# Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
Come witness the magnificient world of not only indian birds but also the migrants such as the Siberian Cranes, Barons, Ibis, Pelicans and Painted Storks that traverse more than half the globe to make Bharatpur Bird Sanctaury their nesting place in winters. This bird paradise of India is a famous refuge of migratory birds.
# Corbett National Park
Corbett national Park located in the state of Uttaranchal is named after Jim Corbett, the renowned wildlife author, photographer and conservationist who was the main force behind setting up the park. Corbett National Park, the first such sanctuary where 'Project Tiger' was launched in 1973, becokns nature lovers for an unforgettable Wildlife experience.
# Ranthambore Wildlife Reserve
Situated in the vicinity of historical forts and palaces of Sawai Madhopur, in the state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is part of Project Tiger, a program that was instituted to save the rapidly declining population of Tigers, the majestic creatures.
# Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary
Probably the most visited park in India, Sariska was also a hunting reserve previously just like other national parks in India. The reserve was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1958 and came under the "Project Tiger" as a tiger reserve in 1979.
# Shivpuri National Wildlife Park
Located in Shivpuri, stretched over an area of 156 sq km, the sanctuary is indeed a dream come true for wildlife patrons. Also known as the Madhav National Park, it is primarily known for its large variety of deer.
# Bandipur National Wildlife Park
Nestled in the foothills of the Nilgiris lies a calm, peaceful land, far from the din of the city that is the safe haven for some very rare animals and birds. Established in 1931 by the Mysore Maharajhas, The Bandipur National Park is one of the most fascinating wild-life centers.
# Bandhavgarh National Park
Set up in the self-sustaining forest land of the lowlands encircled by the Vindhya Mountains in Madhya Pradesh was once a hunting reserve of the royal family of Rewa and it is from here that the well-known white tigers of Rewa were discovered.
# Kanha National Park
The Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh is possibly the only sanctuary where it is possible to see a tiger often. The tiger reserve, spread out over 2000 sq km area, comprises a horseshoe-shaped valley with the Surpan River meandering through the lowlands.
# Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
A combination of the forests of the Periyar tiger reserve and the mountains of Munnar is more than anything a tourist can ask for. The Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary at Thekkady is one of the country's major sanctuaries. The drive to Thekkady is enchanting as the road winds through tranquil countryside, rich plantations and thick jungles.
# Sunderbans National Park
Home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, Sundarbans in West Bengal is a must-see for the wildlife enthusiast. Set on the delta of the Ganga and the Brahmaputra, the largest estuarine delta in the world, the Sundarbans is awash with rivulets and streams and comprises mangrove forests, islands and swamps teeming with life.
# Gir Wildlife Sanctuary
Situated in Gujarat, Gir is the home of the proud Asiatic lion. The sanctuary protects the last wild population of lions outside Africa. Brilliant flame of the forest, teak and banyan trees define the landscape of this Park. The river and stream banks are characterized by evergreen belts.
# Kaziranga National Park
Among the last refuges of the one-horned Rhino, the Kaziranga National Park in Assam is a piece of paradise for the safari seeker. Tall grasses provide the perfect habitat for the endangered rhino, and can make for exciting lands to ride through.