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Wildlife Sanctuaries In India

India, the seventh largest nation in the world, has something or the other for everyone. Long stretches of deserts, pristine beaches, lovely hill stations, gigantic forts and mammoth architectural wonders, ancient cultures and civilizations, ever smiling and hospitable people, wonderful religious centres, interesting wildlife... you name it and India would offer that on a platter.. 

So is it any surprising then that the wonder that is India finds a good place on the tourist map of the world, and tourists and travellers from as far as Finland and France make it a point to visit the country time and again. 

Among the many hotspots of the country, India's wildlife, maybe, fascinates the tourists the most. Home to the Asiatic Lion and several types of fauna and flora, India is dotted with many wildlife spots that attract those who are adventurous and footloose. 

Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Jharkhand, Uttarakhand, Sikkim, Chhattisgarh, Kerala--these are just some of the many Indian states much famed for their wildlife. The country has many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks and other forest reserves in these and other states where the wild beasts roam freely in their natural surroundings. Kaziranga, Sunderbans, Gir, Ranthambore, Sariska, Kanha, Dudhwa, Corbett, Bharatpur, Periyar, Panna, Palamu, Hazaribagh...the list of such natural habitats is long and impressive. 

Apart from being a safe sanctuary for several rare species of flora and fauna, these wildlife reserves are also the perfect place for many avian species including the rare migratory birds such as the Siberian Cranes which fly for over thousands of kilometers every year from Russia and other parts of the world to these sanctuaries.

Last but not least, the much feared reptilian species are also present in good numbers in these reserves and other areas completing the wildlife picture of the country. From the huge and terrifying pythons to the dangerous cobras--these parks and other areas of the country are home to almost all major species of snakes of the world. 

Come and explore the wildlife of India! Go for thrilling jeep safaris, camel safaris and elephant safaris while you explore the wilds of the country, and look out for its many attractions. Find the king of the jungle, the tiger feast on its prey; see the huge Indian elephants and rhinos--besides the water buffaloes--satsify their thirst and drink water at the various water holes before you return back to the comforts of your jungle resort/lodge/hotel only to explore the beauty of the jungles all over again the next day.