World Nature Conservation Day 4.3 

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World Nature Conservation Day

1. Gir Forest National Park

Are you all set to explore the parks and wildlife sanctuary? In such a case, don’t miss to book your trip to the Gir Forest National Park. It is situated in the beautiful city of Gujarat with natural habitat. You can easily spot an Asian Lion in the park. 


In the early times, it was a famous place where Junagadh Nawabs used to enjoy hunting. During the time period of 1990, the place was regarded as a wildlife sanctuary. In the beginning, there were only 12 lions. Later on, the number kept on increasing and reached around 600 lions presently. Apart from the lion, you can also enjoy looking at other animals, including wild boar, chital, sambar, and so on.


2. Sundarban National Park

Sundarban National Park is also a famous natural habitat to visit. It is situated in the most welcoming West Bengal city. It is placed on the land on Ganges Delta and regarded as a popular “Tiger and Biosphere Reserve.” On this world nature conservation day, enrich your knowledge about the biosphere. Several animals which can be spotted at the park include wild boars, leopard cats, dolphins Ganges River, Bengal tiger, and so on. Enjoy the journey in the park with a boat trip.



All over the globe, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve has remained a splendid attraction site for wildlife lovers. The reserve protects with a giant green forest. It is situated in the city of Madhya Pradesh. This nature’s day spend some time with natural habitats. In India, it is regarded as the “best national park” with animals such as wild boars, chinkara, deer, leopards, and so on.

4. Ranthambore National Park

In the regions of North India, Ranthambore National Park is the largest one covering an approximate area extended up to 392 sq km. From 1974, the place remains a famous part of the “Project Tiger.” It is a refuge place for the Royal giant Bengal tigers. You can click pictures of other animals also and that includes bison, jackals, hyena, leopards, bears, and so on.  

Are you a keen wildlife photographer? Then, you should visit Kaziranga National Park on this world nature conservation day. The peaceful park is surrounded by wild animals such as elephant, swamp deer, tiger, wild buffalo, and rhinoceros. It is a place which commonly houses some species of birds and animals who live on the hills. Apart from it, other animals which you can find in the park include leopards, bears, and so on. It is also regarded as a “UNESCO World Heritage Site.”

Jim Corbett National Park is located just near Nainital. Many tourists come to the place to explore tigers, red foxes, black bear, deer, jackals, and so on. It is an eye-catching location which is filled with soothing air and greenery all over the place. You can hire a guide to travel along with the park areas and explore the green environment.

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Have you planned a tour to Rajasthan? In such a case, don’t miss to explore Sariska National Park on the world nature conservation day. It is an outstanding location with natural atmosphere and habitat.


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