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India is globally famous for its exotic flora and fauna. To add more beauty to these rich abundance, wildlife parks and sanctuaries are the added attractions. These exotic beauties of the flora and fauna takes adventure seekers and wildlife buffs into the world of animals, some of are endangered species of birds and animals. Tourists can enjoy the wildlife safari in these exotic wildlife parks and sanctuaries to spot varied wild species, endangered animals and colorful species of birds. Enjoying wildlife tour in the country will offer unforgettable tour experience in India.

Among the famous wildlife holiday destinations, Rajasthan exotic flora and fauna grabs the attention of nature lovers from all over the world. Famously known as the Royal state of India, the state has three national parks and dozens of sanctuaries. Sariska Tiger Reserve, Ranthambhore National Park, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Desert National, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary, etc are the prime destinations to see the animals in their nature home. Tourists, nature lovers and wildlife buffs can enjoy ride in these globally known national parks on back of elephants and jeep safari. Tigers, leopards, sloth bear, deers, jackals, crocodiles and hyena, etc the most found species in the wildlife parks and sanctuaries. Enjoying the safari inside these globally known national parks of India will offers you incredible experience of India wildlife tour.

Kerala’s exotic natural beauty and green vegetation makes the state the most preferred wildlife tours destination in India. The exotic flora and fauna of the state have helped in the boom of Wildlife Tours in India. Periyar, Idduki, Chinnar, Eravikulam, Muthanga, Peechi Vazhani, Parimbikulam, Peppera, etc are the prime wildlife parks and sanctuaries of Kerala. The most commonly spotted animals are elephants, lion-tailed macaque, tigers, thars, flying squirrel, etc. Apart from the majestic wild animals the parks are also the home to varied species of birds.

Goa the beach capital of India is also famous for its exotic wildlife parks and sanctuaries. Wildlife Tourism of the state also grabs the attention of tourists from all the nook and corner of the world. Tourists can enjoy jeep safari, horse safari, elephant safari in the famous wildlife parks of the state. Bondala, Salim Ali Bird, Cotigoa, Mandovi-Zauri, etc are the prime wildlife parks and sanctuaries of Goa.

Gujarat is rich in exotic flora and fauna which attracts nature lovers and wildlife buff from all over the world. Situated in the western India, the state has four National Parks and twenty-one wildlife sanctuaries managed by Forest Department of the Government of Gujarat. Gir Forest National Park, Blackbuck National Park, Vansda National Park, Marine National Park, etc are the National Park of the State. Kutch Desert, Barda, Pania, Rampara, Thol, Porbandar, etc are the primewildlife sanctuaries of India. Tourists and wildlife lovers can view varied species of wild animals, birds and creatures on their wildlife safari inside the forests.

In India there are around 441 wildlife sanctuaries and 80 National Parks which attracts wildlife and nature lovers from all over the world. These parks and sanctuaries are the safe home of varied wildlife species, birds and endangered species. Explore these exotic wildlife destinations of India and it is sure you will have a remarkable experience of Indian wildlife tours.

Visit to India and quench the thirst of wildlife tours and travels. Further more to make the tiger tours in India delightful and memorable, there are several wildlife resorts, offering warm hospitality and world class accommodation facilities. These resorts provide the luxury of hotels to the tourists and nature lovers to make their wildlife tours packages memorable.

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