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On the 73rd Independence Day celebration at the Red Fort, addressing India, PM Modi had an important advice for all Indian travellers – to travel more often and visit at least 15 domestic destinations by 2022.

In line with the appeal made by PM Modi, we launched our Digital Campaign – #BharatGhoomo to inspire and help Indian travellers to plan their travel and explore the best of India.

India has an array of exotic locations that can leave you spellbound with its beauty. From trails of architectural pasts to the tranquility that hills offer, blue-green sea waters or wildlife experiences – India has got it all. Let’s explore national parks & wildlife sanctuaries in India that must be a part of your bucket list:

Spot a Tiger at Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand


Known for the diverse wildlife & plenty of flora & fauna, the Jim Corbett National Park is for explorers at heart! Enjoy the incredible landscape, the mandatory tiger Safari rides, that also provide panoramic view of the lush grassland!

Experience an enthralling safari at Ranthambore National park 

Jim-CorbettDid you know that India is home to over 70% of the World’s Tiger Population? Yes, there are 47 Tiger Reserves across the country. Once known as the hunting grounds for the royal Maharaja of Jaipur, today, Ranthambore is one of the country’s largest National Parks – best known for its tiger-spotting safaris.

Experience wilderness at Gir National Park, Gujarat


Do you know that Gir National Park is the only place in the world where you can spot Asiatic lions in the wild? Yes, located in Gujarat, this place is home to sloth bears, wild boars, striped hyenas and the world’s only four horned antelope – chowsingha

Kaziranga National Park- Home to World’s Largest Population of one-horned Rhinoceros

Are you an adventure lover who enjoys the joy of exploring the wilderness? The spectacular Kaziranga National Park in Assam would satisfy your quest for thrill! The park is home to almost half of India’s exotic bird species and world’s largest population of one-horned Rhinoceros. In addition, the park also offers a scenic view of valleys, lakes and rivers.

Visit Kanha National Park & Relive Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book


Kanha National Park instills nostalgia because the landscape here is straight out of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Jungle Book’. The park has large open meadows where chances of spotting tigers, are high. The picturesque scenery make this place a must-visit for nature enthusiasts.

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