10 Amazing Forests in India

Known for its dense mangrove forests and the Royal Bengal Tiger. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sundarbans Mangrove Forest (West Bengal)

India's oldest national park, famous for its rich biodiversity. Home to tigers, elephants, and a variety of bird species.

Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand)

Located in the Western Ghats, known for its elephant reserve and picturesque landscapes. Offers boat cruises on Periyar Lake.

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary (Kerala)

The only place in the world where Asiatic lions can be found in the wild. Also home to leopards and a variety of birds.

Gir Forest National Park (Gujarat)

Inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book". Known for its tiger reserve and diverse wildlife.

Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh)

Famous for its population of the one-horned rhinoceros. A UNESCO World Heritage Site with a rich variety of flora and fauna.

Kaziranga National Park (Assam)

Part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, known for its tiger population. Offers safaris to view wildlife in their natural habitat.

Bandipur National Park (Karnataka)

The largest protected area in the Eastern Himalayas. Known for its diverse ecosystems and rare species like the snow leopard.

Namdapha National Park (Arunachal Pradesh)

A pristine rainforest located in the Western Ghats. Famous for its rich biodiversity and unique species of flora and fauna.

Silent Valley National Park (Kerala)

Known for its historic Ranthambore Fort and large tiger population. Offers excellent opportunities for wildlife photography.

Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan)