Unbolt the gates of Wildlife sanctuaries and 80 National Parks situated in India to discover rich wildlife and natural vegetation. It will prepare you for a mesmerizing treat full of inexplicable points in time with much touted natural wonders. Hence creates a wonderful intimacy between the two to be admired always.
Chilka Lake Bird Sanctuary, Puri, Orissa : Take a refuge to this peaceful inland sand-water lagoon which is one of the largest in Asia. With its pear-like-shape it presents a noteworthy ecosystem, unique collection of birds and homes delightful colonies of flamingos.
Sansan Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat : The Gir National Park with its deciduous type of forests is the only hideout of Asiatic lion. Over 200 birds species, and the animals like chinkara, hare, black buck, etc. can be caught here hoping to see you spending time with them and admiring the long pleasant thick forest drives.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary , Rajasthan: Set in the middle of Aravali HIlls, the place feeds around 35 tigers. Throughout the year it gives you warm-hearted reception, but if you can face the heat amid April to June then reach here enroute Jeep resulting in a memorable Jungle safari.
Jim Corbett National Park, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand : Formerly known as the Hailey national Park, Jim Corbet it is the first National Park in India. Set in Himalayan buttes it is enclosed with forested mountains with views of Ramganga River, and a variety of flora and fauna makes the whole experience fabulous.
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu : Being the first amongst others, the Mudumalai is a extension of Bandipur National Park in South India. From Feb to June the spot is teeming with nature lovers indulging in exotic flora and