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Palamau Tiger Reserve

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Tiger Reserve in Jharkhand Palamau Tiger Reserve is located just 161 km away from Ranchi, the capital city of Jharkhand. The Palamau Tiger Reserve stretches from the edge of the Netarhat hill range in the south to the Auranga River in the north and from the Latehar-Sarju road in the east to Madhya Pradesh border in the west. The entire ... Read More »

Indravati National Park

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Indravati National Park Chhattisgarh Indravati National Park is one of the finest and most renowned wildlife parks of Chhattisgarh. It is the only Tiger Reserve in the state, located in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh. This sanctuary derives its name from the Indravati River, which flows from east to west and forms the northern boundary of the reserve with the Indian ... Read More »

Desert National Park

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National Park In Rajasthan The Desert National Park is a protected sanctuary situated in the Indian state of Rajasthan near Jaisalmer. Considered largest not in the state but also in the state of Rajasthan, this park has the catchments area of nearly 3100 sq. km. The desert is a harsh place to sustain life and thus most of the fauna ... Read More »

Betla National Park

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Betla National Park is home to the world’s first tiger census in 1932 and now part of Project Tiger, this undeniable natural gem of the state is situated in the west of Ranchi nearly 140 km away and is one of the best places in India for wild elephants and tiger sightings. The whole Palamau Sanctuary covers around 1026 sq ... Read More »

Bandipur National Park

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Lying at the heart of an extensive at the confluence of Western Ghats and Nilgiri hills, Bandipur National Park is situated within Chamarajanagar district in the southern state of Karnataka. Set up by Maharaja of Mysore in 1931, Bandipur was notified as National park in 1974 under the Wildlife protection act. Hunting reserve of the bygone Maharaja of Mysore Bandipur, ... Read More »