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Wildlife safari in India – 5 best safari destinations you must visit

Wildlife of India

India, the land of variety of flora and fauna has always enthralled people from different countries. Every year, numerous tourists visit India, for the impeccable wildlife destinations in India. For a wildlife getaway, far from the noise of the horns and tall concrete building, India is the perfect destination. There are more than 99 national parks, 40 tiger reserves and 450 wildlife sanctuaries where nestle wide variety of flora and fauna. Every nook and cornet of India embraces rich wildlife. Mentioned below are the top five places for an unforgettable wildlife safari.

Kaziranga national park

The one horned rhinoceros have attracted many people to the northeast part of the country. Kaziranga national park, situated in Assam, spread across 429.69 square kilometers has the largest population of one horned rhinoceros. Along with the giant rhinos, one can get a glimpse of elephants, bears, panthers and various other pretty birds.

Sunderban national park

Sunderban national park is located in West Bengal. The mangroves of the sunderban are famous for watching a tiger swimming in the water. Yes, if you have never heard of it, then it is the time to travel to the beautiful forest. The best time to visit the park in October to April as you can easily get a glimpse of the amphibian tigers.

Jim Corbett National Park

Tiger Safari in IndiaJim Corbett National Park always tops the list when it comes to jungle safari in India. It is the best destination far from the crowd, but near the capital. People who have ever thought of adding a safari trip to their wish list ensures to visit Jim Corbett. Known for the presence of magnificent striped royal Bengal tiger, the beautiful national park is visited by many domestic as well as international tourists. Other than tiger, one can come across tusker elephants, peacock, crocodile and many more. Safari booking in jim Corbett can be done online.

Ranthambore national park

Ranthambore national park is stretched across 1334 kilometers and known for the presence of tigers. Tigers are the main attractions, though one can even get glimpse of sloth bears, wild boars, sambar, and many more other species. Many wildlife photographers come from different corners of the world to get beautiful pictures of tigers resting in their natural habitat.

Gir national park

Gir national park is one of the most well known national parks and home to the populace of Asiatic Lions. Along with the lions, the park inhabits 32 species of mammals, 300 species of birds and 26 species of reptiles. Hence, it is bestowed with rich biodiversity and responsible for increasing number of visitors in the park. The best time to visit the national park is from October to May.

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Tips for a Successful Wildlife Safari in National Parks

Wildlife Safari in the core area of the national parks is always a relaxed and fun activity and it proves to be one of the best holiday ideas you can ever have. It is not only adventurous and thrilling but educational as well. Hard core wildlife lovers and researchers frequently go for these exciting activities. In order to make sure you avail the best out of this experience, take a look at a few things check here. It should keep your mind alive and fresh while going on a wildlife safari.

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Wildlife Safari Tip 

Respect Wildlife: Do not get down from the vehicle under any circumstances until and unless your guide gives you permission. It becomes tempting to capture that perfect photo. You will be best advised to adjust your camera to reach there. Do not disturb the wildlife and keep your voice at a low pitch and excitement level under control. Please remember that you are not in your own territory and animals have a better sense of smell than us humans!

Stay Safe and within your boundaries: Stay well within your confined limits at all times. Do not try to walk around the core area of the national park and even at the entry gates of the park. You need to be careful of wild animals.

There’s also animal spotting etiquette: While the guide and driver do their very best to help you tick off every animal on your wish list, it doesn’t always happen. So keep patient and remember that these wildlife parks and game reserves are vast and provide enough camouflage to the animals. Additionally, please bear in mind that others also have their wish lists!

Keep Those Gadgets Away: If you must carry your cell phone (the chances of getting a good signal are weak!), keep it in silent mode. Same goes for your camera and any other electronic device you might be carrying. The constant beeping can disturb animals and annoy your co-passengers. The only sound anyone would want to hear is those of animals and birds.

Pack Wisely: It’s okay to leave some books behind. You are on a wildlife safari after all, and not in an examination hall!! Pack light and keep only the essentials like binoculars, hat, sunscreen and a pair of sunglasses.

Dress smartly and modestly: You could experiment with colors other than khaki but try to wear clothes that are not too flashy or bright. Go for comfortable cottons that you don’t mind getting some dust on. Remember to layer up as per the weather condition.

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