India National Parks

A tiger floating in the water while holding onto a rock with its front paws.

Introducing Ranthambore National Park

Renowned Ranthambore offers perhaps the world’s best chance to see Royal Bengal tigers—an incandescent beast many consider the most impressive of Earth’s many trillions of sentient beings (and Micato-favoured Oberoi Vanyvilas, on the park’s lush border, is one of the world’s most impressive rural luxury hotels).

Kanha National Park, massive, wildlife-rich, was a haunt and inspiration of Rudyard Kipling; little more need be said if you remember his masterpiece The Jungle Book. And Bandhavgarh, not far from Kanha, supports a zealously protected tiger and leopard population.

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