Wildlife Safari in India

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India is endowed with exotic topography which makes an ideal home for wildlife of numerous species of plant and animals. India has more than 50 wildlife and bird sanctuaries, National parks and 28 tiger reserves, which promises richer experiences and exhilaration for wildlife Indian safari. These tiger reserves are started to conserve and grow the exterminating population of tigers with the attempt of the Government of India as Project Tiger. Following are some places to consider for your holiday in a wild India.

Indian safari is the best way to explore the plant and animal wildlife in sanctuaries for many wildlife fans. Safari tours India offer preferred tour themes to many national and international tourists to different wildlife spots all over India. Each of these wildlife reserves has an altogether different venue and environment for the wildlife tourist safari in India and provides a number of alternatives to explore and enjoy alluring wildlife.

We describe here a few famous wildlife sanctuaries and National parks for wildlife Indian safari.

Jim Corbett National Park:

Famous after the name of its founder, this national park is situated in Uttrakhand is the oldest national park. You cannot afford to miss this park in Indian safari. The efforts of this park in preserving the critical exterminating species of Bengal Tigers are highly commendable. It is located is the sub Himalayan mountain range as a home land of 488 species of vegetation and wildlife. The main attractions at this place are tigers, jungle cat, leopards, reptiles and elephant safari, which is the best way to explore the environment of this parks and wildlife in Indian safari tour.

Kaziranga National Park:

This famous national park is located in Assam. It is a stunning wildlife reserve famous for preservation of One Horned Rhinos and other rare species of animals of Indian safari. It is considered as one of teh prime "World Heritage Site" and has the highest tiger density compared to any other wildlife reserves in the world. It is a significant breeding home ground for elephants, deluge deer and wild water buffaloes that make your safari tour India a thrilling experience.

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary:

Another place for wildlife Indian safari is famous bird sanctuary located in Rajasthan that provides dwelling to over 230 bird species. You get many migrating birds from west during the winter including rare species of birds like Siberian Crane. It has been declared as world Heritage Site. In addition there are many Indian water birds such as ducks, eagles, flycatcher and wagtail. Besides birds, there are species of animals liquidambar, Nilgai, Chital and Boar in this wild reserve Indian safari.

Gir National Park:

Gir Forest National Park is among the most important protected places for lions in the Asia for Asiatic lions. There is a vast area covering 1400 square kilometers. There is deep forest with perpetual valley and grassy meadows. These natural strings create an appropriate atmosphere for breeding of population of crocodiles, birds and wild animals. This is only park in Asia with wild lion. Do not omit this wonderful place in your Indian safari.

Kanha National Park;

Next in our Indian safari is Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh. This park is especially for preserving royal Bengal Tiger species. There are species of other ferocious animals also like Indian wild dog, sloth bear, bqrqsingha and leopards. The lavish green dense forest with bamboo trees is an inspiring place for Indian safari for many tourists from abroad who love wildlife.

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This article was published on 2010/10/09