Kanpur

The Allen forest zoo is another name for the Kanpur Zoo. Sir Allen, who was a Botanist and an associate of the British Indian Civil Services, laid its foundation and it was upon his idea that this zoo was built in a natural forest. The zoo encompasses area of land so huge that it makes it the largest Zoological Garden in the entire Asia.

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DHARCHULA

Located in the Pithorgarh district near the town of Askot in Uttarakhand, the Askot Musk Deer Sanctuary is spread over 600sqkm of land and is site dedicated towards conservation of Musk Deer and its natural habitat. It is a unique wildlife retreat.

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wayanad

Situated in the Waynad district of Kerala, about 30km from Mananthawady is Begur Wildlife Sanctuary. One of the very less known for Sanctuaries in the county, but Begur Wildlife Sanctuary is a home to a variety of flora and fauna.

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Betla National Park is located on the Chota Nagar Plateau in Jharkhand. The name Betla is an acronym for Bison, elephant, Tiger and Leopard. It was one of the first national parks to be considered as a tiger reserve under the project tiger.

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Bhubaneshwar

Located in the Keonjhar district of Odisha, the Bhitarkanika National Park is considered to be the most impressive National Park in Asia. It is an amazing destination that consists of estuaries, backwaters, creeks and is one of the most iconic wildlife destinations.

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Almora

The Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the state of Uttarakhand just about 30km north of the town of Almora. Nested on top of the Jhandi Dhar Hills this wildlife sanctuary is a home to some pristine lush greenery and prudent wildlife presence which make this place a worthy visit.

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Goa

The Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the northeastern part of Goa. It encompasses about 8sqkm and is a popular destination among tourists and school children. It is home to a big variety of wildlife presence that includes the Samba Deer, Indian bison, Malabar Giant Squirrel and Indian Peafowl and many more.

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Chail

Loated in Himachal Pradesh about 63km from Shimla, the Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the lesser know sanctuaries of the country. It was earlier the hunting ground for the Maharaja of Patiala. Today it is one of the most well maintained Wildlife Sanctuaries in India and is home to some pristine flora and Fauna.

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Guwahati

The Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the state of Assam, amidst Dhubri and Kokrajhar districts. It comprises of 45.56sqkm of land and is second in terms of protected habitat for Golden langurs. It is very well maintained sanctuary is a worthy visit.

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