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From steamy tropical jungles to rolling grasslands and the high Himalayas , India is home to many National Parks that have successfully preserved the Indian flora and fauna. Most of the Wild Life Reserves in India started off as game parks for the hunting pleasure of the Raj Officials. Ironically, these are the only areas, which still boast of well-preserved forests and wildlife.

A splendid diversity of wild animals, birds and exotic plants can be enjoyed and captured on film in India 's numerous National Parks. A comprehensive list of the National Parks and the wild life found in them is given below. All the National Parks have good game viewing facilities that range from Machans and Jungle roads to the traditional mode of viewing on Elephant Back. Accommodation may be in Jungle Lodges or properties that date back to the days of the British Raj.


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Bandavgarh National Park


Originally the private forest and preserve of the Mahraja of Rewa, Bandhavgarh includes 22 hills and is spread over 450 sq kms. This area is deeply associated with Hindu mythology and the old fort of Bandhavgarh is dsaid to have been built by the minkey kings of lore.

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Kaziranga National Park


Located on the border of Nepal and India , Dudhwa was established as a sanctuary in 1968 and was later upgraded to a national park in 1977. The sanctuary was initially established to protect its large and over hunted population of Swamp Deer or Barasingha. The park was the site of sucessful reintroduction

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Manas Tiger Reserve


Manas tiger reserve is one of the largest national parks in India , over 1000 sq miles in area. A visit to Manas is highly recommended to the serious wildlife enthusiasts. The park is home to over twenty highly endangered species of mammals and birds. The tropical rain forests here make wildlife spotting

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Rajaji National Park


It was established in 1955 and has been a stronghold of Project Tiger and a bastion for the the dwindling tiger population in Rajasthan. It is by far the best place to shoot tigers. The tiger population has accustomed itself to tourists and is not as vary of humans as tigers in other national parks. They have also

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Sariska National Park


Sariska National Park (near Alwar) is situated in the state of Rajasthan in the backdrop of the Aravali Hills. This park, which is quite near to Rajasthan's capital Jaipur, was declared a sanctuary in 1955. It came under the Project Tiger in 1979 and became a national park in 1982. The park boasts of a quite

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Corbett National Park


This was the first wildlife reserve in India and was designed by Major Jim Corbett, the master shikari himself, way back in the mid 30's, when hunting tigers was in vogue.
Located just 300 Km northeast of Delhi and cradled in the Himalayan foothills Corbett National Park is the birthplace

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Kanha National Park


Kanha in Madhya Pradesh has been at times called the N'Gorongoro of India. Kanha was reserved as an exclusive hunting ground for the Viceroy during the days of the Raj. Kanha's diverse miscellany of mammal and birdlife is without many parallels, because so much is seen in so short a time.

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Keolodeo Ghana National Park


Only 176 kms from Delhi and 50 Kms west of Agra and the Taj Mahal, Keoladep Ghana is one of the best places in the World for serious and also ignorant bird watchers. Over 350 species of permanent and migratory birds breed in the 29 Sq Km marshes and woodlands of Bharatpur. 

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Namdapha National Park


Namdapha in the East Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh has perhaps the widest diversity of habitats of any of South Asia 's major areas. The parks 1800 sq kms rise from 650 feet to 15,000 feet above sea level and the forest ranges from evergreen tropical forests through mixed deciduous forest

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Ranthambore National Park


Established in 1966 this small sanctuary lies in the foothills of the Himalayas , close to the well known towns of Dehra Dun and Rishikesh. A trip to Rajaji national park can be combined alongwith a trek in the Garhwal Himalayas or with white water rafting on the holy river Ganges . Nomadic sheperd

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