India is a land of unique and extremely rich and varied flora and fauna. India is one of the most sought after wildlife destinations in the world. Thousands of wildlife enthusiasts, ornithologists, researchers and tourists from all corners of the world visit numerous National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries in India every year and return back with an unforgettable wildlife experience. The Northern India is known for its natural landscapes such as the great Himalayas, vast Gangetic Plains, which are home to numerous National Parks and wildlife sanctuaries of India. The favorable climate and topography of North India support quite unique and rich flora and fauna. Some of the finest and most famous wildlife sanctuaries of not only India but also the world are located in North India.
The most famous wildlife sanctuaries of North India are located in the Himalayas and the Aravali mountain ranges of India. In the list most of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in North India are Bharatpur National Park, Ranthambore National Park, and Corbett National Park.