Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks
India is called the land of the various flora and fauna, biodiversity with the rich and valuable cultural diversity.
From the mountain range of Himalayas and from Kashmir to Kanyakumari various beaches with their own cultural prestige and historical background, various forests, amazing sand dunes, lavish and lush green forest, plains and deserts are making India a heaven and attract various tourists who are the great nature lovers.
One can explore 80 national park and 500 wildlife sanctuaries in India. Viewing birds and wildlife in India with a reflection of the nature and wildlife conversation in their natural habitat is a grand experience that can never be forgot and will remain in your endless memories. Some popular wildlife sanctuaries of India are described below-
Corbett National Park
Corbett National Park, first
national park in India, is spread over an area near about 1318 sq.
km. in the foothills of the Himalayas with full of natural
beauties and various habitats. It was setup in the 1936 by the Jim
Corbett, formally was the hunting ground of the British. It became
one of the tiger reserves in India in 1973 at the time of under
Project tiger scheme.