Back to Nature: 10 Winter Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

By - Great India Heritage

Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

This sprawling national park is home to tigers, leopards, sloth bears, and a variety of other animals. The dry winter months make it easier to spot wildlife.

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for its tiger population and is one of the best places to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.

Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand 

This is the oldest national park in India and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, elephants, and sloth bears. 

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra 

This tiger reserve is home to the highest density of tigers in India. The park is also home to leopards, sloth bears, and many other animals. Winter is a good time to visit this national park.

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh 

This national park is known for its high density of tigers and is also home to leopards, sloth bears, and a variety of other animals. 

Kaziranga National Park, Assam 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to the one-horned rhinoceros as well as tigers, elephants, and many other animals. This park is located in the Brahmaputra river valley.

Gir National Park, Gujarat 

This national park is the only home of the Asiatic lion in the wild. The park is also home to leopards, sloth bears, and a variety of other animals. Winter is a good time to visit.

Periyar National Park, Kerala 

This national park is located in the Western Ghats and is home to a variety of wildlife including elephants, tigers, leopards, and gaur. There is also a large population of birds in the park.

Keoladeo National Park, Rajasthan 

This national park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to a variety of birds, including migratory birds from Siberia.

Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal 

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the largest mangrove forest in the world and is home to a variety of wildlife, including tigers, leopards, and crocodiles.