The Tiger is one of the most beautiful wildlife creatures in India that has always been noted by many national and international wildlife photographers. For many years, India has been regarded as the tigers home and today it has some of the worlds best tiger sanctuaries that you need to investigate if you really want to capture this beautiful creature in your camera. So, if you plan to endanger wildlife and want to see tigers in its natural habitat, here are some of the best options and tiger reserve national parks that you may or must visit at least once in your lifetime:
Corbett National Park - Located very close to Nainital and Bijnore district, Jim Corbett Park is one of the oldest national parks in India. Known for its tiger preservation, this park has always been the popular choice among wild tourists. Comprises 512.8 kilometers, and with marshes and grasslands, you will be able to see tigers in its most natural habitat. In fact, the other important highlights of the tour to Corbett National Park are here, you can also enjoy viewing leopards, gharials, forest treasures and long-crooked crocodiles. If you plan to visit this park, there are many ways to get to the park. With a distance of 50 kilometers, Phoolbagh Airport is the closest airport. Even if you can also reach, travel by road, as Corbett Park is well connected to the nearby states as well.
Ranthambore National Park - Ranthambore Park is less than 14 kilometers from the Sawai Madhopur District, Rajasthan, and is yet another famous Tiger Reserve and home to Indias national animal. It is one of the best places in India to see these majestic predators. Even though you visit this national park, you can also enjoy watching other types of cats found in this national park, such as: Leopard, Caracal, Fishing Cat and Jungle Cat. But this park is also considered as home to Indias largest antelope, Chinkara and Nilgai. The best time to visit this national park is between October and March. Adding this is the best way to reach this Ranthambore Park by train from Sawaimadhopur Railway Station, which is approximately 12 kilometers from this park. You can even fly to the nearest Jaipur airport and then drive to Ranthambore.
Bandhavgarh National Park - Spread at the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh, India, this is another national park and best known for its highest relationship of royal Bengal tigers. In addition, the most important feature that makes this national park differs from other parks is its density of white tiger population. Apart from this, the park is also an undivided national habitat for a host of other wildlife such as leopard, wild boar, sloth bear and spotted deer. The most appropriate visit time for this park is between January to April. While you can reach this park by traveling by train, the nearest railway station to Bandhavgarh Park Katni, Jabalpur and Satna is.
Kanha National Park - Spread almost over an area of more than 940 square kilometers, Kanha Park is located in Madhya Pradesh. Although they are best known for their tigers, the other most viewed animals in the park Sambar, Leopard, Sloth Bear, Swamp Deer, Wild Boar, Jackal and Wild Dog are. This park is also famous for its rich vegetation consisting mainly of halls and bamboo forests along with lawns. The most ideal time to visit Kanha Park is during the months of April to June and November to January. If you are looking forward to exploring this destination, you can easily reach here by renting a taxi or bus, as it is well connected to Jabalpur, Nagpur, Mukki and Raipur on the way. But Jabalpur is the nearest railroad head to visit Kanha National Park.
Absolutely no other place on this planet can encounter this fascinating creature in its natural habitat than India. All these reserves and national parks are well protected under Project Tiger to provide a sheltered and appropriate environment for the growth and survival of the tigers. A visit to any of these parks will surely be a lifelong experience.