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10 Places to Track and Click the Illusive Big Cats

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Capture the hidden realm of India's big cats at it's many wildlife sanctuaries and national parks. HolidayIQ Travellers present a list of destinations that present the best chance to capture these felines in their natural habitat.n

1. Ranthambore

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HolidayIQ Reviewer arhum jain says, “A place that makes you filled with happiness A joy full safari with my family enjoyed a lot with my whole family as it was first time travelling to the destination. We just missed to seetigers but still that was really always remembered trip for our family. The car in which we travelled was awesome and the driver with Guide were so intelligent and knowing all the areas for the possibilities of viewing tigers. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Jyoti Sahu shares, “Everything apart, people visit this place to spot the Royal Bengaltiger and once you do spot it, you will love the place even more. The No. Oftigers are decent and there is a 90 % chance of spotting.”

2. Sasan gir

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Gupta says, “Has a huge types of animals and birds Gir is home to Asiatic lions and numerous other animals and birds. Lions are the major attractions of the jungle. Gir Jungle is popular and well maintained place in Junagadh District of Gujarat the best time to visit Gir is during winters. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahil Shah says, “The probability of lion sighting is normally 50% but jungle on the way is very dense and you may be able to see deer, peacock and so many other birds.”

3. Corbett

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Tushar Bhutani shares, “Junglesafari in the jeeps is a must do along with other attractions like Elephantsafari near the river banks, bird watching and other outdoor activities like Rappelling, Rock climbing etc.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Partha says, “People go there to seetigers, which will depend on your luck but do understand you are not going there just to sight thetigers, so many species of Deer, Sambars, Monkeys, Birds, Reptiles can be found there. The view of the forest and the river itself is breathtaking.”

4. Kanha

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HolidayIQ Reviewer nagraj adds, “Appointment with atiger Kanha, National Park at Madhya Pradesh is the home fortigers. Well protected area fortiger conservation. Madhya Pradesh must be proud of its achievement in protecting thetigers. Kanha is very well scientifically planned area. Being a protected area, the wild life department has created zones in the forest in order to control the number of visitors not avoid the disturbance jungle life. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer bilat singh says, “Quite apart from the chance of seeing atiger, the national park itself is a sight to see, with a diverse ecosystem and many other creatures that subsist on it. For birdwatchers, this is a place to visit, although chances are that constantly peering up at the numerous species hiding away in the tall sal trees will leave you with a crick in the neck. We counted at least 25 species of birds that we had not seen before including the ungainly looking yellow-footed green pigeon and the elegant grey hornbill.”

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5. Panna

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saranya Devanathan adds, “We have been lucky to sight a tiger as soon as we entered. The guides with the help of radars track thetiger's movement and take us nearby. Pandava caves is nearby and it is worth a visit.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Lakshmi Sharath says, “We did two safaris here and were unlucky but another group spotted a leopard with a kill. We however heard a lot of warning calls. It is recommended that you do at least two safaris here. Besides tigers and leopards, you can spot bears as well. Chital, nilgai, sambhar pose for you. The River Ken flows through the forest. ”

6. Mudumalai (Masinagudi)

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HolidayIQ Reviewer sudhir nair adds, “Forest Fun If you want to be in a "real" forest with plenty of flora and fauna and see animals not in cages, away from the concrete jungles of today's cities, Masinagudi is an experience of a life time. The village is nestled within the Mudumalai Forest Reserve in Tamil Nadu. Though connected by road, Its a lazy, slow town.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Arijit Mandal adds, “Tigers are anyway difficult to see and you need to be very lucky, but otherwise you can usually see good concentration of Elephants, Bison, Peacocks and Deers. The buses are OK, and the trip takes an Hour. But be prepared to wait before the trip as the buses will not leave unless there are sufficient number of people. ”

7. Kabini

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Priyanka Agarwal says, “The safari experience was Brilliant! It was my first safari and I actually spotted a magnificenttiger, walking majestically in front of our Jeep. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Dharmesh Jain shares, “Safari rides were awesome An awesomesafari to be done and you can spot a lot of animals. Two types ofsafari are available. Boatsafari and open jeep safari. And the timings are in the morning from 6 to 8.30 and 3 to 5.30,and also it has an entry fees. But the best safari I had ever done before. ”

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