Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Situated in the midst of the mountains in Nainital, Uttarakhand. Jim Corbett is the oldest National Park in India and is a part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. You can take a safari ride and drive around and explore the rich wildlife of the Park. If you are lucky, you may even spot a white tiger roaming in the Park. The natural beauty and the wilderness of the Park attract wildlife and nature lovers from all across the world. You can also spot elephants, spotted deer, sambhar deer. You can explore the beauty of Nainital, go for some adventurous activities near Nainital or just relax near the Corbett falls. If you take a permit, then you can spend a night and have a bonfire night in the midst of nature.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Situated in Assam, Kaziranga is famous for the endangered one-horned rhinoceros in the world. You will find a large number of rhinoceros walking, eating grass and enjoying their natural habitat. Apart from the rhinoceros, you can find plenty of tigers, elephants and other wildlife species. In 2006, it was declared as Tiger Reserve Forest. The ideal time to visit is between November to April. If you are going in the winter time, you might spot some migratory birds in the forests. You can also go for a cruising ride in the Brahmaputra waters and witness some water species. Next time when you visit Assam or the Northeast states make sure you plan a trip to Kaziranga.
Periyar National Park, Kerala
Situated in the foothills of Cardamom hills in Kerala, Periyar National Park is famous for elephants grazing the fields and quenching their thirst on the lakeside, which is an artificial lake in the middle of the forest. You will also find other wildlife species like tigers, deer, Nilgiri tahrs, etc. The beautiful mountains and wonderful landscapes are enough for a nature lover to fall in love with this Park in first sight. You can go trekking in the forest, and take part in water activities that happen in the Periyar Lake and enjoy your trip.
Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim
This National Park gets its name from the Kanchenjunga mountains. It is located in the heart of the Himalayan range from where you can enjoy the picturesque view of the valleys, plains, glaciers and snowcapped mountains. You get to see the rare red pandas, snow leopards, Tibetan antelopes among the variety of mountainous wildlife species. The best time to visit this National Park in Sikkim is in between April and May. Apart from visiting the National Park, you can go sightseeing in the nearby city that is Gangtok or enjoy the scenic natural view of the mountains.