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Safari ride with Animals and Nature

Safari ride with Animals and Nature

June 15th, 2021

India has diverse and interesting scenery. It is home to a diverse range of cultures and communities. However, the abundance of species seen throughout the country reflects this diversity. A jungle safari is the closest thing to viewing these exotic animals in their native environment. 


Safari ride with Animals and Nature

 

The glossy green Flora sprawled across the landscape. The unique variety of animals that live in the dark forests and must find their way out every day to stay alive. This is how the earth's ecosystem survives. Man has been living in the jungle since his inception, domesticating his way through all aspects of life to reach modern civilized society. The woodlands, on the other hand, have their mystery, sheer elegance, and tranquillity. Imagine seeing a tiger or lion wandering the jungle like a monarch and elephants with their little ones breaking bamboo for their daily meals! It's a completely different universe.

Let’s visit some of the most popular jungle safaris in India

Safari ride with Animals and Nature

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

Located in Rajasthan, spans 1300 square kilometres and is home to a decreasing tiger population. You get to observe these magnificent beasts in their native habitat, which adds to the majesty of Ranthambore's kingdom more. Apart from tigers, you can see Sloth Bears, Wild Boards, Monitor Lizards, Indian Chameleons, Indian Flying Foxes, and many other species over here. The national park is also well-known among photographers who enjoy capturing wildlife.

Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett National Park, is Asia's first national park and is one of the most attractive places for all visitors. The park is named after Jim Corbett, a legendary tiger hunter and adventurer who primarily pursued man-eating tigers in the area. To prevent the tigers from becoming extinct after his death, the entire area was turned into a national park. There are Bengal tigers, chitals, deer, Asiatic elephants and black bears, otters, gharials, Golden orioles, and a variety of bird species to observe.

Safari ride with Animals and Nature

National Park of Bandhavgarh

Many royal dynasties of Madhya Pradesh used to hunt at Bandhavgarh National Park. The region has recently been designated as a Royal Bengal Tiger protected reserve.  The authorities run guided safaris where you may see and learn everything about these majestic beasts. Leopards, Nilgai, barking deer, Bengal fox, striped hyena, and other animals can be seen.

National Park of Pench

The Pench National Park lies on the state line between Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. The park covers 400 square kilometres and is mostly renowned as a tiger reserve. The park's most notable feature is the various vegetation that flourishes here. Plants that grow in damp locations to trees that grow in dry, arid locations make up the plant life. The national park is also home to nilgais, leopards, and wild boars, in addition to tigers.

Safari ride with Animals and Nature

Satpura National Park

Recognised for its unique topography, Satpura National Park is located in Madhya Pradesh. The steep terrain and deep, lush rainforest provide ideal breeding conditions for a variety of creatures. Spotted deer, leopards, sloth bears, blackbucks, sambar, antelopes, porcupines, and otters can all be found here.

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Assam. The park is 420 square kilometres in size and is home to the one-horned rhinoceros. The world's greatest population of rhinoceros species can be found here. Aside from rhinos, elephants, bears, and panthers can be seen on your safari.

Visit these incredible locations to see nature at its most beautiful.