Top 5 Places for Wildlife Safari in India(Must Visit) | The Wanderer India

As humans, we are always very close to wildlife and nature. Wild animals have always attracted nature and animal lovers. There is no doubt that India is the best stop for wildlife trips in the world. But there are more than 100 national parks, 40 tiger sanctuaries, and 450 wildlife sanctuaries in India. Sometimes it is difficult to decide where to spend a wildlife holiday in India. Whether it is the mountains of Uttarakhand or the desert of Rajasthan, every corner of India is full of abundant wildlife. Also, if the discovery of tigers (Royal Bengal Tiger) is the main purpose of planning your wildlife tour, then India is in the right place. In this blog, we provide information about the 5 best destinations where you can fully enjoy your Tiger Safari holidays in India.

1. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan – 

Ranthambore National Park covers an area of ​​1,334 square kilometres and is home to royal predators who live on royal lands in Rajasthan. Tigers are the main attraction of the park and can easily arouse the interest of wildlife photographers. On a safari trip in Ranthambore, you will be attracted by these cats running free and soaking up the warmth of the desert. In addition to tigers, there are also various other wild animals and plants, such as lazy bears, wild boars, sambars, etc., which attract tourists. 

Best time to visit Ranthambore National Park – 

The park remains open from October to June, but the ideal time to see tigers is from March to May.

2. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand –

Jim Corbett’ started in 1936 when it was declared the first national park in Asia. Since then, it was established in 1974 as the first Tigers reserve team under the Tiger Project. Since then, the legend has not stopped. Living in this oldest national park is the angriest member of the tiger family. People from all over the world visit Corbett just to see these extremely dangerous cats. In addition to tigers, Jim Corbett National Park is also a habitat for cats, Serow, Goral, Himalaya Tahr, and several other fascinating wild species. 

Best Time To Visit Jim Corbett National Park – 

The best time to visit Corbett National Park is From mid-November to late June, we welcome visitors, and the best time to spot tigers is from March to May. 

3. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh –

While Sher Khan of “The Book of the Jungle” roared in the pages of the book, Kanha’s tiger roared in the real woods. Kanha is popular as the land of Mogli and is the place that inspired Rudyard Kipling’s best classic, Jungle Book. Whether it’s Bagheera (Black Panther), Baloo (Bear), Kaa (Python), Hathi (Elephant) or Sher Khan (Bengal Tiger), every character in this bestseller comes from a real-time resident of Kanha National Park. Therefore, it is not wrong to point out that the wonderful terrain of Kanha is an ideal place for rich and vivid wildlife. 

Best time to visit Kanha National Park – 

The gate will be open from mid-October to June, the peak time is March to May, you will see the Royal Cat.

4. Sunderban National Park, West Bengal –

Have you ever seen a tiger swimming in the water anywhere? Have you ever heard of it? If not, then you must travel in the mangrove forests of Sunderban National Park. Sunderban has it all. It can be the crown of the world’s largest mangrove shelter, the crown of India’s largest tiger reserve, or the crown of tiger populations that adopt an amphibious lifestyle. Perhaps it goes without saying that this park is undoubtedly one of the ultimate destinations for enjoying Indian wildlife holidays. Also, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and now you know the reason for this honour. 

Best time to visit Sunderban National Park –

The park is open all year round. However, it is best not to forget the perfect performance of the amphibious tiger. 

5. Gir National Park, Gujarat – 

Gir National Park is one of the most shining gems in the treasure house of Gujarat. If you ask anyone about Jill’s object of resistance (attraction centre), the unanimous answer will be “Asiatic Lion”. Gill National Park is the only home for the Asian lion population, so these big cats greatly promote the tourism of Indian wildlife. The park is home to about 32 species of mammals, 300 species of birds, and 26 species of reptiles along with lions. Therefore, Gill has a rich biodiversity, which is the reason for the increase in the number of visitors to the park. 

The best time to visit Gil National Park –

October to the end of May is the best season to visit the various park.


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