India has the most varied geographical divisions and climatic variations. Naturally, the diverse landscape and climatic conditions serve as natural habitats to a vast variety of flora and fauna. Numerous Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks have been established all over India and the objective of securing the future of species of flora and fauna by conserving them in their natural environments.

We can provide you detailed information on the Top National parks in India, so that your Wildlife Tour to India remains a most memorable one.

Top National parks in India – can offer an enormous range of habitats – extending from the majestic Himalayan peaks in the northern India, through forests, lakes and deserts, to the moist Nilgiri hills in the south, where the coastline is lapped by warm waters of the Indian Ocean. These parks and reserves occupy a place of pride among the wildlife sanctuaries in India.

1) Bandhavgarh National Park

Location: Madhya Pradesh
Main Wildlife Attractions: Tiger, Panther, Deer
Coverage Area: 446 sq.kms
Established: 1968

Best Time to Visit: Mid October to Mid April

By Air:
The nearest airport is in Jabalpur that is around 164 km away from Bandhavgarh. From the airport, you can rent a taxi to the park.

By Rail:
The national park is easily connected to Jabalpur by road. Private and State-run buses and taxis are available between Umaria and Katni and from Satna as well as Rewa to Tala. Cabs are also available from Jabalpur, Bilaspur and Khajuraho.

By Road:
Some of the railway stations close to Bandhavgarh are Katni (102 km), Jabalpur (164 km), Satna (120 km) and Umaria (35 km).

2) Kanha National Park

Location: Madhya Pradesh
Main Wildlife Attractions: Tiger, Gaur, Sambhar, Chital, Python, leopard, Porcupine
Coverage Area: 1945 sq.kms
Established: 1955

Best Time to Visit: Mid October to Mid April

By Air:
The airport which is in the closest proximity to Kanha National Park is Nagpur airport, at a distance of 266 km

By Rail:
The closest railway station to Kanha National Airport is Jabalpur Railway Station at a distance of 169 km.

By Road:
The National Park is well connected by roads, and can be easily reached by buses from Raipur (219 km), Jabalpur (169) and Mukki (25 km).

3)Pench National Park

Location: Madhya Pradesh
Main Wildlife Attractions: leopard,Deer,sloth bear,porcupine, jungle cat,striped hyena
Coverage Area: 293 sq.kms
Established: 1983

Best Time to Visit: Mid October to Mid April

By Air:
Sonegaon Airport is the nearest airport to Pench National Park which is located at a distance of 132 km. Regular flights to Pune and Mumbai are available from the airport. The airport is also well connected to other major cities of India. From the airport, tourists can take taxis to reach Pench.

By Rail:
Located at a distance of 30 km, Seoni station is the nearest railway station to Pench National Park.
The station connects Pench National Park to important cities like Nagpur and Pune. On reaching the railway station, tourists can take buses or taxis to reach the park.

By Road:
Seoni bus junction is the nearest bus stop to Pench National Park and is located at a distance of 30 km. Seoni is very well connected to all the towns in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh via public and private buses

4) Ranthambore National Park

Location: Rajasthan
Main Wildlife Attractions: tigers,Sambar deer,peacock,leopard,chital, sambar, hyena, nilgai, wild boar
Coverage Area: 392 sq.kms.
Established: 1980

Best Time to Visit: Mid October to Mid April

By Air:
The nearest airport from Ranthambore is Jaipur, which is about 160 km away.You can arrive in Jaipur by flights from all major cities in India.

By Rail:
Sawai Madhopur Railway Station is nearest railway station located 11 km away from Ranthambore National Park.All major trains that links Sawai Madhopur cities like delhi, agra,jaipur etc

By Road:
The closest city to this national park is Sawai Madhopur. A very good network of buses and taxis connect Sawai Madhopur from major cities of Rajasthan delhi(365),jaipur(160),agra(260)