Explore the Indian wildlife, Udaipur
India rich and diverse wildlife are preserved in the different sanctuaries across the country. Over 350 species of mammals and over 1225 species of birds are found in India. Some of them are at the verge of getting extinct and some of them are migratory birds. Apart from the splendid tourism options, wildlife tourism of India is also making a flow of International tourists from all over the world. People who love wildlife and are adventure enthusiast from heart can come to India to fulfill their dream and give it a shape. Wildlife destinations of India offer golden opportunity for tourists to explore and see the wonder of jungle in their natural home.
The wildlife in India does wonder to strengthen the popularity of India among international tourists and wildlife lovers. Every year thousands and hundred of tourists come for India wildlife holidays to explore the rich flora and fauna that is incomparable to other country. From majestic tigers and beautiful peacocks to giant elephants and hundreds of reptiles, all of these find a secure home in the wildlife sanctuaries in India. Almost all the major states of India have preserved the rich flora and fauna that display the richness of diverse wildlife of India.
In India there are around 5oo wildlife sanctuaries and they are well known for preserving different species of animals. These Some of the famous wildlife sanctuaries of India are Corbett National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park and Kaziranga National Park are some of the most popular wildlife visited by tourists from all over the world. Visitors can go for a jungle safari in these forests and catch the view of the varied species of wild animals and birds in their natural home. Infact the jungle safari provides tourists to see the wilderness and the animals in their natural home. Watching the animals in their natural home will be the delightful event of your wildlife tour to India.
Some of the famous wildlife sanctuaries of India are:
Ranthambore National Park: It is one of the famous national parks in the northern India. It is the especially well known for the large population of tiger found in this sanctuary. But in recent years the population of tigers in this forest is decreasing due to poaching and other factors. Visitors can enjoy the jungle safari inside the forest and watch the majestic tigers taking guard of its kingdom. You can often cite tigers at the lakes drinking water or waiting for the prey to come. While going for a safari you will often see the tiger making its way from a spitting distance that will shiver your body and will provide you the thrilling experience of wildlife trip to India.
Kaziranga National Park: It is the world heritage site situated in the Assam. It is the last areas in eastern India undisturbed by a human presence. The national park is famous for the one horned rhinoceros as well as varied wildlife species. Some other found wildlife species in the forest are tigers, panthers, bears etc. One can also view varied species of astonishing birds among which you will also be able to see some migratory birds.
Sundarban National Park: it is the national park of India declared as the world heritage site by UNESCO. It is densely covered with mangrove forest and is globally famous for conserving royal Bengal Tigers.
Keoladeo National Park: It is famous for conserving the varied species of birds and other wildlife species. Is the also popularly known as “Ornithologist Paradise” as it provides opportunity to study the nature and habitat of the birds to the researchers. During the winter season one can also view the migratory birds coming from abroad to spend their winter vacation in Keoladeo National Park.
Beside these there are many other fascinating wildlife sanctuaries in India. One can watch various astonishing species of birds, wildlife animals, creatures, elephants, tigers and so on during their India wildlife tours. While going for a safari in the forest it is advisable to take proper guide to help you to explore the forest in a delightful way. Not all the forests are opened for safari, but among the few never miss the chance to enjoy the thrilling jeep safari or the elephant safari inside the wildlife sanctuaries of India.
Michael Smith is an eminent analyst and writer in Travel & Tourism related topics. He has authored many books on tour guide for Indian Wildlife Tour and Wildlife tours in India. Now he is rendering his services to http://www.indianculturalwildlifetours.com/
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