In India's comfortably topographical diversity, there are a great number of species of birds and animals. The country is brimming with around 80 National Parks and 441 Sanctuaries preserving the shelters of all these species.The furious of them all, Tiger with a regal countenance arouses a sense of fear and excitement in all kinds of travellers. High on adventure dose, a tiger tour in India avails numerous opportunities to sight this creature of the wilds. Instead of watching them at zoo, an adventure or nature lover would surely love to watch them in their natural habitat free and wild for which opting for a tiger safari in India is ideal choice.
The country is blessed with numerous tiger reserves sheltering the now diminishing population of Tigers. Under Project Tiger a preservation plan was implemented in order to maintain and even raise the population of tigers in Indian jungles. India jungle tour excites wildlife lovers the most and tiger safari will be the most adventurous exercise.
Amongst those having the widest population of tigers includes Corbett National Park. Situated at the foothills of Himalayas at the hill station of Ram Nagar, Corbett National Park mainly aims at protecting and flourishing tigers especially the endangered Bengal Tiger. With its hills and grasslands, water bodies and numerous animal species the park is heaven for adventure seekers and wildlife enthusiasts and thus should not be missed on one's tiger tour itinerary in India. The park contains 488 species of plants and a wide range of fauna therefore is a fine eco tourism destination preferred by many opting for India jungle tour.
A Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh state of India, Kanha National Park is home to Royal Bengal Tiger, leopards, Barasingha and many other species of wild animals.
Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most popular national parks in India. The park is well known round the world for its large biodiversity and the high density of tiger population. The park is known for housing the highest population of tiger in India. Bandhavgarh also homes the highest density of Bengal tigers in the world. Many of its tigers have made it to the cover pages of National Geographic magazine and thus attract wildlife photography lovers from all over the world.
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