In India, the scenic grandeur, abundant wildlife, unsurpassed adventures and various cultural splendors are some of the elements that amalgamate collectively for giving an idiosyncratic glimpse of unique place and jeep safari tour. There are many tiger reserves in the country but only a few of them are well recognized by the people across the world. Here are the best Top 5 tiger reserves in India where you can spot the tiger at any one of below National park of India.
Corbett National Park is one of the most popular and the oldest tiger reserves in India. This national park is named after a famous hunter called Jim Corbett and it is located in Nanital district of Uttrakhand State. You can find some of the greatest and the most diverse fauna including some endangered animal species and spectacular natural sites. Corbett national park will be a real delight for nature wanderers and wildlife photographers to take some awesome photographs.
Ranthambore National Park is exactly located at the junction of Vindhya and Aravalli range and this is one of the best places to observe animals. Being of the popular tiger reserves in India, Ranthambore National Park has a number of water bodies which provide extreme relief for the inhabitants of the forest. You can see these tigers during day time as they do not have fear of human presence. This enables the tourists to watch tigers without any hassle. As this national park is famous for tiger sightings, tourists from all over the world gather here from October to May.
BandhavGarh National Park is again one of the top tiger reserves and wild life sanctuaries in India. This national park has a higher density of tiger population and it belongs to Vindhya Mountain ranges. You can see around 52 tigers in this national park. Before hundred years ago, white tigers were discovered in this BandhvaGarh but now no white tiger has been reported. Apart from tigers, you can also watch Nilgai, Chausingha, Chinkara, Jackal and chital in BandhvaGarh National Park.
When you explore Tadoba National Park, you can watch roaming tiger, leopard, Indian wild dog, spotted deer, blue bull, porcupine, four horned antelope and many more. Being one of the biggest national parks and tiger reserves in India, Kanha National Park is a home to rare species of both flora and fauna. The highlight of this national park is tiger watching.