The tiger represents bravery. They are the kings and queens of the jungle, ruling over the entire territory. Here are the 4 Tiger Safari Parks in India that you can visit to see them
Tadoba Tiger Reserve is spread over 1,727 sq. km and is located in Chandrapur, Maharashtra. In the Tadoba tiger safari, you can see various animals. However, the most famous animal is the Maya tigress who is the queen of Tadoba.
Tadoba Tiger Reserve
Rathambore Tiger Reserve
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is located in Rajasthan's Sawai Madhopur district. The Reserve is 392 sq km in size. If you've ever wanted to see one of the striped huge cats in person, then the Ranthambore Tiger Safari is your best chance.
Kaziranga National Park is in Assam and is a UNESCO world heritage site. It has the world's second largest population of one horned rhinos.
Kaziranga National Park
Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve sits in the Himalayan foothills of Uttarakhand. The oldest national park, Jim Corbett, was founded in 1936. wildlife lovers and photographers go on a Jim Corbett Tiger Safari to have glances of Bengal tigers.