India's jungles are vast and diverse. There are almost 100 national parks and 450 wildlife sanctuaries, which are huge attractions for visitors.Each national park is unique in regards to its wildlife and scenery. Therefore, it's wise to have an idea of what you want to see before making a decision about where to visit.
If you'd like to try your luck at spotting India's regal Bengal tiger, it's best to head to one of the smaller national parks with the highest concentration of tigers, such as Bandhavgarh and Ranthambore, or the little known Tadoba National Park. Safaris on elephant back (as well as jeep safaris) are offered at Bandhavgarh, Kanha, and Kaziranga, and Pench national parks. Ranthambore only operates safaris in vehicles.