Seeing a tiger in the wild is the dream for every wildlife enthusiast. Just the sight of giant paws on the soil, leading toward the unknown, dense green cover all around, sounds of birds chirping in the distance can be a truly hair-raising experience. And what would be a better way to live up this adrenaline surge than a wildlife safari. Luckily for the admirers of this exotic big cat, India is home 75 per cent of the world’s tiger population, with a 2016 census by World Wildlife Fund and Global Tiger Forum pegging their population in the wild at 3,891. To make sure you don’t wander in vain, here is a rundown on 5 national parks in India to spot a tiger : Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh With nearly 100 tigers roaming about freely in the 100 square kilometre area of this wildlife sanctuary nestled between the Vindhya…