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Eastern Habitats |
Eastern Habitats - Indian Forests
|Main Forest Regions : ||Assam,
West Bengal, Arunachal Pradesh |
|Famous Wildlife Reserves : ||Kazirnga
National Park, Sundarban National Park, Manas National Park, Namdhpha National
|Wildlife Attractions : ||Indian
Rhino, Indian Elephant, Bengal Tiger|
|Best Time To Visit : ||November
Unspoilt, unexplored and inaccessible
pockets of primeval forests in the northeastern Indian states preserve rich biospheres,
together with a wealth of wildlife. If Nandankan is Orissa is famous for white
Tigers then Kaziranga is just the place to check out the one horned Rhino's. Also
merits a visit are the Indian Tiger reserves such as the Manas Tiger Reserve,
whose wet grasslands are also the home of the Rhino, Water Buffalo, Elephant and
Prepare for a Jungle safari expedition and explore the wilds of
Indian forests. The major Indian forest region to check out for are the forests
of Northeast India, especially the rain forests of Arunachal Pradesh, the only
surving rain forests of India.
Famous East Indian
Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks
The land of Rhino is counted among the two major wild
pockets, the only surviving habitats of this prehistoric survivor in India.
Come to Sundarbans where adventure awaits you at every
corner. Known as the largest estuarine delta in the world, this Tigerland vibrates
with countless forms of colourful life.
East Indian Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks
Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary
Known as one of the second largest viable
stretch of mangrove forest in the Indian mainland, Bhitarkanika sanctuaries best
attractions include the aqua ones, specifically speaking - Estuarine Crocodile
and Pacific Ridley Sea Turtles.
Gahirmatha Turtle Sanctuary,
Aqua fauna is what going to attract you to this sanctuary, the
breeding center of the Giant Olive Ridley Turtles, who crossover the Pacific to
come here and lay their eggs.
Manas Tiger Reserve, Assam
Assam is the state of the Great One Horned Rhino. Beside the Kaziranga there's
Manas another habitat of the Rhino's, located in one of the remotest region among
the foothills of Himalayas.
Namdhapha National Park,
Tucked away in the northern most state of Arunachal, is the
Namdhapa National Park, famous for the extremely elusive snow and the clouded
Leopard. The park is also a Tiger Reserve under Project Tiger.
Palamu Tiger Reserve, Bihar
The tiger reserve of Palamu is located within
the district of Palamau in the South Chhotanagpur plateau of Bihar. Sal forests
and thickets of Bamboo and the circuitous Koel River set off the undulating terrain
and the rivers tributaries meander through the park.
National Park, Orissa
Simplipal is counted among the earliest Project
tiger reserves of India and is located in the northern-forested belt of Orissa.
Beside the faunal attractions, the attractive terrain also includes numerous waterfalls.