Tiger Trails

Corbett

IN CORBETT’S FOOTSTEPS

The Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India and is named after legendary hunter/tracker turned conservationist Jim Corbett. It lies just below the Himalayas and offers unique tiger safari experiences. The national park, and its surrounding area, also makes for great birdwatching, and is home to quite a large population of elephants. Popular add-ons: Nainital, Sattal, Pangot, Binsar, Rajaji National Park.

 

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GRAND CENTRAL INDIAN TIGER TOUR

This is the ultimate tiger tour for any traveller! Covering multiple national parks in Central India, this grand tour gives one the ultimate tiger experience. The jungles of central India were also the inspiration for the Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book”. Locations on this tour include: Pench National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Tadoba National Park, and Panna National Park.

 

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MEADOWS OF KANHA

Kanha National Park is the largest national park in Madhya Pradesh. It is home to lush sal forests and grassy meadows, which make beautiful landscapes to enjoy tiger safaris in. Popular add-ons: Jabalpur.

 

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THE JUNGLE BOOK

Pench National Park derives its name from the Pench river that flows through the park. Pench’s claim to fame is three-part: tigers, rafting, and the fact that it is the setting for Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book”.

 

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BANDHAVGARH

The Bandhavgarh National Park is named after the Bandhavgarh Fort, and has one of the highest densities of tigers in India. It is located in the Rewa district of Madhya Pradesh, famous for being the home of the first reported wild white tiger.

 

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JEWEL OF THE VIDARBHA

The Tadoba National Park is Maharashtra’s oldest and largest national park. It is named after the god Taru, worshipped by local tribals. Tadoba boasts one of the highest tiger densities in India.

 

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ROYAL TIGERS

The Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in northern India. It is named after the historic Ranthambore fort, which now lies inside the park. Ranthambore is one of the best places to see the majestic tiger.

 

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SWAMP TIGERS

The Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal is part of the Ganges Delta, and is composed mostly of a mangrove habitat. In this aspect, it is unique among Indian tiger reserves. The Sundarbans also makes for great birdwatching, and is also home to the Saltwater Crocodile.

 

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TIGERS & RHINOS

The Kaziranga National Park lies in the northeastern state of Assam. Apart from being a tiger reserve, it is also home to the endangered Indian Rhinoceros, as well as other iconic animals such as elephants and the wild Water Buffalo. Popular add-ons: Nameri National Park, Manas National Park, Hoollongapar Gibbon Sanctuary.

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