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International Tiger Day

International Tiger Day

July 29th, 2021

The National Tiger Conservation Authority manages India's tiger reserves, which were established in 1973. They are managed by Project Tiger, which is administered by the National Tiger Conservation Authority. Tiger reserves have been designated in 50 protected areas through 2018.

80 percent of the world's tigers are found in India. The number of tigers climbed from 1,411 in 2006 to 1,706 in 2010, 2,226 in 2014, and 2,967 in 2018. According to the World Wildlife Fund and the Global Tiger Forum, global tiger populations increased from 3,159 in 2010 to 3,890 in 2016.


1. Kanha Tiger Reserve: The Kanha Tiger Reserve in Madhya Pradesh is regarded as one of India's best since it resembles Mowgli's home and is vast and beautiful. The Kanha tiger reserve, which covers 30,000 km2, is home to 500 tigers out of an estimated 6000 worldwide. The Barasingha deer is an endangered species that can only be found in this park, and it is considered the centre of some of the most delicate tiger habitats. If you go on a safari, you may see the grandeur and natural posture of numerous wild creatures such as porcupine, chinkara, chital, gaur, three-striped palm squirrel, common langur, jackal, wild pig, leopard, and more.

International Tiger Day

2. Bandipur Tiger Reserve: For those interested in wildlife, the Bandipur tiger reserve in Karnataka may be an excellent alternative. This tiger reserve is one of the greatest in South India, with deep woods that protect tigers in their natural environment. Furthermore, tigers are simple to notice due to their relatively huge population. Elephants, bison, antelopes, and lions reproduce and roam freely in their native habitat, making it a fascinating excursion for visitors from all over the world.

International Tiger Day

3. Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve: The Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve covers a large expanse of forest in the Vindhyan ranges. It is one of the two major mountain ranges in Central India, providing a habitat for all of the region's animals. Until Indian independence in 1968, the Maharaja of Rewa, who was also the monarch of the Baghelkhand region in Central India, kept Bandhavgarh forest as private property.

International Tiger Day

4. Corbett Tiger Reserve: Project Tiger began in the Dhikala zone of India's Corbett National Park, as part of the Corbett Tiger Reserve, in 1973. Staying in a Forest Rest House, going on a Dhikala Tour, going on a Jeep Safari, going on an Elephant Safari, going to the Jim Corbett Museum, and so on are all popular tourist destinations. Together with the Sonanadi wildlife sanctuary and reserve forest area, the 521-square-kilometer Corbett National Park forms the Corbett Tiger Reserve, which spans three Uttarakhand districts: Pauri, Nainital, and Almora.

International Tiger Day

5. Dudhwa Tiger Reserve: Under Project Tiger, the three Protected Areas were combined to form Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, which is the state's only sustainable home for the Royal Bengal Tiger. Dudhwa National Park, together with Kishanpur and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuaries, is the best natural forests and grasslands left in Uttar Pradesh's Terai area, located on the Indo-Nepal border in the district Lakhimpur-Kheri.

International Tiger Day

Mark these five destinations if you are a real tiger fan. It would not only make your trip exciting but thrilling too!