From Kaziranga National Park to Suderbans Wildlife Sanctuary – we take you on a tour to some of the most amazing wildlife sanctuaries across India.
24. BANDIPUR NATIONAL PARK
Established in 1974 and spanning across an area of 874 sq kilometers, the Bandipur National Park is located in the state of Karnataka. It is a refuge for several threatened and endangered species of flora and fauna. Tigers, elephants, sloth bears, mugger crocodiles, dholes, spectacled cobra and flying lizards etc. can be spotted here. You can visit the Bandipur National Park anytime time throughout the year.
23. MUNDANTHURAI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers, Mundanthurai Wildlife Sanctuary also known as Kalakkad Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve in Tamil Nadu will take you by surprise. Boasting of a rich biodiversity with dense dark forest cover, the reserve has been classified as a Type 1 Tiger Conservation Unit representing tropical moist evergreen forest in the world. Rare species found here include leopard, jungle cat, giant squirrel, wild dog and elephant to name a few. The best time to visit is between October and January.