There are multiple options for a jungle trip in India. Selecting the best depends upon which part of India you are in. Here we would suggest you three jungle trips that are appropriate both in terms of budget and adventure.
If you are travelling to south India, the best option is:
Bandipur National Park
Among one of the well managed national parks in India, Bandipur National park is situated in Mysore. Mysore is a known city in the state of Karnataka. The 874- square km stretch of park is gifted with a rich variety of flora and fauna. The park is open throughout the year, but the best time of the year to visit the Bandipur National Park is between the months of March to October.
Entry fee for Indians: 300 Rs. (including safari charges)
Entry Fee for Foreigners: 1500 Rs. (including safari charges)
Moving towards North, in Rajasthan, you would definitely plan for
Ranthambore National Park
The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of southeastern Rajasthan, which is about 130 km from Jaipur. Safari timing is different in the morning and evening. In the morning it is generally between 7 am to 10 am depending on the season (summer or winter). In Evening, timing varies between 3 pm to 6 pm.
Entry fee for Indians: 350 Rs. approx (including safari charges)
Entry Fee for Foreigners: 550 Rs. approx (including safari charges)
Further travelling towards Uttrakhand, most popular jungle trip is
Jim Corbett National Park
It is a Project Tiger Reserve and lies in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand Jim Corbett is the oldest national park of India and was established in 1936.
Entry fee for Indians: 200 Rs. approx (including safari charges)
Entry Fee for Foreigners: 900 Rs. approx (including safari charges)
Disclaimer: Images belong to their respective owners.