Wildlife reserves and national parks have natural importance and the hot spot for biodiversity. Nowadays more and more animals are coming in the category of endangered and extinct. Wildlife reserves are the best place to safeguard the animals. If you are an animal lover then wildlife reserves and national parks are the best places to see the animals in their natural habitat. Exploring the wildlife reserves has its own appeal. If you are planning to go on a wildlife holiday be ready to be hot, sweaty and scratched by dense vegetation and to experience the wonder of wildest place on the earth. Today we are presenting a list of Top 10 Best Wildlife Reserves in the World in which we have included best reserves from all over the world.
10. Jim Corbett National Park, India
Jim Corbett National Park is India’s first national park which was established in 1936 to protect the endangered Bengal tiger. The park is located in Nainital, Uttarakhand, India. The Jim Corbett National Park located in the foothills of Himalayas. It has 488 species of plants with 110 species of tree, 50 species of mammal, 580 species of bird, 36 species of dragonfly, 7 species of fish, 7 species of amphibians and 33 species of reptile. Heavy tourist inflow led to the visible stress sign in the natural ecosystem. Some of the main attractions at Jim Corbett national park are jeep safari, walking safari in the buffer area, treks, Kalagarh Dam, Corbett Falls and Garjiya Devi temple.