January 24, 2022


The Trip Encyclopedia

7 Indian Wildlife Sanctuaries You Just Can't Miss

India is a land of many wonders. On one hand, it gives you beaches and nightlife and on the other it gives you the wilderness.  The wildlife in India is an interesting mix of flora and fauna from the regions of Europe and Asia, is majorly dominated by tigers and elephants, not to forget the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceros. This is not all. Here, you can also spot (if you are lucky) endangered species of animals such as the Ganges Dolphins and the Asiatic Lion.The Indian Wildlife also includes a fascinating collection of birds, reptiles, insects, and other fauna. Likewise, the flora in some of these sanctuaries are outstanding and includes many rare plants.
Let’s explore some of te best Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in India and discover what each holds for us:
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Jim Corbett National Park”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Ranthambore National Park”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Kanha National Park”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Rajaji National Park”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Kaziranga National Park”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Sundarbans National Park and Tiger Reserve”]
[rel_attraction_big_picture title=”Periyar National Park”]