Five famous weekend wildlife getaway near Delhi!
Being the political capital of India, Delhi is easily accessible and is even connected to all the major cities of the country. It is the ideal destination for kick starting your travel itinerary. Boarding the flights to Delhi, you can easily plan short getaways to the nearest places surrounding the city and rejuvenate your senses in a refreshing manner.
This Delhi tour, why not give yourself a chance to explore the wildlife at the nearest sanctuaries? You can easily book flights to Delhi and enjoy your weekends at these natural reservoirs. Here let us introduce you to the famous sanctuaries near the city.
Wildlife Sanctuaries near Delhi
Delhi has nearly five neighbouring wildlife sanctuaries namely the Jim Corbett in Uttarakhand, Ranthambore National Park & Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan, Bandhavgarh in Madhya Pradesh and Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
As you book flights to Delhi, you can book for the renowned wildlife tour packages and enjoy your trip to the fullest.
Kick starting the journey
Your journey will start from the north of Delhi, where you will come across the Corbett National Park, which is around 300 Km from the city. While travelling by road, you will have to follow the Hapur-Murababad-Ramnagar route. After reaching Ramnagar, you can reach the park using other road transportation available. The nearest airport here is Phoolbagh in Pantnagar which is situated at a distance of 50 Km from the park. You should visit it in the months between November and June.
Next in line are the Ranthambore National Park and Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary which are situated towards the south of Delhi. Sariska is around 200 Km from Delhi and is open throughout the year. Ranthambore is 450 Km from Delhi and is open from October to June.
Bandhavgarh and Kanha National Park are situated in the South Eastern side of Delhi. While Bandhavgarh is 250 Km from Delhi, Kanha is 991 Km far. You should visit Kanha in the months between February and June and Bandhavgarh must be visited between March to June. You can travel to both these parks either by road or train.
Book early flights to Delhi and get ready for an adventurous weekend wildlife gateway to any of these national parks! And yeah don't forget to carry your camera!!