Tiger Safari

 by Linnea

March 22, 2023

Looking for a Tiger Safari or Tour where you can see wild Tigers in their natural environment?

 We collected the best Tiger tours, safaris, or encounters – swipe up to have a look!

How Dangerous are Tigers?

Approximately 100 people die every year due to attacks by tigers. Probably, humans are often to blame for this themselves because they provoke the animals.

The Best Places to See Tigers

The Best Places to See Tigers

India is home to seventy percent of the world’s tiger population. Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh is one of India’s most famous national parks due to its size.

#1 Kanha National Park

#1 Kanha National Park

#2 Bandhavgarh National Park

This park is considered one of the most reliable places to observe wild tigers in the world.

#3 Satpura Tiger Reserve

Saptura Tiger Reserve is a wonderful place in Madhya Pradesh. However, it is doubtful to see Tiger, because there are only 50 tigers on 1200 sq kms National Park.

#4 Ranthambhore National Park

#4 Ranthambhore National Park

The area is known for its Bengal tigers, which are not very shy and can be easily observed even during the day

Corbett National Park covers almost 521 square kilometres. Together with the adjacent Sonanadi Conservation Area it forms the Corbett Tiger Reserve, established in 1973 as part of Project Tiger.

#5 Corbett Tiger Reserve

#5 Corbett Tiger Reserve

#6 Sundarbans-Nationalpark and Tiger Reserve

West Bengal is home to one of the world’s largest tiger populations, with over 350 tigers in a 140,000-hectare mangrove forest close to the Bangladesh border.

#7 Chitwan National Park

The Chitwan National Park is the best known in the country. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the first national park in Nepal. Dusk jeep safari is very popular, mainly in the morning and evening.

#8 Bardia National Park

There are around 80 Tigers in the park.

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