Sariska Tiger Reserve
Around 80 percent of the park is shrouded with Dhok, Tendu, Khair, Surwal, Ber, and Goria trees. Wildlife sheltered in the park ranges from leopards and chinkaras to nilgais, and wild boars, including over 225 ariel species.
Location: Alwar, Rajasthan, India.
Timings: Morning Safari : 6 AM to 10 AM; Evening Safari : 2 PM to 6 PM.
Entry fee: INR 80 per head for Indians; INR 470 per head for foreigners.
Best time to spot Tigers: October to February.
Ranthambore Tiger Reserve
This park got recognized as a game sanctuary back in the year 1955 and got its recognition as a tiger reserve in 1973, after the introduction of Project Tiger. Spread across a whopping area of around 1334 sq. kilometers, the park lies on the eastern frontier of the Aravalli mountains. Alongside animals, this park also shelters over 360 bird species with exotic Siberian and European birds flocking to Surwal Lake in the park every year.
Location: Ranthambore, Rajasthan, India.
Timings: 6 AM to 7 PM.
Entry fee: INR 617 for Indians; INR 1357 for foreigners.
Best time to spot Tigers: October to April.
Mukundara Hills Tiger Reserve
Extending over an area of around 200 sq. kilometers, this park is home to 3 wildlife sanctuaries - Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary, Jaswant Sagar Wildlife Sanctuary, and Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary. In the year 2013, this park was recognized by the National Tiger Conservation Authority, after which Rajasthan state got its third tiger reserve after Sariska Tiger Reserve and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve.
Location: Kota, Rajasthan, India.
Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM.
Entry fee: INR 20 for Indians; INR 100 for foreigners.
Best time to spot tigers: October to June.