Tiger Safari In India and Tour Packages

Travel Ranthambore, Sariska and Bharatpur to have a glimpse of mesmerizing flora & fauna.

12 Best National Parks Tiger Safari in India 2023, Wildlife Tours

Tiger denotes strength and bravery. They are the rulers of the jungle and dominate the entire region with their attitude and power. The Bengal tiger is the most popular species, mainly found in India. Tigers are associated with many proud and religious movements in India.

Explore scenic beauty with the natural landscape, wildlife, animals, and rare and migrated birds away from the chaotic life of the metroSpot how tiger sleeps, eat, and live in the tropical jungles of India.

Have the most adventurous and thrilling experience in the most natural and serene Tiger Parks of India.

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Book in advance some recently updated exciting tiger safari packages that have curated the safest and secure hygienic destination, to make your holiday trip out of harm way.

Tour DurationTheme
09 Nights – 10 DaysAdventure, Wildlife and Leisure
Travel StylePackage Cost
Private / Group / Family / FriendsUSD $ 830 Per Person

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Amazing Facts About Tiger Reserves in India

We have 51 Tiger Reserves, preserving 3890 (70% of World’s Tiger Population) tigers in India. Every Tiger reserve from the top 10 list witnesses around 1 lakh to 2 lakh visitors annually.

Karnataka has the highest 408 number of tiger preserves in their national park and reserve.

The highest number of tigers can be seen in Jim Corbett National Park.

Some of the Parks such as Kaziranga National Park, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, and Jim Corbett National Park also provide Elephant Safaris that allows you to get a clear and closer view of the Jungle.

In this way, there are a total of 12 of the best national parks and tiger reserves in India for you to enjoy jungle safari and tiger safari. This 2023 Tiger Safari in India Guide will detail about all the places along with the best time to visitchances of tiger spottingestimated cost of tiger safariTiger Safari Zones, and Things to do other tiger safari in those destinations.

1. Ranthambore National Park

The Ranthambore National Park , bordered by the Aravali ranges in Rajasthan, is a popular destination for tiger safari in India. The place is famous for its picturesque beauty beneath the hills and for its lavish and comfortable stay at some beautiful architectural heritage properties.

2. Hemis National Park

Hemis National Park is in the eastern part of Ladakh of J&K region. This is a small national park having a high density of globally renowned snow Leopards. This place will give you an adventurous and soul fetching a thrilling experience with many other activities happening there. The white tigers are popular in this region.

3. Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett, National park is situated in forested land of Uttarakhand. The place has rich fauna and is the best place to visit at any time of the month. The tigers, lions, elephants can be seen in the most natural way in your trip here. The rivers give a serene view to be cherished for a lifetime. Jungle Safaris in Jim Corbett National Park are also provided at the Dhikala and Bijrani Zone of the park.

4. Bandipur National Park

Bandipur National Park was the hunting ground for Mysore royals for many years in Karnataka. It is now the land for lion, Tiger, Antelopes, Elephant, Bison to wander and breed in their natural habitat. The resort here can give you the natural view of the forest from your windows, making it a memorable trip for lifelong.  Bandhipur National Park Safaris attracts every year thousands of tourists from all over the world.

5. Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park is in the central Tala zone of Madhya Pradesh. The ancient Bandhavgarh fort in the south of the park is proof to the royal story of the rulers and hunters. The park has lions, Bengal Tiger, white tiger, deers to be seen in the month of October and November to bring that thrilling experience to the trip. Elephant Safari is also available at the Magdi Zone of the Park.

6. Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO in Kanchanjuri Assam. The forest is rich in vegetation and wildlife including the exclusive species of single-horned Rhino. The weather, the food and the place to stay make it an ideal place to visit with family in any season. The Park is also an ideal destination for Elephant Safaris and the best zones to enjoy it are Kohora and Bagori Range.

7. Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is in Madhya Pradesh’s hilly region Bamhnidadar. The grassland, the tall trees, the water reservoirs are the perfect place to reserve, the wildlife in the most authentic manner. The Barasingha is the jewel of Kanha National Park and more can be read and found about it in the museum totally dedicated to wildlife. In the month of May, the dry forest makes it comfortable to sight these animals on rusty land, but after monsoon the weather becomes pleasant but dense vegetation makes it hard to watch this wildlife and birds in the forest. One can also enjoy Elephant safaris at Kanha, Mukki, Kisli, and Sarhi zones of the park.

8. Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park is the other side of the Bandipur National Park separated by Kabini rivers. The Teak and Sandalwood tree aroma is spread throughout the Brahmagiri mountains. The waterfalls, rivers around the park make the park famous for various activities like hiking and river rafting. The place is the perfect destination for a thrilling experience.

9. Anamalai Tiger Reserve

A beautiful forest located at Anaimalai Hills of Pollachi and Valparai is an exotic home for endangered Bengal Tiger, Indian elephant Indian leopard, and many more species. The major attraction is the Topslip area a downhill terrain popular for trekking, morning walk and amazing view from mountains.

10. Pench Tiger Reserve

The Rudyard Kipling famous writing Jungle book got its inspiration from this jungle which he never visited but, got just inspired by the stories and another part of India, he has visited. The 1000 km stretch of dense forest on the border of Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh is home for many species of flora and fauna and is also a beautiful holiday spot to spend on the banks of the river Pench.

11. Sariska Tiger Reserve

The hunting ground located near to altar is the first reserve in the world to relocate the extinction tiger in the natural habitat. The reserve is over near to Delhi, Jaipur and Agra making it perfect stop during your Golden triangle tour to India. The popular weekend getaway spot for locals for its scenic beauty and comfortable stay.

12. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

One of the oldest Tiger reserves in Maharashtra is a mythological land for Indians. The densely forested hills make a picturesque boundary of the deep valley extended in meadows and lakes in the plain land area. The cliffs, caves, and talus sheltered many wild animals in a natural way.

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Full Tour Itinerary of Tiger Safari Tour India

Tour Routing: New Delhi – Agra – Bharatpur – Ranthambhore – Jaipur – Sariska – New Delhi

Days 1-2: New Delhi - Heritage retreat of every voyager, New Delhi

A hub of its own kind and the political, cultural & heritage capital of India, Delhi is an integral part of every voyager’s trip to India. This city lies at the deep core of every event/process that has an effect on the functioning of the country. From the shopping markets of Chandni Chowk, Delhi Haat & Lajpat nagar to the marvels of Red fort, Qutub Minar & Jama Masjid (Mosque), this glorious city is the perfect epitome of architectural & cultural delicacy.

Accommodation: Hotel stay for two nights

Days 3: Agra - Glory of the Taj & quiet of the lawns

Lying on the banks of the legendary river Yamuna, situated 225 miles west of the state capital, Agra is the proud holder of the 7th wonder of this world, The astounding Taj Mahal. This four pillar structure is an engineering & architectural marble created in the mughal era by Shah Jahan to bury the sacred remains of his wife Mumtaz Mahal. Agra also offers you the chance to visit Baby Taj (Itmad-ud-Daula), pay a visit to the Agra fort & take a walk in the quiet of the gardens surrounding the Taj.

Accommodation: Hotel stay for one nights

Days 4: Bharatpur - The hub of birds, Keoladeo National Park

Former capital of the Jat kingdom and the seat of the beautiful Keoladeo National Park in the state of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is an alluring tourist destination housing over 364 species of birds including species from Afghanistan & Turkmenistan & the extremely rare siberian crane in the Keoladeo duck hunting reserve. Other attractions in Bharatpur include the Government museum, the Golbagh Palace, Ganga Mandir & Kishori Mahal

Accommodation: Hotel stay for one nights

Days 5-6: Ranthambhore - The dense forests & Bengal tigers of Ranthambhore

Home to above 60 tigers & a wide range of other wild animals including the hyena, crocodiles, bears etc, Ranthambhore is one of north India’s largest wildlife sanctuaries located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan 160 km southeast of Jaipur. This large forest reserve consists not only of wildlife and the dense forests but also give way to the gorgeous Ranthambhore fort in the hills above plains which also houses a Ganesh Temple. Various safaris run from early morning searching for tigers in Ranthambhore.

Accommodation: Hotel stay for two nights

Day 7-8: Jaipur - Rajasthani Cuisine, pink city views & the traditional markets

Treat yourself to some of the traditional Rajasthani delicacies (especially Dal Baati with churma) in the local restaurants of Jaipur after a go through of the prepossessing forts & monuments of Jaipur (especially the Amber Fort & Nahargarh Fort overlooking the entire pink city from the top of the hills) followed by some endless shopping in the old city of Jaipur. This desert capital offers unlimited options to everyone in terms of interests & activities.

