Keoladeo National Park, formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is the largest avifauna sanctuary in India, welcomes thousands of birds from all across the world in the winter season. A visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site is a perfect date with nature for nature enthusiasts. With more than 230 species of birds, 379 species of plants, and around 30 mammals, the sanctuary is stretched over an area of 2,873 hectares hosting a series of exciting air shows in winters.
Stretched over an area of 282 sq. km, Ranthambore National Park is considered one among the largest national parks in the entire northern India. A paradise for naturalists, this place was the hunting ground of maharajas of Rewa. Also the home of world-famous tigress Machli, Ranthambhore attracts wildlife admirer from all across the world. Get ready to experience an exciting jungle safari to Ranthambhore National Park spotting royal Bengal tigers on your ways.
Asiatic lion in the Wilderness of Gir National Park
A place rich in wildlife experiences, naturalists find Gir National Park no less than a paradise. It’s the only place in the world where one can spot Asiatic lions roaming freely in front of you. Home of many majestic but endangered beasts, Gir National Park also offer an exciting opportunity to spot elusive fauna including panther, jackals, porcupines, and hyenas. Known locally as Sasan Gir, spotting majestic cats against quiet grasslands of Gir is definitely an awesome moment.
Besides all wilderness adventures available in India, Hemis National Park is famous for offering widest and most thrilling moments to experiences. Accolades for being the royal territory of the snow leopard in India, Hemis National Park is stretched over an area of 4400 sq, km. Well, it is believed that elusive snow leopards roam across the snowy tracks of Hemis national park like a shadow, giving a great dose of adrenaline thrills.