National Parks of India


Pench, Nestling in the Satpura hills and deriving its name from the Pench River that flows through this area diving it into two halves, is a National Park and a popular Tiger Reserve.

Green is the dominating color here with approx. 170 varieties of Indigenous and Migratory birds. March is the most suitable time to visit this place; when the tiger sightings are at most and to see the nature in its full bloom.


Located in the heart of India, Kanha will surely steal your heart if you admire nature and its creation in their undisturbed form. It is not only the biggest park in India, but a very scenic one too with many vegetation and habit types. On one hand you can see Swamp deer’s quenching their thirst while on the other there are Tigers keeping an eye on their prey!

You will surely bring out the photographer in you once you reach there!


Formerly a hunting preserve of the maharaja of Rewa, Bandhavgarh National Park is now a major attraction for white Tigers in the world. The density of the population of tigers in Bandhavgarh is the highest known in the India.


Ranthambhore is one of the largest National Parks of India listed in the Category II of IUCN. Ranthambhore is renowned primarily for the tigers! You can have a thrilling watch of these predators here and that too in action...! Other animals that will attract your attention here include Leopard, Nilgai, and Wild boar, Sambar, Hyena and Chital.

Reptile’s species are also in plenty. One can also visit Ranthambhore fort which lies nearby the entrance to the National Park.


Panna is a tiger reserve located in Madhya Pradesh state. Witness this lush green area full of exotic animal and plant species with lots of Gorges & falls therein. The most famous Pandav falls also attracts lots of tourists every year.


Sariska Tiger Reserve is basically a part of Aravalli Mountain Range. This reserve is also the nodal center of several historical sites such as the 16th century Kankwadi Fort!

Sariska Palace is worth watching too!


Chitvan is a Category II National Park as listed by IUCN. It has the second largest population of one horned Rhinoceros in the world. You can also do Elephant rides that take you to the bewildering jungles where you can soothe your nerves that crave for nature’s touch.

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