Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Top National Parks in India

Wildlife enthusiasts buying tickets aboard flights arriving in India can closely observe the country’s unmatched biodiversity by visiting the following national parks.

Jim Corbett
Named after the famed hunter-explorer Jim Corbett, this is among the best maintained sanctuaries for the tigers in India. Well connected by roads, those purchasing tickets for Delhi flights can get here after a few hours’ drive. Best time to visit include late summer as well as autumn to spring. Key attractions here are various indigenous plant species, myriad reptiles, elephants and the spotted deer.

Those booking flights tickets to the pink city of Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan can easily visit Ranthambore during their holiday. Home to an ancient fort popular among visitors, the protected wildlife reserve nearby is one of the best places for a safari in India. Apart from a range of indigenous plants and rare birds, various species of deer including blackbucks and tigers also abound here. Though open round the year, ideal time to visit is from early autumn to late spring, as summer temperatures are uncomfortably high.

Famed as one of the few places in India to see the one-horned rhinocerous, Kaziranga is among the most well maintained reserves in the country. The ideal time to come here is from late autumn to early spring as during other times of the year, the lush green elephant grass obscures viewing of the wildlife. Holidaymakers can take flights to Guwahati, capital of Assam state in India and subsequent buy tickets to avail the public transport or book taxis to reach their destination.

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