Spurt in Tiger population – The best places to see tigers in the wild


Spurt in Tiger population

The population of Tigers has seen a spurt in India as per the recent census. There is an unmatched thrill in watching the wild cat stutter around in the wild. Also, watching the animal roam around in its natural habitat is a unique experience.

Here, in this article, we take a look at the places where you can have the best experience of watching the animal in its natural habitat.

Madhya Pradesh, India
India is home to around 70 per cent of the world’s wild tigers and there are around 50 tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh, and hence, it is known as India’s ‘Tiger State’. The state is also home to some of the country’s most accessible and best-managed reserves, including Kanha. Also, there is the National Park in Rajasthan and Corbett Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand – two places where spotting the tiger is extremely easy.

Bardia National Park, Nepal
Nepal has been one of the leaders in the world when it comes to putting into place concerted efforts of conserving tigers and this is now yielding dividends. Chitwan is the best known Tiger reserve and there is also the Bardia National Park, which also ranks as one of the best places to spot the tigers.

The Sundarbans, Bangladesh
The Sundarbans, which is in the middle of India and Bangladesh, is the home to the world’s largest mangrove forest. Also, it is home to more than 110 Bengal tigers; the swamps offer deep access and there is a great chance of spotting the tiger. Well, the swamps might be difficult to trudge but then the tiger roams around carefree in what it calls ‘home’.

Planning your next trip to the wild? Experience the unmatched thrill and share your adventure with us.

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