Tigers, rhinos, elephants, peacock and many unseen floras, yes we are talking about jungles in India. For centuries, jungles and India have been synonymous terms and people from all round the world fascinated about India’s enriched wild-lives. The suitable climatic conditions of Indian subcontinent have made jungles always dense and green. Dense jungles in India have been home for some rare species since ages.
India and its each and every corner have been bestowed with some of the most beauteous greeneries. Although being second largest populated nation in the world, India is very rich geographically beginning from Himalayans to Kanyakumari.
Mapping Jungles in India
There is no region in India that does not have jungles. In modern times, these jungles are being conserved and sanctuaries are set up for their preservation. In India, there are loads of sanctuaries, national parks and reserves that are not only huge in area but imbedded plentiful nature’s artistry. Some sanctuaries have been specially set for birds, some for animals and some of them for floras.
Beginning with the northern India, Jim National Corbett Park, Sariska in Delhi, Ranathambor in Rajasthan and many others have been the main jungles and parks. In the other parts of India, Gir at Rajasthan, Sundarban at West Bengal and Bangladesh are main attractions of Indian jungles.
Apart from that, southern India can be termed as the jewel for Indian jungles. In south India, there are countless jungles. Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala have been the main jungle spots India.
Features of Indian Jungles
Indian jungles are not only enriched with greeneries but also some of the rare species. Kazhiranga Park is known for its richness of rhinos; Gir for lions, Sundarban for tigers, and south India jungles for rare herbs, plants like sandal and many others. Also, Indian jungles are mostly green round the year and that is why fine for visiting in any seasons.
People come at these jungles as they serve in a tranquillizing thrill and relaxing experiences. Freshness and smell of soil really refreshes one. People can tour jungles in India, in any season as temperatures are always suitable. In addition, while touring jungles in India, one can gets loads of help and guidelines from experts and consultancies.
Several tours and trekking offers show the craze for Indian jungles. Families, kids, trips, camping simple trip and touring, or for any other purpose; Indian jungles avails enjoyment and pleasure to everyone.