Ex­pe­ri­ence the best of wildlife this sea­son

The Hitavada - - PASTIME -

SA­FARI in the nat­u­ral for­est is ex­pe­di­tion to ob­serve the wildlife in its nat­u­ral habi­tat. There are sev­eral sanc­tu­ar­ies and na­tional parks in In­dia that cap­ti­vate wildlife pho­tog­ra­phers to click some of the best views, en­clos­ing can­did mo­ments and rare sights.

These sa­fari places in In­dia sug­gest where you can dis­cover wildlife through your lens and re­ally catch can­did mo­ments it by your lenses:

Cor­bett Na­tional Park

Lo­cated in Ut­tarak­hand one of the places for wildlife pho­tog­ra­phy, where the jeep sa­fari goes deep in­side the park. It is fa­mous for sight­see­ing of large car­niv­o­rous mam­mals, and it gives pho­tog­ra­phers can­did mo­ments. There are ap­par­ently five dif­fer­ent zones in the park con­sist­ing of dif­fer­ent flora and fauna. The rich bio­di­ver­sity gives the pho­tog­ra­phers a notably bril­liant chance to catch the can­did mo­ments and also splen­did pho­to­graphs. The Hi­malayan foothill gives it an ex­tra edge over other parks. Catch­ing a tiger be­fore your splen­did lenses will not be easy, but you can try your luck.

Ranthambore Na­tional Park

own place in ex­plor­ing the wildlife. The park of Ra­jasthan is fa­mous for lux­u­ri­ous train trips and sa­fari. The most com­monly sought an­i­mal for pho­tog­ra­phy in can­did mo­ments is Ben­gal ti­gress with its cubs. Machli, one of the ti­gress is fond of pos­ing be­fore the cam­eras. This is the per­fect place for click­ing can­did pic­tures of dan­ger­ous an­i­mals. Jeep Sa­fari is ad­vised to deep­est to the park for spot­ting the tigers. Here are some places listed above for click­ing per­fect can­did mo­ments in the wildlife. The pho­tog­ra­phers are ad­vised to take help of ex­pe­ri­enced guide and pho­tog­ra­phers for the best ex­pe­ri­ence.

Hemis Na­tional Park

This park at­tracts many tourists and wildlife pho­tog­ra­phers for pho­tograph­ing Snow Leop­ards. The chal­lenges are that it is a fe­ro­cious an­i­mal which makes it dif­fi­cult to cap­ture it. If you are plan­ning to take chance then this is the place for you. It also rich in flora and fauna mak­ing it the place for avid wildlife pho­tog­ra­phers. It is the largest na­tional park in South Asia.The scenic beauty adds the sig­nif­i­cance of the park. Ex­plor­ing the rich flora and fauna of the re­gion you can click some of the best can­did mo­ments down here. The weather may play spoil­sport but that what adds to the ex­cite­ment.


It is one of the most pop­u­lar haunts for those who love to ex­plore the wilder­ness and en­joy get­ting up close with na­ture. It has a lot to of­fer right from the Jun­gle Sa­fari, boat­ing to trekking in Na­gar­hole For­est. The na­ture walk in the for­est is a must if you want to re­con­nect with the sur­round­ings and na­ture all over again. The jun­gle sa­fari is a won­der­ful op­por­tu­nity for all the en­vi­ron­men­tal en­thu­si­asts to min­gle among the va­ri­ety of flora and fauna. En­joy the royal feel of an ele­phant sa­fari for the view is just spec­tac­u­lar with dense for­est all around and at times spot­ting var­i­ous an­i­mals in their nat­u­ral sur­round­ings makes the ride worth it. A trip to Ka­bani can in­tro­duce you to the world of misty forests, val­leys and wa­ter­course.

Bandipur Na­tional Park

Lo­cated in Karnataka, this park is fa­mous for its wildlife riches which is 874 square km, and cov­ers many en­dan­gered species of an­i­mals and flora. Bandipur Na­tional Park along with Mudu­malai Na­tional Park, Wayanad Na­tional Park and Na­gar­hole Na­tional Park forms the Nil­giri bio­sphere re­serve. Bandipur is one of In­dia's first and finest Project-Tiger re­serves, and also south­ern In­dia's most fa­mous. Its price­less tiger and leop­ard habi­tat is home to three rivers and rep­re­sents in part the best re­main­ing haunt of the en­dan­gered Asi­atic ele­phant, Indian wild dog and a plethora of life in all its sub­limely un­der­stated forms and colours This re­serve is the largest pro­tected area in South In­dia and the re­gion with high­est num­ber of wild ele­phants in South Asia.

Peri­yar Tiger Re­serve

Also known as the Thekkady Wildlife Sanc­tu­ary, the Peri­yar Wildlife Sanc­tu­ary and Tiger Re­serve is si­t­u­ated in the hills of the Western Ghats and is home to no less than 1800 flow­er­ing plant species, 143 species of or­chids, 35 mam­mal species, and 265 bird species. Other than the Royal Ben­gal Tigers that re­side here, this sanc­tu­ary also boasts a sub­stan­tial pop­u­la­tion of the Mal­abar Gi­ant Squir­rel, the en­dan­gered Lion-Tailed Macaque, Asian Ele­phant, Leop­ards, and Smooth-Coated Ot­ters. Vis­i­tors to one of In­dia's finest wildlife sanc­tu­ar­ies can en­joy trekking, ele­phant rides through the jun­gle, and boat­ing on the Peri­yar Lake.

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