Check out and praise the efforts of these elephant reserves in India in protecting these animals!
The giant yet cutest animal that we can think of is surely elephants! You might have taken elephant rides, but have you observed their usual activities in the national parks or sanctuaries? Well, if not! It’s a treat to watch them walk, play and do various activities, and you must check that out with these elephant reserves in India!
1. Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve, Odisha
Located in Odisha, Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve or Similipal-Kuldiha-Hadgarh Elephant Reserve is a densely green area for a large population of elephants. Here, you can watch the elephants roaming in the woods and meet with the tourists! Moreover, you also have an option to stay here with them!
2. Singhbhum Elephant Reserve, Jharkhand
You must know that the Singhbhum Elephant Reserve is the first elephant reserve in the country, created in 2001. It was established under Project Elephant, and the area of this place consists of 13,440 sq. Km. So, on your next trip to Jharkhand, do not forget to visit this!
3. Chirang-Ripu Elephant Reserve, Assam
Spread in the districts of Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa, and Udalguri of Assam along the foothills of Bhutan hills, the Chirang-Ripu Elephant Reserve is capable enough to let you catch glimpses of elephants! So, book a jeep and start exploring!
4. Garo-hills Elephant Reserve, Meghalaya
There is no doubt that Meghalaya has one of the most extensive forests; hence, Garo-hills Elephant Reserve has been up for protecting the elephants. You will come across the local communities also taking care of the wildlife! We suggest you don’t forget to visit here when in Meghalaya!
5. Anamudi Elephant Reserve, Kerala
This elephant reserve has a good number of elephants protected in their area, but the hilltop here also resembles the elephant’s forehead structure, making it unique. Also, lying in the Southern state of India, this elephant reserve has the privilege of being surrounded by majestic hills.
So, pack your bags, you adventure seekers, and head out to greet them!