National Parks in India with Endangered & Exotic Species

The world is full of Endangered and Unknown species out of them some species can be spotted in India. The National parks of India provides an opportunity to visitors to see the endangered predators and some unknown species that will rose your goosebumps and makes you shocked. So, come and join us in this virtual tour of national parks with endangered species.

  1. Kaziranga National Park, Assam- One Horned Rhinoceros
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Kaziranga National Park is located in the northeast Indian state of Assam and it is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Kaziranga is having the world’s largest population of one-horned rhinoceroses. Apart from rhino’s you can also spot dolphins and many rare migratory birds near Kaziranga village.

Entry Fee

INR 100 for Indians & INR 650 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

November to March

Click Below for Location on Map

Kanchanjuri, Assam 784177
  1. Gir Forest National Park, Gujarat- For Asiatic Lions
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Gir Forest National Park is located in Gir, Gujarat, India. This national park is having endangered Asiatic lions along with leopards and antelopes.Gir National park is also a home to wildlife including vultures and pythons.

Entry Fee

INR 75 for Indians & INR 100 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

December to March

Click Below for Location on Map

Gir, Gujarat
  1. Khangchendzonga National Park- Rare Red Panda
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Khangchendzonga National Park is located in Assam also known as Kanchenjunga Biosphere Reserve.The national park is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The park is a home of cutest red panda along with 422 species of medicinal plants. It’s also houses seven species of cat and different species of birds and animals.

Entry Fee

INR 200 for Indians & INR 400 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

Between April and May

Click Below for Location on Map

Sikkim, India
  1. Hemis National Park- Catch the Cool Snow Leopards
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Hemis National Park is located in Ladakh, India. This national park is globally famous for its snow leopard. Hemis national park is having highest density of snow leopards in the world. The endangered Eurasian Brown Bear is also present in Hemis along with the Mountain Weasel and Red Fox.

Entry Fee

INR 20 for Indians & INR 100 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

Between May to October

Click Below for Location on Map

Leh & Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir
  1. Sundarbans National Park- Royal Bengal Tiger, Estuarine Crocodile and Dolphins

Sundarbans National Park is located in Kolkata, West Bengal, India. Sundarbans is a home of some endangered species such as Estuarine Crocodile and Dolphins. This national park is famous for it’s Royal Bengal Tiger. Visit this park while enjoying a boat ride.

Entry Fee

INR 60 for Indians & INR 200 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

September to March

Click Below for Location on Map

Kolkata, West Bengal 743370
  1. Silent Valley National Park- Lion Tailed Macaque
Lion Tailed Macaque
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Silent Valley National Park is located in Kerala, India. Silent Valley national park has some rare species of flora and fauna with the endangered Lion Tailed Macaque. This park is one of the most peaceful places of India away from hustle bustle of the city, provides you a trekking and camping. The park is having 16 different birds species which are threatened such as Nilgiri Wood Pigeon.

Entry Fee

INR 50 for Indians

Best Time to Visit

November to March

Click Below for Location on Map

Wildlife Warden, Silent Valley Division, Mannarkkad, Palakkad, Kerala 678582
  1. Jaldapara National Park- Spot here Most Beautiful Endangered Bengal Floricans
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Jaldapara National Park is located in Alipurduar, West Bengal on the bank of Torsa river. This national park is the hotspot for the endangered Bengal Floricans. The park is also having the largest population of one horned rhino’s after Kaziranga National Park. Jaldapara National Park is paradise for Ornithologist (bird lovers).

Entry Fee

INR 100 for Indians & 150 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

November to March

Click Below for Location on Map

Jaldapara, Uttar Madarihat, West Bengal 735220
  1. Manas National Park- Rare Species of Assam Roofed Turtle & Many More
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Manas National Park is located in Assam, India. Manas National Park is having varieties of endangered species. Assam Roofed Turtle, Hispid Hare, Golden Langur and Pygmy Hod are some of them. This park is a house of approx 55 species of mammals, 380 species of birds and it is also a popular destination of river rafting.

Entry Fee

INR 200 for Indians & 2000 for Foreigners

Best Time to Visit

November to April

Click Below for Location on Map

Manas Road, Barangabari Gyati Village, Dist Baksa, Gobardhana, Assam 781315
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