Wildlife Sanctuaries in North India

In the similar manner as India, the northern region of the country specifically has been blessed with diversity in geography. There are hill stations, plains as well as deserts with the majestic Himalayas, the Aravalis and the Gangetic plains. Such kind of a variety can be seen in no other region of India. This diverse landscape and favorable climate is one of the prime reasons that the region has been blessed with a vast variety of wildlife. It is no exaggeration if one says that a tourist to north India can experience the best of culture and view the best of nature here.

In order to save this vast variety of wildlife, the concerned authorities have established national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. With a total of 88 national parks and 490 wildlife sanctuaries in India, some of the most sought-after and finest of wildlife reserves are located in the northern region of the country. These can rightly be termed as wildlife tourist destinations which are flocked by tourists every year from all around the world.  These are also popular amongst several researchers and ornithologists.

Tourists who are nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, on their tours to the northern part of India, they make it a point that they visit the wildlife sanctuaries in North India to interact with the animals and birds of the region, free in their natural surroundings.  It can rightly be termed as ‘once-in-a-lifetime-experience’. You can explore these protected areas by the way of elephant safaris or jeep safaris, as per your liking. These wildlife reserves are not only homes to various kinds of animals and birds, but they are also greenery and natural beauty in abundance.

The list of some of the very popular wildlife sanctuaries in North India includes Bharatpur National Park, Corbett National Park and Ranthambore National Park. the other names are Nandadevi Wildlife Sanctuary, Dudhwa National Park, Sambhar Wildlife Sanctuary, Sultanpur National Park, Chandra Prabha Sanctuary, Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Sariska National Park and Hemis National Park.

There is no dearth of accommodation options in these wildlife reserves. There are a number of forest lodges as well as resorts around these forests. You can opt to stay in any of one the available options where you can enjoy a comfortable stay by availing every modern-day comfort, sumptuous food, recreation facilities and much more.

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