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Top 7 Safari Parks in India

By Prashant

India's wildlife reigns supreme as the subcontinent boasts of more than 80,000 living species. With flora and fauna in abundance, the Safari Parks in India is considered as one of the best place for siting these wild animals in their own territory.

With so many Safari Parks in India, it is tough for a traveller is to decide which park to visit given the contrasting landscapes of the national parks. From the Snow Leopards in the far North to the majestic Bengal Tigers of the Sundarbans, there is something interesting for every wildlife enthusiasts. So here are the lists of top 7 Safari Parks in India.

Gir National Park, Gujarat

This National Park is the only place where one could find the Asiatic Lion. Being a highly protective safari park, tourists are only allowed on certain routes and their movements are monitored.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

The Sundarbans National Park is famous for the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. If one is lucky enough, one may even spot the Gangetic River Dolphin swimming down the river. For those who love to bond with nature, Sunderbans is the ideal place to be and is also considered as one of the best national parks of India to site the Royal Bengal Tiger.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

The park has a significant population of Bengal Tigers, Panthers, Sloths, Hyenas, Peacocks, Mongoose, Jungle Fowls and Langurs. Jeep Safaris deep into the jungle are also organized to the tourists. Trekking is also organized at the national park.

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

The most talked about of Corbett's species are the Bengal Tiger and the Asiatic Elephant. Jeep safari accompanied by expert guides are also organized to the tourists. Corbett also has a large number of one of bird population with over 600 different species of birds nesting here.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

A ride through the undulating terrain of Ranthambore National Park in a jeep and open mini-bus safaris are truly exhilarating. Even though it is sometimes difficult to spot the wild cats at one go, tourists usually take more than one ride to spot these wild beasts. The best time for the tourists to visit the safari park is from October to mid June.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Known for the world's great one-horned rhinoceroses, this safari park in Assam is home to many rare wild life species. Tourists visiting the national park can go around the forests opting for an elephant safari which is the best way to trace the endangered species in the park. It is also an ideal place for bird watching as Kaziranga is home to a large number of birds.

Hemis National Park, Jammu and Kashmir

This national park is located in the eastern part of Ladakh and provides many hair raising adventure activities like trekking, camping in the forest and sightseeing tours to the travellers. The snow leopards are the main highlight of the park and can even spot them if you are lucky enough. A number of trekking routes are open from mid-June to mid-October and is the ideal time to spot many species in the National Park.

If you are a wildlife enthusiasts and visiting India, these are the must visit Safari parks in India which one should not miss.

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