Best tiger safari experience in the world
According to a recent study India has the highest number of tigers in the world and holds about 70% of the world’s tiger population. Tigers are majestic animals; they are a symbol of valor, fearlessness, and courage. India is a land of diversity and rich culture; it is a home to various species of tiger that cannot be seen elsewhere in the world. Having such diverse amount of species of tigers, India offers an incomparable, thrilling and everlasting experience of wildlife safari. From the luscious green forests of Jim Corbett in Uttrakhand to Nagarhole national park in Mysore, India is a home to almost 12 major national parks where one can witness this stunning creature in its natural habitat. Tiger is also India’s national animal and also a symbol of pride and freedom, which is why the government in India has taken a lot measures to prevent the tigers go extinct. There is a kind of enthrallment you feel, a rush when you finally spot a tiger in the wilderness; in the quietness of the jungle, the only creature that will make your adrenaline boost up and keep you alerted throughout. Going on a safari is a whole new experience for someone who loves the nature and wildlife; you will not only get to see some of the endangered species but will also spot some rare wildlife. Every year the national parks in India are flooded with tourists from all over the world to experience the aura of this majestic creature thriving in the untouched jungles of modern India. Tourists can also see white tigers in India; white tigers are very rare and can only be seen in some parts of Madhya Pradesh, Assam, west Bengal and Odisha, they are basically a pigmented variant of the great Bengal tiger. The national parks in India are very well built for the tourists that are coming from various parts of the world; they offer the best hospitality and an unparallel experience. It is generally after monsoon that the parks offer an aesthetically beautiful environment and one can see the luscious green foliage and frondescence in the midst of the tranquil and calm forest. After monsoon the animals come out often because of the fresh and crisp atmosphere so it’s easier to spot the tiger after the monsoon season which is from October to April. A lot of wildlife photographers visit India just to have a little piece of this paradise and immerse themselves into the enchanted beauty of the wild moors and tall trees, and to get in touch with the wild side of nature and just absorb everything it has to offer. Cruising in those dense and thick forest and feeling the light and fresh breeze across your face is an amazing feeling. Spotting a tiger in the jungle is not an easy task; one has to show a little patience to see it. Tigers are very calm and reserved creatures, they love their space so it is advised to keep your cameras ready but don’t forget to put the flash lights off as it can trigger the instincts of any wild animal. Once you spot a tiger, be calm and don’t make any noise, it will make them run away, just enjoy the view from afar and click as many pictures you want. The safari will make you think that how seeing an animal in its natural habitat and seeing it in a zoo is different and also an unmatched experience, this adventure will surely change your life.