Wildlife sanctuaries are the safest place for both flora and fauna, its one destination to enjoy all kind of serenity ranging from deep dense forests to swampy lagoons, from jungle safari to perfect spots for photography. Here is the list of 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India which not only provide a wide range of flora and fauna but also takes wildlife conservation measures actively, to protect the biodiversity of India.
Named after famous writer Jim Corbett, Corbett National Park is one of the 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India, situated in beautiful mountains of Uttrakhand. Rich in flora and fauna, it is known for its Bengal Tigers. Jim Corbett is famous for tiger reserves and jungle safari.
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Ranthambore National Park is name after the famous fort Ranthambore in Rajasthan and is among the 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India. It is a true depiction of bygone eras, it is a perfect destination for photographers and wildlife lovers. It is a home of tigers, leopards and marsh crocodiles. One can enjoy the friendliest tigers of India through jungle safari.
Know more about: Rajasthan
Bandipur National Park is situated amidst the serene of Southern India in the state of Karnataka and is among the 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India. It has India’s biggest Biosphere reserve- Nilgiri Biosphere reserve which is an initiation for eco conservation. Bandipur National Park is home of ious animals like gaur, sambhar, chital, deer, antelopes, porcupines, sloth bears etc.
Know more about: Karnataka
Situated in Assam, Kaziranga National Park is in the list of 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India, it is the only natural habitat for one horned rhinos in India as well as in the World. It is famous for its swampy lagoons, dense forest and breeding ground of elephants, wild water buffalo and swampy dears apart from one horned rhinos. Filled with flora and fauna Kaziranga National Park is also famous for its wildlife conservation activities.
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Covered with the Mangrove forest, Sundarbans National Park situated on the deltas of West Bengal is among the 5 famous wildlife sanctuaries in India. It is breeding ground of Royal Bengal Tigers, wildlife lovers gets addicted to this destination because of its mindboggling views, meadows and iety of flora and fauna like salt water crocodiles, gangetic dolphins, hawks bill turtle and horseshoe crab adding to few.
Know more about: West Bengal