Q.1 Which is the best Tiger safari in India?
There are 51 tiger reserves in India, preserving more than 4000 tigers altogether. Among these Tiger parks, Ranthambore National Park is considered to provide the best Tiger safari experience to its guests. The beautiful landscape, luxurious stay, easily accessible location and high chances to spot the tiger are the main reasons for such popularity.
Q.2 Which national park in India has the highest number of tigers?
With 215 tigers in Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand, and 125 in Kanha and Bandipur National Park, Madhya Pradesh, the highest number of tigers can be seen in these two national Parks. Ranthambore National Park has 63 tigers, and Bandhavgarh National Park has 50 tigers.
Q.3 Which is the smallest national park in India?
Hemis National Park in the eastern part of the Ladakh region was considered the smallest National park in India. But after acquiring the neighbouring jungles, this park is now spread over more than 4000 square km. Meanwhile, Sariska National Park in the Aravali ranges of Rajasthan is the smallest national park, stretching within 900 square km.
Q.4 Which is the biggest national park in India?
Hemis National Park on the eastern side of the Ladakh region is the largest National Park in Asia and is popular to spot White tigers in the jungle. The area covered by Hemis National Park is around 4400sq.km, Khangchendzonga National Park is spread over 1784 sq. km, and Jim Corbett National Park is stretched in 1318 sq. km.
Q.5 Which animals are naturally found in India?
Tiger, Indian bison, sloth, peacock, elephant, sambar deer, mouse deer, Blackbuck elephants, hyenas, monkeys, Leopard, Chital, striped hyena, Indian fox, golden jackal, jungle cat, Bengal tiger, grey langurs, Indian giant squirrel, gaur, leopard,, honey buzzard, red-headed vulture, hare, gerbil, field mice, mongoose and hedgehog, are few commonly and naturally found animals in the jungles of India.
Q.6 Where are most tigers found in India?
Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka are two popular states of India that have the maximum number of Tiger reserves. Ranthambore National Park (Rajasthan), Bandhavgarh National Park(Madhya Pradesh), Jim Corbett National Park (Uttrakhand), Kanha National Park (Madhya Pradesh), Pench National Park (Maharashtra), Nagarhole(Karnataka) are some National park where tigers are mostly found in India.
Q.7 Which is the biggest tiger reserve in India?
Nagarjunsagar-Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh, India, has 3728 sq. Km developed under Tiger Reserve, making it the biggest Tiger Reserve in India. There are only 54 tigers in this vast region, making chances to spot the tiger meagre.
Q.8 Which is the smallest tiger reserve in India?
Bor Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra is spread over 138 sq. km. The unpopular Tiger Reserve, surrounded by Pench and Tadoba Tiger Reserve, has only 5 tigers in the spread.
Q.9 Which is the first national park in India?
Situated in the Nainital district of India, Jim Corbett National Park is the first National Park in India, established in 1936. After 1973-1974, when the tiger project was initiated, many other popular tiger reserves like Ranthambore, Kanha, and Bandipur came into existence to save the endangered species, the Tiger.
Q.10 What is Project Tiger in India?
The hunting for amusement took away the lives of tigers in large numbers. The alarming situation of extinction was identified by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in her tenure in 1973. To protect the national animal, Project Tiger came into existence during this time, supported by the Government of India.