My best Indian Trip - five National Parks !!!

#1 Jan 18th, 2006, 19:34
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My best India Vacation - A trip through five National Parks

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Back in 2006, we visited 5 of India's National parks: Kaziranga National Park in Assam, Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, Keoladeo National Park and Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan, and Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh. This article describes our tour of the national parks of this magical country, along the tracks of Kipling and Jim Corbett.
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An interesting appraisal of the parks, what a shame you did not include your own photos, it would have made the experience so much more relevant to readers. I have had great experiences at Corbett, it is amazing how similar our sightings at Bijrani were!
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I m new to this forum and first article i read was yours...great detailed description. I would love to visit Kaziranga National Park after reading this... thank you very much for sharing...
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Originally Posted by tarunnaudiyal View Post I m new to .....I would love to visit Kaziranga National Park after reading this....
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Lovely description and very helpful post on the major (mainly tiger) parks of India. Yes, Bandhavgarh has become more of a circus but then that is what some idiots want and are not happy seeing the other animals and birds that are so much a part of the park as are the famed tigers!!! Prices have also gone up many times in the last few years so it has become a very expensive trip for most of us now.

I had a similar experience in Kaziranga when we saw five tigers together on the road when these idiotic kids and their parents in the jeep ahead of us started shouting TIGER, TIGER!!! and they all disappeared into the tall grass never to be seen again. I had the same thought as yours of feeding them to the tigers!!!

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this is really amazing great post, really proud to be indian
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why don't you try Mudumalai, Bandipur, Nagarhole? Elephants, Bisons and deers are gauranted. but if your luck favors leopards can also be visible. They very close from Bangalore. You can also enjoy 3 states of india and scenic beauty.
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Thank I will look into it
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I am a nature lover and I have always a great experience with my travel trip. Thanks for sharing amazing experience
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Wow

Great thread with detailed explanation showing how much you loved being part of the journey. Your happiness seeped in to the readers in a way. Looking forward to visting Kaziranga someday.
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It's a very nice appraisal of a list of national parks in India, I recently visited Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary and Muppane nature camp, Karnataka. I am planning to visit all the national parks in India, any advice is appreciated.
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I am also a wildlife lover. I must say that India has so much natural resource that we don't have to look into other countries. But with the effect of deforestation the wildlife is affecting very badly.

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