Top Five Wildlife Places in India

by pateluday

Wildlife tourism in India is a booming. The rare animals survive in protected areas. These are hubs of immense biodiversity hence attract tourist from all over the World.

It is difficult to place your bet on best National Parks or Tiger Reserves. Criteria may differ hence I have chosen holistic offerings of the destinations and their reputation in order to include them. Since tiger is the most popular animal in India, I have chosen destinations which are home to this magnificent cat. I have also taken into consideration the bio-diversity that prevails and the tourism infrastructure as well.

Kanha National Park

Tiger Landscape
Kanha Forests
Kanha Forests
Neeraj Vegad

Kanha National Park

Tiger Land

The greatest achievement of the conservation unit is the rescue of hard ground swamp deer from certain extinction. The park is home to magnificent tigers along with charismatic mammals, illusive reptiles, insects and colourful birds. The floral wealth is striking as well with varied ecosystems prevailing in its niche habitats. 

Incidentally this is the best managed park as well. The species have grown and so has the ecosystem. The park tourism is manned by trained, guides, drivers and the members of forest staff. The discipline, mannerism and obedience towards rules and regulations are evident on one visit.     

Kanha National Park is a destination for some excellent birding besides tiger safaris. The night safari offers a welcome chance to sight the illusive and nocturnal creatures that have been completely ignored in the past.  

A large number of resorts offer accommodation as per the choice and budget. Small township at Mochha has shops selling daily needs. ATMs at Khatia, Mocha & Mukki offer financial facilities in this remote place.    

The tiger land is situated in Madhya Pradesh near Jabalpur which is an airport and a railway hub.  

Kanha Tiger

Kanha National Park
Male Tiger
Male Tiger
Bunty Jain

Bandhavgarh National Park

White Tiger Land

Yes White Tiger was discovered near the forests of Bandhavgarh. The reserve is startlingly picturesque and boasts of history that dates back two thousand years back. Once the kingdom of Gond tribe it was subsequently ruled by many dynasties.

The rulers h

Fort Ruins

ave been vanquished by this amazing ecosystem and home for the Bengal tiger in India. This is an exciting destination to see the tiger in the wild. Amidst the ruins of ancient civilisations wild animals thrive. The habitat offers refuge to many Central Indian mammals, bird,reptiles and insects. The floral diversity is striking as well. And the terrain with hillocks is mesmerising.

Safaris are organised in three zones on jeeps. Some of the zones in the buffer offer amazing discoveries.    

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is at a distance of 180 plus kilometres form Jabalpur City. It is a five hours drive from Kanha National Park.     

 

  

Bandhavgarh

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Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Julien

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Tiger Reserves

Corbett Tiger Reserve

Himalayan Foothills

Mountains On the foot of Himalayas is a veritable paradise on Earth. Ramganga is the life line of this enchanting ecosystem. Picturesque with mountain views the park is named after Jim Corbett the legendary hunter.      

Besides tiger, wild elephants, deer, primates and other mammals can be seen here. Reptiles like Critically endangered the long snout gharial and mugger can be sp

Mugger

otted with ease in the Dhikala range. The reserve is heaven for birders. More than five hundred altitude migrants and resident avian species  make it unavoidable destinations for bird watchers. 

Safari at Corbett National Park engages in searching for the tiger as wells as numerous birds. The Dhikala Chaur with complex for accommodation is ideal for safaris. However Bijarani and Jhirna ranges are exciting as well for the big cats and the avian.     

Tadoba Tiger Reserve

Tiger Heaven

Sloth BearThough a recent popularity has made this reserve a World renowned destination. Tadoba is one of the hot spot for tiger sightings in India. Also known as Tadoba Andahri Tiger Reserve because the river Andhari is the life line of the ecosystem.  

The reserve is situated near Chandrapur at a distance of 140 km from Nagpur City is Maharashtra State of India. Though much visited the tourism infrastructure here is evolving,  

Photo Tadoba

Tiger Reserve
Tadoba
Tadoba
Teerath Singh

Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve

Kingdom of Warriors

Verditor FlycatcherThe brave Rajputs inhabit this land of warriors and Maharajahs. Unavoidable on trip to India the desert land paradoxically colourful. The magnificent palaces, forts, temples and havelis and vibrant culture accord a melange of striking colors.  

Ranthabore Tiger Reserve is situated near township of Sawai Madhopur about six hours drive from Jaipur the capital City of Rajasthan State of India.

Tigers roam amidst remains of the fort beside Sambar tranquil lake. No spectacle can outshine that of tiger chasing its prey in the waters.  One of the best destination to see wild tigers it is part of the Golden Triangle along with Agra and Jaipur.

It is an enchanting experience to go for a tiger tours at Ranthambore in Rajasthan.        

Photo Ranthambhore

Grasslands
Ranthambhore Forests
Ranthambhore Forests
Teerath Singh
Updated: 12/26/2016, pateluday
 
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