All around the world, the name of India’s Wildlife has its peaks. This mother land, India houses an extreme and diverse variety of babies when it comes to the creatures other than human beings. Who can imagine about the more than 110 National Parks, 40+ Tiger Reserves and 450+ Wildlife Sanctuaries that India Houses. For me, I can’t imagine about the plethora of wild creatures that have their homes on this dazzling land and the rich flora and fauna of the country is known to be the biggest fascination of the wildlife lovers all across the globe.
While the country houses plethora of wildlife destinations let me get you the Top 5 Wildlife Destinations of India with few of their amazing facts you should know before you board your journey of Wildlife Tour of India.
Presenting the Facts about Top 5 Wildlife Destinations of India:
Ranthambore National Park
Situated in Royal land of Rajasthan, Ranthambore is the home to the Royal Bengal Tiger. While it is the most prominent wildlife destination, other than tigers, this park also houses other species that includes the Sloth Bears and Wild Sambar.
Amazing Fact: The roar of the Tiger travels approx to 2 kilometers of area.
Kanha National Park
The perfect representation of the Jungle Book, Kanha National Park is known to be the home to every single wildest creature of the Jungle Book hence it is the most interesting and loved National Park of India.
Interesting Fact: It houses more than 1000 species of flowering plants.
Gir National Park
Known for being the home to the largest population of Asiatic Lions, Gir National Park is also the home to other 32 species of mammals, 300 of birds and 26 of reptiles. Housing the King of the Jungle, this park is must visit.
Amazing Fact: This is the only home that houses Asiatic Lions in India.
Jim Corbett National Park
The home to Tigers, Jim Corbett is the National Park that served as a first National Tiger Reserve of India. As one can spot free tigers here, this park is also home to the Fishing Cats, Goral and Himalayan Thar as well.
Interesting Fact: The Jim Corbett National Park is also home to 580+ species of birds.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park was initially a Hunting Ground for the Royal People. Yet the area of 1200 sq kilometer was then regarded as the National park in 1968 as it houses the biggest population of Royal Bengal Tigers.
Interesting Fact: Bandhavgarh National Park is divided into three sections, yet the Tala Zone is where you will see Tigers are in the biggest number roaring freely.
Do these facts excite you? If yes than you should and if not then you must visit these top 5 Wildlife destinations of India and create some amazing memories of your Wildlife Tour. Happy Journey!
Author Bio: For the ones who think I’m lost, I (Yashika) just chose the road less Travelled. A wanderlust girl not made up with sugar and spice, Adventure, fine Beer and Brains rather. So, no wonder, a Travel Blogger with Travelsite India.