For a wildlife admirer, nothing can be more exciting than the roaring of lions and chirping of birds. To fulfill all the heartfelt desires of such travelers, West India is replete with numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Brimming with immaculate beauty, West India hosts a wide variety of flora and fauna. Some of the imperiled species like the Asiatic lion and Indian Wild ass can be found in the wildlife sanctuaries of the Western region. Moreover, animals like Ridley Turtles, Desert Cats, Rhinoceroses, Elephants, Blackbucks, Eels, Wolves, etc. are preserved in the wildlife sanctuaries of West India.
Some of the famous wildlife sanctuaries in West India are Gir National Park, Tadoba National Park, Sanjay Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary and Dhrangadhra Sanctuary. In addition to these, there are many other wildlife sanctuaries existing in western India.