Exploring the Vast Wilderness of India's Largest Reserve

Pench National Park Madhya Pradesh -Pench National Park, covering 758 sq km in India, is renowned for its tiger reserve and most popular national park. 

 Hemis National Park, Ladakh- With an area of 4,400 sq km, Hemis is the largest national park in India, known for its significant snow leopard population.

Jim Corbett National Park Uttarakhand - spanning 520 sq km in India, is famed for its Bengal tigers and it is the 2nd most popular national park 

Desert National Park, Rajasthan - Spanning 3,162 sq km, this park is situated in the Thar Desert and is notable for the endangered Great Indian Bustard.

Namdapha National Park, Arunachal Pradesh - This park spans 1,985.2 sq km and is recognized for its rich biodiversity, being a habitat for four big cat species: tiger, leopard, clouded leopard, and snow leopard.

Khangchendzonga National Park, Sikkim - With an area of 1,784 sq km, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is named after Mount Kangchenjunga.

Sundarban National Park, West Bengal - This park spans 1,330.1 sq km and is part of the world's largest mangrove forest, home to the Royal Bengal Tiger

Indravati National Park, Chhattisgarh - Covering 1,258.4 sq km, it's named after the Indravati River and is known for housing the endangered wild buffalo and other diverse fauna

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh - Famous for its tiger population and the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book," Kanha spans 940 sq km