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Kritika Maurya Jul 22 2013

Which are the wildlife sanctuaries in India where you have actually spotted wildlife?

Vaishali Singh Jul 23 2013
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My most unforgettable wildlife experiences all came by at one place, the Kanha National Park, although on different trips. While the sheer thrill of traversing the wilds on an open jeep, singling out the bird's call from the jungle's cacophony, tracing pug marks and simply soaking in all the fresh air is a welcome change, Kanha rewarded me with a Tiger sighting which lasted about 40 minutes.



The beautiful striped beast passed from about 2 feet away from our jeep, went to take a drink to the nearest brook and continued to enjoy our attention, without a break. But that wasn't all.

On another trip, sitting atop a massive rock was a Leopard, well camouflaged. It is said that spotting a leopard in Kanha National Park is more difficult than spotting a tiger!


Another great trip to Kanha was when we spotted a pack of wild dogs go in for the kill. The orchestration of the murder was so astonishing! It was simply unbelievable!



I strongly recommend anyone who is looking for a tryst with the wild to visit Kanha National Park for a great experience.

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Ranthambhore National Park..It is a great place to explore the wildlife along-with the glorious history of Rajputana. Though I was unable to spot a Tiger and a Leopard (I actually saw a Leopard from a great distance, and again only the spotted lines on the back of a Tiger also, but not able to see them clearly), but I enjoyed this park with lot of animals and birds varying from cheetals, sambhars, blue-bulls, crocodiles, tortoise, to owl, peacock, Indian Tree Pie, Kingfisher etc.. It was a wonderful experience.

http://www.solobackpacker.com/2011/05/26/solo-backpacking-to-ranthambore-national-park/

Wow! awesome pictures Avanish! :-)
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Prasad Np Jul 23 2013
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Yes, in Tadoba, Bandipur, Pench, Corbett, Ranthambore I have seen Tigers, Madumalai and Nagarhole Elephants and even in Mrugavani in Hyderabad saw some Monitor lizards and various birds.. For Birding Tal Chapar is the Best sepcially for Raptors like migratory Eagles, falcons etc.

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Not a year passes by when I don't visit Jim Corbett.

Increadible, breathtaking and majestic are the tigers of Jim Corbett. Though we never got to see them ever. Interestingly the tour guides 'the keen observers' can spot some twenty pug marks on different trees and the left over tiger meals in each visit. However I've seen a lot of barking deer and peacocks there.

Was fortunate enough to get a hands - on experience with tigers(cub feeding) and elephants( who can draw) but in Thailand :)

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Suneet Panesar Jul 07 2014
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Have seen tigers in Ranthambore; a lot of wild life in Jim Corbett. Although a friend was able to track and spot tigers in Corbett on the fifth and the last day of his stay there; they have always been elusive for me.
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