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Tiger Reserves in India: The Complete List

A complete list for tiger sighting in India

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India has 50 tiger reserves which are governed by Project Tiger and administrated by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA). India is home to 70 percent of tigers in the world.

In 2006, there were 1,411 tigers which increased to 1,706 in 2010 and 2,226 in 2014. The total number of wild tigers has risen to 3,890 in 2016 according to the World Wildlife Fund and the Global Tiger Forum.

Tiger Reserves in India
Periyar Tiger Reserves, Kerala

The complete list of tiger reserves in India:

Hint: You can click on the header to sort the list below

Tiger ReserveState
BandipurKarnataka
CorbettUttarakhand
KanhaMadhya Pradesh
ManasAssam
MelghatMaharashtra
PalamauJharkhand
RanthamboreRajasthan
SimilipalOdisha
SunderbansWest Bengal
PeriyarKerala
SariskaRajasthan
BuxaWest Bengal
IndravatiChhattisgarh
NamdaphaArunachal Pradesh
DudhwaUttar Pradesh
Kalakad-MundanthuraiTamil Nadu
ValmikiBihar
PenchMadhya Pradesh
Tadoba-AndhariMaharashtra
BandhavgarhMadhya Pradesh
PannaMadhya Pradesh
DampaMizoram
BhadraKarnataka
PenchMaharashtra
PakkeArunachal Pradesh
NameriAssam
SatpuraMadhya Pradesh
AnamalaiTamil Nadu
Udanti-SitanadiChhattisgarh
SatkosiaOdisha
KazirangaAssam
AchanakmarChhattisgarh
Dandeli-Anshi (Kali)Karnataka
Sanjay-DubriMadhya Pradesh
MudumalaiTamil Nadu
NagaraholeKarnataka
ParambikulamKerala
SahyadriMaharashtra
Biligiri Ranganatha TempleKarnataka
KawalTelangana
SathyamangalamTamil Nadu
Mukandra HillsRajasthan
Nawegaon-NagziraMaharashtra
Nagarjunsagar SrisailamAndhra Pradesh
AmrabadTelangana
PilibhitUttar Pradesh
BorMaharashtra
RajajiUttarakhand
OrangAssam
KamlangArunachal Pradesh

Source: Wikipedia

The in-principle approval has been accorded by the National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) for the creation of four new tiger reserves in India at Ratapani (MP), Sunabeda (Odisha), Guru Ghasidas (Chhattisgarh) and Orang (Assam).

How many Tiger Reserves have you visited? Do share your experience in the comments below.

Do not forget to check out A Naturalist and Wildlife Photographers guide to Tiger Spotting article.

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