Anyone going to Bandhavgarh National Park and enjoying Bandhavgarh Fort along with it can feel the natural beauty at its zenith. With an undulating landscape while having 32 hills including flat plateaus and overhanging cliffs, it is a sheer pleasure to visit this National Park. As there is no dearth of some of the perennial streams and rivulets crisscrossing this park creating fertile vegetation, all this makes the riverbanks more than beautiful.
Moreover, as the area’s combination of hills, rivers and valleys, meadows and marshes are great, it gives ample of opportunity to enjoy the bounty without any hassles. With its unique biodiversity that is evident in the varied luxuriant vegetation, one could feel the magnificence of Bandhavgarh’s forests as well. Most of them are moist deciduous forest type and that is what makes them lush green and dense at beauty as well.
There are sheltered valleys as well that are covered with moist evergreen Sal forests. Now this is where exquisite beauty can be experienced as the drier slopes and plains are covered giving the feel of mixed forest. There is no dearth of dense tracts of bamboo that are scattered throughout the valleys, which make things just beautiful and gorgeous. As far as two major meadows are concerned, these are Chakradhara and Rajbehra.
India wildlife is also rich with its ever famous Kaziranga National Park that is situated in Assam. Homing best lot of Indian Rhinoceros, it is declared a World Heritage Site, by UNESCO in 1985. As we know that Kaziranga National Park lies in the flood plains of the Brahmaputra River and is flat country with elephant grass and shallow swamps, it makes it more than significant and worthwhile for those travelers who are on a lookout for some real fun and amazement.
There is also Kanha National Park, which is in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The magnificence of this park can be felt as we take into account the picturesque and breathtaking views. In fact, this is what makes it more than rich and gorgeous in terms of presentation. In fact, it is the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s unforgettable classic Jungle Book. With 1,940 sq km of bamboo thickets, extensive grasslands and dense sal forests making up Kanha, it is one of the most impressive pieces of natural beauty and appeal. Another largest wildlife reserve in Asia, Kanha National Park constitutes one of the first Project Tiger reserves in India.
Keoladeo Ghana National ParkBirds at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary situated at Bharatpur is again one of the most sought after entities. With finest birding areas in the world, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is a reserve that offers protection to zoological species thus making it more than beautiful. Without a tad of doubt, India Wildlife is richer than one can imagine.