Best Tiger Safari In India (Part 2)

Kanha National Park

This national park is best known among many famous national park as the background for Jungle Book of Rudyard Kipling, featuring a very high visibility due to the fact that a large part of open meadows cover this park. Besides tigers, you can spot many other wildlife animals such as gaur, black buck, jackal, porcupine, palm squirrel, striped hyena, chinkara, mouse deer, sambar and others. The best way to see tigers is by joining the early morning elephant safari trip from Mukki gate of the park.

Best Time For Tiger Spotting is between April to June

Tiger Safari Timing is from sunrise to 10 am and, from 3:30 pm to sunset

Closest Airport is Jabalpur airport, which is 180 km away from the park

Jim Corbett National Park

This is one of the oldest and the most prestigious national parks in India. Situated in the mighty foothills of Himalayas Mount, this park nurtures a diverse landscape making it a favorable home for animals to thrive. Top animals to find in this park besides tigers are sloth bear, fishing cat, leopard, goral, chital, barking deer and others. The best way to sê tigers is by coming to the eastern part of the park, Bijrani. You can also get a panoramic view of the park to sê tigers from top of watchtowers in Dhikala as well as other regions.

Tourists have the tendency to stay in forest common houses in Dhikala zone overnight to see tigers in action. Bijrani zone is the one features the highest density of tigers while in Jhirna zone visitors can spot tigers more frequently.

Best Time For Tiger Spotting is between March to June

Safari Timing from 6:30 am to 10 am and, 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Closest Airport is Pantnagar Airport, which is 55 km away from the park