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List Of National Park In North India

National Park In North India


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India is a land of colorful diversity as it is rich in flora and fauna and heavily dense forests.But when we talking about Indian national parks we all know that parks enhances the beauty of the nature. The major motive of national parks established by government is to preserve the wildlife of endangered species and explore the wilderness of these endangered species. 

In India there are 450 national parks and wildlife sanctuaries and 3000 amazing wild lands and other beautiful scenic destinations. We need to encourage wildlife tourism in India because we know it has varied wildlife forests in India. In today’s times foreign tourists attracts towards wildlife tourism as in some countries wildlife tourism has become backbone of their economy.

If you people want’s to explore these national parks like Jim Corbett National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh National Park and many others. As we are providing a great wildlife tour packages in India . While encouraging the wildlife tourism people would be aware about the importance of wildlife species in human’s life. 

Let’s Discover Best National Park In North India which are as follows:-

Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand

 Jim Corbett National Park in North India is one of the oldest and popular park in the terms of wildlife tourism. This national park is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Jim corbett National Park is a home to Royal Bengal Tigers. Hailey National Park is an another name of Jim corbett National Park. You may also spot some beautiful natural landscapes, riverine belts, rolling hills. This national park was established in 1936 and if you’re planning to visit jim corbett then don’t forget to enjoy Jungle Safari.

Dibru Saikhowa National Park,Assam 

Dibru Saikhowa National Park is an amazing park, which is located in Tinsukia district of the state of Assam. This national park was established in 1986 by the government. Dibru Saikhowa National Park is considered to be the 19 biodiversity hotspots in the world. This wildlife sanctuary was established in 1999 and this park covers 340sqkm. You may also spot endangered species which are rare in nature such as Hoolock gibbon, Caped langur, Slow loris, Water buffalo, tiger, elephant, gangetic river dolphin etc.. This park is generally famous among Bird Watcher which are extremely rare and endangered species. The weather of this climate is tropical, where summers are hot and wet whereas, winters are cold and dry.

Binsar, Uttarakhand

Binsar National park in North India which is located in Kumaon Hills, Uttarakhand. This national park is quite famous for Bird Watching and Photography. Binsar wildlife sanctuary is fully covered with lush greenery and this park remains open for tourists every single day from 9:00AM to 7:30 PM. You may engage in many different activities like Jeep Safari, Bird Watching, Wildlife Spotting, Temples. You may also enjoy some sports related activities like Trekking, Hiking, Jungle Walks. This national park is connected with major towns in Uttarakhand and cities in Northern India.

Dachigam National Park, Jammu & Kashmir

Dachigam National Park is located in Jammu & Kashmir at 22km from Srinagar. This national park is quite famous for endangered species such as hangul, kashmir tag which are rare in nature. This parks name dachigam literally means “Ten Villages” in the memory of Ten Villages which are relocated of the park. You may also spot rare species like Red Deer, Himalayan Black Deer, Exotic Himalayan Birds, Himalayan marmot. This park remains open from 10:00Am to 5:00Pm. Personal vehicles are not allowed inside the park. Dachigam national park is also shelters various wildlife species like musk deer, leopard, black bear etc… you might enjoy trekking over there but there road is quite harsh, jagged and rocky. Many Foreign tourists visiting to explore the wilderness of the nature of this park. 

Tura, Meghalaya- Unexplored Garo Hills

Tura Peak is located in West Garo Hills District,this is highly rich in flora and fauna. Forests of Tura mainly deciduous and evergreen forests which is filled with various trees like Tura Peak, rare orchids, medicinal varieties. Some fruits trees are found such as plums, peaches, pears, oranges etc.. Many tourists attracts towards the Nokrek Park to explore the hilly town,Pelgawari falls, DC park, Gangdrakdare.You may  also spot various animals such as leopard,golden cat, wild buffalo and many more.

Manas National Park, Assam

Manas National Park is the only land is very rich in the population of Royal Bengal Tigers. This national park  was established in 1990 and covers the area of 2837sqkm. Majority of the land is covered by grasslands of Terai, Bhabar Type and having more than 650 species of Angiosperms alone. Manas national park is also known for Bird Watching as it is considered to be an ideal home for birds which are more than 300 species such as crake, swamp, trogo, bristled grassbirds etc.. If you are planning to visit this park then make sure you go for Elephant Ride, Jungle Safari, Bird Watching. 

Dudhwa National Park,Uttarakhand 

Dudhwa National park is a perfect for wildlife enthusiast because this park is all about wildlife, nature and diversity. This national park comes under the sub himalayan are called as Terai Belt.  You may found endangered species such as Swamp Deer, Bengal Florican, Leopard etc…not only this but Dudhwa also famous for Bird Watching like Woodpeckers, Bulbuls, Kingfishers, Hornbill and many others. This national park is covers in the area of 811 sq km. Best time to visit Dudhwa National Park on or after 15 november to 15 june on every calender year. An amazing national park in north India.

National park are those areas where it protects places of  natural beauty. It’s a home to many endangered species.The main objective of these national park is to keep environment healthy and resilient. Which means it continuously providing important ecosystem services such as nutrient cycle, climate regulation, air and water purification and pollination.


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