16 National Park Pictures from Instagram That will Leave You Awestruck

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India has a total of 103 national parks and some more are underway. They have become an important part of tourism. They are perfect to appreciate the true beauty of the world we live in. Everyday, we are missing nature, trapped within the technology bound cosmopolitan life.

  1. #JimCorbett

My favoutire weather is the bird chirping weather

 

 

Hornbill. #birds #birdphotography #naturephotography #canon #puneinstagrammers #punephotographers #natgeotravel #corbett #hornbill

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  1. #SanjayGandhiNationalPark

“When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child,”

 

  1. #KanhaNationalPark

The stare!

 

  1. #KazirangaNationalPark 

The strongest always stands alone

 

  1. #Ranthambore

“Tiger Tiger burning bright.”

 

 

Eyes on the prize. Laila ( t-41), A sub-adult tigress takes an early morning stroll attracting jeeps full of excited tourists in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve. I had been contemplating all day what emotions would a tiger sighting arouse, and believe you me, I wasn’t ready for what followed. After hearing a Blue bull’s mating call and speeding at F1 speeds through windy forest roads our jeep came to a sudden halt. there she was, casually walking towards us with the infamous stare looking us down. Our guide radioed all other jeeps and in no time 8-10 jeeps were tussling with each other for a little peek. A Jeep costs about $30 and you have around 3 hours to catch a glimpse of these moody, fearless beauties who seem all too comfortable around camera flashes and crying babies. Limited time and zone distribution turn it into a fight scene from grocery wars, with each guide trying to get their group the best view in the house. #wildlife #tourism has become a double-edged sword in Ranthambore’s case. While the money helps in Tiger conservation and provides ample employment opportunities, there’s little to no education given to the already ignorant and mostly disrespectful tourists. although the park has seen a rise in Tiger population, from 25 in 2005 to 80 according to 2017 census, we’re still far from calling ourselves ethical conservationists. #ranthambore #tiger #reserve #wild #tbt #love #igers #savethetiger #igdaily #fun #sun #follow #followme #nature #picoftheday #bestoftheday #f4f #s4s #c4c

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  1. #JimCorbett

 

 

Igniting passionate affairs with destinations..🌍 #natgeoyourshot #mountains #roads #i_hobbygraphy #naturephotography #naturephoto #official_photography_hub #ISBTraveller #india #photographers_hub_india #junglesafari #uniquephotographyclub #india_clicks #yourshot_india #_iShades #indiatravelgram #incredibleindia #photosinbetween #wildlife #PeoplesCreative #tigerreserve #BloggerVibes #instalife #instadaily #travelling #traveler #jungle#journey #igers @dslrshoot @india_beats @photographers.of.india @thephotosociety @indiapictures @totaldesisnapperz @colourful_world_pictures @streets.of.hindustan @igershindustan @india.diaries @indiashutterbugs @natgeotravellerindia @shoton_motorola @streets.of.himalayas @uttarakhand.tourism

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  1. #BhandavgarhNationalPark

Kiss of Death

 

  1. #Bandipur

Innocence in the wild is contrasting 

 

  1. #Sariska

A friendly family

 

When hunger strikes to a child It’s the mom who can put all the efforts. ________________________ In Frame: Sariska Tiger Reserve, Alwar Sariska Tiger Reserve is a national park and tiger reserve located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan, India. Sariska, is one of the most visited national parks in the country, famous for the Bengal tiger. Earlier a hunting ground for the royal family of Rajasthan, Sariska is home to many architectural monuments of historical importance. A visit to Sariska is truly an eye opener on how much the human race has laid seige on every possible life form on the planet. The sighting of the tiger in its natural habitat is nothing short of a nail biting, heart pounding, thrilling moment. @_shubhasthan_ #peace_love_travel #travelstories #travelgram #mothernature #mothers #naturehippys #travelphotography #travelphoto #mountainlovers #natgeotravelindia #wonderlust #wanderer #rajasthandiaries #sariska #igerssariska #igersrajasthan #ig_world #follwme #follow4follow #followforfollow

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  1. #GirForest

The walk of pride

 

  1. #Banerghattanationalpark

Summer treat!

 

  1. #Nagarhole

Take a walk on the wild side.

 

 

. Photo by @mithunhphotography leopard decent Nagarhole National Park. #India #wildlife #nature #leopard #tree #nagarhole

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  1. #Pench 

Stories of the forest under the Banyan tree!

 

  1. #PeriyarNationalPark

Laughter is an instant vacation.

 

  1. #Sundarbans

A tiger does not shout, it acts!

 

 

@traveller_amit and @itsblackboard is proud to feature this masterpiece by Anup Kanodia 📷 @anup_kanodia ➖➖➖ #internationaltigerday ➖➖➖ In the author’s own words: I pray for your survival from greedy and selfish humans 🙏 I would also like to add for the less informed, that we need to give due credit to photographers who have been painstakingly documenting tigers in our wildlife reserves. Else tigers would had long vanished from our country thanks to the greed and corruption which exists in our society. The corrupt and the greedy do not want our lenses inside the forest such that they can be free to do what they want… I also wish to add a few words with respect for the few who have raised ethical concerns regards disturbing and violating their privacy… In my opinion and experience tigers are the king of the forest and do not get disturbed by us photographers in vehicles (save and except stupid people who dress inappropriately and play music)… I have lost count of times when a tiger has walked past by me or posed for me for hours, unaffected by my work… Mating amongst tigers sometime continues 3/4 times a day for quite a few days… I have been with tigers many a times during such behaviour and have always found tigers to be so engrossed with themselves that they have never really cared about my presence. In my last 10 years of photography, I have never been threatened by a tiger… This particular frame was shot in Bandhavgarh many years ago along with a team of photographers from BBC who were also documenting the mating of Bamera with Kankati… This shot was taken from my vehicle on the road and between the stream Charan Ganga… Only I could get this straight shot as the tigers came in front of my vehicle to enact this orgasm… I am grateful to GOD for enabling me to document this moment ! #indianpic #india_undiscovered #beautifulplaces #wildlife #tiger #wildlifeindia #savetiger #sundarbans #parks #jungle #nature #natgeo

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  1. #GangotriNationalPark

Wander often, wander always.

 

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Apeksha Harihar, Former Editor, Social Samosa has over 5+ years of experience in digital marketing and publishing. Follow Apeksha on Twitter. She is now a Travel Writer & Photographer on Thing2gether

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