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Head to India, where almost half of the world’s remaining wild tiger population wanders.The country’s 1,400 big cats are spread over more than 40 national parks in the country.To help increase the chances of spotting a tiger in India, we’ve restricted your options down to five places where it’s most probably you will get a good spotting of the tiger.
|Tiger Reserve Name||Bandhavgarh National Park Bandhavgarh National Park: (Highest chance of sighting a tiger) Bandhavgarh National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Madhya Pradesh. It has the highest density of tigers in the region.The main area of the park is spread over 100 km and is abode to more than 50 tigers. The park is also recognized as the land of the white tiger, although white tigers no longer survive here. Other animals in the park comprise chital deer, sambar deer, barking deer, wild boar, nilgai antelope, four-horned antelope, Indian Bison, wild dog, leopard, blue bull, Indian fox and bear.
||Ranthambhore National Park Ranthambore National Park:( Best for scenic tiger photos ) When you see a snap of a tiger in India, it was generally like taken at Ranthambore National Park.One of India’s biggest national parks at 1,334 km, and probably it is the most famous, Ranthambore is a chosen park by wildlife photographers.Formerly the hunting grounds of the Maharajas of Jaipur, the park expanded in celebrity status during the 1960s when Queen Elizabeth II stayed and Prince Philip shot a tiger here. The park announced protection for tigers from predators in 1973 and is now one of the best tiger reserves in India.
||Tadoba National Park Tadoba National Park: Famous for its unaffected heritage, TadobaAndhari Tiger Reserve is unquestionably one of India’s most thrilling and best protected Tiger Reserve, with most observable tiger sightings in the state of Maharashtra. There are few lakes in Tadoba forest area which certifies rich in water resources for the park and nestles rich aquatic life and are also chiefinhabited place for marsh crocodiles. The park has infinite treasure trove of large number of genera of trees & plants and wildlife. The wildlife embraces tigers, hyenas, leopards, gaur, sloth bears, wild dogs, jackals, barking deer, sambar etc.
||Kanha National Park Kanha National Park: The scenic Kanha National Park takes a greenery out of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book.”The park has large open (Mowgli’s Stomping Ground) pastures where chances of spotting wildlife, including tigers, are high.It’s not tough to visualize Mowgli treading through the grass, on the look out for Shere Khan.Kanha is also home to the hard-ground barasingha, a threatened species of deer only found here. Other animals regularly sighted include chital, gaur, three-striped palm squirrel, common langur, jackal, wild pig, black buck, striped hyena, leopard, mouse deer, porcupine, chinkara, samber and ant-eating pangolin.
|Best Time To Visit||The park is open from October to June, yet the best time to meet the tigers is from April to June. As temperatures rise, wildlife leans to gather around watering holes.||While the park is open from October to June, winter months are cold and summer months make it almost insupportable. February and March have pleasing weather, but greatest chances of spotting a tiger are in April and May.||To observe the real wildlife, best time to explore is from February to May. Thru this period, Gaurs, tigers, herd of deer and other animals are easily seen in huge numbers.||While the park is open from October to June, the best time to sight the tigers is through the summer months from April to June.|
|Sightings of Tigers||High||High||High||High|
|Closest Airport||Jabalpur Airport is 197 km away, about four hours by car.||Jaipur is 132 kilometers away, about three hours by car.||Nagpur Airport is 140 Km away from where it takes 3 hour taxi rides to reach the park.||Jabalpur Airport is 175 kilometers away, about three hours by car.|
|Tiger Reserve Name||Jim Corbett National Park Jim Corbett National Park:( Best for panoramas ) The Jim Corbett National Park is India’s oldest parks, first recognized in 1936 as the Hailey National Park. In the mid-1950s, the park was devoted to the legendary hunter-turned-conservationist Corbett.Settled in the foothills of the Himalayas, the 500 km of Corbett have an extensive variety of terrain, from sal forests to marshes. In tallying with tigers, you’re probably to plug leopards, jungle cats, fishing cats, sloth bears, jackals, Bharal, goral, Himalayan tahr, serow, chital, sambal and barking deer.Corbett is also renowned as “elephant park” due to its bulky numbers of wild elephants; the Ramganga River is one of the best places to spot them.
||Pench Tiger Reserve Pench National Park:This 758sq km reserve is believed to have encouraged Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book, yet is undoubtedly one of the least-known in Madhya Pradesh. Tigers are subtler here but there are 32 other mammal classes living among its damp deciduous forests, meadows, river and lakeside habitats, plus approximately 200 bird species. Its tiger population contains the tigress Collarwali, who freshly brought up five cubs and whose mother was presented in the BBC’s Spy in the Jungle series.
||Sundarbans National Park Sundarbans National Park: Famed for its massive, low-lying mangrove inlet, the Sundarbans national park is also home to an amazing range of flora and fauna, on its muddy banks. Its plentiful tigers – and lots of smaller cats, involving the fishing and leopard cat, hide themselves well, but you can repeatedly grasp the highly vanishing Irrawaddy dolphin, sharks and even saltwater crocodiles. It’s a habitation for followers of nature, not for first-time safari goers. If you notice a tiger here, it’s a real delight.
||Satpura National Park Satpura National Park: Extended over the Satpura ranges and mounting to 1,352m at its highest point, this comparatively new, little-known picturesque reserve has the excellence of being set up for walking and also kayaking on its large reservoir – roughly too few parks offer. However, harbouring tigers, it is well known for detections of leopard, wild dog and sloth, as well as widespread butterflies amongst its forest-clad hills, steep gorges and many creeks.
|Best Time To Visit||The park is open from October to June. Though, the best time to spot tigers is from March to June, although visibility may be stained by dust.||February to June although cool season (October to February) is much more comfortable and still very good for wildlife.||The best time to visit is in cooler months of December to February. If one wants to clasp sights of Royal Bengal tigers, then the summer months of April to June are perfect as the animals come out in quest for water.||Park is open for visitors from 16-October to 30-June. Tourists can visit Satpura National Park from October to June. In this time most of the tourists from other country visit this tiger reserve.|
|Sightings of Tigers||Good||Good||Low||Low|
|Closest Airport||Pantnagar is 50 kilometers away, about one hour by car.||Nagpur is the nearest Airport only 88 Km. by road it will take around 2 – 3 hrs||Kolkata Airport is the nearest airport which is at the distance of 140 km from Sundarbans National Park.||Nearest airport for reaching Satpuranational park is in Bhopal city. It is 190 km – 4 Hours drive.|