Top 5 Amazing Forests To Visit In India



Attention all nature lovers! Here is a list of top 5 best forests in India, you would love to get lost in....
So, shall we begin? Get....set....go....!

  1. Forests of Arunachal:
Forests of Arunachal


It is the sole surviving rain woods of India and 61% of the Arunachal state is covered with these forests. The woods are spread across 51,540-sq-km and furthermore spread over a rise of 100m in the foothill locales. This forest is full of ecological diversity that brought about changing forest types. Here you can see the tropical woods along the foothills. The bamboo forests and grass fields are likewise a part of this stunning forest.

  1. Jog Fall surroundings in Karnataka:
Jog Fall surroundings in Karnataka


Jog Falls environs are located in the Karnataka state which is rich in beautiful nature. This place isn't popular just for its picturesque magnificence, yet additionally the best place for trekking. This forest range has transformed drastically because of human intervention. This place hosts the largest waterfall in the country, and amid the monsoon season, it is simply breathtaking. The jog falls are home for some of the best and greatest biodiversity on the planet.

  1. The Satpura range in Madhya Pradesh:
The Satpura range in Madhya Pradesh


The Satpura range is amongst the well known forest ranges in Madhya Pradesh and it's additionally popular as "Satpura Tiger Reserve." you should visit this place to see various hills, a lot of water streams with pools along with waterfalls. This forest is acclaimed for dense canopies of bamboo forest and not to overlook the stone and soil formations. One can visit the national park and look out for Leopards, Tigers, Sambhar, Crocodile, Indian Bison, Great Indian Squirrels, Wild Dogs and lots more.

  1. Gir Forest in Gujarat:
Gir Forest in Gujarat


To look at the most uncommon and endangered species, then, you should visit Gir forests in the state of Gujarat. It is one forest range, which is prevalently known for hosting the Asiatic lions. You should spend a night atop the watchtower close to the Kamleshwar dam where you can hear the howl of the jackals. In the night, Chital's intrude on the silence of the night and you can likewise get the profound roar of a male Lion.

  1. Sundarban forest in West Bengal:
Sundarban forest in West Bengal


The Sundarbans are known to be the home to the white tiger (a variant of the Royal Bengal tiger).

The lush green mangrove forest is only a tiger book and furthermore a biosphere reserve. An enormous number of all Sundari trees are seen round the forest which likewise homes fishing cats, macaques, leopard cats, wild boars, fox, Indian grey mongoose, flying fox, jungle kitty, pangolin, alongside chita.

So, if you are looking to be in the company of wildlife, then these are definitely some of the places you can try out.

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