India’s biodiversity is mighty and a glimpse of it can be seen in jungle safaris. So, if you’re an animal lover, read on and find out the best wildlife safaris in India to try.

Ranthambore National Park

This wildlife safari is open throughout the year and will make for an unforgettable trip to Rajasthan, Tigers can be spotted very easily in the reserve and outside the reserves you can visit the majestic forts and the Chambal Lake.

Pench National Park

The Pench National Park is low on the number of tigers but it has a variety of animals to make up for it namely, wolves, wild dogs and over 300 species of birds and the best time to visit is October to June.

Kanha National Park

Kanha national park is an example of class park management standards, making it one of the top wildlife safaris in India. Majestic tigers, Jackals, swamp deer and many more can be spotted in the expanse of this beautiful forest with the best time to visit being October to June.

Corbett National Park

This is India’s oldest national park and it has the largest population of tigers in the country making it the best tiger safari in India. Along with tigers you can also spot hundreds of birds and exotic flora and fauna.

Tadoba National Park

Best experienced during the summer months, this wildlife sanctuary is filled with exotic vegetation and a variety of tropical animal species.

Satpura National Park

Perfect for a weekend getaway, the Satpura National Park has a lot to offer in its jungle Safari like sighting many endangered animal species and the canoe Safari on the Denwa river which afford sighting of birds and Indian fresh water Crocodiles.

Panna National Park

Panna national park has made a name for itself by showing a healthy growth in tiger population going over hundreds. You can also spot leopards and many other exotic animals here. The number of wild species here make it one of the top wildlife safaris in India.

Bandhavgarh National Park

The park has the highest density of royal Bengal tigers in the world with over 22 species of mammals and 250 species of birds which can be spotted in the best time to visit between October and June.

Dudhwa National Park

The Dudhwa National Park has incredible biodiversity and is famous for it’s Rhino population. It is one of the lesser explored national parks in the country but it surely is one of the top wildlife safaris in India.

Kaziranga National park

Kaziranga is known for it’s one horned Rhino population and can make for an amazing trip to Assam and is ideal to visit anytime of the year.