The vastness and variety of nature and geography corresponds with the great variety of most exotic wildlife destinations in India. Incredible India is a country which boasts of not only one of the stunning range of natural beautiful places with great geophysical diversity, but this country also represents one of the greatest diversity of wildlife. Different climatic conditions and attributes of nature coexist simultaneously to become habitat of different natural species. The vast snow covered mountain range of Himalayas and their cold climate is contrasted with the tropical greenery and heat of the northern plains until the northern plains reaches to the sea shore in the three sides of shoreline around the lower part of India. Ion between these natural diversity there are great many jungles and wildlife concentrations the ferocity and depth of which is no less than the African forests in many respects and these jungles scattered over the entire country present some of the most exotic wildlife destinations in India. Here we would introduce some of the most exotic wildlife destinations in India.
Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand
Where the great Himalayan range of mountains ended in the basin of Ganges, in that foothill in the state of Uttarakhand the Jim Corbett National Park is situated which is the oldest national park in India and presents the most stunningly beautiful natural diversity of rivers, lakes, green meadows, various degrees and mix of alpine and tropical forests. The forest is invaded by various rivers and water streams that are streaming down from the Himalayas and also great many clear water lakes that make the beauty of this famous national park very special among the most exotic wildlife destinations in India. Being a national park in the sub Himalayan belt the park provides a unique variety and mix of Himalayan as well as tropical species. The great variety of animals that this park boasts of include famous Royal Bengal Tiger, spotted dears, Himalayan leopards, elephants, Indian Pangolin, Indian Python and a great range of tropical as well as sub-Himalayan bird and annual species are found in this national park. The park is within moderate distances from the great Himalayan hill station of Nainital.
Kanha Wildlife National Park in Madhya Pradesh
This wildlife national park is one of the biggest tiger reserves in India and with dense tropical forest, natural diversity of flora and fauna and great range of species across its jungle terrain it comes to be one of the most exotic wildlife destinations in India. This national park is home to more than 200 various kinds of flowering plants, animal varieties like rare swamp deer, a type of Indian variety of lion called Hard Ground Barasingha, barking deer, four horned deer, a great variety of Indian tigers and snakes, etc. With thick Saal forest and open meadows or vast grasslands this forest present for the viewer astonishing beauty of nature and natural habitat of animals.
Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary
Jaldapara wildlife sanctuary is simply inevitable name in the most exotic wildlife destinations in India because of the presence of some of the rarest wildlife varieties in this forest. This sprawling forest in the foothill of upper Himalayan region in the state of West Bengal also represents some of the most stunning variety of plantations within the bosom of this forest. The forest also houses one of the surviving tribes of the ancient Indian descent which is called Toto tribe. The forest is the residence of many extinguishing animal species like singled horned rhinos, great variety of birds, elephants, leopards and tigers. This forest houses one of the rarest types of tree that bleeds like human and is a major tourist attraction.
The most exotic wildlife destinations as mentioned above present the highest variety of plantations and wildlife along with the stunning beauty of natural assimilation of flora and fauna.