July 25, 2023
India is blessed with a diverse range of beautiful forests, each offering its unique charm and ecological significance. Here are 11 of the most stunning forests in the country
The Sundarbans mangrove forest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest deltaic mangrove forests in the world. It is home to the elusive Bengal tiger and an array of wildlife species.
Located in the Western Ghats, Dandeli is a lush forest known for its rich biodiversity, including various species of birds, animals, and reptiles.
India's oldest national park and a tiger reserve, Corbett offers a captivating landscape with dense forests, rivers, and grasslands.
The inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book," Kanha is a beautiful forest teeming with wildlife, including the majestic Bengal tiger.
Nestled in the Western Ghats, Periyar's verdant forests are home to elephants, tigers, and various other wildlife species. The scenic Periyar Lake adds to its beauty.
This tiger reserve in Maharashtra boasts of diverse flora and fauna, with scenic landscapes and numerous water bodies.
The lush forest of Ranthambore is famous for its population of Royal Bengal tigers and the picturesque Ranthambore Fort.
One of the highest national parks in the world, Hemis is a cold desert adorned with snow-capped peaks and rare wildlife like snow leopards.
The last abode of the Asiatic lion, Gir Forest is a unique and beautiful ecosystem with dry deciduous forests.
Together with Nagarhole and Mudumalai, Bandipur forms the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. It is known for its stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife.
This sacred forest near Shillong is preserved by the local Khasi community and is a living example of Meghalaya's biodiversity and cultural heritage.