Hazaribagh National Park
Located in Jharkhand, Hazaribagh National Park is the oldest wildlife sanctuary in India. The park was established in the year 1954 having the objective of conserving wildlife & offering a home for endangered and rare species of flora & fauna. The place has a landscape that is full of sheer hills, thick tropical forest, spectacular countryside, & attractive meadows. The place is located at a distance of nineteen kilometers from Hazaribagh & 135 kilometers away from Ranchi. The best part about visiting the national park & wildlife sanctuary is that all its interiors are well-connected by the internal roads of 111 kilometers which are constructed in such a way that animals don’t get obstructed as they go about their daily business. Hop in for jeep safaris, climb to the watchtowers, & enjoy the magnificent wildlife & natural aesthetics of this national park. The beautiful amalgamation of nature & wildlife will make exploring this place a once-in-a-lifetime experience. There are several tigers in this relatively low sanctuary, you can spot several other animals like Cheetal, Sambar, Nilgai, & Wild Boar.