Famous Jungle Tours gives you an opportunity to explore some of the most interesting and vast wild life sanctuaries and National Parks that are present in India.
Famous Jungle tours in India can take you to places like the Jim Corbett National Park, Ranthmbore National Park, and Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, to name a few from the list of over 500 national parks and wild life sanctuaries of the country.
To guide you through a Tour to the Jungle, some information on Famous Jungle tours are as given below -
Jim Corbett National Park:
The Jim Corbett National Park is named after Jim Corbett who played an important role in the establishment of this national park. This is one of the oldest national parks in India. It was established in the year 1936. The Jim Corbett National Park is situated in Nainital district in Uttarakhand. The national park extends over an area of 1318.54 sq. km. This park is home to 50 species of mammals, 577 species of birds and 25 species of reptiles. This park is also known for the 488 different species of plants that are found. The main motto of the park is to protect the endangered Royal Bengal tiger of India. Project Tiger, a conservation program to save the tigers and their habitat was started here at the Jim Corbett National Park in the year1973. November to June is the best time to visit this park
Ranthambore National Park:
Ranthambore National Park is also a tiger reserve in Rajasthan in India. Situated in Sawai Madhopur district, this national park extends over an area of 392 kmē. Wild animals include the leopard, dhole, wild pig, sambar, chital and the gaur. Kaila Devi Sanctuary and Mansingh Sanctuary fall under the domain of the Ranthambore National Park. October to March is the most favorable time to visit this National Park.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary:
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary often referred to as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park lies between Agra and Jaipur.This sanctuary was founded by the Maharaja of Bharatpur in the year 1890. The sanctuary extends over an area of 29 sq.km. 10 sq.km. of the total area comprises of marshes and bogs. A large area was enclosed with embankments and then divided by earthen dams called 'bunds'. Such embankments created a large number of marshes and lakes. The government banned the indiscriminate shooting of birds in 1965. This area was categorized under the National Parks in the year 1982. Later in 1985, Bharatpur was listed under the World Heritage Site. Around 380 species of birds are found here.
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