India with its unmatched biodiversity of flora and fauna hosts some of themost unique wildlife in its national parks and wildlife sanctuaries (including bird sanctuaries) from Ladakh in Himalayas to the Southern tip of Tamil Nadu. Wildlife sanctuaries in India attract people from all over the world as the rarest of rare species are found here. With 106 national parks and over 502 wildlife sanctuaries, the range and diversity of India’s wildlife heritage is unmatched.
Catch the elusive tiger at the Ranthambore National Park, get up close and personal with the one horned rhinoceros at the Kaziranga National Park, give a flight to your imagination at the Bharatpur Bird sanctuary or spot the elusive snow leopard at the Hemis National Park. The variety and depth which the Indian wildlife parks offer is unmatched.