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Bandhavgarh National Park

Bandhavgarh National Park has the highest known density of Bengal tigers in India, and over the years has maintained an excellent record of sightings. Its rocky hills, grassy swamps and forested valleys create a diverse ecosystem that is home to other predators and mammals, as well as 250 bird species.

  • Destination: India

Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park offers some of India’s finest tiger viewing. The setting for Rudyard Kipling’s ‘The Jungle Book, the undulating grassland and deciduous forest also supports a further 22 species of mammal and its waterholes create tranquil spots for bird watching in the surrounding jungle.

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Sundarbans National Park

The world’s largest impenetrable mangrove forest covers 10,000 square kilometres of mudflats and tidal waterways in the Ganges Delta. Home to numerous birds and mammals – including over 250 tigers – the Sundarbans offer a unique wildlife experience, as game-viewing is done either by boat or from hides.

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Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park is renowned for its tigers and stunning scenery. The crumbling ruins of numerous temples and a hilltop fort, dry dhok forest and tranquil lakes evoke its princely splendour. There are good opportunities to see many mammals and is therefore a popular inclusion to an itinerary.

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Panna National Park

Panna National Park is one of India’s least explored parks and combines very well with Bandhavgarh. Its environment is one of teak and dry deciduous forest, mixed with open grasslands, woodlands and thorny woodlands, that create diverse habitats for many mammals and over 300 bird species.

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Pench National Park

Pench National Park, is renowned for the richness of its flora and fauna. Nestling in the Satpura Hills, it takes its name from the nearby river, which winds through the park. Its most famous residents are tigers, but is also home to large herds of Indian bison and four endangered species of vulture.

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Chitwan National Park

Nepal’s foremost national park lies in the sub-tropical lowlands of the Terai. The former royal hunting reserve consists of sal forest and riverine jungle on the floodplain of three rivers, and with over 350 bird species and many mammals contains a greater variety of wildlife than any other area in the country.

  • Destination: Nepal

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andhari is the largest national park in Maharastra and is becoming increasingly well-known for its tiger sightings, and is one of India’s 41 Project Tiger reserves. The park is bounded by the Chimur, Moharli and Kolsa ranges and is dominated by teak and bamboo forests.

  • Destination: India