Does the wild jungles lure you? Do you want to explore what wilderness lie within it? Wildlife safaris in India offer the opportunity of a lifetime. Blessed with jungles inhabited by varied wild species, there are a number of locales in the country to indulge in a dose of adventure. Get ready for an expedition..
India is well-loved among travellers for its wildlife. There is surely something special which makes wildlife destinations in India so adventurous and appealing on the same hand. Wildlife safaris in India gives incredible opportunities of spotting a tiger or hear the roar of a lion or watch the endangered Great Indian Bustard or see birds..
The geographical diversity of India has resulted in rich flora and fauna. Thus, the fact has resulted in marking some of the areas protected and famed as wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. These wildlife areas are praised for maintaining the ecological balance and providing shelter to various endangered and conserved species of flora and fauna…
Sunderbans, located in south Kolkata, is a UNESCO World Heritage site sprawled over 54 islands. Some part of the Sunderbans is also covered under the stretch of Bangladesh. The delta of Sunderbans, formed by the joining of three rivers namely the Ganga, Meghna and Brahmaputra, is regarded as the largest delta in the world. The..
What inspired the settings of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book? Kanha National Park Where can one see Royal Indian Tigers? Kanha National Park One of the biggest National Parks in India? Kanha National Park You are a nature lover? Go to Kanha National Park In the state of Madhya Pradesh, lies the famous Kanha National..
Kaziranga National Park, in Assam, has been included in UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list. The vast National park, stretching up to 430 sq km, comprises of grasslands and swamp and thus it makes for an ideal location for one-horned rhinoceros to grow up. The extensive wildlife population in the national park, along with variety of..
Bandhavgarh National Park, a wildlife sanctuary, is located in Madhya Pradesh, at a distance of 197 km from northeast of Jabalpur. The national park gets its name from the old fort present in this area. Belonging to the Vindhyan mountain ranges, the national park boasts of for providing shelter for the highest density of tiger..
Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest and renowned national parks situated in Sawai Madhopur district of Southeastern Rajasthan. It is one of the largest tiger reserves in terms of the wide area in which this life spread. If the historic tales are to be believed the Ranthambore National Park was the former hunting..
Roar, trumpet and song are some of the properties that perfectly describe Corbett. The incredible charm of the place has attracted nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts to visit the Jim Corbett National Park and explore the exotic flora and fauna. Jim Corbett National Park is also popular for being the first venue where Project Tiger..
Due to geographical variation, India is blessed with exotic flora and fauna. There are about 80 national parks, located in different locations. All small and large national parks and sanctuaries have attracted tourists from all round the globe to visit India and watch animals and birds living in their natural habitat. The list of the..