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Gujarat Has Tropical Islands No One Knows About! 9 Unique Amusement & National Parks In India

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India is full of surpirses, isn't it? Check out some of India's most unique and popular amusement and national parks.

Gujarat Has Tropical Islands No One Knows About! 9 Unique Amusement & National Parks In India:

  1. Adlabs Imagica, Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  2. Wonder La, Bangalore (Karnataka)
  3. Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary , Kashmir (Jammu & Kashmir)
  4. Keibul Lamjao National Park, Imphal (Manipur)
  5. Namdapha National Park, Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh)
  6. Sunderbans National Park , Sunderbans
  7. Kollam (Quilon) (Kerala)
  8. Kaziranga National Park, Kaziranga (Assam)
  9. Marine National Park, Jamnagar (Gujarat)

1. Adlabs Imagica, Mumbai

Adlabs Imagica, Mumbaisource: wishberg.com

Imagica is one of a kind theme park in the country and is one of the most visited parks in the country. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Navil from Thane says, “Adlabs Imagica is superb and I think this is the mini Disney Land of India. There are lots of cool rides and I had a great fun. Don't miss the Salim Garh Ride - this is one of the best rides.”

2. Wonder La, Bangalore

Wonder La, Bangaloresource: flickr

Wonderla Bangalore is famous for some of the most outrageous rides in the county and is consistently the most visited amusement parks in the country. 

HolidayIQ Traveller Kamlesh says, “Wonderla is the most fabulous amusement park in Bangalore where you can spend an entire day. They have more than 55 Rides for every age group” Adds HolidayIQ Traveller Pranav, “An excellent amusement park! The energy and the crowd were ultimately awesome. I would definitely visit this place again, if I get a chance. The Giant Wheel is one of the best rides."

3. Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary, Kashmir

Hemis High Altitude Wildlife Sanctuary, Kashmirsource: wikimedia

About 200 snow leopards roam around this sanctuary being one of the major atractions of this particular National Prk. Apart from this, there's a special trekking train that people can follow.

4. Keibul Lamjao National Park, Imphal

Keibul Lamjao National Park, Imphalsource: wikimedia

What makes this park unique? One, there's Loktak Lake with floating phumids. Another reason is the absolutely exotic flora and fauna at this place. Believe us, you won't be disappointed.

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5. Namdapha National Park

Namdapha National Parksource: wikimedia

The only National park with the three cats - The snow leopard, the clouded leopard and the Bengal tiger. The place is a heaven for people interested in flora and fauna.

6. Sunderbans National Park, Sunderbans

Sunderbans National Park, Sunderbanssource: wikimedia

Sunderbans need no introduction with around 400 tigers. Well known for being mysterious, a picture of a never seen before cat was also clicked in 2012 in Sunderbans.

HolidayIQ Traveller Abhijit says, "Sunderbans National Park is the land of Royal Bengal Tigers. The national park is a biosphere reserve and a UNESCO declared world heritage site. The best way to explore Sunderbans National Park is by boat safari."

7. Jatayu Nature Park

Jatayu Nature Parksource: jatayunaturepark.com

This park will open in January-February next year and will sport the largest bird sculpture in the world . Apart from that, it will be a fun place to be at with scores of activities lined up for tourists.

8. Kaziranga National Park, Kaziranga

Kaziranga National Park, Kazirangasource: wikimedia

Apart from being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park is also the habitat of two-thirds of the total great one-horned rhinoceros population in the world.

HolidayIQ Traveller Kartik says, "Worth seeing, actually I visited southern part and also central part of the forest by Jeep safari. I found the wild elephants and hippos only at the central part worth watch when compared to southern part."

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9. Marine National Park, Jamnagar

Marine National Park, Jamnagarsource: wikimedia

Apart from being the first marine sanctuary in India, this sanctuary consists of an archipelago of about 42 islands and is a place of great interest from marine biologists as it is also known for its mangrove trees and coral reefs.

HolidayIQ Traveller Aarti says, "Narara Marine National Park is about 60 km. Away from Jamnagar (Gujarat) towards Dwarka. You must get all information from Hotel President (Jamnagar) regarding the timing to visit there. If you want to enjoy, then first of all reach there on time, collect the permit from forest department checkpoint and hire a guide(this will cost 400/- +300/-). Dress-up for knee deep water; take sunglass and most important wear good sports shoe. You should carry 500 ml of drinking water as you wouldnt resist yourself to walk inside the sea bed up to 3 km or more. You can see and touch variety of hard and soft coral there including Puffer fish (few variety of puffer fish are believed to be poisonous)."

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