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Best Parks to see Tigers in India

No animal inspires as much awe in man as the tiger. Here are the best places to see this majestic cat in India.

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Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh in central India. It is known for a large density of tigers, which means you are almost guaranteed a tiger sightings if you stay two days. Tiger populations do fluctuate everywhere in India (including Bandhavgarh) but Bandhavgarh has remained the most consistent in tiger population and sightings.

Gypsies offer morning and evening game drives in Bandhavgarh. They are very frequently spotted, and some have seen tigers one every game drive. One report said that they had 53 tiger sightings in 3 weeks, meaning more than 1 was spotted one veery game drive. The best times to be there are April, May, and Early June when it is summer and there is less water. During this time there is less bush to obscure your view and the tigers and other animals will be coming to the last remaining water source.

Bandhavgarh has a wonderful diversity of wildlife other than tigers. It contains lots of other big predators including leopards, Indian wild dogs(dholes), and sloth bears, all of which are spotted frequently. It also has a large variety of birds and wildlife like Indian bison.

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Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is one of India's flagship national parks located in the state of Maharashtra. It has one of the highest density of tigers in India. Sightings are very common and if you stay at least 2 days you have a very high chance of spotting them. Tiger populations do fluctuate here like everywhere else in India. but Tadoba has always produced consistent sightings of the awe-inspiring and beautiful tiger.

Tadoba has morning and evening game drives with highly qualified gypsies. They are frequently spotted on both, and some have reported tiger sightings on every single game drive. Some people say that Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is the best park for tiger photography in India as sightings are often at close proximity for long periods. like Bandhavgarh, the best time to see tigers in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is in April, May, and early June because it is dry season and the tigers are coming to the last remaining water sources. There is also less bush to obscure your view.

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is probably the most diverse park in terms other wildlife in India, only to be compared by Kanha. The sloth bear population here is very large, ad people have reported multiple sightings of sloth bears and their cubs. Leopards are also very common in Tadoba, probably the best National park to spot leopards in India after Nagarhole and Kanha. Many also consider it the best park to spot dhole in India.

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Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park is one of India's most famous national park's. It is located in Madhya Pradesh, and is a true beauty. Along with a high density of tigers, Kanha National Park is often considered one of the most scenic national parks in India.

Kanha National Park is known for a high density of tigers. The tiger sightings are in very close quarters for long periods of time. People have reported up-close sightings of their tigers and cubs on every game drive. The sightings are best in Summers like the other national parks.

The diversity and abundance of other wildlife in Kanha National Park is legendary. One of the highlights are the leopards. It is probably the best park in central India where you can spot leopards and one of the only parks in which you can spot leopards and tigers. Dholes and sloth bears are also very common. Kanha's only rival in diversity of animals is Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (though many consider Kanha to be better).

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Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park

Located in the massive state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is one of India's most famous national parks to see tigers. It is known for its incredibly large size, high density of tigers, and the famous Ranthambore Fort. People have long visited Ranthambore due to consistent tiger sightings.

Ranthambore has long been known for its large population of tigers. Many say it has the highest population on the planet. Sightings are very common and people have reported sightings on every game drive including several cubs and hunts. Summer is the best time like others due to less bush and all the animals congregating around the dwindling water sources.

Ranthambore has okay amount of animal diversity. Sloth bears are in high numbers but the area is not too diverse other than that. One highlight in the area is the famous Ranthambore Fort.

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Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park is India's oldest national park named after one of India's legendary hunters. It is known for its beautiful scenery and large number of tiger sightings. People visit Jim Corbett a lot to see the tigers that inhabit the park.

Jim Corbett National Park has earned the reputation as one of the best national parks in India to see tigers. Sightings are very frequent, and many have reported seeing tigers on every game drive. Many people have also witnessed hunts by tigers like wild boar hunts. The morning and evening game drives are very successful and the best time to visit is summer.