Wandering about and witnessing the wildlife sanctuary in India can be quite an adventurous, unique, mysterious and fascinating experience for nature lovers. Whether it is done while riding on an elephant's back, or from a jeep or from a boat, the excitement and pleasure that one can have while spotting herds of wild elephants, deer in their natural habitat or watching a peacock dance in all its splendour is a delightful moment one can have.
The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks spread across the country offer a fascinating diversity of terrain, flora and fauna. India has preserved vast land for forests and habitats in its 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries and 80 National Parks and 23 tiger reserves established by the Government of India in an attempt to conserve Indian wildlife which have become tourist destinations for visitors from all around the world.
India’s wildlife sanctuaries covers a large trace of land having more than 500 species of mammals, over 2000 species of birds, over 500 species of reptiles and amphibians and around 30000 species of insects!