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National Parks and Wildlife in India

India's vast terrain is home to a great deal of exotic wildlife, including regal tigers and majestic elephants. The scenic wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India are popular tourist destinations, and must be seen to be appreciated.

Where to View Wildlife at India's Top 5 National Parks
There are over 80 national parks in India, spread all over the country. Some are larger and more accessible then others. Many visitors come to India wanting to see the infamous tiger. The chance of spotting a tiger greatly depends on the size of the national park and the number of tigers, and is higher at some parks than others. These five parks...

Top 5 India Wildlife Parks
Wanting to see wildlife in India? These parks and sanctuaries are the best places to go to for a visual treat of tigers, lions, elephants, rhinoceros, birds, and even wild ass!

National Park Vacation Planner - Well Known National Parks in India
Planning a jungle vacation? Find out where India's largest and most well known national parks are here.

Are Jungle Safaris in India Overrated?
If you're expecting to see lots of wild animals on an Indian jungle safari, you may very well be disappointed.

Corbett National Park Photos
Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India, and also one of the largest. These photos of Corbett National Park show its natural beauty.

Wild Ass Sanctuary Travel Guide - Little Rann of Kutch
Planning on visiting the Wild Ass Sanctuary in the Little Rann of Kutch? Find out all you need to organize your trip in this guide.

Gir National Park Travel Guide
Gir National Park attracts droves of visitors to see the Asiatic lion in the wild, as it's the only place in the world where these creatures are now found. Once almost hunted to extinction, numbers have recovered well due to conservation efforts.

Kaziranga National Park Travel Guide
Planning on visiting Kaziranga National Park in Assam, India, to spot the prehistoric looking one-horned rhinoceros? Find out all the information you need to organize your trip.

Review of Sanjay Gandhi National Park Mumbai
The Sanjay Gandhi National Park may not be as large or exotic as some of the other national parks in India, but its accessibility makes it very appealing. It's the only protected forest to be located within the limits of a city. To find tranquility amidst teeming Mumbai, this is the place to come!

Sunderbans National Park Travel Guide
The Sunderbans is a magnificent tangle of mangrove jungle that's the only one of its kind in the world. It's spread over 54 islands and extends into neighboring Bangladesh.

Bandhavgarh National Park Travel Guide
Bandhavgarh is relatively difficult to reach but it's the best place to see tigers in India.

Kanha National Park Travel Guide
Kanha National Park has the honor of providing the setting for Rudyard Kiplings classic novel, The Jungle Book. The park is well regarded for its research and conservation programs, and many endangered species have been saved there.

Nagarhole National Park Travel Guide
Nagarhole offers the opportunity to see elephants close up in their natural habitat, and its not unusual to see herds of elephants on the river bank.

Ranthambore National Park Travel Guide
Ranthambore National Park is very popular due to its proximity to Delhi and the fact that tigers are relatively easy to spot there.

Periyar National Park Travel Guide
Periyar National Park in Kerala is an excellent place for visitors to explore on a boat trip, as well as to go trekking. In addition, it’s one of the few national parks in India to remain open during the monsoon. Elephants are one of the main attractions at Periyar.

5 Best Ranthambore Hotels for All Budgets
Choosing a Ranthambore hotel can be difficult. There are all kinds of properties in the area, ranging from resorts with luxury tents to wilderness retreats and farm stays. This article reveals five of the best hotels for all budgets.

Pichavaram Mangrove Forest Travel Guide
Planning on visiting Pichavaram mangrove forest in India? Find out what you need to know before you go in this article.

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