Gujarat wildlife sanctuaries are known for exotic collections of flora and fauna species which call on many tourists from several parts of the globe. Its topographical location has gifted Gujarat with 4 National Parks and 21 Wildlife Sanctuaries, which are managed by the Forest Department of the Government of Gujarat.

The vast expansion of mountain range is covered with scenic landscapes, dense forests, waterfalls, mountain streams, and rivers that support rich biodiversity of wildlife reserves. It has varied landforms, ranging from dry deciduous forests, majestic grasslands, wetlands, marine ecosystems, and rich moist deciduous forests. The rich biodiversity of this place has as many as 500 varieties of mammals, more than 2000 species of birds, a wide range of insects, fishes, amphibians, reptiles, and many more.

The Gujarat Forest Department, over the years, has spearheaded the conversion of waste land into small tracts of lush green land. Their efforts can be seen in

Must visit Gir National Park, Wild Ass Sanctuary, Velavadar Blackbuck National Park, Ambardi Safari Park, Marine National Park and many more.