Famous Parks

Park in India

Every jungle has its “big boys.” These are the creatures that anchor the entire ecosystem. While other countries may have one or two keystone species, India has several.

Most of them are native to our jungles, and several are endemic and critically endangered.

At Encounters Asia we’ve made it our passion to observe these species over generations. When you safari with us across the different jungles of India, it’s an awe-inspiring experience, as you get close to these magnificent creatures in their native habitat.

Famous Park in India

Pench National Park

An undulating ridge and dense forest with the largest prey-bases of herbivores in India, makes Pench perfect tiger habitat. Dense forests of teak, tall grass, and a rushing river make it an ideal ecosystem for felines like tigers and leopards.

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Bandhavgarh National Park

Dense Sal and Bamboo thickets, and velvety green meadows are interspersed by streams and waterfalls, against the backdrop of steep cliffs and an ancient fortress, to create a stunning landscape in Bandhavgarh.


Kanha National Park

Dense and vast, Kanha is one of the largest and most captivating parks in India. Indigenous species like Sal, Bamboo, Tendu and Mahua are just some of the trees that make up this magnificent jungle.

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Satpura National Park

Satpura has a rugged landscape that is quite unique. It is characterised by sandstone slopes, rivulets that flow down into steep gorges, narrow ravines, and sharp peaks.

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Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore is teeming with wildlife, and one of the most popular wildlife parks in India. This dry deciduous forest in Rajasthan was once the hunting ground for the Jaipur royals.


Jawai National Park

The Jawai Community Reserve in the west of Rajasthan is one of the best wilderness hideaways in India. Tucked away in a remote corner between Udaipur and Jaipur, the rugged landscape gives way to a stunning reservoir and wetlands.

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Velavadar National Park

In the deep west of India, a vast tract of Veedhi grassland runs all the way along the Gulf of Khambat. This unusual ecosystem is known as Velavadar, and is home to some of the most endangered species in India.

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Kaziranga National Park

In Kaziranga, the elephant grass is tall than you are. A gentle breeze rustles through bamboo and reeds in the marshes.


Bharatpur National Park

For birders, the Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a must. This small but beautiful forest is situated in Bharatpur, in eastern Rajasthan.


Singalila National Park

A gorgeous high-altitude forest ranging between 7900 - 12000 ft. Singalila is one of the best-kept secrets in Himalayan wildlife.


Hemis National Park

Hemis National Park is the only national reserve that is situated north of the Himalayas, in the Trans-Himalayan region of Ladakh.

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Nagarhole National Park

Through thick clumps of bamboo and dense forest, one spies the enormous expanse of the backwaters of the Kabini River in Nagarhole. This beautiful park is utterly serene and one of the favourite habitats for the Asiatic Elephant.