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Wildlife Tours & Tiger Safari in India

by Nature Wanderers Nature Wanderers
Tigers are the largest members of the cat family and are known for their power and strength. Tigers are the largest member of the cat family and one of nature's most feared predators. When hunting prey at night, their beautiful orange and black striped coats provide camouflage, and they can reach speeds of 65 km/h (40 mph).

Tigers are the most diverse cat on the planet, with many distinct and intriguing characteristics. They are magnificent creatures that are sadly on the verge of extinction due to human negligence. But, hopefully, by learning more about them, we can raise awareness of this admirable animal and help it grow in numbers once more.

Go on Tiger Tours in India for an adventure and to let your adrenaline flow. In India's national parks, you can see the magnificent striped felines in their natural habitat and learn about their existence and survival. Seeing such a beautiful animal in its natural habitat is a life-changing experience for many people. These wildlife excursions are thrilling, and no matter how many times they are seen, each glimpse of the Tiger keeps one returning for more.

Patience is required on a tiger safari to spot a tiger in its natural habitat and observe how it hunts for food. From October to June, most national parks are open. During this time, only Jeep safari bookings are available. Tiger Tours in India are conducted twice daily, in the morning and afternoon. A safari will last approximately 4 hours and will transport up to 6 people in a jeep.

It's important to understand that tigers have large territories, which means they roam large areas and are difficult to spot. A female tiger's territory can be up to 20 square kilometers in size, while a male tiger's territory can be up to 100 square kilometers. Knowing these facts can help you manage your expectations for when you do out for Tiger Tours in India.

A thrilling tiger safari can whisk you away to a whole new world of adventure. Seeing a Royal Bengal Tiger in the wild is an unforgettable experience. The regal strides, gracious demeanor, and royal stripes blending in the wilderness make it an unforgettable experience to remember for a lifetime.

Nature Wanderers would like you to witness the royal cat in an exquisite and unparalleled experience. As a result, they would like to share a few pointers that will make your tiger safari experience truly one-of-a-kind.

1. Make your Tiger Safari reservation at least 120 days in advance
For park entries, Indian Tiger reserves have limited jeep carrying capacity. For most popular parks, ticket sales begin online 90-120 days in advance, and tickets sell out within a day or two of going on sale. During peak periods, tickets may sell out within hours of going on sale. If you book in advance, you will also get the best zones in the park.

2. Explore a Variety of Tiger Reserve Zones
Many tourist zones are available in all of the popular tiger reserves. Bandhavgarh is divided into three distinct zones: Tala, Magdhi, and Khitauli. Kanha is divided into four distinct zones: Kisli, Kanha, Mukki, and Sarhi. Park tickets are sold in zones. To get the most out of the park, visit a variety of zones. Some zones within the same park have different habitats, resulting in diverse flora and fauna. Tiger sightings also tend to shift from one zone to the next, depending on the presence of a tigress with cubs, the availability of water and food, and so on. Many parks also have tiger reserve zones in both the core and buffer forests.

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