1. Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary
It was established in 1910 in the state of J & K of Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary. These are rocky cliffs and grasslands with rocky outflows. This Sanctuary is located in the western Himalayas
and is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna along with grasslands, and there are many species of leopards, musk deer, Himalayan black bears, Himalayan brown beers and otter, which are found here.
2. Jim Corbett National Park
This National Park is situated between the deciduous forests and the mixed area of its mountain cedar forests. It was established in 1936 in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand of Jim Corbett National Park.
This Corbett National Park is home to Bengal Tiger, Leopard, Leopard Cat, Elephant, Sambhar Lion and Golden Jackal etc. Jim Corbett National Park is one of the biologically diverse areas in India.
3. Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary
This Sunderbans Wildlife Sanctuary is home to a wide variety of species of flora and fauna. Protected forest area in West Bengal was declared a National Park in 1984.
It is a rich biosphere reserve and is part of Sunderbans located in Ganges delta. These include tiger, leopard cat, fishing cats and more than 70 different types of spatial birds.
4. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary
This Manas Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the foothills of the Himalayas. This sanctuary is a house of rare scales and contains endangered species of tigers,
Asian elephants, golden cat, leopards, cloud leopards, slow Loris and chital animals. It was located in Assam; this Manas Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1985.
5. Kaziranga National Park
These include species of tigers, rhinoceros, elephants and Asian water buffaloes, swamp deer, monster lizards, and spectrum cobra. This Kaziranga National Park is located in Assam.
These forests are spread over an area of 430 sq. Km. It is known for the Indian one-horned rhinoceros and the largest population of tigers in the world.
6. Ranthambore National Park
These protected forests are also famous for their large banyan trees and it is a medieval fort. They are located between the Banes and the confluence of Chambal River.
It is considered one of the best places to see Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore National Park is located in Rajasthan. These are tiger, hyena, sloth bear and chital etc. Some rare species are found here.
7. Sasan Gir National Park
Due to its diverse eco system and geography, this Gir Forest National Park is home to a large variety of flora and fauna. These rare species Asian lions, leopards, sloth bears, wild cats, spectrum
many rare species of cobras and birds of the animals found here are also found here. This Sasan Gir National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Gujarat for the rich population of Asian lions.
8. Kanha National Park
This Kanha National Park was established in 1955 and is visited by thousands of tourists every year. Although these writing it jungle book though the story was actually set up in Pench National Park, India. This park has grass fields and open bamboo forests.
This park is famous for being the original source of Rudyard Kipling imagery. The species of rare animals found in this park are Tigers, Leopards, Wild dogs, Jacques and these sloth bears etc., which spread over 940 square kilometers of Kanha National Park in large scale, is the largest national park in Madhya Pradesh.
9. Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary of Bharatpur National Park
This Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary or Bharatpur National Park was built almost 250 years ago. It is formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary of Avifauna Sanctuary, located in Rajasthan.
It is famous for housing of more than 230 species of birds. This Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary was declared a bird sanctuary in 1971. Their name was named after Rajput King Maharaja Suraj Mal by the name of a Shiva temple situated within the jungle.
10. Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary
These rare species found here are tigers, elephants, Travancore flying squirrels, fruit bat, giant squirrels, wild pigs and its tail-tailed macaws. It is spread over 305 square kilometers.
Being situated between mountain ranges, the protected area is famous for the population of Indian tigers and Asian elephants. It was located by Periyar River in Kerala, in 1928, Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary was established.