Everything about Ten National Parks in Indian State

Ten National Parks in Indian State

Parks are always a place to relax and rest for us. However, these parks can be home to so many wild animals and birds are just sometimes unknown to us. Therefore, our Indian Government has reserved some parks known as National parks for these wild animals to survive and thrive.

These National Parks are well protected and reserved only for these animals. They happily stay here and enjoy to the fullest. It is fully taken care of that these forests are well guarded and the animals do not face any threat that might ruin their life.

Let’s look into such 10 forests in the Indian States:

1. Corbett National Park:   

Corbett National Park is in Uttarakhand. This National Park is formerly called “Hailey National Park”. Tiger’s best house this National Park. If you love adventure then you must visit Corbett National Park.

2. Kaziranga National Park:

This National Park is situated in Assam and the UNESCO protects it. This National Park is home to the one-horned marvelous animal the Rhinoceros. Other than Rhinoceros, it is also home to the ferocious tigers.

3. Ranthambore National Park:

This is one of the Royal National Parks in India and it’s massively beautiful. Along with tigers, you can see many other wild animals surviving here.

4. Periyar National Park:

This National Park is situated in Kerela and it is one of the most suitable and beautiful parks in India. This park also has an artificial lake flowing through it. It enhances the beauty of the forest all the more.

5. Gir Wildlife Sanctuary:

This wildlife Sanctuary is in Gujarat and the beauty that it shows off is massive. Moreover, this place is the only loyal household for the Asiatic Lions.

6. Kanha National Park:

This National Park is situated in Madya Pradesh. This National park was established in 1955. This National Forest has a reputation for saving the almost extinct Swamp deers.

7. Sundarbans National Park:

Sundarban National Park is situated in West Bengal. This is one of the most beautiful National Parks and is home to the Royal Bengal Tigers. People visiting Sundarbans love to see these tigers roaming about.

8. Mudumalai National Park:

It is located in one of the most beautiful destinations of India Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu. It is the earliest statuary in India and one of the most beautiful places for tigers to live in.

9. Bandipur National Park:

It is in Karnataka and is the best home for the wild tigers. It is spread over a lot of area covering about 865 km.

10. Bandhavgarh National Park:

One of the best in Maharastra and then you will love to know that the Maharajas loved to hunt in here. We are sure you would love to visit it once. So, these are those 10 best National parts that you must visit while in India.

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