pench, Panna, Sultanpur, Dudhwa, etc. are some of the world famous wildlife sanctuaries and parks in India. These destinations are well facilitated with jeep safaris, elephant safaris and wildlife hotels, lodges and resorts for excellent accommodation.

There are many popular destinations for wildlife tours in India. In this article, I provide brief but useful information about my favorite wildlife destinations in India.

Ranthambhore National Park

Located in Rajasthan, India. It is widely known for its tigers as well as other wildlife attractions such as other animals, reptiles, birds and various types of plants. Major attractions in the park Jeep Safari, Elephant Safari, Tigers, Jogi Mahal, Ancient Banyan Tree and Ranthambhore Fort. Ranthambhore is a delight for photographers as well as wildlife lovers, nature lovers and adventure lovers.

Keoladeo National Park Ghana

It is a world famous bird sanctuary located in Rajasthan, India. It is a magnificent bird sanctuary and a paradise for bird watchers. It attracts a large number of tourists with its rich variety of avifauna. Thousands of rare and highly endangered birds (such as Siberian cranes) can be seen in this park during the winter season. The park is home to over 400 species of birds. In addition, the park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A must enjoy activity in the park is the rickshaw ride which allows you to see the fascination of the avifauna in the most enjoyable way.

Sasan Gir National Park

Also known as Gir Vana or Sasan-Gir Vana. It is a world famous lion sanctuary located in the state of Gujarat. It is the only home of pure Asiatic lions. Other jungle wildlife attractions are Indian leopards, sloth bears, striped hyenas, Indian mongoose, golden jackals, Indian palm civets, desert rats, spotted deer, blue bulls, four-horned antelopes, wild boar, etc.

Jim Corbett National Park

From my point of view these are the best wildlife holiday destinations in India. This world famous national park is located in the state of Uttarakhand. The park is rich in its flora and fauna and always attracts its visitors. Corbett has been a favorite destination and haunt for hikers and wildlife enthusiasts for a long time. Corbett’s attractions are tigers, leopards, wild boars, leopard cats, Himalayan black bears, Indian gray mongoose, sloth bears, barking deer, spotted deer, black jungles, jungle cats, fishing cats and more. Corbett’s must-have is the elephant safari. The park is a very popular destination for many popular wildlife tour packages in India.

Periyar National Park

Periyar is located in the state of Kerala, South India. It is one of the most preferred destinations for wildlife tours in India. It is home to a large population of Indian elephants. Tourists can see herds of playful elephants on the banks of the picturesque Periyar Lake. Periyar Lake is also a must-see attraction of the park. Tourists can take a boat ride over the Periyar Lake to see the wildlife attractions of the Periyar National Park. The park is very rich in its flora and fauna.

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