Do you love mountain? Or sea? Or maybe forests? Whatever your choice is, India is a country that has one or place for each of your choices. Along the northern part of our country, there stands great Himalaya, the southern part is blessed by Bay-of-Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean. And for the forest zone, the country has more than 400 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. So, it is a great experience to enjoy a wildlife safari in the great Indian national parks and meet giant animals and big flying beauties.
Here are top 3 national parks where you can take a tour during summer days.
Velavadar Blackbuck National Park
Located at the west coast of Gulf of Cambay in Gujarat and stretched over 34.52 sq. km area Velavadar Blackbuck National Park is a paradise for birds and animals. Velavadar Wildlife Park was formerly private grassland of the Maharaja of Bhavnagar. It has the leading inhabitants of the graceful Indian antelope black buck. You can also find the rare Indian Grey Wolf, Jungle Cat and striped hyena here together with savannah birds like larks, wheatears, bushchats, and sandgrouse. The best time to visit the park is from mid-October to late March and April to June.
You can find many private accommodations as well as government accommodation near this national park. Some of them are The Blackbuck Lodge, Bhavnagar Hotel, etc. These two have online booking facility.
Manas National Park
Manas national park rests on the base of the Great Himalayas in the North East state of Assam. It is one of the largest sanctuaries in India and popular for its rare wild animal of endangered species like Hispid Hare, Pygmy Hog, and Golden Langur. Manas national park is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. Known for tiger populace and other wild beasts and over 360 species of birds, it is a place that is able to blow your mind with its beauty and adventure in any season of the year. The rare one-horned rhinos are the prime attraction of this park. The name of this sanctuary originates from the Manas River which flows through the area of the Park. The ideal time to visit is during the months of November to April.
Luxury accommodation includes Musa Jungle Retreat, Bansbari Villas, Grazing Rhino, and Striped Panthera. Standard accommodation includes Florican. All have online booking facilities.
Gangotri National Park
Gangotri national park is located in Uttarkashi District of Uttarakhand beside the upper part of the Gangotri River. It vast green scenic beauty of the forest refreshes our tired eyes and the beauty of Himalayan glacial breaks the monotony of our everyday life. Gangotri national park is the home ground of endangered snow leopard, ibex, thar, black and brown bear. Other than the famous Jim Corbett national park in Uttaranchal, it is one of the great tourist attractions there.
Accommodation near Gangotri national park includes Jaypee Residency manor, The Haveli Hari Ganga and many more. Hotels have online booking facilities.