Monday, January 23, 2012

Exploring naturally incredible India


Tourists from foreign land come to India, visit Taj Mahal and go back ignoring the natural blessing God gave to this nation. Although this is difficult to name few national parks or Bird Sanctuaries to visit, yet I tried my level best to bring you four best places to experience nature’s superiority in India. All of these are listed as World the heritage sites and located in culturally diverse states of Assam, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and West Bengal respectively. 

Kaziranga National Park: Located on the edge of the Eastern Himalaya, in Nagaon, Assam, this park has the honor to have two-third of the world's One-horned Rhinoceroses and the highest density of tigers among protected areas in the world. This place is residence to breeding elephants, wild water buffalo and swamp deer. Including the river Brahmaputra, it embraces many small bodies of water, making Kaziranga theme of several books, documentaries and fairy tales. Nearest airport to site Jorhat offers regular flights to Kolkata. 

Keoladeo National Park: Previously known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur, Rajasthan, this place is home to more than 230 species of birds. Reserve in 29 km, it is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. It is shelter to 366 bird, 379 flowery, 50 fish, 13 snakes, five of lizards, 7 amphibian and seven turtle species. The nearest airport to Park is Jaipur. 

wildlife sanctuaries
Sunset at Sundarbans National Park

Sundarbans National Park: The place is domicile to a multiplicity of bird, reptile and invertebrate species, especially the salt-water crocodile. The Sundarbans appears deep green from the satellite image, having more than 400 Royal Bengal Tigers that are world famous for their man-eating tendencies with an exclusive characteristic of swimming in the salty waters. Kolkata Airport is just 166 km away if you have plans to visit the site. 

Valley of Flowers National Parks: Located high in West Himalaya, Uttarakhand, Valley is renowned for its meadows of endemic alpine flowers and the variety of flora. This full of vegetation area is domicile to some rare animals like snow leopard, brown bear, Asiatic black bear, and blue sheep. The gentle landscape complementing the rugged mountain wilderness encompasses a unique transition zone between the mountain ranges of Great Himalaya. Once disappeared from earlier tourist map due to its inaccessibility, the valley is connected to nearest railway station Rishikesh, just 276 kilometers away.

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