India Wildlife

India, the land of diverse topographical features and culture is marked by natural abundance and scenic beauty. There are numerous parks and reserves that teem with diverse species of wild lives. India has the second largest biodiversity in the world and the wildlife is of prime importance. There are hundreds of natural reserves, national parks and sanctuaries that are marked with various flora and fauna. Explore the India wildlife and make your trip a remarkable one.

The Indian forests shelters 7.6% of all mammals, 12.6% of birds, 6.2% of reptiles and 6.0% of flowering plant species. Tropical rain forest is the major type of forest that is found in India. You can also find deciduous and coniferous forests that are spread all over the country.

The various species of wild lives found in India include the following:

Elephants, tigers, Asiatic lions, spotted deer, hog deer, barasingha, blue bull or the nilgai, barking deer, sambar deer, one-horned rhinoceros, monkeys, golden langur bengal fox, striped hyena, domestic Asian water buffalo, mongoose and many more.

Wildlife safaris and tours are arranged, which will take you to various reserves and national parks, where you can explore diverse India wildlife. Some of the major wildlife reserves and national parks include Ranthambore National Park, Desert National Park, and Keoladeo Ghana National Park. These parks nurture wildlife in its natural habitat. Other major national parks and reserves include Corbett National Park, Sariska National Park, Bharatpur National Park, Sundarbans, Buxa Wildlife Reserve, Gorumara National Park, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Gir National Park, Dudhwa National Park, Annamalai National Park and Ranthambore National Park. Visit these parks on your visit to India and get bowled over by the diverse wildlife species.

Wildlife tours are arranged by various tour operators so as to introduce you with the wide array of flora and fauna available in India. If you wish to stay amidst the natural surroundings, you can choose to stay at the forest resorts and listen to the different sounds of the animals. You can go for India wildlife holidays and see the animals in their natural surroundings. The best time for India wildlife holidays is between the months of November and April.

If you love nature and its wildlife, make sure to undertake the wildlife tours, which will let you discover the secrets of nature.