Accommodation: Hotel stay for two nights

Day 9: Sariska - Beauty with wildlife, Sariska

Located barely 100 kms from Jaipur and another 100 from Delhi, Sariska is a beautiful town housing the dazzling Sariska tiger reserve set up in 1955 as a wildlife sanctuary and acknowledged as a part of the project tiger in 1978. The most attractive part of this tiger reserve being the Bengal tiger, you may also come across other species of wild animals like leopard, jungle cat, sambhar, chital & the golden jackal. Sariska is also famous for the sariska palace and nearby destinations.

Accommodation: Hotel stay for one nights

Day 10: Delhi - The endless reasons to visit Delhi.

There will always be enough scope of exploration and journey in India’s capital, Delhi every time you visit this town. The reason behind such a fact lies in the diversity of activities, cultures, religious activities, scenic monuments, forts, palaces, cuisines, food, areas, shopping markets, musical festivals etc. The list is endless and so is this city. But it is a treat to discover and rediscover the surprises that Delhi has to offer.

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Tiger Safari FAQ’s

Q.1 Which is the best Tiger safari in India?
There are 51 tiger reserves in India, preserving more than 4000 tigers altogether. Among these Tiger parks, Ranthambore National Park is considered to provide the best Tiger safari experience to its guests. The beautiful landscape, luxurious stay, easily accessible location and high chances to spot the tiger are the main reasons for such popularity.

Q.2 Which national park in India has the highest number of tigers?
With 215 tigers in Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand, and 125 in Kanha and Bandipur National Park, Madhya Pradesh, the highest number of tigers can be seen in these two national Parks. Ranthambore National Park has 63 tigers, and Bandhavgarh National Park has 50 tigers.

Q.3 Which is the smallest national park in India?
Hemis National Park in the eastern part of the Ladakh region was considered the smallest National park in India. But after acquiring the neighbouring jungles, this park is now spread over more than 4000 square km. Meanwhile, Sariska National Park in the Aravali ranges of Rajasthan is the smallest national park, stretching within 900 square km.

Q.4 Which is the biggest national park in India?
Hemis National Park on the eastern side of the Ladakh region is the largest National Park in Asia and is popular to spot White tigers in the jungle. The area covered by Hemis National Park is around 4400sq.km, Khangchendzonga National Park is spread over 1784 sq. km, and Jim Corbett National Park is stretched in 1318 sq. km.

Q.5 Which animals are naturally found in India?
Tiger, Indian bison, sloth, peacock, elephant, sambar deer, mouse deer, Blackbuck elephants, hyenas, monkeys, Leopard, Chital, striped hyena, Indian fox, golden jackal, jungle cat, Bengal tiger, grey langurs, Indian giant squirrel, gaur, leopard,, honey buzzard, red-headed vulture, hare, gerbil, field mice, mongoose and hedgehog, are few commonly and naturally found animals in the jungles of India.

Q.6 Where are most tigers found in India?
Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka are two popular states of India that have the maximum number of Tiger reserves. Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan), Bandhavgarh National Park(Madhya Pradesh), Jim Corbett National Park (Uttrakhand), Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Pench National Park (Maharashtra), Nagarhole(Karnataka) are some National park where tigers are mostly found in India.

Q.7 Which is the biggest tiger reserve in India?
Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh, India, has 3728 sq. Km developed under Tiger Reserve, making it the biggest Tiger Reserve in India. There are only 54 tigers in this vast region, making chances to spot the tiger meagre.

Q.8 Which is the smallest tiger reserve in India?
Bor Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra is spread over 138 sq. km. The unpopular Tiger Reserve, surrounded by Pench and Tadoba Tiger Reserve, has only 5 tigers in the spread.

Q.9 Which is the first national park in India?
Situated in the Nainital district of India, Jim Corbett National Park is the first National Park in India, established in 1936. After 1973-1974, when the tiger project was initiated, many other popular tiger reserves like Ranthambore, Kanha, and Bandipur came into existence to save the endangered species, the Tiger.

Q.10 What is Project Tiger in India?
The hunting for amusement took away the lives of tigers in large numbers. The alarming situation of extinction was identified by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in her tenure in 1973. To protect the national animal, Project Tiger came into existence during this time, supported by the Government of India.

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