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Tiger Safari Packages India! A Sightings Based Safari Packages

Tiger Safari Packages In India

Sighting a Tiger in the woods of India is considered one of the adventurous tasks. There are over 50 Tiger reserves and Tiger safari packages vary from each park in India. The fading population of the big cats or the appearance of the predator that gives goosebumps to the wildlife enthusiasts, a tiger sighting makes a wildlife enthusiast crave for more. Ask a wildlife enthusiast how it feels not to sight a tiger in a safari drive. Yes, it does depend on fortune, but the major factors here are patience and perseverance.

The northernmost tiger reserve is Jim Corbett National Park and the southernmost is Bandipur National Park. However, the sighting chances remain the same. It requires some effort to have a great sighting as a part of your wildlife tour. We, at WildTrails have come up with the sighting data on our portal that helps anyone to forecast and plan the trip to boost your chances of sighting. These data are reliable since the source is directly from the officials at the forest reserve.

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      Choosing accommodation plays a vital role as a part of planning your holiday. Selecting the zone of a particular national park before booking the accommodation makes more sense. At Wildtrails, we help plan your holiday. Transfer from airport /railway station, accommodation, safari, our packages cover all of these, hence making your job easier and hassle free travel.
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      A tiger tracker helps in high chances of sighting. Whereas an expert tiger tracker are the ones who restore your faith in the best chances of sighting. An expert tiger tracker knows in and out of the jungle and is the most reliable for your adventure. With this, we assure 90% guarantee sighting, while the rest depend on the fortunes.

 

Jim Corbett National Park

The oldest national park in India, Jim Corbett was established way back in 1936. The forest was later part of the project tiger in 1973. There are a lot of accommodations within the jungle, hence being the only national park with accommodations located within the forest reserve. Get Complete Travel Guide To Jim Corbett National Park

There are over 230 tigers here, at Jim Corbett. With 5 zones, exploring here for wildlife is indeed worthwhile.

 

Safari Types-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari: 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari: 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari Options-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Elephant safari – A 1-hour safari ride that is more adventurous than other types since the elephant can get through places that a jeep or canter fail to get through.

Jim Corbett
Image Credit : kintoo_dhawan

Ranthambore National Park :

Ranthambore National Park portrays it as a crown to the state of Rajasthan. The forest reserve, which is always occupied by the tourists most of the time in the year. The park has over 10 zones to explore and is hence the biggest forest reserve in the northern part of India. Get Complete Travel Guide To Ranthambore National Park.

 

Safari Types In Ranthambore-

There are multiple safari options here.

 

Regular safari :

There are 2 slots. Morning safari starts at 6 AM and evening safari starts at 3 PM. The safari duration will be for 3 hours.

Half day safari :

You have a better sighting in a half day safari that starts at 6 AM and can explore for about 6 hours.

Full day safari :

One of the few national parks in India that offers a full day safari option for the best chances of wildlife sighting. The safari starts at around 6 AM and you can explore through the woods until 6:30 PM.

 

Safari options At Ranthambore-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Flora and Fauna Of Ranthambore

 

Sariska National Park

The forest reserve began in 2004 by successfully airlifting the first tiger from Ranthambore. There are over 20 tigers at Sariska.

There are 2 zones here at Sariska. A 3-hour safari drive is what you need to plan for. There are 2 slots – The morning safari that starts at around 6 AM and the evening safari that starts at around 3 PM. Check Complete Travel Guide For Sariska

 

Safari Types In Sariska National Park-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari : 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari : 3 PM – 6 PM

 

Safari Options-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Pench National Park :

The National Park is named pence that flows through the park. The fame of Pench goes way back in 1894 since it was mentioned in the world-famous Jungle Book. There are over 44 tigers in the 2925 square kilometers reserve.

Pench is a lesser-known destination in central India, however, you can witness great sightings if planned well. Check out the Complete Travel Guide To Pench National Park.

