prides in housing these elusive creature, viewing which is everyone's dream.
Viewing tiger in the wild is a rare experience, and only one in in million
is lucky enough to boast of such experience. The high concentration of
tigers in India, as compared to other countries gives one an immense
opportunity to sight the tigers in the wilds. There are many tiger reserve
and sanctuaries which prides in housing this majestic creature. Millions of
tourist visit India every year to view this fierce creature in its natural
Some of the major Park & Tigers Reserves, where you can sight tigers
» Corbett National Park & Tiger Reserve :
Corbett National Park in the state of Uttranchal is the first & the
finest tiger reserve in India. Sprawling in an areas of 201 sq km in one of
India's thickest green belt, the park is the home to about 110 tree species,
50 mammals species, 580 bird species and 25 reptile species. With the help
of the World Wildlife Fund, Project Tiger was launched in Corbett National
Park in 1973. Named after Jim Corbett, the legendary hunter turned wildlife
conservationist and naturalist, the park is famous for its large population
of tigers, lions and elephants. Tiger tracking is very easy here.
» Ranthambore National Park & Tiger Reserve :
In the state of Rajasthan not very far from New Delhi is another tiger
reserve - Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, known world over for its picturesque
location and some most captivating structures of the medieval era.
Ranthambhore offers the best view of the tigers in the world for its most
appealing surroundings and hence, photographers from all over prefer to
capture this fierce creature in their camera in this site. It was in 1973,
that Ranthambhore was included in the project tiger list and became one of
the safest areas for the tigers to leave. Besides the tigers, the park is
also home to various other mammals, birds, reptiles, etc.
» Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve :
is the place which inspired the world famous writer Rudyard Kipling to write
"The Jungle Book". Kanha National park is known to be the most
thickly populated tiger reserve in India. It is believed and found from
several surveys that it houses the largest number of tigers in India.
Located in thick forest belt of Madhya Pradesh, Kanha is the best place in
India to sight tigers in the wilds. Kanha houses 22 species of mammals and
200 species of birds. The core of the Kanha tiger reserve was created in
1974 under project tiger. In addition to the tigers, there are other
mammals, birds and reptiles which roam freely amidst the high concentration
of Sal and Bamboo forest, rolling grasslands, meandering stream, which
stretch to over the 940 km.
» Bandhavgarh National Park & Tiger Reserve :
Set amidst the wooded Vindhyan mountains is the thick forest belt of
Bandhavgarh National park and tiger reserve, which is another most well
known tiger home in the world. If you are here to track tigers, then
Bandhavgarh will never disappoint you for the large population of tiger it
shelters. The Bandhavgarh Tiger reserve is also home to several other wild
species apart form tigers and its other close relatives. This park also has
few other attractions, which are worth visiting.
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