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Dear readers, consider this blog as a humble request. Please see wild animals in their natural habitat by visiting National parks or animal sanctuaries instead of zoos. The wild animals are best in the wild. Having fun watching wild animals from outside in captive cages cannot be part of a healthy society. At the moment all the animal lovers around the world are stopping going to the zoo.

National parks in India

The national parks of India are treasure troves for nature lovers. India’s first National park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park. Now known as Jim Corbett National ParkUttarakhand. By 1970, India only had five national parks. In 1972, India enacted the Wildlife Protection Act and Project Tiger to safeguard the habitats of conservation-reliant species. There are 105 national parks in India at the moment and 50 tigers reserves in India.

Please see wild animals in their natural habitat. As you chose to visit their home, I think to be their guest, not master. Here I will be listing Indians’ top 5 national or safari parks.

Jim Corbett national Park, Uttarakhand

Jim Corbett National Park is a part of the larger Corbett Tiger Reserve. The first national park to adopt the Project Tiger. And this park is home to the Himalayan goral and the Barking Deer. Corbett has the most magical landscape and most popular tiger fables. 

Best time to visit- November to June.

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Kanha National park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National park, lush meadows provide sustenance to species including Barasingha. Barasinghas can be seen in the wild only in Kanha. You can keep your eyes peeled for tigers, wild dogs, and hyenas. This national park is popular as the Tiger reserve. And it has bagged the title of one of the finest wildlife areas in the world. Kanha National Park was declared a reserve forest in 1879 and revalued as a wildlife sanctuary in 1933

Best time to visit- November to April

Bandipur National park, Karnataka

The one-time private hunting reserve for Mysuru’s maharaja. Elephants and Indian rock pythons are abundant in Bandipur National Park

Best time to visit- November to March

Kaziranga National Park, Assam

Kaziranga is famed for the endangered one-horned rhinos. And it is home to breeding populations of tiger and leopards.

A World Heritage Site, the park today hosts two-thirds of the world’s greater one-horned rhinoceros.

Best time to visit- November to April

Sundarbans national park, West Bengal

Sundarbans is a stunning mangrove forest. It is most renowned for its tiger population. There is a lot of other fauna to spot in a unique ecosystem. Irrawaddy dolphins, flying foxes, and a diverse marine ecosystem worth exploring.

Best time to visit- October to February

See the Wilds in the Wild

India has many national parks or animal sanctuaries. I have listed the names I have visited. Every living thing has the right to live free. For personal entertainment, it is not right to cage them. To see the wild animals in the wild.

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