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20 Spots across the Country for Wildlife Photography

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India is not only a land that is culturally diverse, but it also has diverse geographical areas and climatic conditions. In order to protect the various species of flora and fauna that are found in this country, the Government has established a number of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries all over India. From the Himalayas in the north to the Nilgiris in the south, India is full of innumerable spots which are excellent for wildlife photography and attract shutter bugs from all over the world.

Some of the best spots in India for wildlife photography are:

  • Kaziranga National Park- This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is located in Assam, northeast India. It is well known for being home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros species.
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  • Jim Corbett National Park- It is situated in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is home to approximately 586 species of wildlife and 488 varieties of fauna and was set up by a wildlife conservationist called Jim Corbett.
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  • Keoladeo National Park- It is located in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan (the land of kings/royalty). This sanctuary is home to more than 230 species of birds (both migratory as well as resident).
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  • Bandhavgarh National Park- It is located in the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh and is extremely popular because of the panthers, deer and Royal Bengal tigers that are seen here.
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  • Kanha National Park- This national park is also situated in Madhya Pradesh and its many attractions are the tigers, sambhar, pythons, porcupines etc.
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  • Kabini National Park/ Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, Karnataka- The best time to visit here is during the monsoons. It is known for the many sightings of tigers, elephants, leopards and different species of birds.
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  • Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan- This is Rajasthan’s wildlife jewel! Most photographers from far and wide come here for a chance to capture the beautiful and majestic tiger on camera.
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  • Anaimalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu- This reserve is located in the western ghats of Tamil Nadu and is known for its sightings of gaur and spotted deer.
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  • Gir National Park, Gujarat- This national park is the royal abode of the king of the jungle – the majestic lion. The forest is huge and you will get lovely pictures of the wildlife in a beautiful green natural setting.
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  • Sunderban Tiger Reserve, West Bengal- It has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its deer, terrestrial birds, fiddler crabs, crocodiles and maybe even a tiger or two.
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  • Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Kerala- This reserve is situated in the western ghats of Kerala and has beautiful scenic views. You will most probably see gaur, elephants and spotted deer roaming around the forest.
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  • Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra- It is one of the less visited but extremely beautiful wildlife destinations. You are quite likely to spot tigers, leopards and the occasional black panther here.
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  • Periyar National Park- It is best known for the many gaur, tigers, wild pigs, sambar, elephants, barking deer and nilgiri langur that are found here.
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  • Dibru Saikhowa National Park- It is situated in Tinsukia town and the nearest airport is Dibrugarh. It is home to a number of endangered species like capped langur, water buffalo and Hoolock gibbon.
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  • Orang National Park- It is known as the ‘Mini Kaziranga’ and is located in Assam. It is popular because of its one-horned rhinoceros, leopards, sambar, barking deer and its many water birds.
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  • Sariska National Park- It is located in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan and is known for its many attractions like Royal Bengal tigers, golden jackals, rhesus monkeys, striped hyenas, nilgai and so on.
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  • Pench National Park– It is situated in Madhya Pradesh and is popular due to the 200 species of birds which are found here along with sambar deer, wild boar and antelope.
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  • Nameri National Park- It is located in Sonitpur, Assam and is known for the clouded leopard, hispid hare, sloth bear, slow loris, Assam roofed turtle, wild pig, Palla’s fish-eagle and so on.
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  • National Chambal Sanctuary- It is located in Madhya Pradesh and is known for the sightings of chinkara, nilgai, crocodiles, sambar, wild boars, alligators and wolves.
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  • Panna National Park- It is also situated in Madhya Pradesh and is one of the most popular tiger reserves in the world.
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So, take out your camera and get ready to travel to these beautiful and spellbinding locations across India to click some of the most amazing wildlife photographs.

