Booking Indian Tiger Safari Packages
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Booking Indian Tiger Safari Packages

Booking Indian Tiger Safari Packages

Tiger safari is one unique adventure that the entire world craves. Sighting them through the dense woods is challenging, and daring, yet the best option for leisure. There are Tiger reserves across the country, however, a few are recommended for better sightings. Some of these forest reserves are more known for the famous tigers preserved. Booking a tiger safari across these national parks might be a tedious task because of the options.


Tiger Safari In India

The Indian tiger, more popularly known as the Royal Bengal Tiger has the pride of being the national animal of India. Indian forest reserves go beyond what is required to preserve the big cats. Because these cats with big paws were on the verge of extinction at one point in time. Project Tiger was initiated by the Indian Government long back once the extinction went out of control. At present, there are a reasonable number of Tigers all over the country after all these efforts. To know how good, it is to sight a tiger in the dense woods, you need to talk to someone who has already seen it.

Currently, there are over 53 tiger reserves, which can be found in almost every state in India, thanks to Project Tiger. Moreover, the tiger population is little more than the dangerous number of 1411 in 2010, and currently, there are close to 3000 all over the country.


Popular Tiger Reserves In India

North India

  • Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Sariska National Park


North-East India

  • Sunderbans
  • Kaziranga National Park


Central India

  • Tadoba National Park
  • Pench National Park
  • Kanha National Park
  • Bandhavgarh National Park


South India

  • Kabini National Park
  • Nagarhole Forest Reserve
  • Bandipur National Park
  • Mudhumalai Tiger Reserve
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve

Get to know more about these National Parks and which park to visit for effective sighting at

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The Permits for Safari

The major challenge here, for the tiger safari holiday, is to get permits for the safari drives. Few of the forest reserves have been going a step ahead in issuing permits online. Most of the national parks, including the popular ones, still issue permits offline.

Alternatively, the tour operators can help get the permits for the safari drives. This option is more reliable and is chosen by most travel enthusiasts who plan to add a safari drive to their vacation. We are one of the pioneers who can help issue permits from the popular national parks of India.


How many safari drives would be ideal for a single trip?

This is tricky, particularly if you are a first-timer. Exploring the jungle for hours is indeed exhausting. A regular safari shall last for about 2-3 hours in most of the forest reserves. Few national parks offer half-day and full-day safari drives. These safari options are great for sightings; however, it requires ideal planning. Else, it might result in making you tiresome. To have a hassle-free venture, reach out to our experts and you will never have to overthink scheduling the safari drives.


Best Time To Plan for a Tiger Safari?

Some forest reserves stay open throughout the year to explore, while others get closed during rainy reasons. The best time to plan your safari at most of the national parks in India is from March to May and the possibilities of tiger sighting in these months are maximum. Monsoon season starts from June and remains till September and is not a suitable time for a safari anywhere.

Post monsoon season is when the parks are open to exploring. October to February is also a good idea to plan your safari.

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Things that are to be carried while sighting the tiger

Effective packing is recommended for the safari. The topmost thing to be carried would be drinking water. The safari would either be in the morning or during the afternoon and you can expect the humidity to be high. Sunscreen lotion, hat, and sunglasses are the necessities. Never carry liquor or tobacco while on safari.

Never ever forget your camera because you don’t want to miss out on the rarest sighting.


What not to carry while on safari?

  • Plastic bottles and covers
  • Food
  • Liquor
  • Cellphones(Recommended to keep in your hotel)
  • Unnecessary extra baggage


What to wear while on safari?

Wear light-colored clothes while on safari. Carry rain jackets since the rains are unpredictable here. We recommend you carry gloves, sweaters, warm caps, and mufflers during winter.


Documents required to carry for safari

  • ID proof (Passport for international travelers)
  • Copy of the permit


The Advantage Of the Sighting Index 

One of the biggest issues in Indian safaris unlike the African counterpart is that there are zones in the safari park and you need to buy a safari ticket very specific to that Zone and sightings are many times good in few zones compared to others and picking the right zone for the right season/time is very tough unless you have the past data. The same is true for various tiger parks too. Some parks have more sightings for a given time frame/season than others and picking the right park for the given/selected dates, past sightings will be of great help.

We at WidlTrails collect such raw sightings data and convert them into meaningful insights that will help the traveler to plan better in picking the right tiger park as well as the right zone. We are the only one who does this.

The sighting at a particular Indian National Park can be less guaranteed as no one exactly knows the right places of the big paws. The quench for survival makes them wander all through the jungle. One safari session can, however, be made better with the available sources. We, at WildTrails, take pride in being pioneers for blending the AI along with the data we acquire directly from the jungle known as the sighting index. This boosts the sighting chances up to 90%. The sighting index along with an expert tiger tracker is more than enough for a safari worth remembering.

Booking your next safari is just a few steps-

Step 1: Head over to

Step 2: Select the national park of your choice. Fill in the Check-in and Check-out dates along with your group size.

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Step 3: Choose the type of accommodation. It can be anything as per your budget. Click on ‘Details’.

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Step 4: Select the number of safaris drives and the type of safari you wish to choose.

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Step 5: Select add-on options if you wish to have them to your itinerary. Click on Send Enquiry.

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Step 6: Fill out the form-

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That’s it. Your job is done. Now sit back and relax until our experts reach out to you.


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The big cats are craving for you to have a look at their pride. Now, that you know how to book a tiger safari, head over to our website and check out the best packages for your next wildlife holiday.


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