Top Tiger Reserves In India That You Shouldn't Miss!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Ranthambore is a 1,134-square-kilometer national park. This Sawai Madhopur tiger reserve was the royal Jaipur Maharajas' favorite hunting spot.

Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan

Sambar, langur, wild boar, and 900–1000 elephants live in this forests. The 35–40 tigers here are rarely seen.

Periyar Tiger Reserve, Kerala

Its 500-square-kilometer core is in Uttar Pradesh's Patli Dun valley. This park has stunning scenery at the base of the Himalayas on the Ramganga River.

Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve, Uttarakhand

Sunderban houses the Royal Bengal tiger over 2585 sq km. Aquatic animals and reptiles are among its many endangered species.

Sunderban Tiger Reserve, West Bengal

Bandipur has abundant fauna and greenery. Tigers, sloth bears, Indian rock pythons, jackals, dholes, and Indian elephants live there.

Bandipur National Park, Karnataka

Sariska National Park is 200 miles from Delhi and 107 km from Jaipur, where visitors can see Bengal tigers, Indian leopards, and crocodiles.

Sariska Tiger Reserve

This "Tiger land" is immortalized by its breathtaking scenery, including a horseshoe valley. This reserve has beautiful Banjar forests and Halon valley.

Kanha Tiger Reserve, Madya Pradesh

Tigers, leopards, wolves, hyenas, wild dogs, and sloth bears inhabit Panna National Park.

Panna National Park,Madhya Pradesh

543 plant species and unspoiled Terai-Bhabar grasslands make Manas rich in biodiversity. Manas represents pre-human Earth.

Manas National Park, Assam

Tadoba National Park covers 1725 in a protected forest. Teak and bamboo cover the firest.

Tadoba National Park, Maharashtra