If you are a nature lover and want to experience the wildlife at its best then, India can be your stop. Most of the Wildlife lovers travel to India to see Tigers in the wild, as it is the most photographed animal.
In India you can easily sight this majestic animal wandering in the jungle with pride and enormous strength, playing with its cubs, hunting for its prey......Tiger Safaris is the best option to fulfill all your expectations. Tiger represents to the world the wealth of wildlife in India. Out of total World's Tiger population nearly 50% of tigers are found in India. From the latest records the population of tigers has increased in India from 1,706 in 2011 to 2,226 in 2014. There are almost 48 Tiger reserves in India. Safaris in India can usually be made from November to June.
And wildlife lovers have many options to experience the Royalty of Royal Bengal Tiger at the closet. Tiger Safaris in an open gypsy in the jungle to see the wild cat is the combination of feelings of nervousness and excitement. So let explore some top destinations and the national park which offers tiger safaris.
TADOBA - ANDHARI TIGER RESERVE
It’s the largest national park in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra, which is often reffered as “Jewel of Vidarbha”. It is one of the oldest national park and tiger reserves as the population of tigers have increased rapidly. Many tourist visit here enjoying the thrills of Jungle safaris in open gypsy jeeps and buses with the trained guide. One can enjoy the tiger safari along with the other wild animals spotted apart from tigers. Like leopards, wild dogs, jungle cats, hyenas, sambar and barking deer. Best time to visit here is from February to May. MTDC has provided accommodation facility at Tadoba.
JIM CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
This park is located in the foothills of Himalayas in Nainital, Uttarakhand. Spread over an area of 520 square kilometers, the park is a complete package for wildlife buffs. Tourism activity is allowed in selected areas of the park, so that you can easily spot the wild tiger here. Corbett is also well known for wild elephants. The climate here is a dusty environment, so a proper guide is required to guide you. The park here has huge grasslands and watch towers where one can stand for hours and explore the jungle. Best time to visit here is November to June.
KANHA TIGER RESERVE
Kanha National park situated in central Indian state Madhya Pradesh is the king of Tiger Territory in India, in the ranges of Saputaras. The park is spread over in total area of 1945 sq km. Kanha National park is very scenic and beautiful which attracts wildlife photographers. One can easily spot the tiger over here. There is a tiger show where elephants are trained to block the tigers by their own ways. Kanha is always in the top list of wildlife lovers. Best time to visit here is April To June.
RANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK
This is one of the largest and famous national park in India located in Rajasthan. One of the promising national park where you can easily get glimpse of the tiger. The most interesting features of the park that its dotted with ancient ruins, including a fort where tigers and leopards often spotted. Tiger Safaris with a trained guide are available here. Best time to visit here is April and May.
SUNDARBANS NATIONAL PARK
Sunderbans is the famous destination where the lands meet the sea in the west tip of India. The biggest mangroves forest in the world are at Sundarbans Tiger Reserves. Its home to almost 400 Royal Bengal Tigers. One can enjoy the truest and rawest wildlife safari here. Few species of Tigers are man-eating over here. Apart from tigers one can spot leopards, chitals, fishing cats. Best time to visit here is November to February.
In India Tiger Safaris can also be done in National Parks like Pench, Melghat, Satpura, Bandhavgarh, Satpura, Bandipur, Panna etc. Largest tiger reserve in India area wise is Nagarjunsagar- Srisailam Tiger Reserve which is spread over in two states i.e Andhra Pradesh and Telangana with the total area covered is 5904.7 sq.km. In Maharashtra we find tiger reserves at Melghat, Tadoba-Andhari, Pench, Sahyadri Nawegaon-Nagzira Bor.
India is blessed with great treasure of TIGERS so let’s reserve it. To conserve and save tigers, Indian government has a special project 'Save Tigers' and a statutory body under the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Government of India - National Tiger Conservation Authority Project Tiger takes charge to it.
SAVE TIGERS SAVE WILDLIFE.