Best Tiger Safari In India (Part 3)

 Tadoba National Park

Tadoba is the oldest and biggest park of Maharashtra, being famous for spotting tigers from open air gypsy. Safaris begins from either of the two entrance gates, namely the Mohurli Gate and the Kolara Gate. Besides tigers, the park is filled with jungle cats, crocodiles, barking deer, sloth bear, small Indian civet, Indian python, sambar, Indian leopard, nilgai, wolf spiders and others.

The best tiger spotting area is the Mohurli gate region. There are also extremely good accommodation facilities in this region. The region will be extremely hot during summer time. If you are determined to visit the region for some tigers spotting action, it is better to explore this forest region during height of summer.

Best Time For Tiger Spotting is between March to May

Safari Timing begins from 5:30 am to 10 am and 3 pm to 6:30 pm (timing changes with season)

Closest Airport is Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar International airport, which is 150 km away from the park

Nagarhole National Park

Named after the Nagarahole river of Karnataka, this national park belongs to Mysore and Kodagu and is a part of the well-known Nilgiri biosphere reserve. The park is famous for being a protected habitat for wild animal such as tigers and elephants. Apart from the majestic tigers of the land, the park is filled with leopards, wild boars, sloth bear, bison and more than 260 species of birds.

There are three entrance points for safari; the Veerana Hosahalli, Nanachi and Antharasanthe gates. There are two options to spot tigers. Visitors can take the canter safari or jeep safari which runs deeper into the forest and covers top tiger habitat sites. The second option is boat trips which are open during peak season.

The Best Time For Tiger Spotting is between April to June

Safari Timing begins from 6am to 8 am and, from 3 pm to 5 pm

Closest Airport is Mandkalli airport, which is 100 km away from the park

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

Best Places to Celebrate New Year in India (Part 2)

Bangalore

The city is not only famous for its IT industries and hardworking people but also for throwing great parties. If lush green opened space, huge shopping malls, and beautiful weather are inviting you, Bangalore is the must travel place in order to celebrate the new year. The city can inspire you to tap your feet on beats of music without any hard attempt. A rocking crowd and live music can help you enjoy every bit of the celebration.

Puducherry
This place has always had a hipster charm and is gradually becoming as the new hip place to replace Goa. The French colonial charm of the Puducherry streets combines in harmony with the mix of cultures of peaceful Ashrams as well as ancient French architecture.

Similar to Goa, Puducherry provides a large selection of charming French style cafes, bars and lounges with affordable alcohol, visited by people around the world. If you want a relaxing New Year’s Eve then this is the ideal place to be.

Udaipur, Rajasthan
The city of lakes offers something more than just a historical place. Popular with its clear lake waters, massive Rajput Palaces, friendly people with colorful handicrafts and surrounded by the Ravalli range with its amazing wildlife.

All of this gets Udaipur to suit the title of“Kashmir of Rajasthan”. If this New Year’s Eve you would like to experience the past in royal style, then visit the heritage city of Udaipur in Rajasthan.

Gokarna, Karnataka
Gokarna is another beautiful untouched beach destination that offers a serene environment for a relaxing holiday. Gokarna has a dual life of both religious spot for the Hindus as well as the abode of Lord Mahabaleshwar.

On the other hand, it is a lover’s paradise featuring peaceful beach, the blueness of the ocean, secluded and peaceful, all of which is away from the chaos of the city. You can also get affordable accommodation at Gokarna for a relaxing New Year’s with close friends and family if you book in advance.