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      Wildlife

      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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      Located between the Tons and the Yamuna rivers, Chakrata is an idyllic cantonment town in the Doon Valley. A perfect weekend trip for nature lovers and backpackers alike, Chakrata offers a serene, fuss-free getaway from the bustling city of Dehradun. Making your getaways affordable and adventurous are Chakrata camps that promise a funfilled holiday in this hilly abode.

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      Safari, tigers, temples, and more - there’s no end to exploring when one’s in Sariska National Park & Tiger Reserve near Alwar, Rajasthan. Home of the Bengal tigers and located on the slopes of Aravalli, the lush environs of Sariska are the perfect sanctum for thrill seekers, wildlife enthusiasts, and nature lovers. Read more

      Nestled in between the popular hill stations of Mussoorie and Chamba, Dhanaulti is a quiet and idyllic town known for its lush alpine forests. A relic of the British Raj, a holiday in Dhanaulti is ideal for those looking to spend quality time in the lap of nature. And the best way to do so is to opt for a stay in the eco huts in Dhanaulti, which are redefining luxury by providing responsible lodging to masses. Read more

      A pristine paradise of nature with lush hills, sparkling waterfalls, and dense forests, Bhimashankar Wildlife Sanctuary is the home of the Giant Flying Squirrel and is a favourite weekend getaway for people from Mumbai and Pune. Located a mere 138 km from Pune, Bhimashankar reserve is an all-in-one package of fun, adventure, nature, and spirituality. Read more

      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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      Exploring new places, meeting new people, trying local delicacies, and enjoying each moment to fullest are few facets of traveling that I love. Read more

      Kenya, known as the the world's wildlife capital, is not much popular among Indian tourists but those who love wildlife are no alien to it's wilderness and charm! As you venture around in the forests of Kenya, you inhale the freshness permeating through the vast woods and grasslands. And adrenaline kicks in as you play a thrilling game of hide & seek with the diverse wildlife of Kenya. For best safari in Kenya, it  is important to explore and understand what do various safari destinations in Kenya have to offer. Read more

      Northeast India, with plenty of diversity, is a traveler's dream destination. Explore the best of hidden nature at Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary located in West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh. Surrounded by Sessa Orchid Sanctuary to the northeast and Pakhui Tiger Reserve to the east, Eaglenest is one of the popular wildlife sanctuaries stationed at an altitude of 500 m and extending up to 3250 m. Read more

      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

      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. Read more