As this is a national park and not a zoo, we did not have high expectations of seeing tigers. It is just a matter of luck with only 30% of the parks area accessible to the public. from what I heard, March and April are the best times to go for tiger watchings.
The park is beautiful and it is nice to get a bit of fresh air intake after spending some time in cities. The distance to Delhi makes it weekendable. We did 4 tours and saw dears, antilopes, bears, tigers, an alligator, gazelles, langurs, hyenas and peacocks. We did routes 4,8,2,5
My suggestions for improvement:
1) organise your jeeps and buses according to the hotel where people are staying at. It is very annoying to zig-zag through town to pick everybody up.
2) One of our tours was over an hour delayed, followed by the aforementioned hotel tour, so we only spend 70min in the park
3) It would be nice if the guides/drivers would provide some more explanation on the flora& Fauna, instead of just their names.
4) It would be good if the guides explained the rules of the park (especially no littering and no smoking) to the tour groups before the entry. The park is beautiful and should stay that way.
5) maybe it would be worth considering putting radios in the jeeps and buses to communicate good sighting points.
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