National Parks in India

The wild abodes of the wild animals in India are outstanding. From North to South and East to West, India is always “WOWing” the tourists with its rich bio-diversity and heritage. National Parks and Wildlife sanctuaries in India lure people from all over the world with their rare species. The diversity and range of Indian wild life is matchless. Many visitors come to visit India to see tiger which can be found in the national parks of India. India has around 97 national parks and all of them possess a wide variety of captivating diversity of terrain, flora, fauna, avifauna, aqua fauna. Where one can experience different wild forms in their natural surroundings on an elephant or inside a jeep. The adventure and excitements in these parks are simply amazing.


The national parks are reserved land and generally owned and declared by national Government. These areas are reserve land and protected from human development and pollution. They provide natural habitat to all the animals residing there. More over these parks provide abundant scope for overall development of the wildlife tourism a and adventure tourism.Tourists from all over the world become surprise to see the Indian wild lives located at various geographical locations and have different climate. Even these different parks have different natural vegetation and different wild lives.There are national parks in the hilly areas, desert areas, plain lands and in mangrove regions. The several endangered animals in our territory are Languor, Monkeys, Asiatic Lion, Asian Elephants, Tiger, One-Horned Rhinoceroses, Wild Buffalo, etcSome of the important national parks in India are The Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve – Uttaranchal, Kanha and Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh, Ranthambhor – Sawai Madhopur, Gir – Sasangir (Gujarat), Kajiranga in Assam etc.As a tourist it is always exciting to be in India and it is far more exciting to be in the confines of an Indian Wildlife territory. For the wild life enthusiast India is an amazing place because it houses a good number of wild life species which cannot be found no where else in the globe. India is a abode to not only of the wild animals but the national parks of India are also blessed with over 2000 species of birds, over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians and around 30000 species of insects including colorful butterflies.


The rich variety of biodiversity and maintenance in all these national parks in India had done a great contribution to the eco-tourism in India.