Indian Tiger Tour, Tiger Tour India, Luxury Tiger Tour

Tiger Tour India

Tiger Tour india

We as Tiger Tour based on Pilibhit,the path of Himalayas, we are trying to greet you for fullfill your desire.

“The tiger is the symbol of power, unbridled, elemental…. And he lives alone, unblemished, unmarred. The more you know about him, the more he gets into your imagination.”

The Tiger is the National animal of India, and ideally India has the highest number of wild tigers in the world.
Indian Tigers in the Indian Wildlife is one of the world’s most beautiful animals, faces extinction today. In this century alone, three sub species of tigers have been driven to extinction. Current estimates put at least one Tiger is poached everyday in the wild. There are only 50 Siberian tigers left. (only 20 of them in the wild). The primary threat to the tiger is the poaching of it’s bones for Chinese medicines. Increasing population and economic development is also forcing it’s way into Tiger habitat all over the world.

There are not many tigers left in India, perhaps 4,000, although many conservationists affirm that their numbers may be less than 3,000, due to recently increased poaching. This is still a rise over the situation in 1973, when Project Tiger was started. At that time, the population was down to 1,800 animals.And now there are only 1411 tigers left in India.

Indian Tiger Tour

Indian Tiger Tour

“Do not cut down the forest with its tigers and do not banish the tigers from the forest. The tiger perishes without the forest, and the forest perishes without its tigers. Therefore the tiger should stand guard over the forest and the forest should protect all its tigers”. 

Indian tigers are scattered across the country, and though some national parks have plenty of tigers (the Sunderbans has an estimated population of 200, and Kanha has 102), it’s notoriously difficult to catch a glimpse of these solitary, nocturnal animals. Only a few parks offer a realistic chance of seeing tigers, either because park officials track the tigers daily, or because some tigers have become habituated to tourists in 4-wheel drives.

Genuine wisdom seems to be that three parks provide the best chance of seeing tigers: Corbett (in the Himalayan foothills of Uttaranchal), Kanha (in Madhya Pradesh state) and Ranthambhore (in Rajasthan). I did not meet a single tourist who had seen wild tigers in India outside these three parks.

Tiger Tour Operator

Tiger Tour Operator

In India the Tiger Reserves are called Tiger Parks and they are all related through a massive conservation effort called ‘Project Tiger’. India has a number of Tiger Parks but five of them are the most exciting destinations, and probably the most well known.

 

These five Tiger Parks are :
Jim Corbett National Park
Dudhwa National Park
Pilibhit National Park
Rajaji National Park
Ranthambore National Park
Bandhavgarh National Park
Kanha National Park

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