There is nothing like the thrill of walking through the jungle
looking for a tiger and knowing they could be watching you already...

Ashlan Gorse Cousteau (American entertainment journalist and explorer)

Andhra Pradesh

Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam Tiger Reserve in Andhra Pradesh is the largest tiger reserve in India. The total area of the tiger reserve is 3,568 square kilometers.

Arunachal Pradesh

The evergreen rainforests of Eastern Himalayan region has been a big contributor in protecting several species of wildlife in Arunachal Pradesh. Namdapha Tiger Reserve is a prominent part of this rich heritage. It is also one of the popular wildlife destinations in North East India


Kaziranga, located on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra River in the far North East, in the Indian state of Assam, is a very different Tiger reserve. Its 430 square kms of swamps, sandy riverine islands and waves of tall elephant grass exist over over a flat and broad plain, interspersed with forests of moist


Bihar is developing India's biggest grassland of over 800 acres in its only tiger reserve in the state's northeast to provide a wildlife friendly environment for the big cats whose numbers have doubled


India holds over a large portion of the world's tiger populace and Chhattisgarh proudly holds three of the tiger reserves of the nation. Indravati National Park is the finest and most well known tiger reserve of Chhattisgarh


The Palamau Tiger Reserve was notified as one of India's first nine Tiger Reserves under Project Tiger in 1973. It is located in the western part of Chhotanagpur plateau


Karnataka has been declared as No.1 State in Tiger Population in the country. At present the Tiger population is estimated around 300.


Home to India's largest tiger reserve, the national parks of Kerala are rich with the exotic biodiversity of the Western Ghats. The Periyar National Park stands out the most, an integral part of Project Tiger.

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is the heritage heartland of India. The Central province of India, Madhya Pradesh is blessed by nature, encountered by wild animals.Madhya Pradesh, the land of diversity is one of the most exciting wildlife destinations in India. For avid nature lovers, there are 9 National Parks, 6 Tiger Reserves and 25 Wildlife Sanctuaries to quench the adventure thirst. The heart of India, Madhya Pradesh is a kaleidoscope of nature.


Maharashtra is widely known for densely populated wildlife compared to other states in India. Today, the state is also known internationally for its tiger reserves among the tourist destinations around the world


The Project Tiger initiative by the Indian government has helped in retaining the tiger popular in several places across the country. Dampha or Dampa Tiger Reserve is also one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in Mizoram


Buoyed by the relocation of villagers from the core area of the Satkosia Tiger Reserve (STR) and the presence of a healthy prey base, the Odisha Forest and Environment department has expressed its keenness to translocate tigers from Madhya Pradesh


Rajasthan is a state of the royals and it has numerous evidence of the royal culture in its rich heritage and society. Along with its cultural abundance, Rajasthan also has enough of wildlife beauty in it. The major attractions of the state are the wildlife sanctuaries and the national parks in Rajasthan


Major protected areas of Tamil Nadu include Biosphere reserves,National parks and Wildlife sanctuaries, Mudumalai National Park is the first Wildlife Sanctuary in South India.Tamil Nadu has 4 tiger reserves which are part of Project Tiger


Forest area of Telangana state comprises of approximately more than 25% of the state area. The Deccan Plateau where Telangana is located consists of open and thorny forests and also grasslands called 'Kanchas'

Uttar Pradesh

From dense forests and mosaic grasslands to muddy marshes, the topography of Dudhwa National Park, is as varied as the wildlife population it has. Being a tiger reserve since the year 1879, the region of Dudhwa became a popular National Park during 1977 and acquired the project Tiger during 1988.


Established in the year 1936 as Hailey National Park, Corbett has the glory of being India's oldest and most prestigious National Park. It is also being honored as the place where Project Tiger was first launched in 1973. This unique tiger territory is best known as the father who gave birth of the Project Tiger in India to protect the most endangered species and the Royal of India called Tigers

West Bengal

The two tiger reserves in West Bengal represent the best and the worst in the evaluation of Project Tiger

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