The Tiger, an Indian national animal is the most respectful fauna. It has been reported that the tiger population increased in the recent times. Approximately 2500 tigers are counted presently. We shall register our heartfelt thanks to the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA).
We are going to see the top famous wildlife sanctuaries & Tiger reserves in India.
The Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh
It is the largest Tiger reserve in India which is located in the Umaria district, Madhya Pradesh. In the year 1986, the place was declared as a National park. One can easily spot tigers in the Tata Zone 1. Deer, Leopard, Wild dog, Indian bison, Monkeys, Chittal, Sambhar are also spotted in the reserve forest area. In between April and June, the tourists can spot the tigers here.
Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
Ranthambore is the most famous Tiger reserves in India along with a wide national park. It totally covers 1443 sq km. Sloth bear, hyenas, crocodiles, wild cats, jackals are the main species spotted here. Padam talao, Raj talao, and Milak talao are the three lakes situated inside the park. They are being used as a water source for the animals present in the Ranthambore National Park. In between April and may, tigers can be seen here.
Tadoba- Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra
In the list of the newest Tiger reserves in India, Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra stands first. The tiger reserve boosts the tiger population along with other wild animals. You can see around 200 species of birds that includes the hawk eagle, grey-headed fish eagle, and the crested serpent eagle. The summer months are the best time to spot tigers here.
Sundarbans National Park, West Bengal
It is the biggest mangrove forest in the world. The population of Royal Bengal tigers is the predominant feature of Sundarbans National Park. Leopards, Wild cats, chital are other animals found here. The landscape is the finest place to explore in the park. The Royal Bengal tigers are believed to be man-eating animals. Besides tigers, Saltwater crocodile, ganger river dolphin, the olive ridley turtle can be spotted here. In between November to February, you can spot the tigers here.
The Periyar National Park, Kerela
In Kerala, the Periyar National Park is the most famous one. The National Park’s enriched bio-diversity, its amazing scenic beauty allure many tourists here. You might see a huge number of Indian and foreign travelers in this national park. According to the statistics, the tiger population in recent times has reckoned a healthy growth here. Elephants are also being a major attraction in the Periyar national park, Kerala. Jungle cat, Sloth bear, Lion-tailed macaque, Indian Giant Squirrel, Sambar, Wild pig, Travancore flying squirrel, Nilgiri langur, Marten are housed here. October to June is the best season to spot the tigers here.
It is the duty of everyone to preserve the nature, wildlife and animals. Especially, the Tigers’ population has to be noted as a key point and based on the importance all the measures to be taken by the forest department, society and individuals.