Best Places in India for Jungle Safari
In the busy journey called life it just feels relaxing to explore wildlife which involves the forests, animals and a lot of adventure for sure, it not just satisfies the wanderlust in you but also refreshes your mind with vanishing all the thoughts of your daily life and fills your thoughts with adventures you had.
Here are the top destinations in India for exploring wildlife and enjoying Jungle Safari.
1) Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
You can encounter the wildlife predators here in Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan, and see how life works here for them, tourists having an interest in wildlife photography can surely have a look at this National Park having tigers as the most attention gathering predator here and cause luring of tourists from all over the world, March and May being the ideal seasons for Tiger encounters.
2) Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
Uttarakhand is a place definitely known for its beauty whether for its scenic regions or for the breathtaking mountains, being Asia’s first National Park and it has now seen a saga of wildlife established here centuries ago, you can encounter very fascinating species here in Jim Corbett National park which especially includes ‘Tigers’ attracting most of the tourist here, the best time to visit this National Park is between March to May.
3) Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
This National Park in Madhya Pradesh known for its exotic wildlife species including Tigers and striped cats making it the best place to have a Jungle Safari here, back in the past Royal Families used to hunt in this place but is now a protected place because of the preservation of wildlife is necessary to have to protect these species from getting endangered, March to May is the ideal season for a visit.
4) Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
Mogli land is the name Kanha National park is proud of having the most exotic species of Tigers, Rudyard Kipling’s most famous classic “ The Jungle Book” is inspired by Kanha National Park luring the tourist for a valid reason because of its most wild and exotic species here, so it a must-visit place for the people who are fans of The Jungle Book or the wildlife, the peak time for visiting here is between March to May.
5) Kaziranga National Park, Assam
The One Horned Rhinoceros is the hero here being one of the most exotic species in this national park it surely has the tourists coming here from all over the globe because the flourishing wildlife here with Giant Rhinos, Elephants moreover you can also find a variety of species of birds here and can have a bird watching, being included in UNESCO’s famous World Heritage Sites it surely lives up to its standard, November to April being the peak time of the season to visit this beautiful yet thrilling National Park in Assam.
With lush green forest surrounding you and encountering animals at every stance of your trip, sounds itself so much fun to have! I know how the situation is right now and it's not safe to travel. But you can definitely plan things out for next year when things will be much better hopefully.