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Top 10 National Parks in India for Indian Safaris

Famous National Parks in India - Corbett National Park

There are many different ways you can choose to spend a vacation in India.

But if you’re a nature lover looking for thrills and excitement, the number of National Parks in India is astounding (106,) with each offering an unforgettable holiday experience.

With its extensive range of ecosystems and wildlife diversity, the Indian subcontinent has a lot to offer any wildlife lover.

There are countless protected areas in the country, each with its own distinctive charm.

In order to narrow down the choices for you, we’ve highlighted the top 10 National Parks in India for viewing birds and animals in their natural habitat.

Note that entry to all the national parks of India is restricted to a limited number of registered open-topped vehicles per day, which tend to sell out fast.

So we advise you to book your Indian safaris online well in advance– around 3 months is best– in order to avoid last-minute disappointment.

Read on for our guide to the best Indian national parks for safaris, including details on the Indian wildlife you can see there as well as online booking info. 

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Top 10 National Parks in India Guide

  1. Corbett National Park (Utrakhand)
  2. Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh)
  3. Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan) 
  4. Sariska Tiger Reserve (Rajasthan)
  5. Bandhavgarh National Park (Madhya Pradesh)
  6. Pench National Park (Maharashtra)
  7. Tadoba Wildlife Sanctuary (Maharashtra)
  8. Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary (Maharashtra)
  9. Kaziranga National Park (Assam)
  10. Gir National Park (Gujarat)

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Bengal Tiger at Corbett National Park via Canva

1. Corbett National Park (Utrakhand)

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Named after the legendary hunter Jim Corbett, Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India.

The subject of many exciting wildlife films and documentaries, Corbett attracts visitors in an endless stream, both from within the country and other parts of the world.

Corbett has a huge population of Bengal Tigers (around 231), which makes it the densest park in the world and one of the Top 10 National Parks in India.

Asian elephants and nearly 550 species of birds have also been recorded here. Other animals that can be seen in this Indian National Park include leopards, langurs, rhesus macaques, and sloth bears.

Muggers and gharial crocodiles also abound in the waters of the Ramganga River, the lifeline of Corbett.

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