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Wildlife creatures are like treasures for any state or nation. They are the original legacies passed on to us by nature and it is totally our responsibility to take care of them and protect them because we are the developed ones and they are the ones who need help. Hence the concept of creating wildlife sanctuaries is very much needed and useful. India has so many wildlife sanctuaries but we will be taking some special interest in the wildlife sanctuaries in North India. Animals are very interesting creatures to spend your time with and so if you ever get a chance to visit any wildlife sanctuary or bird sanctuary in North India or anywhere, do not think much and miss the chance. Given below are the list of some of the most popular and prestigious wildlife sanctuaries in North India which are worth seeing and booking cheap flight tickets to India for. Have a look!

  1. NAMDAPHA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY:

Known to be the third largest park or a wildlife sanctuary, this place is protected with high security and surveillances and equipment in Arunachal Pradesh. It is considered to hold the richest of the forests and is one of the most valuable biodiversity areas in India. You will be finding all the four species of big cats like tigers, Leopards, Snow Leopards and Clouded Leopards and this is actually the only National Sanctuary to have all four of them. You will be finding diverse varieties of flora and fauna. Some of the animals which can be found here are Assamese Macaques, Capped Langurs, Asiatic Black bears, Hoolock Gibbon, Hog Deers and many more animals to see and admire. So make sure to not miss this place.

  1. DUDHWA NATIONAL PARK:

Here comes another wildlife Sanctuary from Terai in Uttar Pradesh. In fact this is one of the few Terai ecosystems which are left here. The park grew popular for its Swamp deer but later in 1987, they turned it into a tiger reserve. So now you get to see huge number of tigers here. Not only that, this place is actually a formation of Kishanpur Wildlife Sanctuary and Katariaghat Wildlife Sanctuary. Many endangered species like Swamp Deers, Sloth bears, Tigers, Hispid Hares, Leopards, Barasingha, etc., have their homes in this Dudhwa National Park. You will be finding Sal trees, Asna, Jamun, Gular, Bahera, etc., which make this swamp forest an evergreen place to live for the animals.

  1. JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK:

Call it the oldest National Park of India and a place where the revolution of saving the Bengal Tigers started. Jim Corbett National park is the name you can hear everywhere and I am sure every kid of this nation also knows about it as it is very famous and considered to be the first park to focus on the ‘Tiger Project’. Jim Corbett Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Nainital and it has a vast deciduous forest with trees like peepal, sal, mango, Haldu, some grassland, river belts and some moist lands too. Promote tourism and photography from here and let everyone know about this precious and beautiful place. To add to its beauty, you will find Dhikasla, Jeep Safari, Kalagarh Dam, Corbett Falls, and Gurjiya Devi Temple.

  1. KAZIRANGA NATIONAL PARK:

Ah! The Kaziranga National Park is a World Heritage site and a home to two-third of the world’s one-horned Rhinoceros. Located in Assam, this place has the higher number of tigers present and that too among the conserved areas. You also find large number of elephants and wild water buffaloes and swamp deers too! You get to see the entire sanctuary covered in marshland, dense tropical moist broad leaf forests and tall elephant grass. But this is not it. You will find 4 major rivers flowing through this reserve forest.

  1. SUNDARBANS NATIONAL PARK:

The Sundarbans is a complete eco-friendly and a biosphere-tiger-reserve in West Bengal. This National Park is a part of the Sundarbans present on the Ganges Delta and the Sundarban Reserve forest present in Bangladesh. It is one of the biggest wildlife sanctuaries to have the largest number of Bengal tigers and surviving mangrove forests in India.  So visiting these wildlife sanctuaries in North India must be your next plan when to try planning for a vacation for they are not to be missed for sure.

Just let go of all those business class flights and those strict meetings that have taken up a lot of your time. Go for some last minute flights and make some sudden plans to these places. Make the most of this time and come out of your stress. We hope you found this article useful and if you did then do not forget to like, comment and share this article with everyone you know. Adios!

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