The diverse topography of India is home to an amazing variety of flora and fauna species. The bio-diversity of this incredible country offers vast opportunities for the wildlife enthusiasts to rub shoulders with the diverse species of wild animals. There are several national parks and wildlife reserves brimming with exotic and endangered animal species. These parks act as a sanctuary for the protection & conservation of those animal species who are on the verge of extinction.
Indian forests are home to 7.6% mammalian, 12.6 avian, 6.2% reptilian and 6% flora species. A large chunk of Indian forest cover is marked by the tropical rainforests found in the Andaman Islands, Northeast India and the Western Ghats. However the Himalayan region abounds with the coniferous forests.
The large variety of wildlife species found in India are as follows:
Tigers, Nilgiri Tahr, Asiatic Lions, hog deer, spotted deer, Nilgai, Barasingha, one-horned rhinoceros, sambhar deer, barking deer, Bengal fox, monkeys, striped hyena, golden languor, mongoose, water buffalo and many others.
Indiavisit.com arranges wildlife tours and safaris that allows you to explore national parks and wildlife sanctuaries sprinkled across different parts of India. Ranthambore National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Corbett National Park, Sariska National Park, Sundarbans National Park, Sundarbans National Park , Buxa Wildlife Reserve, Dudhwa National Park, Gorumara National Park, Gir National Park, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Annamalai National Park and Desert National Park are some popular names of wildlife reserves and national parks. These parks foster faunal species in their natural turf. Explore these parks via safari tour and enjoy amazing rendezvous with the Indian wild.
If you are looking forward to explore the length and breadth of the Indian national parks, you can opt to stay in the jungle resorts located close to the wildlife sanctuaries. Here you can feast upon the natural beauty and listen to the roaring voice of tigers and the sweet chirping of the birds. The best time to visit India for wildlife tours is from October and April. Uncover the secrets of nature by undertaking the wildlife tours to India.