Top 10 National Park With Highest Tiger Population in India

As per survey in 2022-2023 among the 55 tiger reserves of India, here is the list of top 10 national park with highest Tiger Population in India. There are 8 Indian states with highest number of tiger population.

Jim Corbett National Park – 260, Uttarakhand


Jim Corbett National Park known for its Bengal tigers, comprises 520.8 km2 area of riverine belts, hills, and grasslands. The park is home to highest number of Tigers in India and the state of Uttarakhand has third highest number of tiger population in India.

Bandipur National Park – 150, Karnataka


Bandipur is another most famous beautiful and well managed national parks of Karnataka, part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. A Tiger reserve under Project Tiger and home to second highest number of tiger in India after Jim Corbett National Park.

Nagarhole National Park – 141, Karnataka


Nagarahole Tiger Reserve located in Kodagu district of Karnataka and Kabini is the place where one can spot Black Panther, Spotted Leopard and Striped Tiger. Part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, the park is backed by the Kabini river and Brahamagiri Mountains.

Bandhavgarh National Park – 135, Madhya Pradesh


Bandhavgarh National Park is the finest tiger reserve of Central India and a paradise for wildlife as well as for tourist. The park is home to highest number of tiger in Madhya Pradesh consists of a core area of 105 sq km.

Dudhwa National Park – 135, Uttar Pradesh


Dudhwa National Park is part of the Dudhwa Tiger Reserve in the Terai belt of marshy grasslands in Uttar Pradesh. A popular tourist destination, known for its green grasslands and amazing list of wildlife including Terai Tigers.

Mudumalai National Park – 114, Tamil Nadu


Mudumalai National Park at the tri-junction of two states with Tamil Nadu and part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The park was declared a tiger reserve together with a buffer zone and 18 carnivore and 10 herbivore species, Including Two Brothers of White Tiger.

Kanha National Park – 105, Madhya Pradesh


Kanha National Park is one of the most Tiger search park in Central India and one of the must visit tiger reserves. The park has largest number Bengal Tiger after Bandhavgarh National Park.

Kaziranga National Park – 104, Assam


Kaziranga National Par of Assam is a UNESCO world heritage site and most famous for UNESCO world heritage Big Five wild animals collectively known as ‘Big Five of Kaziranga. The park is recently spotted a golden tiger, first in the wild and only one in the world.

Golden Tiger of Kaziranga, Black Tiger of Odisha and White Tiger of Nilgiris are the must see Tiger Reserve in India for a life time experience.

Sundarbans National Park – 100, West Bengal


Sundarbans National Park is only home to swamp Royal Bengal tiger also known as largest coastal mangrove forest. This tiger reserve of West Bengal not only home to swamp tiger but also endangered species including the estuarine crocodile and Ganges River dolphin.

Tadoba National Park – 97, Maharashtra


Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is the largest Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra and one of the must visit national park of India with highest number of tiger population – 97 as per sources.

As per the officials, Black Panther was spotted in 2018 in the this dry forest of Tadoba however very rare sight for wildlife lovers as black panthers normally live in evergreen forest like Kabini in Nagarhole National Park.

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