India Wildlife Tours Visit to Lesser Known Indian Wildlife Sanctuaries


India with its 441 animal sanctuaries is one of the best destinations for wildlife tours. The diversity of the country’s terrain has always been helpful in growth of varied kinds of flora and fauna to preserve which there is horde of wildlife sanctuaries. India wildlife tours opens up gates to a world of untouched beauty and enthralling adventurous rides. If you have already visited lot many popular national parks of India then this time on your wildlife tours to India go beyond the expected and seen. Explore the lesser known wildlife sanctuaries which are may not be very popular for they are far-fetched or for there aren’t too many good lodging options available nearby, but are real repertoire of wilds. Get feared to bits at such lesser known wildlife parks and enjoy India wildlife tours like never before. Blackbuck National Park: Blackbuck National Park at Velavadar is situated in the province of Gujarat in India. An erstwhile grassland of Maharaja of Bhavnagar the park is surrounded by agriculture fields and wastelands. The park is a great habitat to big herds of antelopes.

A unique grassland ecosystem is one of the attractions of the park other than its substantial population of Blackbuck, wolfs and Lesser Florican. Even species of avifauna family are spotted in the park which includes Sandgrouse and larks. Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary: Clearly a heaven for ornithologists, Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary is situated on the banks of Vembanad Lake. Set in the gorgeous Kerala backwaters the place is a favorite haunt of migratory birds. The main attractions of the region are its local birds such as cuckoo, waterfowl, egret, owl, cormorant, Brahminy kite, Siberian Crane, Lark, Flycatcher and more. Get up early to be able to catch the real fun of birding and venture outside at dawn to capture sights of birds leaving their forest homes to fly over the lake. Enjoy morning trek and gather some of the most delightful memories of your India wildlife tour packages. Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary:

Formerly known as Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary this forest reserve is an isolated protected area of evergreen forests in the state of Assam in India. The forests was fragmented and surrounded by tea gardens and small villages and alter artificial regeneration was used to develop well-stocked forest in the region. The resultant biodiversity is the cause of ever increasing influx of tourists in the region. The sanctuary is home to India’s only gibbons- the hoolock gibbons and Bengal Slow Loris. The sanctuary is home to the only apes in the country namely Western Hoolock Gibbon and the only nocturnal primate as well and thus is a great place for India wildlife safaris. On your India wildlife tours explore these lesser known wildlife destinations and venture deep inside the wilds to have the real enthralling experience of jungle safari.

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