Best Tiger Safaris
Tiger is the national animal of India and has haunted the Indian history. Visiting Tiger Safari in India should be in the list of those who love seeking wildlife. Coming across with tigers in the wild is utterly a spine chilling and a ‘Wow’ moment. Watching tigers with well-built body, beautiful stripes and solitary rapture is undoubtedly a pleasurable experience.
Best Tiger Safaris in India is an only way for grasping a sight of this magnificent creature for wildlife lovers. Nowadays, Tiger Safaris in India are primarily diversified and provide fearless opportunities to make sure thousands of tourist for enjoying wildlife journey. Some of the worth visiting Tiger Safaris of India that you can visit with tour packages offered by Holiday Knock Travel Services include Jim Corbett National Park (Uttaranchal), Kajiranga National Park, Ranthambore National Park and Girforest National Park (Gujrat).
Situated in Uttarakhand, Jim Corbett National Park was established in order to protect endangered Bengal tiger. This is the oldest national park of India and its name has been kept after the name of Jim Corbett because of playing a significant role in its establishment. It is the first Safari that came in existence under Project Tiger initiative. Diverse wildlife, 488 different species of plants, riverine belts, large lake, marshy depressions, large hill area and beautiful grasslands are some of the major attractions of this safari.
Another tiger safari that you can visit with our tour packages include Kaziranga National Park which is located in Nagaon and Golaghat districts of Assam, India. This is a World Heritage Site that was declared Tiger Reserve in 2006 because of being bestowed with highest density of tigers. Moreover, it is a home for various breeds of one-horned rhinoceroses, wild water buffalo, elephants, swamp deer, etc.
Next to it, you can also get opportunity to visit Ranthambore National Park which is situated in Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan. Spreading over an area of 392 km, it is one of the biggest national parks in north India. It was declared Project Tiger reserve in 1973 and national park in 1980. It is world renowned for its tigers and natural jungle habitat. Other animals that can be easily spotted here include wild boar, sambar, hyena, leopard, nilgai, chital and sloth bear. Adding to this, it also boasts variety of birds, reptiles, trees, plants as well as largest banyan trees in India. November and May are the best times to visit this park.