ladakh india


Ladakh is a sizable portion of Kashmir’s northern and eastern region, in the northwest of the Indian subcontinent. One of the highest places on earth is Ladakh. High plains and steep valleys make up the majority of its natural characteristics.

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Kanha Tiger


The Madhya Pradesh state’s Maikal range of Satpuras, which makes up the central Indian highlands, is home to Kanha National Park. It’s fascinating to note that the national park is now known as the Tiger Reserve and is being hailed as one of the best wildlife refuges in the world.

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Bandipur Tiger


Bandipur National Park, a well-known protected region located in the South Indian State of Karnataka, is nothing less than an empyrean for animal enthusiasts and nature enthusiasts. An astounding number of tigers reside in the Bandipur National Park.

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Kaziranga Elephant


One of the last remaining unaltered natural places in India’s northeast is Kaziranga National Park. The Brahmaputra Valley floodplain’s biggest undisturbed and representative area, measuring 42,996 acres, is in the State of Assam.

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Ranathambore Tiger


In Rajasthan, Sawai Madhopur is a city located approximately 13.5 kilometres from Ranthambore National Park. One of the best spots to see wild animals is near the intersection of the Aravali and Vindhya hill ranges since the animals are accustomed to the attention they receive there.

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Kabini Black Panther


The Sunkadakatte Tourism Zone, widely termed “Kabini” by tourists, is nestled on the park’s southwest shore. Elephants, gaur, sambar, spotted deer, sloth bears, and the sporadic sightings of tigers and leopards are among the animals that can be seen along the Kabini River as it meanders through the jungle landscapes.

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