Wildlife & Bird Sanctuary


India, a land of vibrant biodiversity, boasts an extensive network of wildlife sanctuaries and bird sanctuaries. These protected areas offer a sanctuary for a wide array of endangered and threatened species, providing ample opportunities for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts to experience the country's rich flora and fauna. India's wildlife sanctuaries are home to some of the most iconic and enigmatic mammals on Earth. From majestic tigers and elusive leopards to stately elephants and graceful gaurs, these sanctuaries offer a chance to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh Known for its tiger sightings and stunning landscapes, Pench is one of the best places to spot these apex predators in their prime. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kaziranga National Park, Assam is famous for its one-horned rhinoceros population, the largest concentration in the world. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand India's first national park, Jim Corbett is a haven for tigers, elephants, and other wildlife.

With over 1200 different bird species, India is a haven for both resident and migratory birds. Some of the prominent bird sanctuaries include Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Rajasthan Known as the 'Keoladeo Ghana National Park,' Bharatpur is a breeding ground for thousands of migratory birds, including Siberian cranes.

Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Karnataka Nestled on an island in the Cauvery River, Ranganathittu is home to numerous water birds. Chilika Lake Bird Sanctuary, Odisha. Asia's largest saltwater lagoon, Chilika Lake provides a sanctuary for over 200 species of birds, including flamingos, storks, and migratory ducks.

Nestled in the heart of Rajasthan, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a renowned haven for over 370 species of birds, including the Siberian crane, which is an endangered migratory species. As winter sets in, the sanctuary transforms into a bustling avian metropolis, with flocks of migratory birds adding color and vibrancy to the serene wetlands.

The Sunderbans, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is not only home to the iconic Bengal tiger but also supports a diverse avian ecosystem. Located just outside Mysore in Karnataka, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary is a tranquil island haven for migratory and resident birds. Visitors can observe over 170 species.