India is a land of wonders and has many tourist attractions where you can visit and enjoy the beauty and prosperity of Indian culture and heritage. On the other hand, you can also take a look at the technological advancement of India in many cities especially the metropolitan areas. India is also famous for its Wildlife reserves and sanctuaries.
Wildlife tourism in India is increasing day by day because our country has a wide range of topological and geographical conditions. India is home for the thousand numbers of plants and animal species. The Indian subcontinent has some very beautiful landscapes and sceneries which are found in Jungles. Due to such a huge number of species of flora and fauna, India has become a great place for wildlife tourism and this industry is now generating lots and lots of taxes and revenues for the state.
Wildlife tourism welcomes a huge population with lots of respect and great services for the people around the globe. Forest departments are also working very hard to make tourist experiences memorable by attending people great respect and care.
Places to visit
Jim Corbett national park
Jim Corbett national park is situated in the mountainous regions of Nainital. Jim Corbett national park is famous for its tiger safari and even some lucky people can get a chance to see the white tiger in the park. There are a lot of things to do in this park such as tiger safari and visiting Corbett falls. As it is situated in the mountains, the park has breath-taking and beautiful landscapes.
Ranthambore national park
Ranthambore national park is in Rajasthan, India. This park served as a hunting ground for the Kings but now is a protected area. This park has some totally awesome places to visit such as padam talao and Raj bagh where you can see various structures and arches.
Sundarbans national park
This park is in west Bengal, near to Kolkata. It is a mangrove forest with mushy land and is extended to the neighboring country Bangladesh. Tiger trek is major attraction of the park. People believe that may be you have not seen a tiger but the tiger must have spotted you for sure. Crocodile Park is another attraction of this park.
Gir national park, Gujarat
Gir national park is famous for its mighty Asiatic lions. It also offers you boating and trekking. You can have the royal experience of Elephant safari. Gir national park is also the park of Gujarat tourism and it’s famous for its hospitality and service.
Bannerghatta Biological Park
Bannerghatta Biological Park is situated near Bangalore. It is an outstanding place where you can observe the combined beauty of an Elephant sanctuary, tiger reserve, zoo and a butterfly park. At this place you can also do boating along with taking view of beautiful landscapes.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga national park is famous for its great conservational efforts for wildlife. The major attraction at Kaziranga national park is one horned rhino. It also has a river flowing in the forest where you can do not just boating but can also see other wild animals.
Hemis National Park, Jammu Kashmir
Hemis is the highest national park located in India. It’s home for a large number of endangered species such as snow leopard, Tibetan wolf and red fox. This place is located in ladakh and one of the must-visit places in Jammu and Kashmir.
Nanda Devi national park, Uttarakhand
Nanda Devi national park is in the mountainous region of Uttarakhand and is home of Asiatic black bear, Himalayan musk deer and blue sheep. Here you can explore alpine valley and click photos of mesmerizing hilltops.
This park is named after Kanchenjunga and is a perfect display of nature’s reserves. This national park is famous for its red panda, musk deer, and snow leopard. Khangchendzonga national park is in dense forest region with many wildlife species and is indeed one of the most loved spots by the tourist.
Wildlife tourism is a great and amazing activity to do in India. Indian government takes good care of their tourists and has provided registered tour guides for the help of visitors so make sure before booking a tour guide for you.