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    1. Choose an India Travel Guide and Plan a Fabulous Holiday

    2. Are you a wildlife lover and want to have a holiday in the wild? You can then choose the famous Indian wildlife tour. However, if you plan a wildlife travel India tour for the first time and are not much familiar about Indian hot destinations, it is recommended to take expert advice from various online India travel guides. These guides offer all information regarding popular Indian tourists destinations, resorts, wildlife sanctuaries, transport facilities and so on. From North to South, and East to West, India is covered with several places that would be liked by tourists across the world. However, Indian wildlife sanctuaries form a special craze among all tourists. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/wildlife-travel-india/index.html

    3. India Wildlife is varied in nature. There are 90 national parks and 482 wildlife sanctuaries in the country. With so much to explore on wildlife in India, it is a great idea to plan India travel tour. If you are planning to visit India for a fabulous wildlife holiday, following are the major wildlife destinations to visit: Bharatpur Sanctuary, Rajasthan: This is the most popular and must watch bird sanctuary of the country. Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary covers 29 square kilometers area and is home to around 300 species of birds. The sanctuary is visited by hundreds of worldwide tourist every year. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    4. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand: This Park is located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Having diverse variety of the flora and fauna, the park specially draws attention due to its wide population of Bengal tigers, leopards and elephants. The Park is not behind in flora even. It has more than 100 species of trees, 50 species of mammals, 580 species of birds and around 25 species of reptiles. All in all, it has all food to satiate the hunger of wildlife lovers. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    5. Gir National Park, Gujarat: The Park is a major wildlife destination and is a home to huge population of leopards. Apart from leopards, the Park also has wide variety of birds, animals and reptiles. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    6. Kaziranga Sanctuary, Assam: It has been declared as the UNESCO World Heritage and biggest tiger reserve in the year 2006. The park is a dwelling for major population of one-horned rhinoceros too. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    7. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh: The Park is big house for Royal Bengal Tigers, Sloth Bear, Leopards, and Barasingha. There is abundant variety of animals and more than 600 species of beautiful and wild flowering plants in the National Park. For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    8. With the help of India Travel Guide, you can enjoy each and every bit of your wildlife India tour in an extremely relaxed and stress free manner. So go through various travel websites available on the Internet and plan a tour to India right away! For more reference visit :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/

    9. THANKS Contact Us Indian Travel Destinations.com Operational Office Tour My India A - 60, Second Floor Sector - 2, Noida Noida - 201301 Tel + 91- 120 - 4052615 - 99 (85 hunting lines are available) Fax - + 91 - 120 - 4052699 (24 hrs helpline) + 91 - 9212777224 / 25 Email: info@indiantraveldestinations.com Web Site :- http://www.indiantraveldestinations.com/