Best Holiday Destination this season to enjoy in Wildlife Sanctuary

Best Holiday Destination this season to enjoy in Wildlife Sanctuary

Visiting wildlife sanctuaries between the months of October and February are high during these months to experience the adventures with the wildlife animals. During this autumn and winter period mostly the wild animals are active and out due to pleasant climates as compared to summers. Elephant rides are high in demand. Many Deers, Tigers, Leopards, Lions and other wild animals can be spotted.  All the arrangements are under the supervision of professional guides and open jeeps and vehicles are made available with stay in cottages and meals.

10. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala

This area is located in Southern part of India, that is Kerala. Famous for 53 Tigers, Barking deers, Mongoose and other wild animals.


9. Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand

It is located in the northern parts of hilly Area, famous for Trekking and white Leopards. Well known picnic destination for lovers.


8. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

This forest is famous for Panthers and Blue Bull. Many safaris have been organized in the past due to its large area and dense forests with open jeeps and elephants ride. Their arrangements have been appreciated in the past.


7. Hemis National Park, Jammu & Kashmir

This place is located in the eastern side of Ladakh, of Northern India. Famous for Trekking and the land of 200 Snow Leopards.  For this area best time to visit is between June and October.  During winters it wont be possible to enjoy the destination due to snowfall.


6. Kaziranga National Park, Assam

This site has been considered famous and termed as World Heritage Site. 57% of the water buffaloes are found here and Big Horned Rhinoceros can be spotted.


5. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Rajasthan, famous for deserts has an area of dense forests that is Ranthambore National Park. Many wild animals like Bears, Tigers, Hyenas, Leopards can be spotted. It is also believed that the huge Banyan tree is growing within the forest which is yet not found by anybody. If your lucky enough, can find one for yourself.


4. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

The most talked about wildlife sanctuary, famous for Tigers, elephants, barking deers, monitor lizard. Around 600 different species are found in this area. Even the Movie Bollywood movie Kaal was also shot here.

3. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Again one of the famous Forest place from which Rudyard Kipling's beautiful novel The Jungle Book got inspired. Here also, many wild animals and birds can be spotted like tigers, leopards, hyenas, peacocks and many more. Jabalpur city within Madhya Pradesh is also famous for crocodiles.  Madhya Pradesh is considered as heart of India due to its location on map.

2. Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat

One of the largest forests in world consisting of large number and variety of species and animals can be found like tigers, leopards, peacocks, hyenas, lions and many more. Tourists are only allowed on special routes under strict supervision and monitoring.

1. Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

10,000 sq kms area vast Sundarbans forests in the delta of Bay of Bengal between India and Bangladesh. The feeling of Amazon River can be experienced. This forest is considered as the home of Royal Bengal Tigers (approx. 500),  crocodiles and snake population. River Dophins can be found and you can enjoy swimming with them. This is considered number one wildlife Destination in India. 


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