Best Destinations for Tiger Safari in India
Planning your wildlife safari tour to India? We can help you shortlisted some of the best destinations for tiger safari in India. Browse through the top national parks for tiger safari in India, the park insights like tiger population, climate, area, safari vehicles, and more.
India has more than 3000 tigers in the wild spread across the country in some of the best national parks of Asia. Parks like Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Tadoba, Jim Corbett, Pench are giving unique experiences to wildlife enthusiasts from the world over. The importance of wildlife tourism can be ascertained from the fact that more the number of tourists in a particular park the more the number of Tigers.
Best National Parks For Tiger Safari in India
One of the best National Parks in India – This Tiger Safari Park is rightfully called the Land of the Tiger. Bandhavgarh National Park is rightfully called the Land of the Tiger. Come take a Tiger Safari in India with us at Bandhavgarh National Park.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in the Indian state of Rajasthan comprises distinct areas with varied conservation history and virtually separated geographically, with mere narrow corridors linking them to the core, Ranthambore National Park.
The landscape of this Tiger Safari Park inspired Rudyard Kipling to write the Jungle Book. Home to the biggest Tigers in India, experts predict, that if the Tiger faced extinction, Kanha will be among the last strong footholds for their survival.
Renamed from Ramganga to Jim Corbett National Park, it is an ode to the hunter-turned conservationist and author, Colonel Jim Corbett. Located in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, Corbett is one of the most scenic national parks with rich bio-diversity.
Tadoba National Park is a quaint little jungle with beautiful hilly terrains on its north and west side and the Todoba Lake in the center. It used to be a little known forest, occasionally visited by few nature enthusiasts who wanted a wilderness experience.
Pench National Park, located in the states of Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, is named after the river Pench which divides the park into two. This park shot into prominence with an increase in wildlife tourism in the year 2002.
A Tiger Safari in any of these national parks is sure to leave you spell bound! Some of these tiger safari parks are known for not one not two but multiple tiger sightings in a day. They not only home the biggest cat in the Jungle, but also shed over 350 species of birds and other predators like Leopards, Wild Dogs (Dholes), Sloth Bear and more. While you’re in these parks, you also get a chance to interact with local guides and naturalists. They are trained experts in tiger tracking and accompany you during each safari. Since they’ve spent most of their life around these jungles, the tracks are like second home to them. For years they have been interacting with guests and taking them on some of their most memorable tiger safari experiences.
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this was our second tiger safari at Corbett with Nature Safari and turned out to be worth every penny.We saw 7 tigers in 3 days and from quite close distance too. The best part was seeing a tigress wit her 2 grown cubs who crossed our path and walked...