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Wild Life In India

India being a land of diverse terrain and varied topography is home to a countless species of flora, fauna and avifauna which eventually make for some of the best national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in India, a paradise for nature and wildlife lovers. No region in the whole wide world can compete with India in terms of its unmatched flora and fauna which occupies 24.16% of India’s total available land. Gifted with incredibly diverse terrains, India boasts to host many indigenous and endangered species of flora and fauna which cannot be found elsewhere.

To protect these widely varied species of flora and fauna India is home to 543 stunning wildlife sanctuaries. Out of the 34 biodiversity rich spots across the globe India hosts 3 of them. Spread beautifully across the country from The Great Himalayan National Park in the north to Dandeli wildlife sanctuary in the south, these sanctuaries offer a spectacular treat for visitors and helps in promoting tourism of the nation. Filled with beautiful landscapes, amazing rock formation and diverse range of flora and fauna, these sanctuaries are a visual treat to the visitors.

Wildlife sanctuaries not only help to protect the endangered species by providing a natural habitat, but also brings one closer to mother nature. Visitors can enjoy the marvellous wonders of nature by visiting one of the sanctuaries. Most of them also host wildlife safaris for the visitors which offer a guided tour of the entire sanctuary by ensuring the best sightings possible. Some of the most popular sanctuaries in India where you can witness the breath-taking sights are Corbett National Park, Ranthambhore National park, Sundarbans National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Gir National Park, Dandeli wildlife Sanctuary.

There is much more to explore among the wild spaces in Incredible India, which can only be done by visiting these diverse Sanctuaries in India.