Top unexplored wildlife sanctuaries in India

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The festive season in India is coming nearer. This season brings joy and festivity to us. Also, all of us who are busy with our daily schedule get some time to relax during this period and we want to spend some quality time with our dear ones. As a part of this particular season, most of us plan a tour in this time, no matter short or long. And who don’t know, for traveling there are numerous stunning locations exist in our country which not only attracts its own countrymen but also attracts tourists from every corner of the world. Here, I’ll tell you about some unexplored natural places in India which are ideal vacation spots for those who loves serenity and nature at the same time.

Pilibhit Wildlife Sanctuary

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Home ground for more than 127 animals, over 500 bird species and around 2000 flowering plants this reserve forest is a wonderful holiday destination for wildlife enthusiasts. The sanctuary is in the border of India and Nepal, lying in the foothills of the great Himalayas in the terais of Uttar Pradesh. Among other animals, this sanctuary is the home for 41 tigers.

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

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It is a Wildlife Sanctuary where you can enjoy stunning landscape other than its unique flora and fauna. It is one of the perfect natural locations in India which is yet to be explored properly. It is situated between Gondia and Bhandara districts of Maharashtra. You can see Bison, Sambar, Wild boar, Panther, Sloth bear and the big wild cat here. Except this, there are over 160 avian types and around 36 different kinds of reptiles.

Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary

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Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary lies in such sanctuaries that indeed deserved to be included in your travel route. The forest is a protected area of about 60 km from Aurangabad city in Maharashtra. It includes an area of 64,399 acres. The sanctuary is gifted with the beauty of southern tropical dry grasslands. The popular animals that you can find here are jungle cat, Wanderoo, Leopard cat, barking deer, Fox, Leopard, wild boar and Chinkara deer.

Mollem National Park

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If you are a nature lover then you can enjoy the timeless beauty of nature as you walk through the canopy of Mollem National Park. On your way, you can be welcomed by Black Panther or Bengal tiger, of course if your luck supports you. The sanctuary is about 57 km east of Panaji and covers around 107 Sq. km of area.

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary

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Established in 1975, it is one of the prime tiger reserves in the country and is home to several endangered species including Royal Bengal tiger, Wild Bison and Leopard. The sanctuary is a part of Bilaspur Forest Division of Chhattisgarh which is only about 60 km away and can be visited via regular road transport modes. Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary is linked to famous Kanha Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh through Kanha-Achanakmar Corridor.

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