India, the land of diversity and beauty, is a mix of number of different kinds of species and floras in a variety of splendid natural environment. It is the same country that beholds a number of different kinds of rare and attractive species. People are really amazed to see natures rich and diverse wildlife preserved in 89 national parks, 13 Bio reserves and 400+ wildlife sanctuaries across the country.
A nature lover will surely be mesmerized to find this vividness and beauty preserved in such an organized way. Lying within the Indomalaya ecozone, India is home to about 7.6% of all mammalian, 12.6% of avian, 6.2% of reptilian, and 6.0% of flowering plant ;species. A tourist attracts to this country to have the glimpses of large and rare mammals including the Asian Elephant, Royal Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Leopard, Sloth Bear and Indian Rhinoceros in different wild reserves and sanctuaries. These sanctuaries are typically meant for these species and bring natural habitats for them for their comforts and protected living. Where Ranthambore (in Rajasthan), Bandhavgarh (in MP), Corbett (in Uttrakhand) National Parks are famous for the natural habitat of Royal Bengal tigers and other rare but attractive species. Kaziranga National Park is famed for Great one horned rhinoceros in India. Equally, Gir National Park in Gujarat will allow you to have the majestic view of Asiatic lion. Tourists interested in bird-watching must visit the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary that is located in Rajasthan which is famous for the migratory Siberian Crane.
A visit to all these major wildlife reserves will surely spellbind your senses into a sensible experience to admire the natures wonders and its masterpieces.