This member of the cat family is magnificent amongst all. The India tigers, Panthera tigris tigris, popularly called Bengal tigers. Their aura is majestic of all of the tigers and hence they are called The Royal Bengal Tigers. Like elsewhere in the world tigers are protected species in the India. India has many tiger reserves for the protection of tigers, providing them the natural habitat. Despite the fact that, tiger skin is not fashionable, but the unlawful smuggling of tiger fur and coats are not tricky for the ruthless predators. Even after the government limitations, and projects, tiger poaching continues. Confining them to reservations means they may be closely followed and researched and, as such, appropriate steps can be taken to ensure the survival of a few of the world’s most beautiful big cats.
Efforts are still made for the Protection of the enormous yet magnificent creatures. Some examples can be found at the national parks and tiger reserves, particularly one located in the Himalayan valley and the Sunderbans. The dense forests of Bandhavgarh national park is begird with cliffs and wooded Vindhyan Mountains. It is plain is covered with dense and various kinds of grasses. The area provides its own climate, air, water and nutrition to each and every organism of the place through its recycling methods. Other include India’s first and finest national park, The Jim Corbett along the banks of Ganges River and in the foothills of Himalaya. The Kanha National Park, where the famous wild hideout is right away taken in the famous Jungle Book. Going towards the west we find Ranthambore National parks, in the large thorny scrubs on Rajasthan. This condition is due to the tiger killing as tigers are of great medicinal properties that are the reason why tiger grade is quite important.
In 19th century an estimate of 45,000 tigers in India was created. From the east and in the midst of biggest Estuarian delta of world we experience adventure, The Sunderbans, where ever you go you will sense the excitement, watching these Royal Organisms. From Delhi you can have a trip to Agra and marvel at the glory that is the Taj Mahal. Definitely best seen at sunrise, this exquisite Moghul heritage deserves its place among the Seven Wonders of the World. On to Rajasthan, with its colorful streets, wandering camels and expansive fortresses, to see Udaipur, Jaipur and Jaisalmer. Rajasthan is also home to Bharatpur, one of northern India’s greatest wetland bird sanctuaries. India has much to offer in terms of history, culture and, of course, wildlife by extending your tiger tours and incorporating various other excursions into your vacation you may make the adventure of a lifetime.