List of Indian National Parks

The national parks are like heaven for those who love nature deeply and want to see the wildlife from closer. You will find many outstanding national parks in India that contains geographical diversity and multiple species of birds, animals, and flora and fauna.

Nowadays India has 104 national parks and more than 50 parks reserved for tigers only. Here we are listing some popular national parks of India, let’s have a look at that:-

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is one of the well-maintained, clean, and largest national parks of India and of course a favorable spot for nature lovers.

It is stated in Madhya Pradesh and spread over 363 square miles area. You can easily spot the tigers and other species of big cats. The Bengal tiger is the center of attractions for the tourists.

With that, you will found leopards, Bears, Barasingha, many types of birds, and sambar, etc. one can easily book a wild safari and locate live animals.   

Jim Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park or Jim Corbett Park is the oldest national park of India that was introduced in 1973. It is stated in Nainital, Uttrakhand, and considers as a protective hub of Bengal tigers.

Except for Bengal tigers, you will spot 600 species of birds, more than 50 species of animals, and more than 100 species of trees and plants.

You can easily book a jeep safari and pre-bookings are also available. Even you can stay overnight in the core area that is the main specialty of this park that attracts zoologists and scientists.    

Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park is famous for its picturesque views covered with trees and known as prominent national parks of India. It is located in Madhya Pradesh and the core area covers 40 square miles and the buffer zone area covers 154 square miles.

If you are a tiger lover you must visit this national park as this is the densest area for Bengal tigers and some of them are quite bigger in size.      

With that, you can spot more than 80 species of colorful butterflies, different animals like leopard, rhino, chital, deer, and hundreds of birds.   

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is also a popular one due to it has saved one-horned rhino from the edge of extinction level. It is stated in Assam and counted as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Here you can easily spot rhinos, Bengal tigers, deer, sloth bears, Asian elephants, and hundred species of migratory birds, trees, water buffalos, and plants.  

The jungle safari is also available and you would be lucky if you spot live elephants and tigers inside the green dense tall grass.

The national park covers 430 square km area and the main attraction of tourists from all over the world.

Ranthambhore National Park

This national park is the largest and admirable national park in North India. It is stated in Rajasthan and spread over 400 square km of area and the surrounded views and scenes look really beautiful.

In the old-time, the location was the hunting spot of Rajasthan’s Maharajas later on converted into a national park.

You can book jungle safari available in two aspects by jeep or by canter. They cover 8 zones but you can also choose the safari according to your choice. You can spot elephants, tigers, hyena, nilgai, sloth bears, leopards, pangolin, jackal, and many others.

Gir National Park

This national park is stated in Gujarat that not only reserved for tigers but also dedicated to lions. You can have Goosebumps when you see tigers roaming around freely and hunting.

The park covers 1412 square km of area and is divided into 8 zones. You can start the jungle safari in the early morning and capture various animals and birds.

Sunderbans National Park

This national park is one of the most attractive beautiful and surrounded by mangroves forests and spans over the Ganges River and Brahmaputra Bay of Bengal.

It is the home of many rare species of animals, birds, and trees. The picturesque views look impressive and you may spot huge lizards, crocodiles, tigers, turtles, fishes, snakes, and water birds. The park is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the largest mangrove area and biodiversity that supports the ecosystem.