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Uttarakhand is known for its diversified flora and fauna. The state has 12 National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries making it a destination where you can capture the indisputable expressions of various animals and birds. Apart from these, the State boasts of two Conservation Reserves - The Asan Barrage and Jhilmil Tal conservation Reserve; two World Heritage sites namely Nanda Devi Biosphere reserve and Valley of Flowers National Park. Travellers, here, get to see some of the most endangered and rarely seen animal species in the world. Not only for animal lovers but for bird watching enthusiasts as well, Uttarakhand has a number of surprises in store to satiate their thirst for witnessing wildlife. If you are an avid nature lover, photographer, traveller, adventurer or wildlife enthusiast, then Uttarakhand is the place for you.

Govind National Park

The Govind National Park in the Purola Tehsil of Uttarakashi district in Uttarakhand is home to a number of endangered s...

Assan Barrage Bird Watching

The Asan Conservation Reserve (400 m) in Dehradun district at the bank of river Yamuna is India's first conservation res...

Devalsari Bird Watching

Devalsari Village (1,800 m) is the gateway to Nag Tibba (3,048 m)Trek. It is one of the four villages from where Nag Tib...

Corbett National Park

The Park is placed in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the midst of lush greenery and uneven mountains with varying he...

Rajaji National Park

The abundance of nature’s bounties heaped in and around this park, are bound to attract a large number of wildlife con...



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