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Spot Tigers at 5 Most Popular National Parks in India

By Indiawildlife

India is a home of about 70% of tigers in the world which is increasing day by day or year by year. As the country has the largest population of tigers, it attracts the major attention of tourists, wildlife enthusiasts, wildlife photographers, and adventure or nature lovers who plan their wildlife holidays in India. Spotting a tiger in its natural habitat is the dream of every wildlife lover. Imagine the roaring sound of a tiger near you in the wildlife reserve is the most wonderful and thrilling experience of life. A tiger is always the main attraction of every wildlife safari in India. Here are 5 most popular tiger reserves in India that are rich in tiger population and you may spot tigers in these reserves –

Bandhavgarh National Park –


Situated amid the northeastern border of Madhya Pradesh near Satpura and Vindhya Ranges, Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most popular wildlife reserves in India. Bandhavgarh National Park is a home of 100 Bengal tigers that meander around the reserve freely. Other than tigers, you can also spot deers, leopards, and other species in the
Bandhavgarh Tiger Tour Package

When to visit Bandhavgarh National Park?
The months of October to April are considered to be the best time to visit Bandhavgarh National Park.

Kanha Tiger Reserve –


Located in Madhya Pradesh, Kanha National Park is famous for its rich tiger popular. Kanha can be chosen as the destination for the wildlife enthusiast. The forest management has worked hard to maintain the sanity of the park and its sheer pristine beauty. Other than tigers, the reserve has a significant population of the Royal Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, Indian Leopards, Barasingha, Indian wild dog, etc which you can spot in
Kanha wildlife tour package.

When to visit Kanha Tiger Reserve?
The tiger reserve can be visited in any season but the intense summers.

Ranthambore National Park –

Ranthambore national park

The most popular tiger reserve in Rajasthan is Ranthambore National Park which is located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan. Previously the area was the famous hunting spot of Maharajas, which is now a wildlife reserve. Not only a tiger, but it is also a home of many other wildlife species that you can spot while enjoying the jeep safari or canter safari in Ranthambore tiger safari.

When to visit Ranthambore National Park?
The months of October to March are considered to be the best time to visit Ranthambore National Park.

Jim Corbett National Park –


The most ancient wildlife reserve in India is perhaps the most luxurious, restoring, and elegant contribution to biodiversity. Jim Corbett National Park is the most highlighted national parks of India that gives a perfect view of scenic Nainital hills. The wildlife reserve has the second largest number of tiger population in India where you can spot big cats in its natural habitat.

When to visit Jim Corbett National Park?The months of October to February are considered to be the best time to visit Jim Corbett National Park

Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve –


Tadoba is usually known as the Jewel of Vidarbha, it is the biggest wildlife reserve in Maharashtra. The growing population of Tigers got their coziness in the wilderness of reserve. Tigers can be easily spotted in the region, on gypsy or canter with the local guides of the wildlife reserve. Moreover, Tadoba is a home of various wildlife species that you’d otherwise find in the wildlife safari.

When to visit Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve?
The months of September to March are considered to be the best time to visit Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve.

While short listing the best National park for your wildlife tour in India, you must consider these tiger reserves in your tour.

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