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6 Amazing Forests in India you had Love to Get Lost In

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6 Amazing Forests in India you had Love to Get Lost In

1. Gir Forests in Gujarat

To check out the most unusual and endangered species, then you must visit Gir Forests in Gujarat. It is one forest range, which is popularly known for surviving home of the Asiatic lions. You must spend a night on the top the watchtower near the Kamleshwar dam where you can listen to the howl of the jackals. At the night Chital's interrupt the silence of the night and you can also get the deep roar of a male Lion.

2. Kaziranga

Kaziranga

Kaziranga is situated in the Northeastern state of Assam, where endangered animal Rhino is kept in preserving natural habitats with a significant population of the great one horned Rhinos.  Near the Karbi Anglong, you can stroll through the lush coffee and rubber plantations. You can also take a trip to the Karbi villages and meet the people to understand their lifestyle.  The main gate of Kaziranga is on the NH37 where you get a handful of cafes and a small local market.

3. Arunachal forests

Arunachal forests

Arunachal forests are another famous forest range where you would like to have your forests trails. It is only surviving rain forests of India and 61% of the Arunachal state is covered with forested land. The forest is spread across 51,540-sq-km and also spread over an elevation of 100m in the foothill regions. This forest is rich in ecological diversity that resulted in varying forest types. Here you can view the tropical forests at the foothills. The bamboo forests and grasslands are also part of this amazing forest.

4. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the state of Kerala, where you can photograph the elephants at close quarters. It is one of the best and famous wildlife sanctuaries in the south, many tourists, and nature lover visits this place every year. One must visit this place to watch the animals in their natural habitat. The forest also includes the man- made lake at the bottom of the hill. This lake is important for animals as they come here to drink or take a dip.

5. Satpura Range

Satpura range is famous forest range in Madhya Pradesh and it’s also famous as “Satpura Tiger Reserve.” you must visit this place to view several hills, plenty of water streams with pools & waterfalls. This forest is famous for rich canopies of bamboo forest and not to forget the rock & soil formations. You can take trips to the national park and can view Tiger, Leopards, Sambhar, Indian Bison, Crocodile, Great Indian Squirrels, Wild Dogs and many more.

6. Jog Falls environs

Jog Falls environs are situated in the Karnataka which is rich in beautiful sight. This place is not only famous for its picturesque beauty but also the best place for trekking. This forest has changed dramatically thanks to human intervention. This place is the largest waterfall in India, and during the monsoon season, it is without any doubt look spectacular. The jog falls are home for some of the greatest biodiversity in the world.

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