The diverse and vast country of India is also renowned for wildlife tourism offering ample opportunities for exploring rich flora and fauna. There are many famous wildlife sanctuaries, national parks and tiger reserves in northern India which are visited by a large number of domestic & international tourists each year. Jungle tourism in northern India will provide you a brilliant opportunity to explore rich flora and fauna. Check out these famous tiger reserves during your wildlife tours in northern India.
Jim Corbett National Park
Located in Indian state of Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is India’s first national park & tiger reserve. It is deemed as one of the finest tiger reserves in the country. It is home to good population of royal Bengal tigers. Exploring the jungle of Corbett will provide you a golden opportunity to spot royal Bengal tigers in their natural habitats roaming freely here and there. The park has been a favorite spot for nature lovers, wild animal lovers and wildlife adventure enthusiasts. The park is home to about 50 species of mammals. Major animals found at this park include tigers, leopards, leopard cats, jungle cats, fishing cats, barking deer, hog deer, spotted deer, sambar deer, sloth bear, Himalayan black bear, Indian grey mongoose, otters, goat-antelopes, Indian pangolins, monkeys, langurs, elephants, etc. The park is also home to over 585 species of resident and migratory birds. Thus it is also an excellent place for birding. There are also total 488 different species of plants in this park. In general, Corbett is just a right place for wildlife tourism and tiger tours in India.
Ranthambore National Park
Located in Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is one of the finest tiger reserves in India. It is the most sought after destinations for tiger tours in India. It has good population and density of royal Bengal tigers. Here tigers can be easily spotted even during the day time. Hence it has emerged as the most sought after destination for India tiger safari. Other animals found in this tiger reserve include leopards, wild dogs (dhole), wild boar, nilgai, hyena, sambar, deer, sloth bear, spotted deer (chital), etc. The park is also home to different species of birds, reptiles, trees and plants. It is also site for India’s second largest banyan tree. Historic Ranthambore Fort is also attraction for tourists. Jeep safari is the most recommended way to explore the jungle of Ranthambore.
Sariska Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan and Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in Uttar Pradesh are also popular among wildlife enthusiast.
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