5 Most Popular National Parks in India to Spot Big Cats

Kanha National Park

Nothing is more adventurous than a wildlife safari in National Park and capturing exotic range of wild animals in their natural habitat. India is a nation which is not only blessed with deserts, forts, and palaces, but a huge part of the country is covered with innumerable wildlife reserves. Though there are several wildlife species in the national park, the craze of spotting a tiger can be found in each and every wildlife enthusiast. The chances are very less for spotting a tiger which means you may or may not see the big cat, but you can take a chance and visit the most appropriate wildlife reserve from the enlisted 5 National Parks in India.

Jim Corbett National Park – situated in the foothills of Himalayas of Uttrakhand, Jim Corbett National Park is the most ancient wildlife reserve in the country. In the year 1936, the National Park is named as Hailey National Park which later known as Jim Corbett National Park. The reserve is bounded with deciduous forest, which is a home of exotic wildlife species like elephants, rhinoceros, deer, black beer, leopards, tigers, etc.Jim Corbett National Park-India

Best things to do: – A National park is a great place for nature tours, tiger safari, elephant tours, or bird watching tours.

Sundarban National Park – densely covered with mangrove forest, Sundarban National Park is situated in the Sundarbans Delta. Sundarban National Park is famous for its royal Bengal tigers, exotic range of birds, etc. The chances of spotting a tiger in the reserve are 50/50, you might spot the big cat prowling towards his prey.Sundarban National Park

Best things to do: – It is a perfect place for tiger tour, wildlife photography tour, bird watching tour, local village tour, etc.

Ranthambore National Park – most popular tiger reserve in India, Ranthambore safari in Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan is famous for its rich tiger population. The national park is bounded with the Chambal River in the south and river Banas in the North. Ranthambore is the first Project Tiger Reserve in the state.Ranthambore National Park

Best Things to do: – Ranthambore is widely known for tiger safari, wildlife photography, riding a Marwari Horse in rustic areas of Ranthambore, village tour, etc.

Bandhavgarh National Park – the natural habitat of Bengal tigers and White tigers of Bandhavgarh National Park was once the hunting reserve of Maharajas of Rewa. The wildlife reserve covers the area of 448 square kilometres which is a home of exotic wildlife species apart from Bengal tigers and white tigers are a leopard, wild boar, sambhar, deer, Indian bison, etc.Bandhavgarh National Park-India

Best things to do: – Tiger tours, village tours, jeep safari, trek to Bandhavgarh fort, bird watching tours, etc are the best things to do in Bandhavgarh National Park.  

Kanha National Park – the most popular tiger reserve in India, Kanha National Park is situated in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh. The national park covers an area of 940 sq kilometres which shelters tigers, sloth bear, Indian wild dog, Indian wold, gaur, Bengal fox, nilgai, golden jackal, etc.Kanha National Park

Best things to do: – Some of the must do things in Kanha are spotting a tiger, exploring the Kanha Museum, bird watching, etc.

These are some of the most popular national parks in the country wherein you can enjoy wildlife tour and capture the majestic walk of big cats. Along with tiger safari, you can also enjoy the serene beauty of Jim Corbett National Park, dense mangrove forest of Sunderban National Park, Horse Riding in Ranthambore, trek to Bandhavgarh Fort, and bird watching at Kanha National park. So, plan your holidays in India and experience the adventures of best wildlife safari in India.