 

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India is not only a land that is culturally diverse, but it also has diverse geographical areas and climatic conditions. In order to protect the various species of flora and fauna that are found in this country, the Government has established a number of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries...
India is not only a land that is culturally diverse, but it also has diverse geographical areas and climatic conditions. In order to protect the various species of flora and fauna that are found in this country, the Government has established a number of National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries all over India. From the Himalayas in the north to the Nilgiris in the south, India is full of innumerable spots which are excellent for wildlife photography and attract shutter bugs from all over the world. Some of the best spots in India for wildlife photography are: <ul> <li><strong>Kaziranga National Park- </strong>This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is located in Assam, northeast India. It is well known for being home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros species.</li> </ul> <strong> </strong> <ul> <li><strong>Jim Corbett National Park- </strong>It is situated in Nainital, Uttarakhand. It is home to approximately 586 species of wildlife and 488 varieties of fauna and was set up by a wildlife conservationist called Jim Corbett.</li> </ul> <strong> </strong> <ul> <li><strong>Keoladeo National Park- </strong>It is located in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan (the land of kings/royalty). This sanctuary is home to more than 230 species of birds (both migratory as well as resident).</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Bandhavgarh National Park-</strong> It is located in the Vindhya hills of Madhya Pradesh and is extremely popular because of the panthers, deer and Royal Bengal tigers that are seen here.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Kanha National Park-</strong> This national park is also situated in Madhya Pradesh and its many attractions are the tigers, sambhar, pythons, porcupines etc.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Kabini National Park/ Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, Karnataka-</strong> The best time to visit here is during the monsoons. It is known for the many sightings of tigers, elephants, leopards and different species of birds.</li> </ul> <strong> </strong> <ul> <li><strong>Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan-</strong> This is Rajasthan’s wildlife jewel! Most photographers from far and wide come here for a chance to capture the beautiful and majestic tiger on camera.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Anaimalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu-</strong> This reserve is located in the western ghats of Tamil Nadu and is known for its sightings of gaur and spotted deer.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Gir National Park, Gujarat- </strong>This national park is the royal abode of the king of the jungle - the majestic lion. The forest is huge and you will get lovely pictures of the wildlife in a beautiful green natural setting.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Sunderban Tiger Reserve, West Bengal- </strong>It has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is famous for its deer, terrestrial birds, fiddler crabs, crocodiles and maybe even a tiger or two.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Parambikulam Tiger Reserve, Kerala- </strong>This reserve is situated in the western ghats of Kerala and has beautiful scenic views. You will most probably see gaur, elephants and spotted deer roaming around the forest.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra-</strong> It is one of the less visited but extremely beautiful wildlife destinations. You are quite likely to spot tigers, leopards and the occasional black panther here.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Periyar National Park- </strong>It is best known for the many gaur, tigers, wild pigs, sambar, elephants, barking deer and nilgiri langur that are found here.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Dibru Saikhowa National Park- </strong>It is situated in Tinsukia town and the nearest airport is Dibrugarh. It is home to a number of endangered species like capped langur, water buffalo and Hoolock gibbon.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Orang National Park-</strong> It is known as the ‘Mini Kaziranga’ and is located in Assam. It is popular because of its one-horned rhinoceros, leopards, sambar, barking deer and its many water birds.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Sariska National Park- </strong>It is located in the Aravalli hills of Rajasthan and is known for its many attractions like Royal Bengal tigers, golden jackals, rhesus monkeys, striped hyenas, nilgai and so on.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Pench National Park</strong>- It is situated in Madhya Pradesh and is popular due to the 200 species of birds which are found here along with sambar deer, wild boar and antelope.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Nameri National Park- </strong>It is located in Sonitpur, Assam and is known for the clouded leopard, hispid hare, sloth bear, slow loris, Assam roofed turtle, wild pig, Palla’s fish-eagle and so on.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>National Chambal Sanctuary- </strong>It is located in Madhya Pradesh and is known for the sightings of chinkara, nilgai, crocodiles, sambar, wild boars, alligators and wolves.</li> </ul> <ul> <li><strong>Panna National Park-</strong> It is also situated in Madhya Pradesh and is one of the most popular tiger reserves in the world.</li> </ul> So, take out your camera and get ready to travel to these beautiful and spellbinding locations across India to click some of the most amazing wildlife photographs.  

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