In Northern India
Parks In North India
Bandhavgarh National Park is located
around 195 km off Jabalpur and 210 km off Khajuraho in Madhya
Pradesh. Considered as the crown in the wildlife heritage of Madhya
Pradesh, Bandhavgarh is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers, cheetals,
leopard, gaur, sambhar, and many more faunal species. Bandhavgarh
National Park is nestled in the Vindhya mountain range of Central
India full of hills and reverines.
Jim Corbett National Park was India's
first national park, located near Nainital in the state of
Uttaranchal. It was established as a national park in 1936 under the
United Provinces National Parks Act of India.
Ranthambore National Park is part of the
much larger Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, and lies in the Sawai
Madhopur district of Eastern Rajasthan, a state in Northwestern
India. Ranthambore is one of India's most popular national parks
because the chance of seeing a tiger in the wild, is greater here.
Ranthambore is an important conservation area for Indian Wildlife.
Kaziranga National park lies on the
south bank of the Brahmaputra and its boundary for the most part
follows the Mora Diphlu river and runs parallel to National highway
No.37. The predominant vegetation is a mixture of tall grasslands
and riverine forests. There are many marshes, interconnecting
streams and ox-bow lakes, known locally as 'bheels' or 'bils'.
Established in 1996 on the edge of the
Dehradun valley is Rajaji National Park, covering an area of approx
820sq.kms. The wildlife here includes elephant, tiger, panther,
bear, chital, sambar, wild boar, kakar, python, monitor lizard and a
large variety of avian fauna. You find many opportunities of viewing
these animals in their natural habitat here.
The Sultanpur National Park is located
in the Indian state of Haryana at a distance of 45 km from Delhi,
the national capital. The park extends from latitude 28°37' in
the North to longitude 77°04' in the east. It is well connected
by roads with Delhi and Gurgaon, the district headquarters.
Sanctuaries In North India
Keoladeo Ghana National Park or
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary as it is more commonly known as, is a
wonder of the natural world as the Taj Mahal is to the human world.
Over 350 species of birds can be seen in this 29 sq km park, with a
third of them being migrants, many of whom have made this park their
Sariska Tiger Reserve lies in the
Alwar district of the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is a prime a
tiger country. The forest is typical dry deciduous, dramatically
changing with the change in season. The terrain is undulating -
plateaus and wide valleys. Besides tiger, herbivores like spotted
deer, sambar and blu bull are commonly seen and found in a good
density at Sariska.
National Park & Sanctuary
The lion continues to be
an important part of Indian Wildlife and is preserved in the Gir
National Park, in Gujarat, India. The Gir National Park, the home of
the Asiatic lion is located among the low, undulating and
excellently irrigated hills in the Junagadh district of Gujarat in
|Recommended Tour Itineraries
Duration : 15 Nights/ 16 Days
Covered : Delhi - Sawai Madhopur - Rathambore National Park -
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary - Agra - Umaria - Bandhavgarh National Park
- Kanha National Park - Nagpur -Delhi - Corbett National Park -
& Tiger Tours
Duration : 15 Days / 14 Nights
Covered : Delhi - Jaipur - Ranthambore - Bharatpur - Fatehpur Sikri
- Agra - Umaria - Bandhavgarh - Khajuraho - Varanasi - Delhi
Tours to North India
Duration : 16 Days / 15
Destination Covered : Delhi - Corbet - Ranthambore -
Bharatpur - Agra - Jhansi - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh - Kanha - Nagpur