06 Jul 2019
Done with hills? Here are five National parks near Delhi
Traveling is all about exploring new places, getting some fresh air, seeing the unseen, and doing the undone.
Then why should vacations always be about pretty hill towns? They shouldn't be.
The adventure soul in you deserves to see the wild side of our travel-versatile country. And what better a way than the amazing National Parks.
Here are five best National parks near Delhi.
Sultanpur National Park
A perfect picnic spot for Delhiites, the Park has birds like the Common Hoopoe, Common Spoonbill, Paddy field pipit, Purple sunbird, Little cormorant, Eurasian thick-knee, Gray francolin, and Indian roller.
Jim Corbett National Park
Based in the Nainital district, and spread over a sprawling area of 1,300 sq. km, it is known for its majestic, striped tigers, wild elephants, sloth bears, langurs, peacocks, and gharials.
The place is great for a short weekend-trip.
Bandhavgarh National Park
Apart from featuring the mighty Royal Bengal tiger, the region is also rich in leopards.
Other attractions are Wild boar, the Indian bison, Sambar, barking deer, langurs, and nearly 250 species of birds and several reptiles.
Ranthambore National Park
With rocky plains and sloppy cliffs, Ranthambore is quite popular mainly because of its proximity to the national capital.
Take a Jeep Safari to spot the tigers there. Also, there are hundreds of bird species to be spotted.
Kanha National Park
Experience the picturesque setting featured in Rudyard Kipling's classic novel- The Jungle Book at the Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Boasting of lush saal, bamboo woods, streams, and grasslands, it is known for preserving many endangered species.
Apart from tiger safaris, the park is popular for its barasinghas, and many other species of birds and mammals.