10 UNESCO Natural Heritage Sites In India

1.  Great Himalayan National Park

This national park is located in Himachal Pradesh and is popular for rare special flora and fauna including wild animals such as leopards, bears and musk deer.

2. Kaziranga National Park

Located in Assam state, majorly popular for its one-horned rhinoceros. Other Animals including tigers, elephants, and  wild water buffalo can be seen.

3. Sundarbans National Park

Located in West Bengal, It is the largest mangrove forest in the world. Famous for the Bengal tiger found here.

4. Valley of Flowers

Located in Uttarakhand, Valley of Flowers is included in UNESCO sites because of the meadows of wildflowers that are only found here.

5. Keoladeo National Park

Located in Rajasthan, the best time to visit is during winter to see migratory birds. More than 300 species of bird are found in the Park.

6. Manas Wildlife Sanctuary

Located in Assam,it is included in UNESCO World site because of the rare species such as roofed turtle and pygmy hog found here.

7. Khangchendzonga National Park

Situated in Sikkim, Khangchendzonga is the 3rd highest mountain in the world. wild animals such as snow leopard and rare species of flora and fauna found here.

8. Western Ghat

Runs along western coast of india covers 6 states, it is included in UNESCO World site because of the unique biodiversity.