India is known for its wildlife and the wildlife national parks. Below are the top seven national parks in India:
Anshi National Park:
Anshi Natioanl Park in located in the state in Karnataka in the district Uttara Kannada with an altitude of two hundred to nine hundred twenty five meters above the sea level. This national park is spread over two hundred and fifty kilometers and was started in the year 1987. This national park is managed by the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests and the park has become home for many animals of which elephants, tigers and leopards and mostly found.
Bandhavgarh National Park:
Bandhavgarh National Park is geographically located in the state of Madhya Pradesh in the district of Umarai. The Bandhavgarh National Park was established in the year nineteen sixty eight which is spread over an area of one hundred and five square kilometers. The park is prominent for leopards, elephants and the two famous tigers which are charger a male tiger which has attacked many tourists and a female tiger sita which is the most photographed tiger in the world and which has even appeared on the cover of National Geographic channel book. Almost all the tigers that are now in the park are descended from these both.
Kaziranga National Park:
The Kaziranga National Park is a combined property of the districts Golagath and Nagaon which are in the state of Assam which is spread over four hundred seventy two square kilometers and was established in the year nineteen seventy four. This park is a home for a large variety of birds, big collection of tigers, one horned rhinoceroses, water buffaloes, deer and elephants.
Kanha National Park:
The Kanha National Park is the oldest national park in India which was established in the year 1930 and spread over an area of nine hundred and forty square kilometers which is in Madhya Pradesh. This park is a home for the famous royal Bengal tigers, sloth bear, tigers, the Indian wild dog and the famous barasingha and has floral species 200.
The Gulf of Mannar Baniya National Park:
The Gulf of Mannar Baniya National Park is located in the Indian ocean which is almost away from Tamil Nadu and is a group of twenty one islands with a large group of marine and land animals and a unique collection of plants. One can enjoy the view of underwater animals and fishes with the glass bottomed boats.
Bandipur National Park:
Bandipur National Park is located in the district of chamarajanagar of Karnataka which was established in the year nineteen seventy four and widely spread over one hundred and six square kilometers. This park is a home for Bengal tigers, panthers, sambar, gaur, Indian elephants and many more rare birds and plants.
Betla National Park:
The Betla National Park is in the state of Jharkhand in the palamu district. This park was established in the year nineteen eighty six and is spread over two hundred and thirty one square kilometers. This park is a home land for langurs, wild bear, nilgai, mouse deer, antilope, tigers and elephants.