India is a perfect tourist destination. If you are a travel maniac, you can easily relate to the kind of solace it gives you while travelling to far off places away from your homes. Really, there are so many beautiful destinations in the country which are very mesmerizing. Besides, the wonderful destinations, let’s race our horse to the rich and flourish biodiversity of our country. Travel becomes more enriched and cheering with 166 national parks in our country.

And travelling to these national parks is surely going to make you cherish throughout your life:

1. Gir National Park, Gujarat

This is the only national park for being the sole place for Asiatic Lions. The entire Saurashtra Region of the Gir Forest is inhabited by 523 Lions and more than 300 Leopards. Besides, asiatic lions there are many other species of reptiles, animals and birds which can be found in the Gir National Park. You can watch here a good variety of wildlife in just 20 to 30 minutes tour including Asiatic Lion. The sanctuary offers a good opportunity for visitors to experience a rustic beauty and wilderness of the area and is open for tourism from 16th October to 15th June every year.

2. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park is the heart of Madhya Pradesh and is one of the tiger reserves of India. It is a home to over 1000 species of flowering plants and houses various species of birds, tiger, leopard, sloth bear and nilgai. The interesting fact about this national park is that it was an inspiration to Rudyard Kipling’s “Jungle Book”. Best time to visit Kanha is between October and June.

3. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Now, if you are planning a holiday in Rajasthan and Jaipur. Then, your tour is incomplete without offering a visit to one of the largest National park in North India i.e. Ranthambore National Park. Known for its Royal Bengal tiger, the place used to be the hunting grounds of Maharajas. The park is made up of ten zones where each zone comprises different tigers and their offspring.

4. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

It’s the oldest national park in India and was named after Jim Corbett who played a key role in the establishment of the National Park. The national park is a home to over 600 species of birds and reptiles. If you are able to spot a Bengal tiger, then it will be one of the most amazing moment of your life.

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