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Wildlife Destinations in North India

The Indian subcontinent boasts of an extremely rich and varied wildlife and is thus home to numerous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks which rank among the prime tourist attractions of the country. These sanctuaries and reserves shelter over 390 species of mammals, 455 reptiles, 210 amphibians, 1,230 birds, and about 30,000 species of insects - making the country one of the hottest wildlife destinations in the world. Within India, some of the finest and best known wildlife sanctuaries are located in the northern part of the country. The Wildlife Destinations in North India are among the most visited wildlife reserves in the entire country.

Renowned not only in India, but also around the world - the Wildlife Destinations in North India are the perfect places for you to encounter numerous endemic and rare species of wildlife in their natural habitats. Northern India has some of the world's highest mountain ranges in the great Himalayas. Home to an enchanting mix of flora and fauna, the Wildlife Destinations in North India are true havens for wildlife lovers.

Thousands of tourists flock to the Wildlife Destinations in North India every year to feel the rush of adrenaline through their veins during thrilling wild safaris. The variety that these destinations offer is sure to give you an all time high. Your tour to the Wildlife Destinations in North India will surely be an experience to cherish, whereby you can enjoy every jungle activity from jeep safaris to nature walks.

Visit the rocky terrains of the Ranthambore National Park, the famous Corbett National Park and the delightful Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary while on tour to Wildlife Destinations in North India. All these parks boast of sizable population of tigers and promise decent opportunities for spotting these ferocious beasts in their natural habitat.

Some other animals you can commonly spot in the Wildlife Destinations in North India include Leopards, Striped Hyenas, Chital, Chinkara, Macaques, Black Bucks, Indian Flying Foxes and Mongoose and a wide variety of exotic and colorful birds.