Monsoon is one of those seasons which is adored and loved by everyone. Long hours of showering of rain, serene fragrance of mud and meadows of lush green land, all together they make a perfect aura that sooth your mind, body and soul. This is the very time when the beauty of wildlife will be on its peak, with waving lush green trees, peacock dancing and everywhere spreading only the happiness.
Providing you the experience of all these things we have brought to you a consolidated list of the Wildlife sanctuaries in India to Visit in Monsoon. So get your bag packed and get ready to enjoy the jungle safari while watching the natural charm of Mother Nature.
- Dachigam National Park
- Hemis National Park in Jammu and Kashmir
- Valley of Flower National Park in Uttarakhand
- Periyar National Park in Kerala
- Ranthambore National Park
- Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand
- Tadoba National Park
- Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh
- Kabini National Park in Karnataka
- Bandipur National Park in Karnataka
- Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary in Karnataka
1. Dachigam National Park
Apart from snowy mountains and white spread carpet, there is one more reason for which Jammu and Kashmir is famous for and that reason is the rich and amazing wildlife of the state. One such place is Dachigam National Park. The park is receives very less rainfall which make this national park not-so wet trip for you all. The major fauna attractions of this national park are leopard cat, Himalayan Grey Langur and many more. Kashmiri Stag and yellow Throated Marten can often be seen in here during the monsoon season. Numerous of birds species make your India wildlife tourism memorable.
2. Hemis National Park in Jammu and Kashmir
One of the most amazing wildlife sanctuaries in northern India, Hemis National Park is compact with magnificent mountains, noise free surroundings and all major activities that will be a pleasing experience for all adventure enthusiasts. Watching the scenic beauty of this national park during monsoon will surely be a pleasing treat for eyes. While doing your safari you can watch some of the rare species of animals such as Asiatic ibex, the Eurasian Brown Bear and Himalayan marmot along with other species watching which will be a pleasing experience for you. The charismatic ambience overlooking the grand Himalayan peaks will surely enhance your north India tour packages.
3. Valley of Flower National Park in Uttarakhand
Evident to its name, Valley of Flower is a pure charm where you can enjoy the beauty of the nature at its best. Many rare species of wild flowers such as sediams, saxifrags, lilies, calendular, poopy, daisies, petunia are enhancing the beauty of this place. With that the Valley of Flower is also featuring as the house to many wild animals such as snow leopard, Asiatic black deer, musk deer, brown bear, red fox and many others. Enjoying monsoon at Flower Valley amidst the numerous colorful butterflies will surely be a pleasing experience for you all.
Suggested Tour: 8 Nights 9 Days Central India Wildlife Tour
4. Periyar National Park in Kerala
God’s own country Kerala is blessed with bounty of natural beauty. This why the place is compact with some of the best wildlife reserves and one among all is Periyar National Park. The national park is perfect place for all those who are on their south India tours. This national park is blessed with abundance of natural beauty along with some exotic species of animals, birds and vegetation that makes this place a perfect example of rich bio-diversity of the country. Your monsoon visit to this Periyar National Park will be pleasing and charming experience which all you to enjoy the elephant safari and leopards.
Suggested Tour: 10 Nights 11 Days South India Wildlife Tour
5. Ranthambore National Park
The brave land of Rajasthan is not only famous for forts and palace but the rich bio-diversity of this state is also worth watching. Visiting the scorching land of Rajasthan during the season of Monsoon is going to be an Oasis experience for you all. Travellers, who travel to Rajputana under their Rajasthan tour packages, are offered with the pleasing weather of monsoon which makes your visit to Ranthambore National Park a memorable one. The national park was once been served as the hunting ground for the maharaja of Jaipur. The presence of royal Bengal Tiger indulging in its daily activities and taking care of the younger ones surely makes your tour a memorable one. The elephant safari, jungle safari and other way of exploring Ranthambore National Park will surely make your Rajasthan tour memorable.
Suggested Tour: 9 Nights 10 Days Sariska Ranthambore Wildlife Tour
6. Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand
A perfect destination to visit in Monsoon, Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is another wildlife national park where one can enjoy their Monsoon time. The visit to this national park includes spectacular view to majestic Himalayan belt, exploration of the wildlife of the park and cherishing the rich bio-diversities of Corbett National Park. Animals such as leopards, Nilgai, Sloth Bear, Flying Fox, Birds such as Kingfisher, Woodpecker, Eagle, Sunbird and numerous of vegetation are the real treasure of this park. Travellers can also enjoy the gushing river which looks really enchanting in the rainy season.
Suggested Tour: 12 Nights 13 Days Ranthambore Corbett Wildlife Tour Package
7. Tadoba National Park
Beautiful and amazing the Tadoba National Park is famous as the oldest national parks in India. This national park in Maharashtra is something that plays a significant role in Mumbai tours. Travellers can enjoy watching the Bengal Tigers and get rejuvenated in the pleasing weather of monsoon. Maharashtra during the season of monsoon offers its travellers a perfect time to sooth their mind and soul. Along with tiger, the national park is also serving as the natural habitat of various species such as hyenas, wild dogs, sloth bears, jackals, bison, deer and many more. Lakes and various trees in the national park are other major attractions. Exploring all these things definitely make your tour memorable.
Suggested Tour: 4 Nights 5 Days Maharashtra Wildlife Tour
8. Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary in Himachal Pradesh
One of the oldest wildlife sanctuaries in India, Gobind Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in just 83 km from the Anandpur Sahib in Himachal Pradesh. It was established in 1976. All those who love watching fish; this is the perfect place for you all. Travelling to this place will surely be a pleasing experience for your Wildlife tourism in India. Many species such as red jungle fowl, sambhar, wild boar and silver crap are some of the most exotic animal species that you can find on the land of Gobindsagar Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttarakhand. Monsoon can be a pleasing time to visit this place, to be specific months of July and September are the most amazing months to be visited in this place.
9. Kabini National Park in Karnataka
The beauty and charm of the Kabini National Park can’t be described in words. Karnataka, a beautiful South Indian state is a place where you can enjoy the natural beauty at its peak. Kabini National Park is also listed among the most visited places in India. Travellers visiting in this place has lots of things to see such as lush greenery, rich wildlife, flocks of birds and numerous of trees and plants which adorning the beauty of this place. Kabini National Park is also compact with a dam which is one of the major tourist attractions in the place. The national park holds an important part in South India Wildlife Tourism.
10. Bandipur National Park in Karnataka
Here’s another major national park in Karnataka which makes a perfect tourist attraction. Located on the way to Mysore – Ooty highway the national park is surrounded by spectacular picturesque western Sahyadris. The national park covers a wide range of flora and fauna. Famous for four horned antelope and mouse deer the place is also filled with many other amazing and exotic species of animals such as Wild dogs, Jackal, Porcupines, Malabar Squirrel and many more. Birds like Grey Jungle Fowl, Green Pigeon, Hawk Eagle and reptiles such as Marsh Crocodile, Monitor Lizards and Rock Python are other major attraction of this place.
11. Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary in Karnataka
South India is filled with plenty of natural abundance and sign of this is that one can find n numbers of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in this area. One of the most amazing National Parks is the Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary. This is one of its kinds place and evident to its name one can find n numbers of Sloth Bears in this place. Sloth Bear are known for their love for Honey and watching so many bears all together is indeed the cutest thing that one could see in this place. Monsoon and the dance of peacock are both proportionate to each other which together they make a perfect scene. When you will be here you can find numerous of peacock here in every nook and corner.