Offbeat wildlife destinations India have

Those who plan for an exploring wildlife trip, they are always searching for the peaceful stopover to enjoy the landscape and wild species around. Several known and famous wildlife destinations have started becoming so crowded that you deserve to explore some unexplored wildlife destination to fulfill your desire for action packed adventure spot. Below is the list of some less explored wildlife destinations in India.

sanjay national park

Sanjay national park

Located in the Sidhi region of Madhya Pradesh, this national park is one of the hidden gems of wildlife tourism in India. This national park is a great place for the birdwatchers with around 300 bird species. A thick canopy of vegetation around is an abode to several animals like spotted deer, nilgai, tiger, chinkara and wild boar.  Along with dubri wildlife sanctuary, forms Sanjay –dubri tiger reserve.

Namdapha national park

Namdapha national park

It is the third largest national park in the country and a famous protected area in the biodiversity hotspot of the eastern Himalaya. This national park is a home to leopard, tiger, snow leopard and clouded leopard. While on the discovery of stunning wildlife places to visit in India, one cannot ignore the richness and the amazing beauty of this national park.

Khangchendzonga National Park

Khangchendzonga National Park

Called after the might mountain Kanchenjunga, this park is situated in the North Sikkim district where you can see the abundance of flora, mammal and avifauna species. For the fun –filled adventure vacations, this biosphere reserve makes it a very interesting place.

Indravati National Park

Indravati National Park

This is one of the finest protected forest areas and a tiger reserve in Chhattisgarh. This park is popular for having some rare species of Indian wild buffalo.  Travelling, visiting to this national reserve can only approach from Jagdalpur in Bastar district. The unique topography of the park is the main reason for varied kinds of wildlife including both carnivores and herbivores.

desert national park

Desert National Park

As the name is already suggesting, this park features a peculiar kind of ecosystem with sand dunes and rugged rocks.  The main attraction of this park is some rare left species of great Indian bustard along with Blackbuck and chinkara.

Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary

Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary is located in the northern part of Mahasamund in Chhattisgarh. This wildlife reserve is popular for its variety of stunning flora and fauna. Established in 1976, this century is an abode to jungle cat, sloth bear, gaur, flying squirrels along with some birds and replies.

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary

One of the best places to spot tigers in India is an Achanakmar wildlife sanctuary. Established in 1975, this place is an abode to many endangered species of animals, including – Bengal tiger, wild bison and leopard. You can easily travel to this wildlife sanctuary from Bilaspur around 60 km away.

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Spread over an area of 86 sq.km, the reserve is a gem of a place for the nature lovers. Located 2km away from poinguinim, a town in south Goa is covered with mixed deciduous woodland vegetation.  While traveling here you get to see some rare sights of porcupines, hyenas, panthers and gazelles.

Mollem National Park

Mollem National Park

Located around 57km east of Panaji, the park covers the area of around 107 sq. km.  The place is full of flora and fauna to indulge you into the eternal beauty of nature. Mollem National park gives you something different during your Goa trip.

Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary

Gautala Autramghat Sanctuary

For those unfamiliar wildlife places in India, Gautala sanctuary is surely to be included and visited. Located about 60 km from Aurangabad, Maharashtra, the sanctuary is blessed with the charm of tropical deciduous forests. While visiting this place you can spot a variety of animals like leopard cat, barking deer, jackal fox, leopard and chinkara.

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

This wildlife sanctuary is an asset to India. The park is a great destination to look for leopard, chinkara, jackal, jungle cat, wolf and sloth bear. This unusual ecosystem of water bodies provides a habitat to plenty of migratory birds from Mongolia, Siberia, including a variety of reptiles and animals.

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

This wildlife sanctuary is situated between Gondia and Bhandara districts of Maharashtra. The stunning landscape is the perfect destination for the wildlife tour in India. Tourists can easily spot a variety of wild creature as sambar, wild boar, panther, sloth bear and around 36 varieties of reptiles.