Here are the best tiger reserves of India which you can visit to spot the majestic cats in their natural surroundings:
The Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
It has the highest density of the tigers. According to the last count, this national park had 63 tigers. The park is open from October till June but the best months to spot a tiger is from April to June.
Pench Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
It is said to be the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. The chances of spotting a tiger here is high especially during the summer months of April to June.
Ranthambore National park, Rajasthan
It is one of the most famous tiger reserves in India with three picturesque lakes.
Kanha tiger reserve, Madhya Pradesh
Apart from tigers, you can also spot Barasingha Deer which is an endangered species found only here.
Tadoba- Andhari Tiger reserve, Maharashtra
This is a relatively new tiger reserve. It surprises with a booming population of tigers, along with leopards and sloths.