Most Jaw-Dropping World Heritage Sites

By - Saurabh Shukla

Nestled in Himachal Pradesh, this park boasts pristine alpine landscapes and shelters endangered wildlife, making it a biodiversity hotspot.

Great Himalayan National Park

Located in Assam, Kaziranga is famed for its conservation of the one-horned rhinoceros and its vital role as a habitat for diverse bird species.

Kaziranga National Park

Formerly a duck shooting reserve in Rajasthan, Keoladeo is now celebrated for its resident and migratory bird populations, serving as a crucial breeding ground.

Keoladeo National Park

In Assam, this sanctuary forms part of the Manas Tiger Reserve, offering shelter to endangered species amidst diverse landscapes.

Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

Uttarakhand's Nanda Devi features rugged terrain dominated by India's second-highest peak, while the adjacent Valley of Flowers hosts diverse flora and fauna in vibrant meadows.

Nanda Devi & Valley of Flowers

The Sundarbans delta in West Bengal is home to the largest mangrove forest, housing Bengal tigers and species adapted to brackish water.

Sundarbans National Park

Stretching along India's western coast, the Western Ghats influence monsoon patterns and harbor diverse species within tropical forests.

Western Ghats

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