Major spotting zones in National Parks for Tiger Safari in India

Tiger Safari in India is the most sought after attraction for wildlife enthusiasts. The dwindling of tiger population has generated more interest in tiger safari in India as well as other countries as people wish to see them in their natural habitat. With the growing interest in wildlife, the number of people visiting wildlife sanctuaries has also increased year after year.
Apart from serious wildlife enthusiasts, there are also many casual visitors who come to spot the wildlife for fun. This is evident from the fact that of late there has been a mushrooming of tiger resorts in and near tiger sanctuaries. Hotel around national parks are earning huge bucks by offering world class facilities to people who come for recreation rather than adventure.
Being a prime destination because of a considerable number of tiger population, Indian tiger safari trips sell like hot cakes in international market. The point which scores high is the fact that tiger safari in India is not only limited to the spotting of tigers but covers a huge spectrum of animal and bird species along with a diverse flora and fauna.
India has a many wildlife reserves which do full justice to your quest for watching this majestic animal in its natural habitat. Bandhavgarh National Park has the highest population of tiger in India and is divided between four zones. These are Tala zone, Magdhi zone, Khitauli zone, Panpatta zone. Sightings predominately occur in the Tala Zone. It is home to the famous tigress Sita which has the distinction of appearing on the cover page of National Geographic magazine.
Ranthambore ranks second for tiger sightings and is frequented by people all through the year to see the wild cats. The park is divided between many zones like Bakaula, Kachida Valley, Lakarda and Anantpura, Rajbagh Ruins, Padam Talao and Ranthambore Forts. ‘Machali-the tigress’ is the most renowned name of the park and was known to the oldest tiger alive when she died at the age of 20. Sultan, Slant Ear and Mala are some of the other known tigers who have got the distinction of appearing in documentaries and animal channels.
Kanha National Park also boasts of a good number of tigers and is known to be one of the best places for tiger safari in India. It is divided between four major zones like Kanha, Kisli, Mukki and Sarhi zone. ‘Munna-the tiger’ is the prominent face of Kanha. Though now past its prime, it is still the most photographed tiger because of a pattern on his forehead which can be read as CAT.
Jim Corbett National Park is divided in 5 major zones which are Dhikala, Jhirna, Bijrani,Durgadevi and Dhela. This was the first park to initiate Project Tiger in India. Because of its huge size, tiger spotting is relatively lesser as compared to other national parks.
Tadoba National Park has no core area that is not open for visitors. Hence people have a better chance of spotting tigers here. This is the oldest National Park in the state of Maharasthra and is also called “the jewel of Vidharba.
Sabung Ayam