Top 15 National Parks in India To Spot Majestic Predators

The wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in India offers one of the best wildlife safari in the world and known for the best place to spot majestic super predators in the wild nature. The five big cats of India are the  large carnivores and ranked as most deadliest beasts in the wild forest. Here is the top list of Indian national parks for confirm sighting of Tigers and other big cats.

Kanha National Park


The Tiger Reserve and the most famous National Park of India is the one of the major home of the Royal Bengal Tiger, one of the five big jungle cat found in India. Kanha Kisli National Park is known for its swamp deer or Barasingha.

Gir Forest National Park


The Sasan Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary of Junagarh, Gujarat is the only home of Majestic Asiatic Lions in the world with 411 as the total population in the wild as per the April 2010 census record.

Jim Corbett National park


Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest national park in India established to protect the endangered Bengal tiger and famous as one of the best to spot Agile Indian Leopard along with Bengal Tiger.

Hemis National Park


The Hemis High Altitude National Park is located in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir and home to a number of endangered species of mammals including the most beautiful and Endangered Snow Leopard.

Namdapha National Park


The Namdapha National Park is the largest protected area in Northeast and largest national park in India, in terms of area, located in Arunachal Pradesh. Namdapha National Park is the only home of four big cat species in India snow leopards, clouded leopards, Indian common leopards and Bengal Tigers along with Red Giant Flying Squirrel.

Nagarhole National Park


Nagarhole National Park is one of the Project Tiger tiger reserve of India and part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Nagarhole National Park offers opportunity to see the wild animals very close to natural habitat such as gaurs, elephants and four horned antelopes.

Bandipur National Park

Indian wild dog

The part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and a tiger reserve under Project Tiger,Bandipur National Park is one of the wild park in India to support several species of endangered wild animals such as Indian rock pythons, four-horned antelopes and the Asiatic wild dog or Indian wild dog.

Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park is the most important wildlife habitat located at the tri-junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka and worked as a Wildlife corridor between several protected areas of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and home to several endangered and vulnerable species of animals and birds including critically endangered Indian White-rumped Vulture and long-billed vulture.

Kaziranga National Park


Kaziranga National Park is home of highest density of tigers among protected areas in India and the world.Tiger Reserve is also home to populations of Indian elephants, wild water buffalo,swamp deer and wild cats.

Ranthambore National Park


Ranthambore is the most popular national park and declared one of the Project Tiger reserves of India, best known for its large tiger population. It is located at the junction of the Aravalis and Vindhyas in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan.

Tadoba National Park


The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Project is one of the renowned sanctuaries of Maharashtra, India and is famous for its Royal Bengal Tigers. Tadoba National Park is oldest and largest National Park in Maharashtra and home to around 65 Tigers in the wild.

Sundarbans National Park


The Sundarbans National Park is a Tiger Reserve, a Biosphere Reserve and has the vast area of mangrove forests with variety of flora and diverse fauna. Sundarbans mangrove forests is one of the largest reserves for the Bengal tiger and home to the apex predator the salt-water crocodile.

Bandhavgarh National Park


The second popular national parks of of Madhya Pradesh and known as one of the highest density of the tiger population in India. Bandhavgarh Bengal tigers are known in the world, appeared on the cover of National Geographic and considered the most photographed tiger.

Simlipal National Park


Simlipal National Park is the largest protected area in the tribal state of Odisha and home to ninety-nine Royal Bengal Tigers,Indian Bisons and famous for Chausingha and Wild elephants.

Velavadar National Park


Velavadar National Park is now known as Blackbuck National Park located in the region of Saurashtra,Gujarat. Wildlife fauna of the park includes Wolves,Hyenas and Jungle Cats as the carnivores species.