Four famous National Parks of India are given below:

1. Corbett (Uttranchal) for Tiger

2. Kaziranga National Park, Assam

3. Gir National Park, Gujarat


4. Kanha (Madhya Pradesh) for tiger

1. Corbett National Park:

Nestling in the foothills of the Himalayas, extends over an area of 520.82 sq. km. It was the former hunting preserve of the Maharaja of Rewa.

The Corbett National Park where Project Tiger was launched in 1973 is India’s finest national park and its major attractions are the tiger, Indian elephant and leopard.


Project Tiger, which was set up with the help of the world wildlife fund, was launched at Dhikala in the Corbett National Park on April 1, 1973. The Indian python, viper, cobra, krait and king cobra also inhabit in the Corbett National Park.

2. Kaziranga National Park:

Kaziranga National Park is in Assam. It is famous for its largest population of Indian one-horned rhinoceros.

This park has been compared to African parks because of the quality of wildlife viewing. In its beautiful open meadows deer, elephants, buffaloes, and wild boars come to feed themselves.


3. Gir National Park:

Gir National Park is in Gujarat. It is the last remaining home of the Asiatic lion, which makes it unique in India. In this park, to spot leopard is also possible. As this park is also divided by many rivers, it is densely populated with crocodiles.

4. Kanha National Park:

Kanha National Park is in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the oldest and best known parks of India. It is famous for tiger and panther. The beautiful meadows where they can be seen also reveal a large number of swamp deer, nilgai, wild dog and black buck.