Meeting with Wild Beasts- Forest Safari

Ranthambhore Tiger park
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Do you love adventure while traveling? If so, then you must love an adventure packed forest safari. I know, in this hot and humid Indian summer a hill station is the most common holiday destination, but not all of us is a huge fan of those currently crowded hill stations. And for us, here is a great alternative of hill stations, a good adventure packed forest safari. In a forest safari, you can come close to nature, feel its freshness and at the same time can enjoy the company of wildlife. Here, I am going to share with you seven top forests ideal for a safari.

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand

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India’s oldest national park famous for its adventure packed safaris. Though it is now difficult to spot a tiger inside the park like old days; however, you can see wild elephants here. It is one of those rare national parks in India where you can spot a wild elephant. A jeep safari here is worth to mention.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

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If you are a tiger lover then it is the ideal place for you. Spreading over 940 sq. Km, Kanha National Park is famous for the large population of royal Bengal tiger, leopard, and the Indian wild dog. One of the biggest advantages here is, you can go deep inside this vast forest and right into its huge core area to see the wild beasts. 

Sunderbans National Park, West Bengal

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Famous for royal Bengal tiger, Sunderbans is a place where you can also enjoy some uncommon flora and fauna. You can feel the adventurous daily life of the largest delta once you stayed here. A canoes safari will be the most talked topic among adventure lovers.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh 

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The national park celebrating the largest population of the tiger is a place of tourist attraction. You can take an elephant safari in this forest to feel the adventure. Additional tourist attraction here is the Tala village, which has a number of good accommodations that suit all budgets.

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

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Kaziranga, a world heritage site is famous for its two-third of the world’s Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros population. It is also home for numerous elephants, wild buffalos, monitor lizards, and water birds. A private jeep safari or an elephant ride is the options to visit this forest.

Gir Forest National Park, Gujarat

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The Gir wildlife sanctuary is home to the endangered wild Asian lions. However, you can’t spot a tiger here because there is no one. Other than lions, the second most common hunter found in the forest is the leopard. A jeep safari is your option to meet the wild beasts.

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

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Not only famous for its tigers but Ranthambore National Park is also well-known for its beautiful ruins that surround the park. Coming to the tiger, it is the place where you can spot a tiger even at day time. The 1,334 sq. km park is also home for other wild animals. A safari can offer you a glimpse of them.

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  1. Thanks, really good overview of wildlife tourism in India. Some of the places I knew (Ranthambore) and some others I heard for the first time.

    Best wishes
    Julius

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