The heady smell of drenched mud, the fresh green of a new leaf that looks like it has been polished in honor of the rain, a hint of ochre slashed by black, a glimpse of tawny velvet imprinted with the most perfect rosettes; there is nothing that rivals such moments in the wilderness.

Best Seasons:Oct - June

Jungles of India

The best forests to spot a Royal Bengal Tiger in the wild
Tiger cub watching straight into the eyes

    CORBETT

    Tiger Jungles

    Tucked in the foothills of Himalayas, the montane slopes are full of resplendent hues. Avian beauties of all sizes and shapes and colors can be found.

    from 41900

      BANDHAVGARH

      Tiger Jungles

      Dipped in mythology, the park is home to stories both of stripes and men. Visit once, and keep coming back for the tales of the wild.

      from 27650

        TADOBA

        Tiger Jungles

        A semi-dry deciduous forest in Maharashtra. The favourite destination for all tiger lovers, as the striped beasts here are bold and fearless.

        from 21350

          SUNDERBANS

          Tiger Jungles

          India’s biggest protected forest and swamp, it is home to the largest population of the Royal Bengal Tigers. A land of avian and aquatic surprises.

          from 28000

            KANHA

            Tiger Jungles

            An evergreen forest with sprawling grassy meadows and Sal trees (Shorea robusta); this is a heartthrob among the wilderness lovers.

            from 29800

              RANTHAMBORE

              Tiger Jungles

              Tucked in the lap of the Aravalli mountain ranges. Once home of the local kingdom, now homes another kind of royalty : the Royal Bengal Tigers.

              from 29500

                CITY ESCAPES – NAGZIRA

                Tiger Jungles

                With its picturesque landscapes, Nagzira is home to rich avifauna and a healthy population of Leopards and Wild Dogs. If lucky one can even sight the Tiger.

                from 17900

                  PANNA

                  Tiger Jungles

                  Spread along the areas of Ken River in Central India. A Tiger Reserve deeply hailed for being the iconic success story of Tiger reintroduction.

                  from 24750

                    PENCH

                    Tiger Jungles

                    An important Tiger Reserve in the Satpura-Maikal Ranges. Pench has a rich diversity in avifauna and a healthy population of the Royal Bengal Tiger.

                    from 20600
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