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Rajaji National park

Three sancturies in the Uttarakhand, Shivaliks - Rajaji, Motichur and Chila were amalgamated into a large protected area and named Rajaji National Park ...Read more

Birding in Pangot & Sattal Uttarakhand

The popular birding spots here are Kilbury, Pangot, Ghugukhan, Sigri, Vinayak and Kunjakharak. The whole area comes under Naina Devi Bird Reserve and starts from Kilbury road to Pangot and beyond. Its about 15 kms furtherup from the famous Himalaya Darshan point...Read more

Ranthambore Tiger Safari

Ranthambore National Park is one of the most popular national parks of India. I have compiled my earlier visits also and divided the sightings in zones, which I saw earlier in my safari's of Ranthambore national park.Zone 1 to 5 which are very popular and very near to the city, so tiger sighting chances are high too. Zones are allocated randomly. ....Read more

Sariska National Park

Once Sariska was the hunting ground of the maharaja's of Alwar. The Sariska national Park offers a wide range of activities such as a jungle safari in and around the park in the mornings and evenings, observing the wildlife at the waterholes, or photographing wildlife from the many hideouts provided in the park. ....Read more

Little rann of Kutch

LRK is home of world's last refuge Wild Ass only found here and has been declared as the Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary. Due to the Biodiversity of the Rann, it is also home to many bird species and it is one of India's largest Bird Sanctuaries. ....Read more

Thattekad Bird Sanctuary

Thattekad is the first Bird Sanctuary in Kerala with a wide variety of flora and fauna is a heaven for nature lovers and bird watchers. The Indian legendary Ornithologist Dr Salim Ali during his survey in 1933, noted the bird diversity here as one of the richest ever seen ....Read more

Kaziranga National Park & Gibbon Wildlife sanctuary

Kaziranga is a flat grassland water bodies and tall elephant grass, shorter grass, some tall trees and bamboo cover. In monsoons Kaziranga is submerged by the Brahmaputra. A UNESCO site Kaziranga is famous for being the habitat of the Great Indian one horned rhinocerous ....Read more

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