Safari types

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari:  6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari: 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari Options In Pench

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Pench Tiger Reserve
Image Credit : Monu Dubey Pench

 

Bandavgarh National Park

The foot of Vindhyas has got the best sightings of wildlife. Bandhavgarh is a home to about 70 tigers and hence is a great place to sight the big cats. Just like Pench, morning safari starts at 6 AM and the afternoon safari starts at 3 PM. Check out The Blog Related To Complete Travel Guide To Bandhavgarh National Park

 

Safari types At Bandhavgarh-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari :  6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari : 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari options-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Bandhavgarh
Credit : ricky.patel.photography

 

Kanha National Park

Yet, another national park in Madhya Pradesh. Kanha is the biggest of all. Covering an area of around 940 square kilometers, there are over 83 tigers that are spread across the Tiger reserve. Complete Travel Guide To Kanha National Park

 

Safari types In Kanha-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari: 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari:3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari options-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Kanha National Park
Image Credit : prashant_singh_photography

 

Kaziranga National Park :

The state of Assam got a Tiger reserve in 2006 with 430 square kilometers of deciduous forests. The national park is famous for the endangered rhinoceros, however, around 118 tigers are preserved here.

 

Panna National Park:

Another gem of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National Park has got about 50 tigers to explore for.

 

Tadoba National Park:

Tadoba has a major contribution to Maharashtra tourism due to which the city of Nagpur has got the name as Tiger Capital of India. There are over 12 gates to enter the Tadoba National Park and a unique place to witness safari.

There are over 88 tigers in the core zone and reportedly 58 tigers in and around the buffer zone. Hence, it is one of the best tiger reserves to look upon for the big cats.

 

Safari Types In Tadoba-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari: 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari: 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari Options-

Jeep safari – Exclusive and shared options.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Tadoba is the only forest reserve in India that organizes night safari.

Tadoba Anderi Tiger Reserve
Image Crefit : mihirwildmahajan

 

Kabini National Park :

Kabini National Park is considered as the most popular forest reserve to explore in the southern part of India. Located in Karnataka, the park is open to explore throughout the year. Tiger sightings are common here, however, it is the black panther that dominates in attracting wildlife enthusiasts to arrive here.

A safari drive is indeed a tedious task to schedule here.Safari types-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari: 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari:3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari options-

Jeep safari – Shared option.

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Kabini
Image Credit : neeraj.bantia

 

Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park is yet another Tiger reserve in Karnataka. There are over 101 tigers with unique IDs allotted to them. The recent stats say that 9 tigers roam in every 100 square kilometers

 

Safari Types In Nagarhole-

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari: 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari: 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari options-

Jeep safari – Shared jeep that can accommodate up to 6 tourists..

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Nagarhole
Image Credit : Aravind Srinivasan

 

Bandipur National Park:

The National Highway NH-766 passes through Bandipur National Park. Part of Nilgiri Wildlife Reserve, Bandipur has over 173 tigers. Hence, it is yet another ideal place to plan for tiger safari.

Safari types In Bandipur

There are 2 slots for safari of 3 hours each

Morning safari : 6 AM – 9 AM

Evening safari : 3 PM.- 6 PM

 

Safari options In Bandipur

Jeep safari – Shared jeep that can accommodate up to 6 tourists..

Canter safari – Shared option that is recommended for solo travellers.

Bandipur
Image Credit : pruthvi_kumar(vanyajeevi_bhavachithra )

 

Mudumalai National Park:

Yet another Park that is part of Nilgiri Wildlife Reserve is on the border of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. More than 100 tigers are seen here.

 

Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary

The Kali tiger reserve is a part of Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary. The forest reserve located in Karnataka has around 30 tigers to look out for.

 

Sundarbans :

Sundarbans is a mangrove forest that is in the delta  formed by the rivers Ganga, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers. The 6000 odd square kilometers area has conserved over 114 tigers.

Safari timings

6 AM – 4 PM

Safari type-

The only option to explore Sunderbans is by boat.

Sunderbans
Image Credit : Soumyajit Nandy

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Frequently Asked questions-

 

What are the types of safari available to explore?

Most of the Tiger Reserves have jeep and canter options. Canter safari is often shared, there are shared and exclusive options for jeep.

 

When is the best time of the year to sight tigers in National Parks?

November to June would be the right time for sighting tigers since the weather is expected to be dry during these months. February to May would be better since the temperature would be high and humid and this is when the big cats come out to quench their thirst.

 

What are the things that need to be carried while on a tiger safari?

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

Do not forget to carry your camera because you don’t want to miss out on the rarest sighting.

 

What to wear while on a tiger 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, mufflers during winter.

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