India Tiger Tours.
Away from the noise and pollution of the cities, India is a green haven. Along with the chirping of the colorful birds, you will find a totally refreshing and relaxing environment to rejuvenate yourself. With 450 sanctuaries, 40 tiger parks and 99 national parks, there’s no shortage of wildlife experiences to be had in India.
Sounds exciting? Then book your tickets and pay a visit to the famous wildlife sanctuaries of India.
Here are the lists of some popular wildlife safaris where you will have an unforgettable experience.
India’s best tiger tours
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Tiger tours in the ranthambore national park is one of India’s most popular tourist activities. Here you can go on a safari and see many different types of animals such as Sloth Bears, Wild Boars, and Sambar.
If you are looking out for some adventurous tiger tours in India, then you must pay a visit to this park. The ideal time to visit is from March to May.
Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
When it comes to north India tours, then you must plan a day’s visit to the Uttarkhand’s adventurous Jim Corbett National Park.
Myriads of the people visit Corbett just to get a glance of the dangerous cats and tigers. You can also take a view of the Serow, Goral, and several other fascinating wild species.
Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Want to have a spectacular view of the Royal Bengal Tigers? Then head to the backwoods of the Bandhavgarh National Park.
Here you not only find big cats but you’ll also be able to enjoy exotic fauna species and picturesque landscapes. Bandhavgarh is counted among the best places in the country for wildlife safaris for its combination of animals and plants. The best time to visit the Bandhavgarh National Park is between October and June.
Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
We have read many stories about the Sher Khan in our story books.but to have a real view of the roaring tiger of Kanha you must definitely visit here. Bagheera (Black Panther), Baloo (Bear), Kaa (Python), Hathi (Elephant) or Sher Khan (Bengal Tiger), every character that we have read about in our story books, can be seen in Kanha National Park.
Sunderban National Park, West Bengal
If you love thrilling and adventurous tour, then you must visit the Sunderban National Park. Being the world’s largest forest cover of the Mangroves, the place is a rich wildlife sanctuary.
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Want to get a glance of one of the most exotic animals – The Rhinoceros? Then you must pay a visit to the Kaziranga National Park. Besides the giant Rhinos, you can have a look at the other beautiful wildlife such as Elephants, Bears, Panthers and various pretty birds also in the Kaziranga National Park.