Approved By Govt. of India - Ministry of Tourism
IATO - Indian Association of Tour Operators
Ranthambore Jeep Safari
Widlife Jeep Safari India
Kanha National Park, India
Kaziranga National Park
Nagarhole National Park
Home » Wildlife Tours » Top National Parks in India

National Parks in India


When it comes to wildlife safaris in India, the adventure gets really big in the national parks in India. There are many national parks in India which are home to abundant species of flora and fauna
However some are better than others and still unexplored. National Parks of India spread across the country offer a fascinating diversity of terrain, which is houses of large number of wild rare and giant animal species. India is a great tourism destination in world. It attracts tourists with its unique cultural and geographical features.


Top National Parks of India

Ranthambore National Park is located at a distance of 158 km from Jaipur in the Sawai Madhopur district of Southeastern Rajasthan. It covers an area of about 392 sq km, surrounded by other sanctuaries like Mansingh Sanctuary..

View More

This National Park is a home to more than 650 endangered species of birds and other animals, elephants and four to five species of deer. To move around within the National Park for watching nature and wildlife, take on a Jeep Safari or an elephant Safari.

View More

Kanha National Park preserving a variety of endangered species is recognized as one of the most picturesque wildlife reserves in Asia. The most remarkable features of this reserve besides open meadows are blackbuck, sambhar, chital and swamp deer

View More

the park is majorly inhabited by white tigers but it also provides shelter to several other Indian wild species like Cheetals, Langurs, Bison and Sambars. The beautiful woods of Bandhavgarh attract numerous tourists from all over the world.

View More

The park is located on the banks of river Brahmaputra. It has been declared as a world heritage site by UNESCO. It covers an area of about 430 sq km. The park is a home to two-thirds of one-horned rhinoceroses of the world.

View More

This park suits people who love nature, photography and adventure. Many adventure activities are available within the park. Many resorts and lodges near the park provide packages that include many activities inside the park that are not usually available to all visitors

View More

This park suits people who love nature, photography and adventure. Many adventure activities are available within the park. Many resorts and lodges near the park provide packages that include many activities inside the park that are not usually available to all visitors

View More

Periyar national park and wildlife sanctuary is located in Thekkady, Kerala. It is very famous among tourists as elephant and tiger reserve.

View More

Mudumalai national park is a declared tiger reserve that is located in the northeast of Nilgiri Mountain or the blue mountain.

View More

This park is famous for its collection of tahr. Nilgiri tahr is a goat like species that is endangered. One can easily spot tahr in this park. Some rare animals and endangered species of butterflies can be spotted here.

View More

Tadoba national park is very famous for those who want to spot the Bengal tiger. The gypsy safari of the park is also called as the tiger safari. The park is famous for birdwatching and spotting tigers.

View More

The park is located in a spot where the tropical and subtropical forest belts are found. It starts from Cape Comorin, Tamil Nadu to Gangetic plains. River Ken runs through this relatively dry national park providing water to the wildlife throughout the year.

View More

Situated on one of the oldest mountain ranges in the country, this sanctuary covers a large plateau including the highest peak in Rajasthan, Guru Shikhar. While vacationing in the desert state, it would be a little treat to spend a couple of hours or days in Mount Abu.

View More

Located in Ladakh of Jammu and Kashmir. The park is quite famous among tourists for its population of snow leopards. This is the only park in the country, which is located in the northern region of Himalayas.

View More

Situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, “Sariska National Park”, is one of the important national parks in Rajasthan. Stretch over an area of 866 sq. kilometres, the park boasts not of variety of flora and fauna but it is famous for ‘Tiger population’ and ‘Tiger Reserve Project’

View More

Plan My Trip