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Wildlife Sanctuaries To Visit In India During Winter
Native Planet | 8th Oct, 2019 09:06 PM
  • Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

    It has a high density of Bengal tigers and is home to as many as 45 species of animals and 250 species of birds. Bandhavgarh National Park was a hunting ground for the Maharajas. Langur, deer, barking deer, wild boar, Indian bison, and sambar are a part of the wildlife of this national park. Besides wildlife, Bandhavgarh National Park is also known to have connections with the great Hindu epic, Ramayana, and the Tigers. Thus, making it one of the most visited wildlife sanctuaries in India.


  • Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur, Rajasthan

    Formerly famed as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, this national park is refuge to 364 species of birds. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site; hence, it attracts tourists from across the world. Many wildlife photographers and ornithologists visit this national park to study the behavior of rare migratory birds. Migratory birds such as Siberian Crane flock here during cold months. Thus, winter is an ideal time to visit the park.


  • Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

    Renowned for Bengal tigers, the Jim Corbett National Park is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. A total of 300 Wild elephants and 200 tigers roam around the national park with other rare species of animals and birds. Not only does it display a wide range of animals and birds, but it is also home to hidden leafy treasures boasting 488 species of plants. Established in the year 1936, the Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national of India.


  • Ranthambore National Park, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan

    With a perfect blend of untouched nature, rare wildlife, and history, Ranthambore National Park is an ideal place for wildlife photographers and history buffs. The national park also boasts a handful number of tigers. Ranthambore National Park was once a hunting reserve of the Maharajas. Apart from its stunning sanctuary, it is also home to 10th century Ranthambore fort, ruins of Chhatris, and an archaic temple.


  • Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

    Surrounded by dry as well as moist deciduous forest, Bandipur National Park is home to conventional along with rare exotic birds and animals. The River kabini acts as a water source for the wildlife. Consequently, attracting wildlife in large numbers several times a day and therefore making it an excellent place for wildlife photographers and thrill-seekers to go on a safari and experience the magic of nature and wilderness. Bandipur National Park is one of the most sought after wildlife sanctuaries, and a popular tourists place to visit in India during winter.


  • Kaziranga National Park, Assam

    It is a proud owner of 2/3rd of the world's population of the great one-horned Rhinoceros. Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in India. The park is counted as one of the ten wildlife sanctuaries to visit in India during winter due to its natural scenery. The Sanctuary was founded way back in the year 1905 and became a part of the Tiger Reserve in the year 2006. If you are planning a trip to northeast India, don't forget to add this park to your itinerary.


  • Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal

    A UNESCO World Heritage site, Sundarbans National Park, is a swamp forest with various water-bodies. The park is famous for being home to a considerable number of Royal Bengal tigers and spotted deer. The tigers here are known to be man-eating tigers, but their allure pulls animal lovers from far- off lands. The national park is also rich in its flora, avifaunal, reptiles, and marine life treasures.


  • Gir National Park, Gujarat

    Gir National Park is the only place where the endangered Asiatic lions and Ass are spotted. Close to popular destinations like Somnath and Junagadh, the park was the former hunting grounds of the Nawabs of Junagadh. Counted as one of the top wildlife destinations to visit in India in winter, the park owns a rich animal treasure. Three hundred avifauna species, 38 species of mammals, 37 kinds of reptiles, and more than 2000 insect species dwell here.


  • Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

    Ideal for spotting the Royal Bengal Tigers, Kanha National Park is the state's largest national park and also the best administered one in Asia. Due to housing a vast population of the 'Big Cats,' the park is a part of Project Tiger. The park has more than 1000 kinds of flowering plants. Thus, it one of the best places to visit in India for nature lovers.


  • Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh

    Home to the elusive leopards in good numbers, Pench National Park also houses more than 285 residents and migratory birds. The avifauna species in the park also includes four endangered species of vultures. The national park is so fascinating that it has served as an inspiration behind the famous Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.




India is a proud owner of 200 wildlife sanctuaries. And it has always been and will forever remain as one of the best biodiversity hotspots in the world. The inception of winter further enriches the prevailing experience as the weather across the country takes a dip. Thus, encouraging a large number of wildlife photographers and nature lovers to make the most of their surroundings.

Rare and exotic animals get out of their secret shelters to bask in the wintry sun. An infinite number of birds shoot up to the sky to embrace the warm breeze and abundant sun rays. Overall, these wildlife sanctuaries in India act as a sensuous treat for people from all walks of life.

Here are a few must-visit wildlife sanctuaries in India during winter:

   
 
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