India is said to be the home of some pristine wild life sanctuaries and many of them are still to be explored. In fact, people always think of visiting the popular ones and so some wild life sanctuaries take a back seat when it comes to tourist visits.
But if one is an explorer, then these places are a must visit for them.
Kabini Wildlife Sanctuary
This is a very serene wildlife destination located in the state of Karnataka. It is situated near Mysore and this reserve forest has some endangered and rare wild species. One can get to see Indian elephants, Black Panther, Indian Bison and Indian leopards here.
Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary
This place is located in the extreme east of the state of Maharshtra and in between the Gondia and Bhandara district. This is a very small wild life sanctuary which actually houses a lot of species like birds, mammals and amphibians.
Dibru Saikhowa National Park
This is a major biodiversity location in India and it is located beside the Brahsmaputra River in Assam. This is the largest samix swamp forest of north east India and ut has a habitat of 36 different species of animals that include feral horse, capped langur, Asiatic water buffalo, Gangetic dolphin and 8 different species of wild cats.
Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary
This is a very unique wildlife sanctuary in India which has both salty marsh lands and fresh water lakes. This sanctuary is mostly visited by almost 300 different species of migratory birds during winter which includes great crested grebe, stork, godwit, river tern, flamingos and green shank.
Tal Chhapar Sanctuary
This is a very unexplored place located in the state of Rajasthan. It is actually said to be the paradise of migratory birds and one can get to see birds like short toed eagles, harriers and tawny eagles here.
Dachigam National Park
This is located in a high altitude (which is about 5500 feet to 14000 feet) at the Zabarwan range of The Himalayas. This is a mountain side national park and one can get to see rare animals like Kashmir stag and endangered Hangul here.
National Chambal Sanctuary
This wild life sanctuary is a home to some endangered gharial crocodile and as the name of the sanctuary suggests, it is located at the side of Chambal River. Apart from gharial one can also get to see Ganges river dolphin and red crowned roof turtle here.
Achanakmar Tiger Reserve
It is actually a tropical and deciduous dry forest which is located in the Bilaspur district of Chattisgarh. This place houses some species like leopards, bears, striped hyena and various kinds of deers.
One can easily reach all these above mentioned national parks by booking a railway ticket with the help of online booking services of Indian Railways. One can reserve their tickets by making online payments here. For food on train purposes, one can also book their meals from the e catering services available from Indian Railways these days where delicious food is always available.