In recent days, people are very interested to do adventurous activities. For them, India is the apt place to discover many adventurous activities. Especially, jungle trekking is the most famous activity with an availability of so many national parks, sanctuaries, and lush greenery forests.
Here you can catch up some interesting places for jungle trekking.
Periyar National Park, Kerala
Periyar National Park is a famous wildlife sanctuary in Kerala spread across nearly 777km. The major attraction of this national park is herds of wild elephants. And also here is an artificial lake formed by the Mullaperiyar Dam and this is the right place for trekking.
In Periyar National Park, you can witness Sambar deer, bison, gaur, Wild boar, and Tiger etc. Tourists can enjoy trekking here by boating or jeep safari. Periyar National Park is one of the best places for trekking in India.
Best Time to Visit: December to March
Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary, Goa
Cotigao wildlife sanctuary is a beautiful one in the center of the city Goa with thick greenery. This wildlife sanctuary is very popular for trekking activities in the monsoons times. The region of this wildlife sanctuary is famous for tall trees which are utmost for trekking.
The fauna of Cotigao Wildlife sanctuary is Muridae deer, four-horn antelope, gaur, bison, Black Panther, leopard, and giant Indian flying squirrel etc. Cotigao is a great wildlife sanctuary which protects the border of Goa with Karnataka along with other three sanctuaries.
Best Time to Visit: October to March
Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
It is a great tiger reserve in Chandrapur district which is the oldest and largest national park in Maharashtra. This Tiger reserve is the one of India’s 43 “Project Tiger”. Here in this national park, you can see many various tigers especially Bengal Tiger.
The animals found here are Indian leopards, striped hyena, jungle cats, sambar, dhole, sloth bears, etc. While you are trekking in this national park, you can witness many tigers. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is the best place for trekking to see varied tigers. Plan your trip to Tadoba Tiger Reserve and travel via Deccan Odyssey train which makes your trip more luxurious.
Best Time to Visit: April to May
Chembra Trek, Wayanad
Chembra is a huge peak with an altitude of 2,100mts and also one of the highest peaks in the Western Ghats. This peak is located in the Wayanad Hills in Kerala, known for its lush greenery and natural beauty. Chembra peak is the most selected one in Kerala for trekking.
The best time for trekking is during monsoons and you can enjoy many scenic views of Chembra peak like beautiful Love Lake at the top. Chembra Peak trekking is the best one in India to enjoy the pleasantness of nature.
Best time to Visit: December to February
Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam
Bura-Chapori Wildlife Sanctuary is the most visited one in Assam near Tezpur which is 30kms far away. This beautiful sanctuary is located on the banks of River Brahmaputra with an area of 44sq.km. The flora and fauna of this wildlife sanctuary is a major attraction and well-known for trekking.
Here, you can see many endangered animals like tigers, wild pig, a one-horned rhino, wild buffalo etc. In this sanctuary, one-horned rhino is an endangered animal. In this sanctuary, elephants will be used for trekking to see attractions of the sanctuary.
Best Time to Visit: November to March
Talle Valley, Arunachal Pradesh
Talle Valley is located in Arunachal Pradesh which is famous for jungles. In Arunachal Pradesh, Talle Valley is an important and well-known place for trekking. This valley is covered with full of trees and wildlife which are suitable for trekking. Trekking in Talle Valley is most adventurous because it was not touched by human civilization.
The animals found here are leopards, Indian elephant, Himalayan black bear, wild boar, tiger, gaur etc. In India, Talle Valley is the beautiful place for trekking with undisturbed natural beauty.
Best time to Visit: October to April
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Kaziranga National Park is India’s famous park with immense flora and fauna. It is a popular national park in India and also a great reserve of cat families like tigers and rhinoceros. Kaziranga is a vast national park with thick elephant grass and placed amid of four popular rivers.
Kaziranga is also one of the best jungle trekking places in India to see many endangered animals. Animals found here are wild boar, Indian hog deer, wild water buffalo, rhinoceros etc. Almost elephants will be used for trekking in this national park.
Best Time to Visit: November to April
Agumbe Reserve Forest, Karnataka
Agumbe Reserve Forest is a popular forest region of Southern Karnataka. It is famous for jungle trekking with beautiful green coverage and pleasantness. At the time of monsoons, it sounds well with beautiful greenery attractions and also the best time to trek.
Animals found here are the lion-tailed macaque, sambar, giant squirrel, Dhole, tiger, leopard, and a wild dog of India. It is a renowned place for trekking in India. And the best place for trekking in Agumbe reserve region is Narasimha Parvatha trek.
Best Time to Visit: November to February
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu
This wildlife sanctuary is located in the Tamil Nadu. It is one of the greenest and most visited wildlife sanctuary in South India. Madumalai is mainly popular among travelers and for those who are interested in wildlife photography and it is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home for more than 330 species of mammals including tigers and elephants.
Best time to Visit: November to February
Harriet National Park, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
This wildlife sanctuary is located in the golden coats of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The mount harriet national park is characterized by the distinct flora.
Best Time to Visit: November to May
So, plan your trip and explore the best trekking places in India. Also, know more about the Deccan Odyssey train booking online for this season.
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