Four Amazing But Lesser Known Wildlife Parks to Explore in India

Four Amazing But Lesser Known Wildlife Parks to Explore in India

Counted among the most visited countries in the world, India, which is blessed with a great number of points of interest, is also home to amazing wildlife.

Having the diversity of flora and fauna, this charming nation is home to several national parks and wildlife sanctuaries.

 

Amazing Wildlife Places to Explore in India

Here, I describe some of the amazing wildlife spots to explore in India. 

Nagarhole National Park, Karnataka

Located in the foothills of the Western Ghats, the Nagarhole National Park, which shelters a healthy tiger predator ratio with a great number of tigers, bison and Indian elephants, is regarded as one of the most frequented national parks in the southern part of India. Also known as the Rajiv Gandhi National Park, this wonderful national park, which is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, is endowed with a rich forest covering waterfalls, hills, small streams, and valleys. In future, this amazing national park has the possibility to be listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

 

Guindy National Park, Tamil Nadu

Slated as being the 8th smallest national park of India, the Guindy National Park, a protected region of South India, is located in Chennai, the capital city of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Regarded as one of the most preferred national parks in South India, this amazing national park, which takes pride of being one of the few national parks in a city. It is an extension of the Raj Bhawan grounds, formerly known as the ‘Guindy Lodge’, the official residence of the Governor of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

 

Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

Having the status of a tiger reserve forest in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, the Bandipur National Park, which is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve – the largest conserved area in South India, is famous for its wonderful wildlife and many types of deciduous forests and biomes. This amazing national park, which is also a wildlife sanctuary, is famous for its timber tree variety such as teak, rosewood, sandalwood, and clumping bamboo.

 

Eravikulam National Park, Kerala

Located along the Western Ghats in the Idukki district of the southern Indian state of Kerala, the Eravikulam National Park, which is regarded as one of the most preferred wildlife destinations of India, is a wildlife park and wild forest. Having the possibility of being listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in future, this wonderful national park is enriched with 132 species of birds, 26 species of mammals, and 19 species of amphibians.

 

It can be clearly said that the national parks of India mentioned above are perfect for taking a fine glimpse of amazing wildlife in India.

If you are willing to pay a visit to any of these wonderful national parks, you can book a Wildlife Tour.