A Peek into the 'Tiger State of India' this Tiger's Day!

On International Tiger Day, celebrated annually on July 29th, we come together to raise awareness about the conservation of this majestic and endangered species.
 
BHOPAL, India - Aug. 1, 2023 - PRLog -- On International Tiger Day, celebrated annually on July 29th, we come together to raise awareness about the conservation of this majestic and endangered species. This day serves as a reminder of the urgent need to protect and preserve the world's remaining tigers. Let us spotlight 'Tiger State of India' a region that has made significant strides in tiger conservation; Madhya Pradesh. Home to six tiger reserves, Madhya Pradesh is a haven for these magnificent creatures, and its conservation efforts have garnered global attention as MP is home to more than 10% of the world tiger population as per the tiger census 2018.

Madhya Pradesh's commitment to preserving its tiger population is evident in the latest tiger census. The state recorded a remarkable increase in number of visitors, a testament to the tireless efforts of the MP Tourism Board to promote the wildlife tourism on a national and international level. As of today, according to the data released on International Tiger Day on 29 July 2023, the number of tigers in Madhya Pradesh has increased from 526 to 785 in four years.

Let us explore the six tiger reserves in Madhya Pradesh, each offering a unique and captivating experience for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers:

Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve: With its dense forests and ancient fort, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve is not only a wildlife enthusiast's paradise but also a historical and cultural treasure. The reserve is known for its high tiger density and offers  the best chance statistically of spotting these elusive creatures. Apart from tigers, Bandhavgarh is home to leopards, deer, langurs, and over 250 species of birds.

Kanha Tiger Reserve & Pench Tiger Reserve: Known as the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book, Kanha and Pench are the most intriguing tiger reserves in the world.  Kanha is a lush and sprawling habitat spanning over 940 square kilometers. The reserve boasts a thriving tiger population and is also home to various other species, including leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, and the barasingha, an endangered species of deer however Pench is home to leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, and the Indian wolf.
Satpura Tiger Reserve: Satpura Tiger Reserve is a sprawling wilderness spread across the Satpura Range, characterized by rugged terrains, deep valleys, and stunning waterfalls. This reserve offers a unique experience with its options for safaris boat rides. Alongside tigers, Satpura is also home to leopards, Indian bison, sloth bears, and a rich variety of bird species.

To know more about Madhya Pradesh Tourism, visit: https://www.mptourism.com/

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