National Park In India
Bandhavgarh National Park – National Parks In India
Bandhavgarh National Park is a strange land. Flowing through a vibrant and luxuriant Sal Jungle, the wind murmurs the [Bandhavgarh Fort, Bandhavgarh National Park] songs of nature in the voice of silence. It seems to be quiet yet vibrant. Leaves rustle! Water trickles! Grasses stop to move! Even the wind pauses to hold its breath and watch the drama unfold! Then all of a sudden the Jungle springs to life! Langurs groan. Deers call, and you hear approaching crushing of dry leaves by something big, behold the King is here. A one time hunting grounds of Maharaja of Rewa, it is today also a hunting ground for the Tigers who roam fearlessly in this Sal and bamboo forest. A touch of history, a taste of rawness, this park gives much more than you anticipate from it. While Tigers reign supreme here, it is home to over 250 species of birds, Sloth Bears, Indian Gaur, Leopards, Langurs, Deer family, Jackals, and sometimes spotted Dholes, one thing assured is that you will never come back disappointed from Bandhavgarh.
Kanha National Park – National Parks In India
The experts have predicted, that if ever Tiger faces extinction, Kanha will be amongst the last strong foothold of Tigers. What is it about Kanha that makes it a perfect place for Tigers? To beginwith evergreen forest, lot of undergrowth that provides ambush. The rolling grasslands and meandering streams provide food for herbivores. If the prey has food, then it stays put, and the Predators follows. This 940 sq km of paradise is home to many Tigers, Leopards, Indian Gaur, Deers, Monkeys, Dholes, Jackals, voer 300 species of birds. Ccompared to many other parks, i (Sharad Vats) personally feel that tourism is well managed by the forest department of Kanha. If you are looking at a quality experience then this is a must visit park. The weather in Kanha is something you do not expect from a central Indian park. It will surprise you in peak of summers, the mornings will be nippy, and days pleasant under shade of a tree. The tall Sal trees do not allow the sun to touch the ground in a hurry.
Pench National Park – National Parks In India
Pench National Park, a teak forest, located in states of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, is named after the river Pench which divides the park into two. This park shot into prominence when tourism increased in this forest from 2002. Primarily a teak forest this park sees amalgamation of four different hill ranges. Currently a legendary Tigress, named Collarwali, is the heart-throb of Pench. This park also has a very healthy corridor with Kanha National Park. Infact there have been records of Tigers moving from Kanha to Pench, which is about 200kms. There is a healthy population of Tigers in Pench. It is also home to Leopards, Sloth Bears, Indian Gaur, Wild Dogs, Sambars, Langurs, and over 300 species of birds. Visit to the Pench reservoir is a must while doing a safari. Park is good with sightings of Leopards and Dholes (Indian Wild Dogs). Good time to visit is October till April. Infact this park is combined well with Kanha, Tadoba, and Nagzira for a Central Indian Tiger tour.
Tadoba National Park – National Parks In India
Surprisingly less featured in India wildlife tours, Tadoba National Park is a stupendous destination on the adventure trail of exploring the very regal Bengal tiger. Tadoba wildlife safari through Tadoba Tiger Reserve is a spellbinding activity that can leave you completely mesmerized. If you don’t’ get to see the glorious creature at any other tiger reserve in India, Tadoba National Park can easily fulfil your desire.
Ranthambore National Park – National Parks In India
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and National Park, from being a royal game sanctuary to a national wildlife reserve, has been iconic in preserving the imperial magnificence of Rajasthan. Located in the state’s Sawai Madhopur District, the park is home to fascinating Bengal tigers. However, the park is a treasure of many more attractions which unfold on a wonderful Ranthambore tiger safari trip. While Ranthambore wildlife is the main reason for being here, the added highlights would compel you for repeated visits.
Kaziranga National Park – National Parks In India
Kaziranga; is home two-third of world’s one horned Rhino population. A very successful conservation programme has ensured a population of about 2400 Rhinos in this park. It is also the highest Tiger density park, with over 110 Tigers last counted. Kaziranga is the only park outside Africa which has breeding population of many species of cats, like, Tigers, Leopards, Leoprad Cat, Jungle Cat, and Fishing Cat. Declared as World Heritage Site in 1974, it is also a very Important Bird Area. A healthy population of Asian Elephants, Water Buffaloes, Eastern Swamp Deers. Nine of the 14 primate species are found here including the rare Golden Langur, and the only Ape in India the Hoolock Gibbon is in this park. Protecting such bio-diversity is a huge challenge, and nature does not assist. With the massive Brahmaputra passing through the forest Kaziranga gets flooded every year, thus losing lot of wildlife as well.