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Summer Vacation 2018: 6 Wildlife Safari Trips in India to Experience The Best of Wildlife


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Located in Uttarakhand, it is famous for sightseeing of large carnivorous mammals, and it gives photographers candid moments. There are apparently five different zones in the park consisting of different flora and fauna. Catching a tiger before your splendid lenses will not be easy, but you can try your luck.


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The park of Rajasthan is famous for luxurious train trips and safari. The most commonly sought animal for photography in candid moments is Bengal tigress with its cubs. Machli, one of the tigress is fond of posing before the cameras. Jeep Safari is advised to deepest to the park for spotting the tigers.

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This park attracts many tourists and wildlife photographers for photographing Snow Leopards. The challenges are that it is a ferocious animal which makes it difficult to capture it. If you are planning to take chance then this is the place for you. It also rich in flora and fauna making it the place for avid wildlife photographers. It is the largest national park in South Asia.The scenic beauty adds the significance of the park. Exploring the rich flora and fauna of the region you can click some of the best candid moments down here. The weather may play spoilsport but that what adds to the excitement.

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It is one of the most popular places for those who love to explore the wilderness and enjoy getting up close with nature. It has a lot to offer right from the Jungle Safari, boating to trekking in Nagarhole Forest. The jungle safari is a wonderful opportunity for all the environmental enthusiasts to mingle among the variety of flora and fauna. Enjoy the royal feel of an elephant safari for the view is just spectacular with dense forest all around and at times spotting various animals in their natural surroundings makes the ride worth it.

Image credit: InstagramBandipur National Park

Located in Karnataka, this park is famous for its wildlife riches which is 874 square km, and covers many endangered species of animals and flora. Bandipur National Park along with Mudumalai National Park, Wayanad National Park and Nagarhole National Park forms the Nilgiri biosphere reserve. Bandipur is one of India's first and finest Project-Tiger reserves, and also southern India's most famous. This reserve is the largest protected area in South India and the region with highest number of wild elephants in South Asia.

Image credit: InstagramPeriyar Tiger Reserve

Also known as the Thekkady Wildlife Sanctuary, the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve is situated in the hills of the Western Ghats and is home to no less than 1800 flowering plant species, 143 species of orchids, 35 mammal species, and 265 bird species. Other than the Royal Bengal Tigers that reside here, this sanctuary also boasts a substantial population of the Malabar Giant Squirrel, the endangered Lion-Tailed Macaque, Asian Elephant, Leopards, and Smooth-Coated Otters.

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