Camp in the wild
Although national parks in India donít have camping facilities, you can go on a tiger safari camp on the edge of Corbett National Park, with tents that are more like chalets than camping, but with total immersion in the wilds all the same, on the edge of the Ramganga River. Families will love the luxury tented accommodation in Kanha Tiger Reserve, as it is run by a family with children, so there is a good understanding and consideration when it comes to taking care of young ones - meal menus and times etc. Tiger safaris on the only privately owned wildlife sanctuary in India, two and a half hours from Jodhpur, Rajasthan, also have campsite facilities. Accommodating only six guests at a time, the Jalore Wildlife Sanctuary, a 190km2 natural jungle, is not only remote, but also reserved for the privileged few.