Indian Wild Life

India National Parks

Sasan Gir National Park

Intro: Next to Africa, Sasan Gir National Park is the second of the only two wildlife destinations worldwide where one can observe the lions roaming like the kings in their majestic empire. Situated near Junagarh District of Gujarat, Gir National Park is home to many Asiatic lions along with leopards… View Detail

Ranthambhore National Park

Intro: Ranthambhore National Park isthe previous princely game conserve that is now renown as the best location to see the Indian Tiger. Situated near the Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan, attracts a great number of tourists, wildlife lovers and photographers who are eager to capture the glimpse of this strong,… View Detail

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary

Intro: Located in a bewilderingly beautiful natural sphere, Periyar National Park is a unique illustration of preserving the rich biodiversity. The well known park in the south Indian peninsula is set high in the Western Ghat range. It has gained the worldwide reputation as the most protected reserve for tigers… View Detail

Pench National Park

Intro: Located on the boundary of Chindwara and Seoni district of Madhya Pradesh, Pench National Park is globally known for its panoramic beauty and natural abundance. Named after Pench river that flows through the center of the Park and divides it in two parts, this national park is one of… View Detail

Nagarhol National Park

Intro: Named after Nagarhole or the Cobra river, Nagarhole national park is located in Mysore and Kodagu district of the state Karnataka and is renowned as the finest tiger turf in the country as well as an ideal place for Asiatic elephants. This park was introduced as a game reserve… View Detail

Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctury

An intro: Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary or the Ghana National Park is a proud natural biodiversity hub that is renowned as one of the world’s finest bird sanctuaries. The park provides the safe harbor for hundreds of waterbirds and waterside birds, indigenous as well as migratory, and is a protective habitat… View Detail

Kaziranga National Park

Intro: Kaziranga National park is a unique wildlife destination to experience the pristine form of nature in many hues. Here one can witness the fearless wildlife, a perfect combination of man and the nature, and a successful human effort to preserve and nurture the nature. It is a beautiful natural… View Detail

Kanha national park

Intro: Situated at the heart of India, Kanha National park has been declared among one of the finest wildlife reserves in the world. Nested in the Maikal range of Satpura mountains in Madhya Pradesh and spreading in two districts of Mandala and Kalaghat, this national park is India’s second  tiger… View Detail

Jim Corbett National Park

An intro: A paradise for the eco-travelers, Jim Corbett National park is mesmerizing  wildlife getaway situated at the foothills of the great Himalayas. To protect the endangered species of Bengal Tiger, Jim Corbett national park was established in 1936. Formerly known as Hailey National park, it is also the oldest… View Detail

Bandipur National Park

As the part of the strategy for conserving the natural diversity and abundance by the government of India,Bandipur National Park was formed as one of the richest wildlife areas in the country. Also known as Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, the park is situated at between Eastern and Western Ghats. This location… View Detail

Bandhavgarh National Park

One of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in India, Bandhavgarh is located in the state Madhhya Pradesh, 197 km away from Jabalpur district headquarter.  Deriving the name from an ancient fort is the area this park belongs to the Vindhyan mountain range and is home for the highest density of tiger… View Detail