India is home to a number of wildlife reserves and national parks, where one can not only enjoy natural beauty but can also explore the diverse wildlife of the country. Choose from any of the wildlife tours that Indian Holiday has to offer. You can enjoy great vacations being close to wilderness in the country’s well-known wildlife reserves such as the Jim Corbett National Park, Kanha National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, the Sundarbans and many more.
Housed in around 25 tiger reserves in various national parks of the country, are the world’s highest density of tigers. Royal Bengal Tiger, the national animal of India, an endangered species, is around 1400 left. The spotting of the tiger depends on the time of year, park’s size and the population of tigers. Thus, there is no guarantee of Tiger sighting.
You can embark on safaris, twice in a day – once, early morning beginning from sunrise and the second in the afternoon till sunset. Generally, the mode of transport is a shared jeep or Canter though in some places, there is an option for an elephant safari as well. The months of April and May are the best for spotting the tiger when they are out, looking for water.