7 Indian ‘Jungles’ You need to visit before you die
In case you’re wondering what ‘jungles’ I’m talking about, I don’t mean a jungle where tribes are housed but natural jungles that have been turned into national parks to preserve the firmness and beauty of its natural habitat.
1. The top of my list is ranked by Pench National Park located in the midst of Madhya Pradesh Take my word for it when I say it is one of the most breath taking parks you will see in your whole life. It is one of the ideal places to check out natural wildlife and habitat. You can expect to see deer, snakes, elephants and what not. A tour through this jungle via Safari is a must.
2. Next up we have Jim Corbett National Park. It is a project Tiger reserve national park located in the Nainital district of Uttarkhand. According to tourists and locals, this is one of the safest and most relaxed places to explore natural habitat. You can choose to go for an elephant ride, see tigers, swim, and the best times to visit Jim Corbett is usually during July.
3. Third on the list we have Kaziranga National park. It is located in the Golaghat and Nagaon districts of the North Eastern Indian state of Assam. Assam is already known to have a lush green land and the forest is a must-go place for someone visiting the state.This natural park is a tourist attraction for a wide species of birds. You name the species and you will encounter it. I recommend this pace for photographers. You’ll even encounter some species you might have never seen or heard of.
4. On the fourth number, we have Tadoba National Park that houses an array of wildlife. You can find this beauty in the heart of Maharashtra and is a must see place because of its diverse natural habitat and wildlife. This is another great place for people who like to encounter different animals or those who like to participate in nature photography.
5. The fifth spot is occupied by Sunderban National Park, a home to most aquatic/land species like crocodiles, turtles, Crabs, snakes and so on. If you want to spot the Bengal tiger, you’re sure to spot it here. The natural preserved beauty is an added bonus too.
6. On the sixth spot, we have Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary located in Kerala. This is a place that encompasses of an amalgamation of wildlife and beauty. Flora and fauna are its major attractions besides the lovely cruises and elephant safaris.
7. Lastly, we have Bandhavgarh National Park. It is a great place to meet cats of the jungles (including Tigers of course). Many photographers opt for this sanctuary because the cats are already used to human interference and don’t mind being in front of the camera.
(The images used above are for the representational purpose.)