Popular National Parks

Satpura National Park


Satpura National Park is located in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh in India. Established in 1981, Satpura National Park covers a wide area of 524 sq km.

A part of the central Indian Highland Ecosystem, it spreads through the dense woody forest of evergreen sal, teak and bamboo. This National Park is extremely rocky and it is bestowed with sandstone peaks, narrow gorges, and ravines. Being a part of a unique ecosystem, Satpura National Park is very rich in biodiversity and it houses some of the rare species of the animal kingdom and a large verity of birds.

Panna National Park


Panna National Park is home to some of the best wildlife species in India. It is close to the world heritage site of Khajuraho, which you could also include in your itinerary. Spread over 543 sq Km of rugged landscape, scrubby vegetation, gorges, forest patches and plateaus, Panna is one of India's best tiger reserves. The Ken River which flows through the park is the main source of water for the wildlife, and breaks into breathtaking waterfalls. More than 20 species of mammals and 230 bird species inhabit Panna National Park. Besides wildlife, the small town of Panna is also famous for its diamond industry.

Pench National Park


Spread over a vast extend of 275 square kilometer, the Pench National Park, which snuggles in the southern gradients of the Satpura ranges is well known for its varied flora and fauna. A tropical dry deciduous forest in which the core vegetation is the Teak plant is also famed for the white Kullu trees .The river Pench, which divides the National Park into two, forms the sustenance of the Park.

Kanha National Park


Kanha National Park, located in Madhya Pradesh, is one of the best known tiger reserves in India. Snugly situated between Banjar and Halon valley, Kanha was declared a national park in 1955 and is an important Project Tiger Reserve. The Park is the result of earnest conservation efforts by the Indian government with remarkable cooperation from the local communities of the region.

Kanha national park covers a core area of 945 square km and its landscape includes grassy meadows, lush forests, streams and hills. The topography here is perfectly suited for a wide variety of flora and fauna that have taken root and flourished here. The serene settings at Kanha were the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s famous work, the Jungle Book.

Bandhavgarh National Park


Main attraction in the Bandhavgarh is Bandhavgarh National Park. This is a thriving national park with rich flora and fauna in an area of 450 sq km. The park with hilly terrains of sandstones and rocks is covered with marshy lands and meadows of dense forests. This National Park is a home to many varieties of animals including tigers, Indian bison, sambars, langurs and chitals. This wildlife sanctuary is having the highest population of tigers in India.

The National Park is surrounded by dense green trees and contains number of caves enclosing ancient shrines. These ancient caves are worthy of visiting and are adorned with ancient Sanskrit inscriptions.

Khangchendzonga National Park


Khangchendzonga National Park, located in the North Sikkim District, is a national park and a biosphere reserve. Earning its name from the mountain Kanchenjunga, this park spreads over an area of 849.5 sq km.

The park is home to many mammal species and around 550 bird species. Mammals that can be spotted in this national park are musk deer, Himalayan tahr, Tibetan wild ass and wild dog, among others.

Nokrek National Park


Nokrek National Park is located at a distance of about 2 km from the Tura Peak, within the West Garo Hills District of the Meghalaya State. The National Park has been named after the Nokrek Mountain Peak, which is about 1,412 m in height. This peak is considered to be the highest mountain peak in the Garo Hills and is an originating point of many rivers and streams, including the River Simsang. Nokrek National Park, located at distance of 45 km from Tura in west Garo hills district, is one of the most famous national parks of the state. This national park is rich in varieties of flora and fauna, which range from wild elephants and orchids to citrus-indica endemic and horn bill. In addition, Pheasant, Hollock, Python and Leopard Cat, can also be spotted in this national park.

Dudhwa National park


The Dudhwa National Park is notable for its marshy flats of grass. While the northern edge of the Park lies along the Indo-Nepal border, the River Suheli marks the southern boundary. The forest is covered with sal trees interspersed with marsh lands and grass lands. A Tiger Reserve since 1879, Dudhwa became a National Park in 1977 and adopted the Project Tiger in 1988. The diverse terrain of Dudhwa National Park is home to diverse flora & fauna.

Nagarhole National Park


Nagarhole National park, a part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve also known as 'Rajiv Gandhi National Park', is one of India’s best known wildlife reserves. This place beckons tourists from all over the world to have a rendezvous with nature and wildlife. It was set up in 1955, enriched with greenish forest cover, little streams, softy valleys and spectacular waterfalls, is one of the best-managed parks in the country.

Jim Corbett National Park


Jim Corbett National Park is located in the state of Uttaranchal in India. The National Park was named after Jim Corbett, who had hunted down a number of tigers here, after they turned man-eaters. Jim Corbett National Park India is the oldest National Park in India.

Jim Corbett National Park India is among the nine Tiger Reserves created as part of the Project Tiger, launched in 1973. Project Tiger was a program launched for tiger conservation. With a core area of around 520 sq km and more than 100 species of trees, around 50 mammal species, nearly 600 bird species and more than 20 reptile species, Corbett National Park truly offers tourists more than they can bargain for.


The Corbett National Park was once a popular hunting of the British and was named after the legendary Jim Corbett, the hunter -turned naturalist who contributed to the setting up of this park. Corbett National Park was the first national park to come under the Project tiger launched in Corbett Park in 1973 with the aid of world Wildlife Fund.