As the monsoon season begins in India and people, animals and drought-prone places in India welcome some rain that relieves the summer heat, some of the best places to visit during / after the monsoon season in India are the forest and explore the forest above Safari. Some of the places in India you can explore via safari after the monsoon are:
- Periyar National Park, Kerala The Periyar National Park in Kerala is located in Kerala and on the banks of the Periyar River and is known for its elephant reserve. A four-hour drive from Kochi, the park really comes alive after the monsoons. You can watch green, animals, elephants herd and explore, monkeys jump wildly around the trees and many other animals in a happy mood. Explore the green surroundings and experience tigers, sambars, kingfishers, the large Malabar Hornbill and many other animals that roam here. You can go 4 × 4 safari or take a boat trip to see many animals in the early morning.
- Bandipur National Park, KarnatakaBandipur National Park is one of the perfect sanctuaries in Bengaluru and is known for its tigers. After the monsoon, the park comes alive with many blooming trees, shrubs and flowers. Expect to see tigers, elephants, peacocks, wild boar and bison, etc. If there are signs of rain, the peacocks will witness their traditional dance. You can explore Bandipur on a 4×4 safari.
- Kali Tiger Reserve, KarnatakaAlso known for its Tiger River and is located on the banks of the Kali River. One of the most famous places near Goa is the Kali Tiger Reserve. Expect various animals here, including tigers, panthers, bison, sloths, monkeys, langur, civet, king cobra, Russell Viper and many other species for which the reserve is famous. The park is also known for its various species of butterflies that have recently been discovered. You can watch these animals get close to watering holes and this is a good photo for nature photographers. You can explore the park with a safari vehicle.
- Nagarhole Tiger Reserve, Karnataka Nagarhole National Park and the tiger reserve in Karnataka are known as the scene of herds of elephants and are known for their diverse flora and fauna. The park is known to be home to around 300 species of animals, including tigers, leopards, civets, flying squirrels, etc. The park comes to life after the monsoons when the rain falls on the ground and the lush green of the forests comes to life. Expect a lot of elephants near the backwaters of the Kabini River. You can buy Safari tickets in advance or buy them on site.
- Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, KarnatakaThe Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary near Mangalore is known for its handful of tigers, leopards, tigers, jackals, monkeys and Malabar giant squirrels. The sanctuary is not only known for its lush forests, but also for its summit, where you can explore lush forests and watch teak trees, waterfalls. Located on the banks of the Bhadra Reservoir, you can explore the place and undertake adventure activities such as jet skiing, kayaking, or a relaxing boat ride, and watch the animals come to the reservoir to drink water.
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