It's not just tigers
in India, but a fantastic array of flora and fauna just waiting to be explored and discovered.
Depending on where you travel to India you will come across a fantastic variety of wildlife. Whether you are here to see tigers, lions, leopards or even birds, the National Park in India are home to a whole host of wildlife.
Pench National Park is one of the smaller national parks, and with the Pench River running through it, provides a haven for the wildlife. Pench National Park is home to not only the tigers but to the beautiful Asiatic leopards. Pench is one of the best places to spot the Asiatic leopards and they have made this rocky terrain their home. The dam in the Park is also a fantastic place for bird watching.
Kanha National Park is a large Park with a diverse range of flora and fauna. Consisting of hills, meadows and valleys filled with water, this is a beautiful National Park. Kanha is home to an array of wildlife and on a safari here you are more than likely to spot a number of the following, barasingha, chital, sambar, wild boar, sloth bears, jungle cats, wild dogs, leopards and the famous Bengal tiger.
Bandhavgarh National Park is home to around 90 tigers, 25 leopards, chital, sambar, langur monkeys, jackals and a number of birds including the crested serpent eagle, white eyed buzzard and parakeets! And is one of the best destinations to visit on a tiger safari.
Corbett Tiger Reserve has a dense prey base making it one of the best areas in India to go on a tiger safari. Asiatic elephants, crocodiles, otters, jackal, sloth bears, leopards and of course the tiger are all found within the park. The Ramganga River is the main source of water in the park and it is for this reason the wildlife thrives here.
Sasan Gir National Park is the only home to the last remaining Asiatic lions with just 350 remaining. More shaggy looking than the African lions, these cats are a must see if travelling to India. These lions behave slightly different to the African lions. Although they still live in prides, these prides are usually made up of females and their cubs. The male lions tend to be solitary and only join a pride to mate. As well as the lions, this park is home to leopards, sloth bears, jungle cats, striped hyenas, golden jackals, Mongoose, Civets, and Porcupines! Gir is also home to around 300 species of bird making this a fantastic wildlife destination.