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      Wildlife

      Nestled snugly in the lush Nilgiri Hills in Tamil Nadu, Mudumalai National Park is an unblemished abode of royal Bengal tigers, Giant Malabar Squirrels, and many more animals and bird species. What makes it unique is the unquestionable amount of adventure that it bestows its guests with.

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      The Western Ghats are known for exceptional views and glorious vistas! And it is the wildlife reserves and national parks that majorly comprise of the biodiversity in the South India. Parambikulam Tiger Reserve is one of the most exciting places in Kerala close to the Kerala - Tamil Nadu border. Read more

      South Africa doesn’t need any introduction to its wide range of nature and natural reserves situated around the area.

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      Poland is a country located in Central Europe. Poland can be considered a global tourism market due to the large number of tourists that visit the place.

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      Going beyond the beaches and mountains, plan a relaxing vacation amidst the forests of Tadoba this time, and get up & close with the wild beasts of the jungle. The Tadoba National Park is a shelter to the endangered species of the Royal Bengal Tigers Read more

      The best way to let our young, wild, and free side out is by heading out to a place that is packed with pulsating experiences, and the national parks in Uttarakhand offer exactly that & Read more

      Far, far away in the land of North East is a utopia where you will find the most exotic wildlife living in harmony. Manas National Park, Assam is the only place to be distincted as biosphere reserve, a natural heritage site, Project Tiger Reserve, and Project Elephant Reserve all at the same time.

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      Much famed for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, more than 25 percent of the elephants and 15 percent of tigers in India, can be found in Karnataka. Owing to its fair share of lush greens and thick jungles with ample amount of water resources,

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      Places with beaches, mountains, and deserts usually remain at the top of our holiday list. But, have you ever wondered about escaping to a lush green forest, living nearby a river, feeling young & free while literally spotting a variety of flora and fauna? Well, if you haven’t, you’re in for a surprise because the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary situated in

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      Whether it’s your first time exploring a National Park or fifth wildlife safari tour, or you want to enjoy some moments of outdoorsy fun after spending weeks inside, Assam's Manas National Park has a perfect cycle safari getaway planned for you. Read more

      As soon as we hear the name of Dubai, the first thing that comes to our mind is oil. The second thought makes us travel through the famous deserts of Arabia. When we try to think about the places of attraction, we end up to the majestic Burj Khalifa.

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      Wildlife is the new hot topic and we quite understand why it is so! Every area and district and city and country has different animals that it is home to and that is quite interesting. Hong Kong is one of the top tourist countries where people can have a great interactional experience with wildlife.

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      Gujarat is home to various kinds of places and experiences. May it be awe-inspiring tourist attractions, heart-touching activities, soul-soothing festivals or picturesque nature reserves, Gujarat has it all. If you are a nature lover and want to get closer to nature, then there are many wildlife sanctuaries in Gujarat for you.

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      Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places in India. This is also regarded as the heaven of the earth. The wildlife of this place is rich and one can come here to visit some of the best wildlife sanctuaries. Some of the prominent animals found in Kashmir are Hangul, Markhor, Tibetan Wild Dog, Kashmir Musk Deer, Chiru, Tibetan Gazelle, Snow Leopard, Himalayan Tahr, etc.

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      If you are planning to enjoy an exciting vacation, then the exotic wildlife of Rajasthan calls you for an unforgettable journey and holiday experience. The plethora of wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan has made it an oasis to innumerable species of rare birds and mammals.

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      Goa is one of the very reputed and utmost beautiful states which lies in western India sharing its coastlines with the mighty Arabian Sea. Bestowed by colonial Portuguese architecture and housing beauties like 17th century churches which exemplifies its charm and beauty leaving the locals and tourists in awe with its fascinating and utmost beautiful views.

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      Himachal Pradesh is a very beautiful and frequently visited holiday destination. It is one of the finest northern Indian states gracefully set in the Himalayas. It is certainly a proud home to scenic and panoramic mountain towns. It is also known for its adventurous importance such as trekking, climbing and skiing.

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      Madhya Pradesh has always been an ideal place for nature lovers. It has all those things that can let you enjoy activities like trekking and bird watching. If you are a wildlife lover, then there are some very beautiful wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh you can visit.

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      Assam is a magnificent and utmost beautiful state gracefully lying in the northeastern part of India. It has eventually earned its name and is now recognised for being one of the finest holiday destinations in India owing to its fascinating wildlife, truly eye luring archaeological sites and very amazing tea plantations.

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      The jungles in the east are treasure houses to the most precious and strange flora and fauna. One such treasure in the east is Singalila National Park in West Bengal. Established in 1986, the park is one of the few places on earth where you will come across Red Panda. Read more

      Being an archipelago of hundreds of islands, Andaman is undoubtedly rich in natural attractions, wildlife, and biodiversity.

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      Resting at the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, the Orang National Park is commonly known as the “Mini Kaziranga” for its resemblance with the landscape of the Kaziranga National Park.

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      Bandhavgarh National Park India is a rejuvenating paradise for travelers who are looking for an escape into the wild. Its star attractions include the world famous Bengal tiger, white tiger, leopards, rare species of deer and a vast area that is not only greener than green but also varied in its topography.

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      Amidst tropical & sub-tropical deciduous forests near Haridwar in Uttarakhand lies a beautiful home of varied flora and fauna. A melodious confluence of trumpets of elephants, roars of tigers, and chirps of birds goes well to complement the gurgles of the streams of the River Ganges that flow through the grasslands that we are talking of. To these animal species, this place is home. But the world knows it by the name of Rajaji National Park.

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      Established in 1982, a part of the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand, Nanda Devi National Park is one of the most expansive and popular bio reserves in India. Nanda Devi Biosphere is a quaint and scenic habitat of rich varieties of flora and fauna, covering an area of 2,236.74 square km.

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