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India Best Destinations For Couples Who Love Wildlife Adventures

Last updated : Mar 9, 2016

If you and your partner prefer the company of animal and nature instead of the luxury of the metro cities then these destinations are perfect for you to escape into the world of beasts. There are a number of spots in India where one can go for a wildlife safari but if we have to chose then these five are the best of the lot as they give you a number of options to go with. These regions have abundance of natural beauty and give you the best opportunity to spot the wild animals in their natural habitat. Spot tigers at the Corbett national park or go for the one horned Rhinos at Kaziranga, there are a number of places where you can be in sync with the nature. Here is a list of top 5 wildlife destinations in India great for couples who love wildlife.

5 India's Best Destinations For Couples Who Love Wildlife


The state of Uttarakhand has 86% of its area covered by mountains and 65% of area covered with forests, which makes Uttarakhand a heaven for nature and wildlife lovers. People generally visit Uttarakhand either for visiting temples or for the hill stations but one part of Uttarakhand is its majestic wildlife. Check out at a resort in the Jim Corbett National Park, the land of Tigers or head out to the serene Binsar wild life sanctuary in the lap of Himalayas. Some of the other places where you can spend a romantic time in the wild are Rajaji National Park, Govind Wildlife sanctuary, valley of flowers, Binsar wildlife sanctuary and many more.

Corbett National Park

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Despite being an arid land Rajasthan has a significant amount of wildlife presence and in case you want to explore wild life in luxury then there is no place in the world better than Rajasthan.The Ranthambore tiger reserve is one such place where you can enjoy luxury with wildlife. Camp out in the open and have dinner under the stars or go out on a jungle safari with your partner there is a lot more to do at Ranthambor. Located in the foothills of Aravali apart from the Ranthambore there is the Sariska Tiger Reserve, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary and many such other wildlife hot-spots.


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Kerala is well known for its beaches and beautiful hill stations in the Western Ghats. But one of the less mentioned facts of Kerala is that it is also a hub for wildlife. With greenery all around and the Western Ghats is one of the eight hottest hotspots for biological diversity in world and the only one in India. There are a number of wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala for couples like the Periyar wild life sanctuary, Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Chinnar and Waynad Sanctuaries. There is so much greenery around Kerala that where ever you go you will find yourself in the midst of nature. There are plenty of five star resorts around these sanctuaries so that you can spot the animals in comfort.


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When we talk about places with natural beauty we often forget the state of Karnataka even though it is one of the most ecologically stable region of India and that is what makes it an ideal destination for wildlife lovers there are a number of national parks and wild life sanctuaries in the state, from spotting tigers in the Bandipur and Bhadra tiger reserves to an royal elephant safari in the Anshi national park there is so much to do at Karnataka. Some other places that can be visited are the Nagarhole National Park, Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary, Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary and many others.

Karnataka Wildlife

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The land of one horned Rhinos, Assam is a heaven for these endangered animals. The Kaziranga National Park in Assam I the only place where these animals are found in India. There a jungle safari’s and guided tours available in the Kaziranaga and it is an ideal destination for couples as the atmosphere and climate of Assam is pleasant throughout the year and there are a lot of other options where you can go and enjoy. Apart from the Kaziranga there is the Manas National Park which has high density of tigers and the Saikhowa National Park and the Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary which has the largest number of primates in India. Assam located at the foothills of Himalayas is one of the most beautiful places to witness the wildlife in action.


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