Tigers are majestic creatures. They are the beasts of the jungle they are most beautiful in their natural habitat. Getting to see them at their home place hunting, prancing, prowling is something, which will make you wonder and leave you in awe. In India there are quite a few wildlife sanctuaries, which give you the opportunity of experiencing the tigers just from inches away. We have bought you a list of places to fulfill your tiger obsession / Spot Tiger India.

  1. Ranthombore, Rajasthan

Ranthombore, Rajasthan - Spot Tiger India

Spread over 1334 square Kilometers. It’s vast and expansive. It has 10 routes, which even promise you scenic yet a rocky terrain that is best for all adventure enthusiast. It is opened from June To October. A weekend trip is perfect but book your places before.


  1. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh - Spot Tiger India

Large open meadows, which makes all wild animals easy to spot. From the rare, species of deer like Barasingha, black buck and striped hyena. The Tigers are on the track you will see them laze around have a fight or even mate.


  1. Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra

Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra - Spot Tiger India

Popularly known as “Jewel Of Vidharba”. It’s still a virgin sanctuary. You will find hardly any crowd. The cat family is present in abundance from panthers to hyenas. It opens from February to May.


  1. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh - Spot Tiger India

Another one in the heart of India, The tigers are sprawling over here. You are guaranteed not to miss the beast. Forget Tigers you will feel as if you have stepped in Panchtantra. The forests are deep, dark and amazing. They will show you mostly in April and June. When the summer heat beats hard and they have to come out to go for a drink or hunt.


  1. Bhadra Tiger Reserve, Karnataka

Bhadra Tiger Reserve, Karnataka - Spot Tiger India

One of the most famous tiger reserves in India, It has about 40 tigers in whole. This reserve also served as a model example of Save The Tiger Project. Lush green trees and full forest ready for its audience. The tigers here are somewhat friendly and one can even ask the guide who will tell you the names and history of the tigers as well.

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