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Top 5 National Parks for Summer Vacation in June 2022


As the summer vacation nears the end, let's enthral ourselves on the last quest to explore the hidden treasure of Indian Wilderness to breath-in and gaze at its peace and tranquillity.

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Nature has a unique way of vacating us out of our homes and propelling us to propagate a connection with wind, trees, animals, and limitless mountain ranges. Travel constitutes a part of our life that contents us with adventure and excitement to overcome monotony and bizarreness. Especially, when it comes to ‘summer vacation’, everybody gets exuberant to spend some quality time rejuvenating themselves. Though, this has always been a topic for debate, where exactly to spend your vacation that satisfies your hunger for the perfect vacation

Findyoursafari.com advocates that travelling to National Parks and Tiger Reserves is more of an elevation than simply travelling. It keeps you submerged in the raw experience of fresh leaves and the magnificent mountain of forests. Wildlife tourism encourages you to converse with nature and its components by simply accepting the role of spectator. 

This blog is the exact answer to this question, as it covers the 5 most influential wildlife destinations in India, to consider while backpacking on summer vacation.

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Kabini National Park, Karnataka

Located on the bank of the Kabini river and stretched by Nagarhole National Park, is the majestic Kabini Wildlife Reserve. This national park is distributed by picturesque landscapes and tranquil forests that connect any individual to the soul of nature. Mysore is the closest destination from Kabini, which offers taxis to the destination, which is a 65-minute ride. 

Things to do

  • Explore the jungle of Kabini national park with an Elephant safari. 
  • Book a complete park safari in a gypsy to witness the exotic animals and birds. 
  • Take a boat safari to navigate through the Kabini river and explore the nearby villages. 
  • Take a trekking adventure to cross steep hills and the dense forest of Kabini. 
  • Visit the Kabini dam, which nurtures wildlife animals and nearby villages. 

Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

The Bandipur National Park is situated at the meeting point of the Deccan plateau and western ghats, which already makes it a very interesting wildlife destination to visit. The moist and dry deciduous forests of the reserve accommodate a wide range of animals, such as the Indian Leopard, Bengal Tiger, Indian Elephant, etc. 

Things to do

  • Jeep and canter Safari to spot tigers and other endangered animals. 
  • Explore the beautiful Moyar river, a tributary of the Kaveri River, and spend an evening witnessing the sunset. 
  • Trekking through the rough tropical forests of Bandipur forest with the help of a guide. 
  • Visit the best attraction of Bandipur National Park, Moyar Canyons, which separates it from Madumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. 
  • Just 82 km away from the reserve, make a visit to the Pykara falls, which falls from the Pykara river. Also, go for a boat ride for a better experience. 


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Hemis National Park, Ladakh

Spread across the Tso Lamho desert of Ladakh and covered by the Zanskar range, Hemis National Park is the only park which is in Northern Himalayas. The Park holds a breeding population of more than 200 snow leopards, which are only found in India. Alpine trees and dry forests of Juniper are a habitat of great Tibetan sheep, Shapu the Blue sheep, and Asiatic Ibex. 

Things to do

  • Visit the largest northern monastery of Ladakh, Hemis Monastery, situated on the bank of the Indus River. 
  • Take the task of a short trek to Gotsang Gompa, which mesmerizes you with its altitude and range of exceptional mountains. 
  • Visit the Stonka Gompa, a place that is in the shape of a Tiger’s nose. 
  • Take a stroll to the Buddhist Shang Gompa, a destination to cast a soulful spell on Nature. 


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Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan

A dominant wildlife destination of Rajasthan, that is located in the marshlands of Banas River and in the district of Sawai Madhopur. Covering the serene views of the Aravali Mountain range, Ranthambore national park is home to more than 539 species of fauna and a countless number of Wildlife animals, majorly Tigers and Indian Leopard. 

Things to do

  • Slow Jeep Safari in the buffer areas to spot the Bengal tigers. 
  • Hiking to the Ranthambore Fort, the symbol of Rajput glory and valour. 
  • A visit to the Anantapur and Lakarda, the places for Sunset and Sunrise points. 
  • Visit the infamous Kachida Valley, inhibited by Panthers and Bears. 
  • Stroll to the Padam Talab of Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. 


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Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh

Situated on the Indo-Nepal border, in the Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh is the Dudhwa National Park. The tropical and dry deciduous forest of Dudhwa reserve is home to Tigers, Swamp Deer, and Rhinoceros. This park is also famous for exotic and migratory bird species that constitute a large part of the forest. 

Things to do

  • Tiger spotting in Kishanpur wildlife safari, which is the part of Dudhwa. 
  • Elephant Safari at Dudhwa National Park, to feel the royal safari of Jungle. 
  • Boat Safari at Katarniaghat National Park, also a sub park of Dudhwa. 
  • A Pastoral trip to Sathiyana, the fields of endless sugarcane, and a place for spotting Leopards. 

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“Therefore, let the moon shine on thee in thy solitary walk, and let the misty mountain winds be free to blow against thee”– William Wordsworth