Places that you must –
Corbett national Park , Uttarakhand – This place is a must visit destination for all thr wildlife lovers. Here, you can experience the thrill of jungle with the abundance of wildlife. The Bijrani Gate and Jhirna gate are the two basic safari gates and the safari guide available are young and friendly. Even if you don’t get to see the tiger, you would enjoy being at such a beautiful place. The place has mountains, rivers, forests, a picture perfect destination, that’s Corbett National Park. Nature truly is at its best here. Do enjoy taking a dip in River Kosi and adventure sports at Suspension Bridge.
Kaziranga national park, Assam– Kaziranga National Park is a world heritage site that is famous for its species- one-horned rhinoceroses and wild buffalo. The Best time to visit this place from October to March. You can take joyful elephant ride and even enjoy bird watching. If you are lucky enough, you will get to see royal bengal tiger.
Bandipur National Park, Karnataka- This is a great place to visit if you like being amidst nature. This national park is located on the way from Mysore to Ooty and is excellent for a wildlife sighting experience. Your experience on being there can be totally mesmerizing. On your way back we can also visit Gopalswamy Betta which is a temple of Lord Krishna up on a mountain. You must plan for the trip in advance & try to get a chance for a safari in open jeep. It is really memorable when you are just going around & see so much wildlife. Be sure to carry some warm clothes as early morning safari starts at 6 am & place is quite cold at that time.
Gir national Park, Gujarat – One of the national parks to spot the Asiatic lion. It is recommend you must go for pre-online booking if you want to go for safari. The ideal time to visit the place is in the month of October-June and watch these majestic beasts strolling in their territories.
Kanha National Park – It is beautiful park with its beautiful meadows, grasslands and a dense sal and bamboo forests. It was one of the most well-maintained national parks in India so don’t forget to carry binoculars. This is a must -place to visit, as there are at least 25 species of birds that you might have not seen before including the cumbersome looking yellow-footed green pigeon and the elegant grey hornbill. The park is well-managed with a sufficient number of jeeps allowed into each safari, and divided by zones, to prevent over-crowding.
Periyar National Park – This place is famous for trekking and camping. You can go out for a tiger trail. Trekking was done through hills and the experience was awesome. If you’re lucky you can spot a tiger here. This place is ideally for people who are interested in trekking.
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan – The park is divided into 8 zones with limited vehicles are allowed to enter into the zones. The zone selection is done by lottery and the booking is done online. But if you are travelling alone, there was a good chance that you can get a seat in one of the unfilled gypsies. The gypsies are better options than the canters. The park itself has a diverse variety of fauna.
Sunderbans, West Bengal – Sunderbans National Park is the land of Royal Bengal Tigers. The national park is a biosphere reserve and a UNESCO declared world heritage site. The best way to explore Sunderbans National Park is by boat safari and it is the best way to explore the park.
The Sariska Tiger Reserve– It is a national park located on outskirts of Alwar. It is open for visits throughout the year; the best time to visit is during winters. There are jeep safaris for tourists to explore the wildlife of the park. Jeeps can be hired from the Forest Reception Office. The guides are well-versed with the geography of the place and take you to good spots for watching animals. Tigers are the main attraction here. Night safari is better than the day safari because animals venture in night and you can spot many of them. Plastics (polythenes etc) and flashlight cameras are not allowed in the park.