6 To see wildlife travel destinations in India

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Kanha:

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Located approximately 150 kilometers from Jabalpur, which is actually one of the most important wildlife parks in the country. This is the claim between their largest number of tigers in the Central Indian Wildlife Sanctuary. Kanha is also home to Barcing - literally 12 horns - a huge swamp deer, which is nowhere near the planet. 

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These organisms can be easily seen in many species such as countless, wild, peacock, sambar, barking deer, fox, langur, bluegai, bronchial roller (bluejay) and brain tension - this kind of cheering bus is just like 'brain fever' looks like! Besides Kanha, there are many beautiful vegetation - more than 1, 000 species - it is also happy to walk through this ancient forest. Safari starts at around 5 am in the morning, and this is the best time for you whether you want to follow an elusive tiger.

Bandhavgarh:

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This wildlife park is not far from Kanha and is famous for its high density of tiger population. There is a large population of reproduction leopards, most species of deer, sambaar, nilgai, piles of Indian wild and bird species. Bandhavgarh fort is found in the middle of this sanctuary.

Ranthambore:

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Formerly the favorite hunting ground of Jaipur, Ranthambore National Park is currently the largest in northern India as part of Project Tiger. Although many creatures have come down, if you should be blessed, then it is still possible to catch only one. Here you can see hyenas, black boxes, anchors, galls, civet cats, sarupupins, chitil, sambhar, and many more. This park includes its own fair share of marsh crocodiles, lizards, turtle monitoring etc.

Mudumalai:

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Wildlife Sanctuary in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu is the area of ​​Nilgiri Biosphere, which includes a large elephant population, even seen deer, bison, langur, peacock, wild boar, Mongoose and Panther. Contrary to people in the earlier list, Mudamuli is not a favorite destination for wildlife fans. This critically acclaimed Indian white rock vulture is also home to Bill Guild's house for a long time

Bandipur / Nagarhol:

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Although they are only two separate sanctuaries, they meet with each other, hence Nilgiri is a part of the biosphere and the Mudumalai. The plants found here include honey, gaura, tiger, chili, lethargy bear, mimic, langur, Indian stone dragon, four horned mrigali, gill, and drum, along with more than 200 bird species, along with honey Dazzle and serpent eagle are also included. The traffic going through the highways near the parks has been restricted from 9 to 6 pm, as most of the vehicles were killed by sharp vehicles.

Kaziranga:

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A forest reserve in India, on which you can see a horny rhinoceros, Kaziranga is running out of the Northeast of Assam. In fact, in this sanctuary, one-horned lilies have two-thirds of this world's population. This vast expanse of Marshland and long bud was declared a World Heritage Site and it is known as a species of important Bird Water Heater, Jelly Dragon, King Cobra and Vulture, rabbits' flying, crazy cats such as tigers To leopard, pangolin and reproduction as well, Ferrett Badger has many creatures that you will see here.

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Although it is full of species and flora of species in these jungles, but you should not forget that the bearer is a question of an opportunity! The right time to go to these wildlife parks will be from October to June-end, as well as in all summer months of April and May, because organisms often flutter about the discovery of drinking water, and therefore it is easy to identify is.

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