India is a country where diversity rules. Be it the demography, culture or land forms, the country has got different flavors of them all. Similarly, the reflection of variedness can be seen in the wildlife of India as well. Owing to this, the country stands proud of its rich biodiversity that not only separates it from the other nations of the world, but it also gives the tourism industry a new high.
Termed as a nature lover's paradise, this truly diversified country is home to fabulous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. Scattered all over the geographical boundaries of India, these protected areas provide a natural habitat to an enormous amount of wildlife that goes unnoticed in the wild.
To start with, tourists can choose to explore the territory of the royal Indian tigers, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. First of its kind, the national park is located in the Alwar region of Rajasthan.
The state of Rajasthan plays a host to several other wildlife sanctuaries as well. This includes Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Just like this, wildlife sanctuaries in India are scattered all over the different geographies.
The prime ones being Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary and Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary in the south, Bori Wildlife Sanctuary and Gomarda Wildlife Sanctuary in Central, Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary and Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary in West and Simlipal Wildlife Sanctuary and Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary in the eastern part of India.