Ranked: India's most popular tiger reserves — and the chances of spotting the majestic wild cat
- The best chance to spot a tiger is in Bandipur Tiger Reserve that constitutes one fourth tiger population in India.
- The tourist footfall in Nagarjunasagar Srisailam Tiger Reserve was 9,72,301.
Changing habitation, wildlife poaching, and other human activities have been too harsh to the tiger population around the world. In the past century, three out of every nine tiger subspecies became extinct.
India, which is home to more than half the population of tigers in the world has been working hard to conserve them. According to the government, their population increased from 2,226 in 2014 to 2,967 in 2018.
Those who want to spot a tiger, can try them at over 40 sanctuaries and tiger reserves in the country. It is the best bet for those who go in search of tigers.
Here are some best places in India where you are likely to spot tigers :