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The Wildlife in the Indian subcontinent is magnificent and diverse with some of the most attractive and rare animals found here. Ecologically and bio-geographically too, the Indian subcontinent is one of the most fascinating regions in the world. On the one end is the rainless desert and to the other is the rainiest place on earth; the permanently snowbound Himalayas lie to the northeast and to the south is one of the hottest places on the earth. This great variety of biological conditions and flora and fauna allows the Indian subcontinent to support a great diversity of wildlife. Some of the top sanctuaries in the Indian subcontinent that are ideal for a wildlife game drive are listed below.

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Ranthambore National Park


Ranthambore National park- the most renowned national park in northern India and the Ranthambore Fort which was recently included in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, being the main attractions. Ranthambhore wildlife sanctuary is known for its Bengal Tigers and can be easily spotted even in the daytime. Other fauna include the Indian leopard, nilgai, wild boar, sambar, striped hyena, sloth bear, southern plains grey langur, rhesus macaque, chital, Gharial crocodile and king Cobra.

Bandhavgarh National Park

Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The density of the Tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India. Other animals include white tigers, leopards and deer. The mix of tropical forest, Sal trees and grassland is home to scores of bird species, including eagles. To the south are the remains of the ancient Bandhavgarh Fort. Bandhavgarh National Park was the former hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa.

Kanha National Park

Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park located in the balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh is the finest tiger reserve of India. Kanha best known for its evergreen Sal forests, is home to about 300 species of Birds, 43 species of Mammals, 26 species of Reptiles and more than 500 species of Insects. The Major species found are hard ground Barasingha, Tiger, Leopard, Dhole (Asiatic wild dog), Bear, Gaur (Indian bison), marsh crocodile and Indian Python.

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve


Tadoba National Park is the largest Tiger Reserve & oldest in Maharashtra. This large park is a treasure quest of wildlife and flora; a place where one can experience the best of nature and its gorgeous creations. Wildlife like tigers, panthers, wild boars and much more have found a home in this national park. Having a small area and a large population of tigers increases the possibility of tiger spotting for the tourists.

Kaziranga National Park


Kaziranga National Park is a protected area in the northeast Indian state of Assam. Spread across the floodplains of the Brahmaputra River, its forests, wetlands and grasslands are home to tigers, elephants and the world’s largest population of Indian one-horned rhinoceroses. Ganges River dolphins swim in the park’s waters. It’s visited by many rare migratory birds, and gray pelicans roost near Kaziranga village.

Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary


Attracting wildlife enthusiasts from far and wide, Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the finest wildlife sanctuaries of South India. Elephant is the main attraction of Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary has a good population of elephants. It also provides shelter to wildlife such as leopard, panther, sambhar, monkeys, bison, sloth bear, spotted deer, cheetal, antelope, crocodile and 250 species of birds.

Jim Corbett National Park


Corbett National Park, got its name in 1957 after Jim Corbett, the famous naturalist and photographer. This is India’s first national park and beyond doubt the most attractive Park in India. Renowned for sheltering the royal Bengal tigers of India, the park has more than 650 species of native and migratory birds, along with over 50 species of raptors, 33 species of reptiles, 7 species of amphibians, 7 species of fish and 36 species of dragonflies. Some rare species like the endemic fish-eating crocodiles and otters can also be spotted.

Satpura Tiger Reserve

Madhya Pradesh

Satpura National Park, situated in the lap of Central India is a fine example of elegance and admirable natural beauty. Home to wildlife species like tigers, panthers, wild bears, four-horned deer and blue bulls, along with a wide variety of avian species like paradise fly-catcher, honey buzzard and Malabar pied hornbill, the Satpura Tiger Reserve is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. The flying squirrel and the rhesus monkey can also be found here. it is a part of the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, with 50 species of mammals, 254 species of birds, 30 species of reptiles, 50 species of butterflies and several types of trees and shrubs.

Gir National Park


Besides Africa, Gir National Park in Gujarat is the only place in the world where you can spot lions roaming free in the wild. The entire forest area of the Gir National Park provides the best habitat for Asiatic Lions. The entire region is inhabited by 523 Lions, more than 300 Leopards, two different species of Deer which are Sambar (Indian Deer) & also the Chowsingha – the world’s only four horned antelope, Jackal, striped Hyena, Indian Fox, more than 200 species of birds including raptors like critically endangered white-backed and long-billed vultures, 40 species of reptiles including marsh crocodiles & snakes like king cobra, vipers & kraits and over 2000 kinds of insects are some what is found in the Gir Forest.

Jawai Leopard Hills


The Jawai hills located in Rajasthan offer rare sights of leopards roaming freely out in the open. These hills were shaped by lava millions of years ago and now the natural caves house leopards and other wild animals of the area. It’s one of the best places where you can easily spot a leopard during the day. The Jawai Hills Leopard Sanctuary, Kambeshwar Ji Leopard Sanctuary, and Jawai Dam Crocodile Sanctuary, all are located around Jawai. The jungles are abode to several wild animals like wolf, jackals, striped hyenas, wild cats, and Chinkaras.

Chitwan National Park


Chitwan National Park is a preserved area in the Terai Lowlands of south-central Nepal, known for its biodiversity. Its dense forests and grassy plains are home to rare mammals like one-horned rhinos and Bengal tigers. The park shelters numerous bird species, including the giant hornbill. Dugout canoes traverse the northern Rapti River, home to crocodiles. Inside the park is Balmiki Ashram, a Hindu pilgrimage site.

Yala National Park

Sri Lanka

Yala National Park is a huge area of forest, grassland and lagoons bordering the Indian Ocean, in southeast Sri Lanka. It’s home to wildlife such as leopards, elephants and crocodiles, as well as hundreds of bird species. Yala is home to 44 varieties of mammal and 215 bird species. Among its more famous residents are the world’s biggest concentration of leopards, majestic elephants, sloth bears, sambars, jackals, spotted dear, peacocks, and crocodiles.