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Wildlife Sanctuaries in India

One of the best forests in the world for tiger sightings, Ranthambore National Park is by far one of the most famous wildlife sanctuaries in India. Spread over an area of nearly 400 square kilometers, Ranthambore is by far one of the most famous and one of the highly visited wildlife sanctuaries in India.


Sariska National Park One of the important wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan, and once in India. Known as Sariska Tiger Reserve, Sariska became a wildlife reserve in 1958. It was included in the Project Tiger of India in 1979 and declared a Tiger Reserve. Occupying a large area of 866 kilometers.