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Tigers in Ranthambore National ParkRANTHAMBORE NATIONAL PARK.
The Ranthambore National Park great destination for adventure seekers and lovers of the tiger. It is a tremendous replica of the success of the ambitious Project Tiger's . It was established in 1955 as a sanctuary, 1973 as a tiger reserve and 1981 as a national park. The vegetation is dry deciduous and the impressive Ranthambore fort is also located a one of the hill tops. Ranthambore National Park boasts of one of the maximum population of tigers and they can be easily spotted roaming with their majestically or hunting sambars, normally across the lakes. Also, the forest rest house, Jogi Mahal, has the second-largest banyan tree in IndiaSEASONS TO VISIT: October-June, the best period being December-April

HOW TO GET THERE:
BY AIR: Jaipur the nearest airport(the closest airport).
BY TRAIN: Ranthambore National Park is approx. 12 km from the Sawai Madhopur railway station, that lies on the Delhi to Mumbai trunk route.
BY ROAD: A good network of roads connects Sawai Madhopur, the nearest town, with all major cities in Rajasthan or drive to Ranthambore (165 kms)

VISITING SEASON:
The best time to visit the park is between October and June.
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SARISKA NATIONAL PARK
Sambar in Sariska National ParkDeclared in 1979 as a Tiger Reserve, Sariska National Park is a wide valley with two large plateaus that lies in the Aravalli hills. The large Siliserh Lake is at the north-eastern corner. The forests are dry deciduous, with trees of Dhak, Acacia, Ber and Salar. The Tigers of Sariska are largely nocturnal and are not as easily seen as those of Ranthambore. The park also has good populations of Nilgai, Sambar and Chital. In the evenings, Indian Porcupine, Striped Hyena, Indian Palm Civet and even Leopard are sometimes seen. The forests are lush during and immediately following the monsoon. Its allows excellent for bird watching and has a very large population of Indian Peafowl.

MUST VISIT PLACES: The Sariska National Park has many historical and religious places, including the ruins of the Kankwari Fort, Neelkanth temples, the Budha Hanumab Temple near Pandupol, the Bharthari Temple near the park office, and the hot and cold springs of Taalvriksh.

BEST TIME TO VISIT SARISKA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY:
Sariska is open to visitors throughout the year, although certain jungle tracks are closed during the monsoon and the breeding season. The best time to visit the park is late in the winter around January or February. If you don’t mind the heat, April to June is a great time to see animals at the waterholes.

HOW TO GET THERE:
BY AIR: The Jaipur is the nearest airport from Sariska aprox115 km 3 hours.
BY TRAIN: The nearest railway station is at Alwar (36 km).
BY ROAD: Sariska wildlife sanctuary is situated off the Delhi-Alwar-Jaipur Road. Jaipur is located at a distance of 107-kms and Delhi at 200-kms(5-6 HRS.) from Sariska. Sariska is well connected with Alwar, which is further directly connected with bus services from Delhi and Jaipur.

ACCOMMODATION AND FACILITIES: The grand Sariska Palace in the vicinity of the park office has a large complex. The main palace has been converted into a hotel from a hunting lodge. The facilities offered include room service, hot and cold running water, swimming pool, health club, ayurvedic treatment and money changing. Each room is well furnished with original Louis Quartzes and art deco furniture and has private bathroom with bath and/or shower and toilet.

Tiger's Den, a tourist bungalow run by the Rajasthan government & a private budget property called Tiger Heavens are also nice places to stay. Safaris are by 4-wheel drive motor vehicles.
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CORBETT NATIONAL PARK
Tiger in Corbett National ParkEstablished : 1936 as a national park, India's first (named Hailey National Park;
In 1957 renamed Corbett National Park), 1973 as a tiger reserve.
The historical place of launch of Project Tiger in 1973, Jim Corbett National Park has a very diverse flora and fauna. It is a delight for the avid wildlife lovers across the world. This India's finest National Parks covers an area of 52,082 hectares and has the Tiger, Indian Elephant and Leopard as its major assets. The Ramganga river drains the Corbett National Park , which is a large low valley in itself. The river is rich in the magnificent mahaseer. Along the high banks of Dhangarhi Gate and Dhikala, several Marsh Crocodile and the Gharial Crocodile can also be seen. It also ideal for bird watchers as more than 500 species of birds are recorded in this park.

VISITING SEASON: Sariska is open to visitors throughout the year, although certain jungle tracks are closed during the monsoon and the breeding season. The best time to visit the park is late in the winter around January or February. If you don’t mind the heat, April to June is a great time to see animals at the waterholes.

HOW TO GET THERE:
BY AIR: The nearest airport is Pantnagar (2.5 hours).
BY TRAIN: The nearest railway station is Ramnagar (2 hours from Dhikala).
BY ROAD: Corbett lies some 300 km to the North East of Delhi. From Delhi drive to Corbett (6-7 hours).

