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Ring in the New Year 2017 among the Wilderness

Wild life New year

So, where are you planning to welcome the New Year this season? Let me guess, may be you have planned to celebrate this special occasion with your beloved family members or friends near the pristine beaches, in the luxury hotel or visiting an enchanting destination of your choice. These are the things that most the people do. Have you ever thought of ringing in the New Year among the wilderness? You may be a bit SURPRISED after hearing this, but yes the feeling that you get after watching the exotic flora and fauna in the festive season is beyond comparison and cannot be expressed in the words. If you are a wildlife enthusiast or nature lover, then you may consider visiting the following prominent wildlife destinations for celebrating the New Year with great deal of pomp and enthusiasm.

Jim Corbett National Park

It is one of the first national parks in India that was established in the year 1936 to safeguard the dwindling population of the endangered Bengal tigers. The Corbett National Park is located in the Ramnagar town of Uttarakhand state in India. The park is spread up in an area of around 520 sq. km and it magnetizes the visitors from all the major corners of the world with its awe-inspiring beauty. There are altogether five zones (Dhikala, Jhirna, Bijrani, Durga Devi and Sonanadi) in the park serving as an abode to the diverse species of wildlife such as the tigers, leopards, elephants, deer and many more. Jeep and canter safari in the park will take you to the denser regions of the park and offer you a great opportunity to click the pictures of the amazing wildlife from the close quarters.

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is a perfect amalgamation of history and nature. The park is located near Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan.  Inside the park, there is a beautiful 10th century old edifice known as the ‘Ranthambore Fort’ that captivates the attention of the tourists. Surrounded by the majestic Aravalli peaks, the park boasts of different species of flora and fauna. Some of the major animals found here are tigers, leopards, black bucks, Indian flying foxes, elephants and so on. The park is a heaven for the bird watchers and photographers. You can expect an unforgettable New Year in the park where the life is royal and enthralling every day.

Bandhavgarh National Park

It is guaranteed that you will be proud as soon as you land in the magnificent Bandhavgarh National Park. It is located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh state in India. The park is regarded as one of the ideal places to spot the tigers in their natural habitat. The open meadows, verdant landscapes and steep terrains allure the visitors and make it an exciting place to visit. Other than the tigers, sloth bear, jackal, wolf, wild boar, sambar, striped hyenas are found in abundance here. If you are actually scouting for a place to get rid from the chaotic lifestyle and feel rejuvenated this festive season, then Bandhavgarh is the best place for you.

Panna National Park

The park has one of the excellent tropical climates in India that refreshes the mind, body and soul of the visitors. Panna National Park is nestled in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh that offers a safe abode to the rare Bengal tigers. You can undertake a jeep safari and see the tigers playing with their cubs and just laying around in the sun. Deer, nilgai, chinkara, sambar, elephants, etc are the other animals found in the park besides the big cats.You can also take an elephant ride and see the animals from close quarters. Doesn’t that sound fascinating and exciting?

If you are planning to move to any of the  above mentioned states or cities and watch the mesmerizing beauty of the nature, then surely you would require the services of top packers and movers for the damage free goods delivery.

What are you waiting for? Celebrate the New Year season this season with the magnificent wildlife and cherish the unforgettable memories forever. 

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