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Corbett National Park
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Ranthambore Sanctuary
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Keoladeo National Park
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Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
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Manas National Park
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Periyar
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Chitwan
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1. Corbett National Park:
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Spot the tiger as it suns itself in the Corbett National Park. It is here that the 'Project Tiger' was launched to save India's dwindling tiger population. Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, it offers an excellent view of the different kinds of wildlife. Species found here include elephant, the Himalayan black beer, varieties of lesser cats and other animals.


2. Ranthambore Sanctuary:
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Tigers are the prize attraction of the Ranthambore sanctuary that can be spotted here in their natural habitat especially during the daytime. TigerSpend some time here watch wild boar, chinkaras, porcupine and even tigers at their natural pursuits. The park also hosts a variety of birds that include both seasonal and migratory birds. The deciduous forests, lake palaces, chhatris and fort make it complete and unique sanctuary. The beauty of the park is best enjoyed during October to June.



3. Keoladeo National Park:
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Welcome to the world of feathers where nearly 375 species of birds await you with open arms. The birds include spanish sparrow, coot snipes, red crested porhard, rosy pelican and flamingo. The prize attraction of the park is the arrival of rare Siberian Crane besides a sizeable number of pythons, spotted deer's, sambhars and other animals. Best time to visit the park is between October to February when migratory birds arrive here.


4. Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary:
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Sariska is a unique sanctuary for a variety of reasons. The thickly forested hill slopes of the park that host nilgai, chital, sambhar, jungle cat and other animals give you a glimpse of the wild life. The special attraction of the park is Hanuman languor. The temples, art pieces, the ruins of Kankawar fort and other monuments spread across the forest will take you to the ancient time. The park is best observed during winters that extend from November to March.


5. Manas National Park:
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The silence of the park only breaks when the rare golden langur roars. LangurThe best-kept park in Assam is also a haven for the attractive red pandas and other animals like elephant, sambhar, rhino, swamp deer and barking & hog deer. The park echoes with the chirping of the birds like merganser, brahmni ducks and a range of egrets. The beauty of the park is best enjoyed during November to March.

6. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary:
Amidst the cool hills of the ghats in the east, nestles Thekkaday extending over an area of 777 sq. km where you watch the fur fin and feather wild on life while enjoying a cruise Periyar lake. The sanctuary was founded in 1934 by Shri Chithira Thirunal Maharaja of Former Travencor state is one of the oldest in India. In 1978 it was declared a reserve under the successful Project Tiger
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7. Chitwan National Park:
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The first national park of Nepal was set up in 1973. It encompasses an area of 932 sq.km is the subtropical inner terai lowlands of South - Central Nepal and it was known as a hunting reserve until 1950. It is considered among the best wildlife parks in Asia. Chitwan is synonymous with tigers and Rhinos. There are a total of 43 species of birds found here. Elephant rides to view the wildlife are most popular. The boat trips in Chitwan along the Rapti or Narayani rivers are the most peaceful way of experiencing the wildlife and the surrounding scenery.


8. Gir National Park:
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The Gir National Park is where the last surviving population of the Asiatic lion is to be found and the Little Rann of Kutch, the home of the Indian wild ass. LionLocated in the South west of the Saurashtra Peninsula, the Gir National Park is a haven to about 300 Asiatic lions. The 1,412.14 sq. km. Park has a rugged terrain and the steep rocky hillsides are recovered in mixed deciduous forests. There are teak, ber, flame of the forest and banyan trees. Streams run through the deep ravines. Gir has also nearly 210 leopards and numerous chital, nilgai, chinkara, the four horned antelope and wild boar. Marsh crocodiles are often seen along its rivers. The forest is rich in bird life and the paradise fly catcher, black headed cuckoo shrike, pied woodpecker, Bonelli's eagle, crested serpent eagle, painted sand grouse, bush quail and grey partridge are among the variety that is found here.

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