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With its diverse wildlife heritage, the potential for wildlife tourism in India is quite huge. India has close to 90 national parks and about 400 wildlife sanctuaries including the bird sanctuaries.

A paradise for the nature lovers, the dense forests of India are also crucial for the conversation of the endangered species like the Leopard, Lion, Asiatic Elephant, the Bengal tiger and Siberian Crane. The Indian wildlife parks are spread across the length and breadth of the country and each park provides unique experience for the traveler.

In parks and wildlife sanctuaries lying in the Himalayan region a traveler can find species such as elephant, deer, wild buffalo, porcupine and snow leopards. Several hundred species of birds can be spotted across India sub Himalayan regions such as the Corbett National Park one of the oldest inhabitant parks of India named after the famous hunter and wildlife conversationalist Jim Corbett. This park is located in Nainital district of Indian state of Uttarakhand and is home to some of the rare migratory birds. The wildlife park is the habitat of tigers, leopards, barking deer, sow deer, sambar deer, black buck, speckled deer, languor bear, Himalayan black bear, Indian gray mongoose, yellow-throated martens, ghoral (goat-antelopes), Indian pangolins, monkeys, langurs.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in the Indian state of Rajasthan in West India is famous to several species of migratory birds. The Dudhwa National Park in North India is the nature habitat of migratory birds like egrets, herons, storks and cormorants. Down South at the Andaman one can witness rare species of birds such as Nicobar Pigeon and Narcondum hornbill.

Ranthambhore National Park in West India is best known for its large tiger population. This Park is one of the best national parks in the country to spot a tiger. This tiger reserve also has thriving bird population with more than 270 different species of birds here.
Kaziranga National Park located in East India is home to two-thirds of a world’s one-horned Rhinoceroses.
Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha Tiger Reserve, Sariska Tiger Reserve, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Periyar Tiger Reserve, Sunderbans National Park, are among the many other famous wildlife destinations for the traveler.



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