Written By

Sagar Singh

India's oldest national park, renowned for Bengal tigers, elephants, and diverse birdlife, set against the scenic backdrop of the Himalayan foothills. 

1. Jim Corbett National Park - Uttarakhand 

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to the one-horned rhinoceros and various wildlife species, sheltered in the unique ecosystem of Assam's grasslands and wetlands. 

2. Kaziranga National Park - Assam 

Rich history meets wildlife spectacle, where Ranthambore Fort forms an impressive backdrop to the park's population of tigers, leopards, and other fauna. 

3. Ranthambore National Park - Rajasthan 

A unique mangrove forest and river delta sanctuary, sheltering Bengal tigers and saltwater crocodiles in the elusive wilderness of the Sunderbans. 

4. Sunderbans National Park - West Bengal 

Inspiring Kipling's "The Jungle Book," this park's lush forests and grasslands offer sightings of tigers, leopards, and the enchanting barasingha deer. 

5. Kanha National Park - Madhya Pradesh 

Part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Bandipur's diverse terrain harbors tigers, elephants, gaurs, and a rich variety of avian inhabitants. 

6. Bandipur National Park - Karnataka 

Amidst Kerala's Cardamom Hills, Periyar's scenic lake hosts wild elephants, sambar deer, and a vibrant birdlife, making it a nature lover's delight. 

7. Periyar National Park - Kerala 

A premier tiger reserve in Maharashtra, teak forests and open grasslands here offer sightings of tigers, leopards, and wild dogs. 

8. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve - Maharashtra

Home to the rare Asiatic lions, Gir is a vital sanctuary for these big cats, alongside leopards, chitals, and crocodiles in the Gujarat wilderness. 

9. Gir National Park - Gujarat 

In the high-altitude landscapes of Ladakh, Hemis is a haven for the elusive snow leopard, ibex, Tibetan wolf, and diverse bird species. 

10. Hemis National Park - Ladakh, Jammu, and Kashmir 

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