Just as India’s culture is diverse, so are its national parks.
Did you know that here are 103 national parks in India?
The country holds a record of hosting the highest number of national parks in Asia. Many tourists flock to these parks as they are reserves for some rare species. Some of the rare animals you can see in India’s national parks are Asiatic lions, Bengal Tigers, one-horned rhinoceros, and many marine animals. Tourists from all over the world come to India to take look at these stupendous creatures. Also, in addition to animals, these parks also have some wonderful birds, marine life, and flora and fauna.
In this article, I will talk briefly about some of the most famous parks in India.
Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
This park hosts a huge variety of flowers and animals and is located amidst the foothills of the Himalayas. It is famous for rare tigers and many wildlife photographers come to this park to take pictures. The Corbett National Park is famous for Sambar deer and Indian hog deer.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
This park has recently been declared as a World Heritage Site. It is home to the magnificent one-horned rhinoceros and contains two-thirds of the world’s population of one-horned rhinoceros. It is also famous for Golden langur.
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
This is one of the most famous Indian parks and contains some majestic tigers. It is famous for its Jungle Cat.
Manas National Park, Assam
This park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It hosts the Project Tiger Reserve, Elephant Reserve and a Biosphere Reserve. It is famous for Assam macaque.
Bandipur National Park, Karnataka.
This park was initially set up as a tiger reserve. It is one of the most beautiful parks in India and is famous for its elephants as well as tigers.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan
This park is famous for its friendly tigers. It is well known for jackals and tigers.
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
This is a beautiful tiger reserve and used to be a hunting ground for ancient princes and kings. It is famous for its barking deer and sloth bear.
Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary, Rajasthan
This park is located amidst the Aravalli Hill range and hosts forests, cliffs and rock landscapes. It is famous for leopards and jungle cats.
Gir National Park, Gujarat
This park contains majestic Asiatic lions. Apart from lions, there are other animals. It is also famous for its four-horned antelope.
Periyar National Park, Kerala
This park is covered by abundant green pastures and beautiful deciduous forests. It is home to deers, elephants and tigers.
Sundarban National Park, West Bengal
This park is famous for its beautiful mangrove forests. It also hosts the famous Royal Bengal Tigers. It is also famous for hyena.
Wandoor Marine National park, Andaman
This park is famous for reef herons and black-taped tern and is also a marine life conservation area.
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala
This park hosts a huge range of endangered flora and fauna. It is famous for its tigers and Indian bisons.
So what is the word I would like you take away from this article? it is ‘parks’.
Here are some example sentences
- I like relaxing at the park nearby my house.
- There are many plants and trees in this park.
- My children enjoy playing in parks.
- I love parks as they are serene and peaceful.
- – I took my daughter to a park where she played with her friends.
Hello! My name is Priya and I’m from Mumbai in India. My hobbies are reading, writing, swimming and watching movies. I look forward to sharing my blogs with you!