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Top 5 National Parks to Explore in South India - Witness the Wildlife

India  •  26 Jul, 2022  •  4,174 Views  •  ⭐ 5.0

Written by Shivani Chourasia

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The Dakshin Bharat, also known as South India or Peninsular India, offers spice plantations, beaches, honeymoon spots, and various water sports activities. The Indian states of South India include Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Telangana. You can also explore the union territories of Lakshadweep and Puducherry. Tourists can enjoy different cuisines, languages, cultures, and traditions, trekking and enjoy the panoramic views of the destination. While you are at the place, it is always a great idea to witness the wildlife of South India. So, here is a list of the top five National Parks in South India to watch the wildlife.


Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park has rich wildlife of flora and fauna in the Mysore district of Karnataka. It is near the Bandipur National Park. Also, you will witness the rich wildlife in this national park. A true paradise for nature lovers, there is a forest cover and varied topography with various species of animals. Some species include Tigers, Elephants, Gaurs, Jackals, Panthers, Mongoose, Civet cats, Sloth Bears, Hyenas and 250 bird species.

Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park is at a distance of 150 km from Coimbatore. This national park in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu is a part of the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. Also, the park is famous because it is home to various endangered and vulnerable species of birds and animals. Mudumalai National Park connects Eastern Ghat and Western Ghat and is known for the spellbinding landscapes complementing the Nilgiri Hills. People often visit Mudumalai National Park for birdwatching. Also, this park is being considered by UNESCO for the declaration as a World Heritage site.



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Bandipur National Park

Bandipur National Park is located in Karnataka. Once upon a time, the Maharaja of Mysore used it as a hunting ground. Since the establishment of Bandipur national Park as a reserve in 1974, it has become a popular tourist attraction. The national park is 80 km from Mysore in Tamil Nadu and is spread over 874 square km. There are endangered species like elephants, pythons, Panthers, Deer, Hornbills and Sloth Bears. Also, there are sandalwood trees and teak trees to explore.

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