Indian Wildlife Sanctuaries to explore this weekend

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The Corbett National Park leads the list as it is not only one of the oldest national parks in India, but has been named after Jim Corbett, the famous wildlife story writer. It was founded in 1936 with the aim of protecting the Bengal tigers

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Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is located within the famous Cardamom Hills and around the Periyar River. The wildlife sanctuary operates as a protected tiger and elephant reserve.

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Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Kerala

Sundarbans National Park is the largest mangrove forest in the world and is spread over more than ten thousand kilometers. Home to the famous royal Bengal tiger, the Sundarbans is also well-known for its crocodile and snake population

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Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal

Kaziranga has vast fields of tall elephant grass, which will leave you impressed by their size. The park is a World Heritage Site and is home to two-thirds of the one-horned rhinoceros population in the world. About 50% of the wild Asiatic water buffalo population lives in the swamps here.

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Kaziranga National Park in Assam

The Ranthambore National Park is ranked high when it comes to the leading wild sanctuaries in India. Surrounded by the Banas and the Chambal River, the pride of this national park is the majestic tiger. 

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Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan

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