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Wildlife Safari in India
An Indian Wildlife safari offers you chance to explore the huge land that is home to a large number of animals includes 550 mammals, 30,000 insects and 2000 species and sub-species of birds, with over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians including the deadly king cobras, pythons, crocodiles and monitor lizards. Every state in India has a wildlife sanctuary or a bio reserve that offers a sanctuary to a variety of wildlife that would otherwise find it very difficult to exist in the face of all the modern day urbanization. Indian wildlife offers you ample opportunity to discover natural wonders.

India is the land of dense forests, desert, grasslands, mountains, brooks, rivers, alpine forests, and plains is rich in fauna and flora. India has a prosperity of about 80 National Parks and 441 sanctuaries. Many of the wildlife sanctuaries and a few national parks have been established in erstwhile private hunting reserves of the British Raj and Indian aristocracy. A wildlife safari to any of the national parks or wildlife sanctuaries in India promises to be joyful and fun filled. The ideal wildlife safari destinations in India during the summer and monsoon months are Bandipur National Park in Mysore, Kanha National Park and Shivpuri Wildlife Sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh, India, Mudumalai National Park in Tamil Nadu and the Corbett National Park located in Uttar Pradesh, India. A wildlife safari to the Manas Wildlife Sanctuary and Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary in Assam, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala and the Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan, India during the winter months can be also very fruitful experience.

There are some famous wildlife sanctuaries listed below:

Bandhavgarh - The Jungle Book Comes to Life.

Ranthambore - Renowned for its tigers and forest-clad Rajput ruins.

Kaziranga - Where lush jungles host herds of wild elephants, Indian rhinos, and acrobatic gibbons.

Kanha - Which is packed out with herds of deer and an abundance of predators - leopard, jackal, and tiger? Your opportunities of seeing tigers on this trip are superb since this is the best time of year for wildlife viewing.