India Wildlife Tours offers Project Tiger,India Project Tiger,Project Tiger Tours,Tiger tours India,India Tiger Tour,Tiger Tour in India, tiger tours in India,Project Tiger in India,Project Tiger of India,Project Tiger Tours India,India Tiger,Tiger in India,Project Tiger Reserves,Tiger Reserve India, India Tiger Reserve, Project Tiger India, Save Tiger Project India, Tiger in India

Project Tiger


The Project Tiger was established with an initiative of the Government of India under the leadership of the then Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi in the year 1972. The idea was to save the alarmingly dwindling population of Panthera tigris or the tiger by establishing special reserves that offer a large enough natural habitat for the tiger and other wild life animals. Most of the national parks that come under the Project Tiger have a core area that is usually left undisturbed and a buffer zone that offers ample opportunities for wildlife safaris.

The first national park that was declared as a part of the Project Tiger was the Corbett National Park in Uttaranchal, India during the year 1973.

The main objectives of the ambitious project tiger were to create and maintain natural habitats that can effectively help to rehabilitate and conserve wildlife in India and to maintain a viable tiger population for scientific, ecological aesthetic and cultural values.

Initially there were 8 national parks that were declared as an integral part of the Project Tiger though today there are quite a few national parks in India that have been given the status of a Project tiger reserve.

During the first stage of implementation of the Project Tiger the conservationists concentrated on issues such as prevention of forest ecology disturbance, poaching, habitat destruction and other related problems. Entire villages were relocated so that the interests of the humans and animals would not clash. The core areas at the India national parks were developed as breeding zones and humans were kept away from this part of the forest.

The Project tiger has had a tumultuous history though a lot of good work has been done to preserve tigers. Still the Project Tiger is a continuous and on going struggle to save wild animals from poachers and vagaries of human beings.

India Wildlife Tours offers online information on the Project Tiger in India. For more details please enter your query in the form provided below.



Wildlife in India
Wildlife Tours in India National Parks in India Wildlife Resorts in India Wild Animals in India Wildlife Safari in India
The Wild Adventure
Lure of the Jungle
North East India Wildlife Tour
Wildlife Safari Tour in India
More Wildlife Tours ....
Corbett National Park
Ranthambore National Park
Kanha National Park
Periyar National Park
More National Park .....
Corbett National Park
Bharatpur
Periyar
Sawai Madhopur
More Wildlife Resorts ......
Royal Bengal Tiger
Great Indian Rhinoceros
Indian Elephant
Leopard
More Wild Animals ....
Wildlife Safari In Kerala
Wildlife Safari In Rajasthan
Safari In Corbett National Park
Wildlife Safari In Kaziranga National Park
Tour Packages in India
Special India Tour Packages India Culture Travel Packages India Adventure Tourism Packages India Nature Tourism India Architecture Tours
Golden Triangle Special Tour
Rajasthan Exclusive Tour
Golden Indian Visit Tour
Forts and Palaces Tour
More...
Medieval Heritage travel
Rejuvenation and Meditation Tours
North India plus Nepal travel
An Enchanted Realm Tours
More...
World Class Fishing
Angling and Rafting in Arunachal
Paragliding Tours
Annapurna Sanctuary Tours
More...
An Enchanted Realm
Nepal with Tibet
The Gujarati Sojourn
Beautiful nest and the backwater
More...
Splendid Gujarat
Rajput Heritage
The Gujarati Sojourn
Horse Safari - Southern Sojourn
More...

India Tour Destination Taj Mahal, Kerala, Kovalam, Backwaters in Kerala, Rajasthan, Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur
Palace on Wheels History and Significance, Coaches and Saloons, Facilities on Board, Destinations Coveredm, Travel Dates and Tariff
Wildlife Photo Gallery Ranthambore Photo Gallery Ecotourism in India Project Tiger