Wildlife Sanctuaries in India
The rich wildlife in India can be observed from a large number of sanctuaries and wildlife reserves found here. India Holiday Mall provides the best options to its travelers to explore the wilderness of India through its wildlife tours. Majestic tigers to mammoth elephants and several species of migratory birds are all found in this vast country. We let you discover the best parts of India covering the vast landscapes and rocky terrains. Wildlife in India is rich and so is the number of wildlife sanctuaries made to conserve and protect the fauna.
Going into a detailed statistical analysis, you would be glad to know that there are about 490 wildlife sanctuaries, 80 national parks and 23 extensive tiger reserves in India. If you are a lover of beauty and natural resources, then we can assure you the best moments of the journey made with us. The perfect thrill and excitement are what you will discover in your journey accompanied by us.
The wildlife sanctuaries in India are not only known for a large number of rich fauna its preserves, but you can also explore the fascinating variant of topology seen here. Tiger is the national animal of the country and there is an extensive threat of these species becoming extinct in few years hence. To conserve the royal beauty of India, there are about 25 specialized cells. Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh, Bharatpur, Kanha National Park and Corbett National Park are known to be the best destinations for tiger enthusiasts. Corbett National Park is tucked up along the Himalayan foothills where the roadways are forest-covered steep slopes.
This very sight provides you an awesome experience to experience greenery all around. Tiger tour of India can be taken in these parks where natural habitat is provided to these animals to roam freely. Our travel options provide exclusive tiger safaris in these national parks as these are the most elusive places to find tigers. Usually, we provide jeeps and buses to go for the tiger safari. Spotting a tiger in safari is not much guaranteed, however, if you plan a wildlife tour to India in search of tigers specifically, then we recommend the months of April and May. This is the period when these animals are found profusely in the natural habitat in search of water.
The wildlife sanctuaries are set up all across the country, yet North India is considered to be the best place. The apt temperature becomes a home for most untamed animals and migratory birds as well. The diversity of geography comprising of deserts, plains, plateaus, and hill stations and the favorable climate is the prime reason why most of the animals are found here. Out of the total number of 490 sanctuaries in India, most of them are found in northern India owing to the natural habitat. Other than jeep and bus rides, elephant ride safari and camel ride safaris are also seen here in the national parks. We offer you the best experiences of different safaris and views of exotic birds and endangered species of animals. A guaranteed lifetime experience is provided to you with our lodging options. Wildlife tours of North India are packed with excitation, fun, and exotica as the region is not only the home for wild animals, but also for the different flora that includes several medicinal plants, important trees, and water resources.
A few of the most important and most visited wildlife sanctuaries of North India are Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Sariska Wildlife sanctuary, Chail Wildlife sanctuary, Manali sanctuary, Daranghati Wildlife sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh, Corbett National Park, Ranipur sanctuary and Ram Nagar Wildlife sanctuary. Rajasthan is believed to be the home of royal architecture. The extensive flora and fauna add to the beauty of the region.
The Bharatpur Bird sanctuary is found in Rajasthan where you would also find other species of animals as well. The Sariska wildlife sanctuary is also known as the abode of a striped hyena, caracal, leopard, jungle cat, golden jackal, etc. Jammu & Kashmir is famous for Ram Nagar wildlife sanctuary and Uttar Pradesh for Ranipur sanctuary. The major attractions in Ranipur are fishing cat, spurfowl, painted partridge, jungle fowl, and peafowl.
Coming down south, you will also discover few very famous wildlife sanctuaries of South India. Idukki Wildlife sanctuary, Wayanad Bird sanctuary, Periyar Wildlife sanctuary, Neyyar Wildlife sanctuary are famous in Kerala. The God's own Country is a reserve of the wildlife resources of India. You would see different varieties of sambhar, wild dogs, deer, wild boar, tiger, leopard, cheetah, wild bison, elephant, etc. Among reptiles, krait, viper, and cobra are also found in these sanctuaries. Few migratory birds and Indian birds are also found in the wildlife sanctuaries like kingfisher, jungle fowl, myna, woodpecker, bulbul, etc. All sorts of animals, reptiles, mammals, fishes, and birds can be seen in these natural reserves. The amalgamation of mixed deciduous, tropical, semi-tropical, and evergreen trees can also be seen that enhance the beauty of the sanctuaries. Karnataka is yet another center to make wildlife tours of South India. Nagarhole National Park is situated here that is an ultimate center for varied birds and animals. The Madumalai Wildlife sanctuary of Tamil Nadu is considered to be the jewel of the state. A great place for tiger reserve as well, the sanctuary boasts a large number of endangered species and rare animals. The land is sprawled over 321 sq km of land and occupies an awe-inspiring place in the Nilgiri hills.
The wild animals found in India are many and so are a large number of wildlife sanctuaries and national reserves. The best part of India is its favorable climate, which is neither too hot nor too cold. This apt climate becomes a home for many animals and birds, as a result of which the country is forever populated with a rich fauna. The untamed animals are protected in these sanctuaries and are surrounded by their natural habitat, thus making them more adaptive towards the climate and structure of the region. India Holiday Mall makes every possible effort to make you vis-à-vis with the wildlife in India.