The Indian Wildlife
Tiger, Corbett National ParkThe wildlife of the Indian subcontinent has remained both mysterious and fascinating for nature lovers over the years. India, with its huge jungles and diversified ecosystems, is home to hundreds of species of wild animals including no less varieties of reptiles and birds. The tourists can enjoy an elephant safari or a jeep safari while having some close encounters with the wild animals like the Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion or the one-horned rhino. The thrill of being among the indian wild beasts in an Indian wildlife park is simply tempting. Getting up close with the Indian wildlife is a lifetime experience, which leaves indelible marks on the minds of visitors. Explore the wild jungles and forests of India and venture into the unexplored. Excite your senses by seeing a majestic tiger prowling in a jungle, or huge Indian elephants and rhinos stamping their way over the tall grass of a national park in India. See amazing animals and spot wild creatures and explore natural tracts inhabited by rare Indian birds. Feel the thrill of photographing a wild lion on the prowl or an endangered bird species. What makes this journey even more fascinating is that most Indian wildlife sanctuaries can be explored on elephant back as well as by jeeps. The experience will be livelier if you plan to live in a forest for a few days in a rest house or a tent waking in the midst of wilderness to the twittering of birds, or maybe the roar of a lion!
If you are a wildlife enthusiast and want to see wild animals in their natural habitat then India is a perfect place for you. Some of the major wild animals found in India are the Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Indian Elephant, one-horned rhino and leopard. Besides, there are a lot of rare bird species such as chestnut-crowned laughing thrush, red-billed blue magpie, black-headed jay, the long-tailed broadbill, ultramarine flycatcher and the blue-winged minla. Little wonder that the flora of the country has a diversity as stunning as its animals.
Wildlife Parks in India spread all over the country offer a fascinating diversity of wildlife, both in terms of flora and fauna. India has preserved vast tracts of forests and habitats in its 80 National Parks and 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries. Each National park is famous for its diverse wildlife population. Some of the major national parks of India are the Ranthambore national park, Bandhavgarh national park, Kaziranga national park, Corbett national park and the Kanha national park. One can enjoy safaris on the back of an elephant, from a boat or even a watch tower. Other popular wildlife sanctuaries include Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Dandeli wildlife sanctuary, Wild Ass wildlife sanctuary, Wayanad wildlife sanctuary, Sesangir wildlife sanctuary and the Periyar wildlife sanctuary