ACCOMMODATION AND FACILITIES : There are many accommodation facilities at Ramnagar as well as at the Corbett National park. Being one of the most frequently visited parks in the country, the forest department and other agencies have their hotels, lodges, rest houses, log huts for the visitors.

Forest rest houses, log huts etc at Dhikala, forest rest houses at Sarapduli, Bijrani, Ghairal offer some of the best stay in the region.. To stay at the government hotels, rest houses etc make sure that reservations are done well in advance as the pressure is really high during the tourist seasons.
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Black Bucks in Kanha National ParkKANHA NATIONAL PARK (MADHYA PARDESH).
Kanha National Park is Kipling country and the nearby forests were the setting for the "Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling. It's an outstanding national park and wildlife reserve of Central India, noted for its last remaining population of the hard-ground race of the Swamp Deer (approximately 380). Spotting wild animals is always a matter of luck, but Kanha is so rich in wildlife that the odds are titled in your favour. Most people are keener to meet Kanha's most famous citizen: the Tiger. Thereare a healthy numbers of the Tiger found over here, which may be seen during the day, and is one of the best places left to see them.

There are 175 varieties of birds in Kanha National Park. So if you happen to be bird watcher, look forward to a full spotting itinerary. The terrain inside the park is varied, nonetheless enjoyable. Bamboo forests flow into Sal forests and meadows. There are herds of spotted deer to be seen with smaller herds of spotted deer to be seen with smaller herds of beautiful antelope, the black buck. With a little luck, you could also spot the timorous barking deer. It's snapping warns other denizens of the forest that a predator is around. There is also a very strong possibility that you will see the rare Barasingha, the Swamp Deer. Once there were only 66 of these in Kanha, but careful conservation and management raised their population to over 400.

It was at Kanha that the eminent zoologist George Schaller undertook the first ever-scientific study of the tiger. Another landmark at Kanha is the preservation of the 'hard ground' Barasingha. This was achieved by extending the grasslands, relocating villages and by increasing habitat.

HOW TOGET THERE:
Khatia (3 km from Kisli) and Mukki are the two main entry points to the Park. The nearest town is Mandla (65 km).
BY AIR: Drive from Jabalpur (6 hours), which is also the nearest airport or from Nagpur (7 hours drive). There are regular air services to Raipur and Nagpur (270 kms) from other airports in India. From these airports one has to drive to the park.
BY RAIL: The most convenient railheads for Kanha are Jabalpur and Nagpur. These two are well connected by fast and superfast trains other destinations in India.
BY ROAD: To access the Kanha National Park there are two ways, via Khatia or via Kisli. From Jabalpur there are daily bus services to these places. From Jabalpur, Bilaspur and Raipur one can hire taxis to the park. No vehicles are allowed inside the park after dark so get there before dusk.

DESCRIPTION: By a special statute in 1955, Kanha National Park came into being as a part of the Project Tiger. Made up of Sal forests, with dry deciduous vegetation, the Kanha National Park has diverse flora and fauna. It boasts of 22 species of mammals like this park is the gaur, sambar, and chausingha. Barasingha is the real jewel of this national park and blackbucks can also be spotted here. Nilgai antelope, the sloth bear, the dhole, or Indian wild dog, and an occasional panther are also part of the wildlife. More than 200 species of birds also inhibit the park. The diverse flora and fauna of the forest is simply impeccable. But foremost, the park is known for its Tiger population. It is an excellent dwelling ground for professional photographers, across the world.

MUST VISIT PLACES: Bamni Dadar, known as Sunset Point, is the most beautiful section of the park, and the view of the sunset from this spot is absolutely mesmerizing.

VISITING SEASON: The park is closed from July 1 to October 31, because of the heavy monsoon. The ideal time to visit Kanha would be the period between February and June.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES: Forest Lodge (ITDC), Forest Rest Houses, M.P. Tourism Log Huts, Kipling Camp are the available means of accommodation. Royal tiger resort is also available for best and comfortable accommodation.

M P S T D C jeeps are available on hire for touring the park. For tiger-tracking, elephants are used. Forest Department guides accompany visitors around the park on circuits, they help to explore and view particular places.
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Tigers in Satna National ParkPANNA NATIONAL PARK
A recently created national park with diverse , the Satna National Park consists of vast stretches of unharmed and unblemished forests. It lies along the river Ken, 32 km from Khajuraho. The place has a good tiger population. The road towards Satna also passes through the Satna National Park.

PLACES TO VISIT: It hosts many waterfalls that have become popular tourist spots. Day excursions to the place also incorporate visits to diamond mines at Majhgawan, the Rajgarh Palace and the temples of Panna town

VISITING SEASON: Although the park is open throughout the year, the winter season is the best time to visit the park. This is because the sultry heat can have a daunting effect on the visitors and spoil the enjoyment.

HOW TO GET THERE:
BY ROAD: The park can be easily approached from the village of Madla, 22 km from Khajuraho.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES: Good accommodation is available in close proximity of the Panna National Park, in the form of tree houses and tourist lodges. The facilities offered are also fine.
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