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Bandhavgarh national park
Bandhavgarh which got its status of a park in the year 1968 was initially a hunting ground of the royal family of Rewa.During its early stages it occupied only an area of about 106 sq-km but now the park spreads over an area of about 448 sq-km.
Bhagwan mahavir wildlife sanctuary
Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary noted for a unique geographical formations and scenic spots is of a major tourist attraction. Apart from this it is also known for its variety of flora and fauna along with the avian species.
Binsar wildlife sanctuary
Binsar is also known for the view of the snow capped Himalayan peaks. There is only one entry to this sanctuary at Ayarpani and it leads in the North-West direction which ends in the Forest Rest House.
Corbett national park
The Jim Corbett National Park was earlier the hunting ground of the British during which the legendary hunter-naturalist turned author and photographer namely Jim Corbett who dedicated most of his life in the development of this park.
Cotigao wildlife sanctuary
The Cotiago Wildlife Sanctuary sprawls over an area of about 86 square kilometres with a multi-storied forest geography. Nature is designed in such a way that even the sunlight cannot pass through this deep and thick forest.
Dudhwa national park
The Dudhwa National Park is situated in the Lakhimpur-Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh where the northern edge of the forest lies close to the Indo-Nepal border. The river Suheli marks the southern boundary of the Dudhwa National park.
Gir wildlife sanctuary
The main reason behind the establishment of the Gir National park is to preserve the Asiatic Lion with its little left population outside of Africa.
Great himalayan national park
Great Himalayan National Park in the state of Himachal Pradesh is situated in the beautiful district of Kullu with snowcapped mountains, river valleys, and steep cliffs
kanha national park
The central Kanha valley was declared a sanctuary way back in 1933. The adoption of this sanctuary into a national park took place in 1955, after much turbulence and storm regarding rampant killing of wildlife in the area at the time.
Keolade ghana national park
The Keoladeo Ghana National Park, today is supposed to be one of the famous place for breeding and feed grounds for the native as well as for the migratory birds.
Kumarakom bird sanctuary
The Kumarakom bird sanctuary is also celebrated for a large variety of fish, mussels and crabs. The Siberian Cranes are one of the regular immigrants to this bird sanctuary.
Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary
The kumbhalgarh sanctuary is supporting a rich variety of wildlife like the Panther, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Four Horned Antelope and scientifically bred crocodiles in the lake, is the major attractions.
Manas national park
Manas National Park which is a continuation with the Royal Manas National park in Bhutan is situated in the state of Assam at a distance of about 176 kilometers from Guwahati.The Manas National Park sprawls over an area of about 540sq km of diverse topography and rich flora and fauna.
Nanda devi national park
The Nanda Devi National Park is located in the upper Himalayan ranges of the Chamoli district in the Garhwal division in the state of Uttaranchal. The park extends from the latitude 30�24' in the North to the longitude 79�53' in the East. On all three sides the Nanda Devi National park is surrounded by mountain peaks except in the West.
Netravali wildlife sanctuary
The main feature of the Netravali Wildlife Sanctuary is its fauna which lists black panthers, king cobras, giant squirrels, Great Pied Hornbills and slender Loris. Only recently Netravali was declared as a wildlife sanctuary by the government of Goa.
Periyar wildlife sanctuary
The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary one of the world's most fascinating natural wildlife reserves in Thekkady is amidst jungles of Periyar and it is distributed over an area of about 777 sq.km.The splendid artificial lake formed by the Mullaperiyar dam across the periyar river adds to the charm of the park.
Ranganthittu bird sanctuary
Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary in Karnataka is situated in the Srirangapatna town of the Mandya district. It is of great interest to wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers and bird watchers.
Ranthambore
The Ranthambore National Park is situated at a distance of about 130kms Southeast of Jaipur.Ranthambore national park was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1957 and in 1974 it gained the protection of "Project Tiger".There are many man made lakes and perennial streams which adds beauty to the park.
Rajaji national park
The Rajaji National Park is rich in fossils which include both its flora and fauna thus giving a lot of opportunities to wildlife and nature lovers.
Sariska wildlife sanctuary
The Sariska National Park sprawls over an area of about 800 sq km in the Alwar district of Rajasthan with the Aravalli range in its backdrop. Sharp cliffs of hills and narrow valleys of the Aravallis dominate the landscape of Sariska, whose forests are dry and deciduous.
Salim ali bird sanctuary
The Salim Ali bird sanctuary is situated in the island of Chorao and can be reached by a bus or a cab from Panaji to the Ribandar ferry wharf and then take a ferry across the Mandovi River to the island of Chorao.
Sunderbans
The Sunderban region has got its name from Sundari trees, once found in abundance here. It is a land of 54 tiny islands, crisscrossed by innumerable tributaries of Ganga, is now abode of varied flora and fauna population.
valley of flowers
The Valley of Flowers nestled in the Himalayas sprawls over an area of about 87.50sqkms along with heart throbbing alpine flowers.
Wayanad wildlife sanctuary
Wayanad is rich in elephant population and it got the famous title Project Elephant site of India in the year 1992.It is a wonderful place where you can experience the rich bio-diversity of the region.