India is home to 6 marine national parks that have coral reefs, mangroves, sea turtles and rich marine life.Photo: Unsplash
It is in the Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat & protects diverse marine ecosystems, including coral reefs and mangroves, and promotes sustainable tourism.Video: Instagram/ R
This National Park is a protected area located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, known for its rich marine biodiversity and coral reefs.
It is a protected area in Malvan, Maharashtra. It is known for its diverse marine life, including coral reefs, fish species, & underwater rock formations.Photo: Twitter/
It is a protected area located in Odisha. It is known for being the world's largest nesting ground for Olive Ridley sea turtles.Photo: Twitter/
Gulf of Mannar Marine National Park is located in Tamil Nadu. It is recognized for its Dugong Conservation Reserve, a first in India.Video: Twitter/BERTIEGREGORY
Located in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, it covers 256 km2 and features coral reefs, mangrove forests, and a fruit-eating bat.Photo: Twitter/
These parks play a crucial role in safeguarding marine life, and cultural heritage while keeping it for the public to enjoy.Photo: Twitter/