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Parks & Attractions in India

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Ranthambore, located in Rajasthan, has become deservedly popular in recent years.  Although not guaranteed, your chances of tiger spotting can be higher here than elsewhere – as can tourist numbers. Bandhavgarh National Park also has a relatively large tiger population, as well as a large leopard breeding population. Corbett National Park is one of India’s oldest, and its sub-Himalayan topography offers a different experience to the jungle setting of other national parks. Pench, Kanha and Panna National Parks are amongst other popular parks listed below.

India has over one hundred national parks, created not only to maintain India’s indigenous flora and habitat, but also to protect her extensive wildlife – much of which is now under serious threat of extinction. 

Top Parks & Attractions in India

parks & attractions of india

Agra and the Taj Mahal

The majestic Taj Mahal, a wonder of the world but one that should not be underestimated as it is absolutely stunning.

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Bandhavgarh National Park

An adventurous park located in the foothills of the Himalayas with some dense forest and tigers roaming free.

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Beaches

Goa and south provide some classic boutique properties whilst more and more yoga retreats are also springing up along the coastline.

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Corbett National Park

An adventurous park located in the foothills of the Himalayas with some dense forest and tigers roaming free.

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Delhi

The hustle and bustle of Delhi can be quite a shock but it is a captivating city that you need to make time to explore.

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Himalayan Hill Stations

Basic hill stations but opening up some stunning scenery and landscapes and even boasting the elusive Snow Leopard around Ladakh.

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Kanha National Park

A highlight of anyone's India safari; this large park offers a true wilderness with bamboo forest scenery, sloth bears and tigers.

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Kaziranga Wildlife Sanctuary

Hosting two thirds of the world's Indian one horned rhino population other highlights include Asian elephant, barasingha and buffalo.

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Kerala

Atmospheric backwaters, river boats and beautiful beaches for the ideal getaway from the hustle and bustle of the parks and cities.

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Mumbai

Formerly Bombay, Mumbai overlooks the Arabian Sea and has a mixed skyline of historical architecture and skyscrapers.

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Panna National Park

Easily accessed via Khajuraho, Panna is a lovely park to explore with jeep safaris being the main attraction.

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Pench National Park

An atmospheric National Park offering a variety of wildlife and both 4x4 safaris and walking safaris.

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Rajasthan

A magical State and home to the Pink City of Jaipur as well as forts, palaces, parched deserts and lakes.

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Ranthambore National Park

Consisting of a deciduous forest and lakes, Ranthambore is the easiest park to access from Delhi for tiger safaris.

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Sasan Gir National Park

A remote home to the only free roaming population of Asiatic Lions, currently numbering approximately 250.

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Satpura National Park

Satpura National Park is one of fascinating variety and wonderful wildlife, offering jeep and elephant back safaris as well as kayaking.

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Tadoba National Park

A unique park that not as many people frequent however it has healthy populations of tiger, leopard, sloth bear and wild dogs.

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Varanasi

Often known as "the Holy City of India" Varanasi is a 2hr flight from Delhi and is the spiritual centre of India.

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