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10 Best Tiger Safari in India

27-8-2019
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10 Best Tiger Safari in India

If you’re planning to explore the Wildlife National Park in India, then you should know that Tiger is the national animal of this country. Fortunately, India is home to 2,500 tigers, which contributes about 70% to the Tiger’s population across the world. India is a predominant fauna, and National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has worked its level best to improve the population of tigers. And yes, it has worked immensely, from 1,114 to 2,500 tigers was at an easy path.

Are you fond of Tiger Safaris? If yes, then India has the best national parks with some amazing tiger safari that you would cherish for years. Below-mentioned safaris are handpicked parks that travelers should visit for rides:

 

1. Bandhavgarh National Park

This wildlife sanctuary of India, situated in Madhya Pradesh has the highest density of the country’s national animal. Approx.50 tigers are splendid around 100sq km, and earlier this place was known for white tigers. But now, it’s been more than 50 years since the white tiger species have been abolished.

Best time to visit- April to June

 

2. Ranthambore National Park

Located in Sawai Madhopur, Ranthambore National Park holds the second position for tiger sightseeing in India, which is stretched over an area of 392kms along with different zones. You could found tigers wandering and relaxing in the sun here. This place is well-recognized for some popular tigers that include Slant Ear, Sultan, Machli or Mala.

Best time to visit- October to June

 

3. Corbett National Park

Corbett National Park is located in the beautiful state of India, which is Uttrakhand that sprawls across two districts. This is the perfect National Park for tiger safari that covers the total distance of 1,288 sq km, further divided into five different zones.

Best time to visit- November to February

 

10 Best Tiger Safari in India

4. Kanha National Park

Situated in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is a thick forest that covers sal trees and is popularly known for spotting Royal Bengal Tigers. It is one of the high demand safari places due to frequent spotting of tigers, leopards, sloth bears, and wild dogs.

Best time to visit- October to March


5. Periyar Tiger Reserve

This national park is located in Kerala, prominent known for its tiger reserve across South India. Periyar Tiger Reserve boasts 35 tigers in total, enabling you to enjoy the trail through the forest with five guides and five armed forces.

Best time to visit- September to April

 

6. Bandipur National Park

Bandipur National Park is again a famous sanctuary in South Indian states of Karnataka. This place rich in biodiversity and has been stretched up to 874 km. You could find the wild elephants and wild boars near the water hole. More so, this place is home to 114 tigers as of now.

Best time to visit- October to March

 

7. Satpura National Park

This national park is famous for its Bengal tiger and is located in Madhya Pradesh, covering approx. 524 sq km. It is also home to other animals like leopard and tigers. This national park is entirely new and unexplored yet.

Best time to visit- November to March

 

8. Nagarhole National Park

The Nagarhole Tiger Reserve in India is home to the most significant number of Asian elephants all across the globe. You can also find leopards, tigers, and wild dogs in reserve located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka.

Best time to visit - October to May

 

9. Tadoba National Park

Tadoba National Park is located in Nagpur district of Maharashtra. It is known for tiger safaris between the bamboo dwellings and has some amazing accommodation facilities. This reserve is quite small in size, so the probability of spotting the Tiger is higher.

Best time to visit- October to June

 

10. Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska Tiger reserve is located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, which is part of the Project Tiger in the year 1978 and was declared as a National Park in 1982. It covers a total distance of 273.8 km and is prominently known for the relocation of tigers in the year 2004.

Best time to visit - All around the year

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