In the year 1972, the Wildlife Protection Act and Project Tiger were put into place to protect and enjoy the extensive flora and fauna of India. Today, a total of 166 national parks have been identified and are protected by the Forest department of India.
The most important wildlife destinations in India are 1. Corbett National Park 2. Kanha National Park 3. Bandhavgarh National Park 4. Ranthambore National Park 5. Bandipur 6. Sasan Gir 7. Pench and 8. Dandeli. Its great to now that India has 6 UNESCO Natural world heritage sites Kaziranga National Park, Keoladeo National Park, Manas Wildlife Sanctuary, Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks, Sundarbans National Park and the Western Ghats.