Top 10 National Parks in India to Visit for Nature Lovers

National Parks in India are as diverse as our customs and cultures. India has a record number with the 3rd largest number of national parks in Asia, with 101 national parks operating in the world at this time. Although the majority of national parks in India are intended as reserves for endangered species, they also have a broad tourism reach.
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National Parks in India are as diverse as our customs and cultures. India has a record number with the 3rd largest number of national parks in Asia, with 101 national parks operating in the world at this time. Although the majority of national parks in India are intended as reserves for endangered species, they also have a broad tourism reach.

Here is a list of 10 National Parks in India That You Should Visit:

1. Gir National Park, Gujarat

Gir National Park, Gujarat

The only remaining home for Asiatic Lions in Gir National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary. It is closed each year between 16 June and 15 October, and April and May may be the perfect time to find wildlife.

Best Time To Visit: July to March

 

2. Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga National Park is situated in the state of Assam in north-eastern India and is home to the largest population of one-horned rhinos on earth. Kaziranga National Park received a UNESCO World Heritage Status in 1985 approximately 5 hours by road from Guwahati. Read complete details about Kaziranga National Park Here.

Best Time To Visit: October to June

 

3. Kanha National Park- The Land of Jungal Book, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park- The Land of Jungal Book

 

Kanha National Park is the largest national park in India and is one of the best parks in Asia situated in the central area of Madhya Pradesh. The royal Bengali tigers are one of the 22 species of large mammals. Via the book of Rudyard Kipling – The Jungle Book, the national park became popular across the world.

Best Time To Visit: October to June

 

4. Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

The Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India recognized as the Bengal Tiger Endangered House. It is one of the few tiger reserves in India which allows for overnight stays. Renowned for its wildlife safaris. It has a wide range of plants and fauna and is a delight for wildlife lovers and enthusiasts. Uncommon plants such as tigers.

Best Time To Visit: October to June

 

5. Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan

Ranthambore is one of the country’s most prominent tiger reserved, known for its “pleasant” tigers, and is relatively better than many other Indian tiger reserves. Ranthambore also has one of the richest flora and fauna in this region. The location is an asset for nature enthusiasts and is suitable for sightseeing excursions.

Best Time To Visit: October to April 

 

6. Sundarban National Park, West Bengal

Sundarban National Park, West Bengal

Sundarban National Park is considered to contain the world’s largest mangrove forests in West Bengal, India. It is also a reserve of Tiger and biosphere which gives the tourist right from ‘Royal Bengal tigers’ to rugged rivers and magnificent Estuary a complete natural circle.

Best Time To Visit: September to March

 

7. The Great Himalayan National Park, Himachal Pradesh

The Great Himalayan National Park

The Himachal Pradesh Great Himalayan National Park has four valleys known as the Sainj Valley, Tirthan Valley, and Parvati Valley. Both of them are renowned for their natural and picturesque elegance. Exotic flora and fauna species are in the park. In 1984 the park was established.

Best Time To Visit: October and November

 

8. The Silent Valley National Park, Tamil Nadu

The Silent Valley National Park

The national park of the Silent Valley is a popular place for nature and wildlife lovers in Kerala with its lush, green forests, and beautiful views of rich flora. This national park is really a spot to visit with its long, comprehensive history and the special status of Rain Forest.

Best Time To Visit: December and February; March and April 

 

9. Hemis National Park, Hemis

Hemis National Park, Hemis

This sanctuary is considered to be the highest in the world and the largest park in South Asia at an altitude ranging from 3,300 m to 6,000 m above sea level. The uncommon Snow Leopards are still living in it. Hemis National Park is situated in North India’s Ladakh area.

Best Time To Visit: May and September.

 

10. Wandoor Marine National Park, Andaman

Wandoor Marine National Park, Andaman

Wandoor National Park is a marine life conservation area located on the southwest coast of the Andaman Islands, 25 km far from Port Blair’s capital. The Park is a marine life conservation area.

Best Time To Visit: November to May

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