India Wildlife Tours Enjoy Vacation With Flora And FaunaWildlife Tours is all about adventure, elephant, jeep safari, bon-fire etc. It is an incredible tour and so demandable in between the tourists as well as in between overseas vacationists.
India has lots of National Parks, Tiger Reserve and Sanctuaries; here tourists enjoy more than 70 National Parks and several sanctuaries. Some Wildlife destination in India is Jim Corbett National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, and Sariska National Park etc.
Jim Corbett National Park: - It is the First National Park of India and named after legend Hunter Late Jim Corbett who turned later as an author and photographer. It is located in the place name Uttarakhand, which is in Northern part of India. This Park covers 1,200 square kilometers area and surrounded by beautiful trees, mountains and resorts. The major attractions of the Park is Tigers, Leopards, Crocodiles, leopard cats, hog, black buck, Himalayan Black bear, Indian Python and many more species.
The major highlights of the Tour is enchanting lakes and Scintillating Rivers namely Kosi river, Ramganga and Sona Nadi and the second most highlight of the tour is magnificent safari ride, which starts early in the morning to late evenings.
Sariska National Park: - It is situated in the festive and culture land Rajasthan; it is one of the most visited vacationists place in India. Here you can explore wild animals like Hyena, Tiger, Sambar, Nilgai, Peafowl, great Indian horned owl and many more plants and animal species.
Tourists can also visit here fort and temples like Kankwari Fort and Lord Shiva Temple. These are so ancient and enthralling beauty of the Sariska National Park.
Ranthambhore National Park: - It is another Park which is located in the Northern part of India. It covers 392 square kilometers area and the major attractions of the Park are Tigers, Leopards, Boars, Chital and lots more. It is the home of more than 270 species of Birds and 30 species of Mammals, the major highlights of the tour is safari ride, Ranthambhore Fort and Padam Talo.
by: prabhat ranjan