1 . Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936, named after well-known naturalist Jim Corbett, it was the first public park in Quite a while and was a safe house for the endangered royal Bengal tigers. It is very well known for natural life darlings and is situated in the lower regions of the Himalayas. The recreation area draws the attention not only of wildlife lovers from inside India but also from across the world.
Safari options: Elephant Ride, Jungle Safari, Bird watching.
Best time to visit: November to June, while tigers are best spotted from March to May.
2. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
The Ranthambore National Park is positioned high among the main wild safe havens in India. Encircled by the Banas and the Chambal River, the pride of this public park is the Royal Bengal tiger. The recreation area is an ideal territory for tigers. The Ranthambore public park is likewise home to different creatures like a panther, nilgai, hyena, wild hog and sambar. Tiger safaris are exceptionally famous among the travellers who visit here.
Safari Options: jeep, canter and gipsy.
Best time to visit: October to June, while the long stretches of March to May are better for tiger locating.
3. Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
In the previous days, Bandhavgarh was used by the maharajas of Rewa for hunting. Today, the region has been transformed into the exceptionally safeguarded Bandhavgarh National Park. It brags of the most extreme thickness of tigers and is an immense favourable place for jaguars too. One can spot different animal categories like spotted deer and Nilgai. Set in the lower regions of the Vindhyanchal Mountains, this is one of the public parks and natural life conservation in India that is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers and the unique White Tigers.
Safari Options: Jeep/Car Safari and Elephant Safari
Best time to visit: October to June and tigers are spotted from March to May.