India has some of the most amazing and peaceful forests in the world. From fluorescent green grasses to lovely pine trees, Indian Forests are one beautiful place that never forgets to shine its beauty of nature.
Apart from having all the beautiful views, the Forests of India also help in providing shelter and all the kinds of survival sources to its dependable living beings.
Seriously, a one lovely summer or winter vacation around these forests are definitely going to give a rejuvenation and a pleasing feeling to its visitors. So, if you’re planning a trip to Indian forests, then don’t forget to visit these top 5 forests in India.
1. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand:
Named after a well known naturalist and a hunter Jim Corbett, this national park is India’s number one popular tourist attraction. Established in 1936 to protect the endangered Bengal tiger from getting extinct, this is the oldest National Park in India. The wildlife animals that are found in Jim Corbett includes sloth bears, wild elephants, lanurs, peacocks, rhesus macaques and various kinds of deer from sambars to hog deer, spotted deer and barking deer.
2. Khasi Hills, Meghalaya:
The stunning Khasi Hills is not only blessed with breathtaking viewpoints and luscious green trees, but it’s also blessed with the most beautiful clouded leopards. Yeah! One of the rare and vulnerable animals on the earth. So, if you are looking to spot one out yourself, then this lovely Khasi Hills is the one for you.
3. Kanha National Park:
Do you know that famous book called “The Jungle Book”, which had evergreen characters like Mowgli, Shere Khan and Baloo? Well, it turns out that the Kanha National Park was one of the main inspirations behind this book.
Apart from getting featured in The Jungle Book, Kanha National Park is also popular for providing shelter to about 300 species of resident and the migratory birds. It is also the largest national park in Madhya Pradesh that is well known for those cute swamp deers too.
4. Vandalur Reserve forest:
Vandalur Reserve Forest is a well protected and the most beautiful forest in the southwestern part of Chennai. This forest consists of some of the phenomenal and breathtaking views of the trees and exotic Australian flightless bird species. Apart from that this forest is one of the best forest reserves in South India.
5. Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh:
The Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh is home to more than 1,000 floras and 1,400 faunas. Faunas that can be found in this National Park are tigers, snow leopards, clouded leopards, wolves, dholes, red panda, red fox, Asiatic black bears, yellow-throated marten, slow loris, Hoolock Gibbons, Clapped Langurs, Rhesus Macaques, Assamese Macaques.
But apart from that, the best attraction about this place is to see the critically endangered Namdapha Flying Squirrel. It is sure that it will blow away your mind when you will come across these squirrels that flies from one place to another just like any other bird.