While the Golden triangle tour of India lead the the cultural exploration of some prominent heritage sites of Delhi , the contemporary capital of India, Agra, the home of three world heritage sites and Jaipur, the pink city with its royal grandiose, the wildlife tour of India will lead the enthralling exploration of exotic biodiversity of India, be it the sight of Royal Bengal Tiger roaring or the eye pleasing vistas of sudden flight of migratory birds, immense into the opulence of some of the India’s renowned wildlife sanctuaries and national park under Golden triangle with wildlife tour to India.
Jim Corbett National Park
The oldest national park in India is a home of wild elephants and Tigers. The National park is well-renowned wilderness areas of North India and houses various species of sloth bear, otters, Rhesus macaques, peacocks, deers, gharials and many more. Apart from housing some exotic species of animals, the national park is a great sight for birdwatching in India which houses approximately 586 species of migratory birds.
Ranthambore National Park
The wild gem of Rajasthan is one of the largest National Parks in India where the travelers can explore the fusion of wildlife and history along with the rustic natural beauty of rugged terrains of Rajasthan. The place has already gained so much popularity for its decent tiger population. Apart from housing these exalted members of cat family, Tigers, the place also houses various other species like leopards, nilgai, sloth bear, gray langurs, spotted deer and many more. The place is quite popular amongst photographers and nature lovers as the tigers here are often regarded as the most camera-friendly tigers in India.the former hunting retreat for Rulers of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park also abodes the Ranthambore Fort which is encircled with the ruins of cenotaphs and old temples. Enjoy the picturesque vista of bird flights from the top of the fort in the evening. Golden triangle tour with Ranthambore is quite popular tour of the same genre.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Formerly the hunting ground of kings of Rewa, the park now houses the rich variety of flora and fauna. Bandhavgarh National Park is quite popular for its high density of Bengal Tigers.The national park proves to be the habitat of a rich variety of species of mammals, birds along with reptiles. Deer, Langur, Wild Boar, Indian bison, are some of the animals travelers can sight here. The place is believed to have a connection with Great Ramayana.
Kaziranga National Park
The UNESCO world heritage site, Kaziranga National Park is known for its high density of one-horned rhinoceros. Other wild members of Kaziranga Are the Elephants, leopards, tigers, swamp deer and water buffaloes. The national park apart from its rich diversity of fauna is quite notable for natural scenery too. A delight for all the nature lovers, it serves as one of the best spots to enjoy the lush greenery while embarking upon the wildlife safari in India.
Sundarbans National Park
The Marsh Forest is a UNESCO world heritage site. The forest also serves as a habitat for a huge number of Royal Bengal Tigers and deer. Tigers of the Sunderbans are known to be the man-eating tigers but their allure entices every wildlife lover from all around the world.Along with housing the abundance of flora, avifauna, reptile and marine life treasures, The National Park is the world’s largest Delta spreading In India and Bangladesh.
Kanha National Park
The National park is considered as one of the best Administered national parks in the Asian continent. Apart from being the state’s largest national park, the place also abodes the significant population of Royal Bengal tigers of India. The national park is associated with Project Tiger Reserve and work significantly in the direction. From the immense variety of flowering plants to several species of migratory birds, from hyena, leopard and black bull to swamp deer, also known as Jewel of Kanha, explore the rich biodiversity of India in Kanha National Park while Golden triangle tour with wildlife tour.
Whether a nature lover or a wildlife enthusiast, whether a photographer or an animal lover, a visit to wildlife sanctuaries of India in winter along with exploring the three cultural cities, will be the perfect duo to beat those chilly waves. While the temperature is lowering down, enjoy the warmth of spectacular Indian national parks with golden triangle with wildlife tour.
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