Bandhavgarh (or Brother's Fort) is a famed India’s tiger playground. Besides tigers, there are more than 40 rare leopards, lots of birds, and more commonly sighted animals such as wild boar, deer, and so on. Bandhavgarh National Park is open from mid-October through June.
Hemis National Park in Ladakh is blown with chilly winds and is paradise for those who adore the ultimate tremor of high ascents. This sanctuary is famous for Tibetan argali and blue sheep, snow cocks, endangered leopards, chukhar, and golden eagles. Best time for animal watching in this park is from September to March.
And the best time to spot snow leopards in the Hemis National Park fall from January to early April.
Have you ever seen how one-horned rhinoceros look like in real life? Kaziranga National Park breeds the largest amount of these unique creatures. It is rich not only with rhinos but also with various birds, bears, elephants, and panthers. The park is closed from May to October so enjoy this one-of-a-kind wildlife experience from November to April.