December 5, 2023:  TOFTigers, in collaboration with the esteemed Sanctuary Nature Foundation, organized the 6th TOFTigers Wildlife Tourism Awards at Bikaner House, New Delhi. The awards ceremony, theme “Recognizing and Rewarding the Good Work,” served as a platform to honour outstanding contributions to sustainable and responsible tourism in the Indian subcontinent. The event brought together state tourism officials, businesses, service providers, photographers, community enterprises, wildlife enthusiasts that have demonstrated a profound commitment to conservation through exceptional wildlife tourism initiatives.

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Picture credit @Camilla Malvestiti

Project Tiger has 53 tiger reserves spread across every ecosystem in India: from Namdapha in the north-eastern Himalayas to Pakke and Nameri in the foothills; Danpa in the Mizo hills to Valmiki in Terai (Bihar). Now draw an imaginary line from Corbett in the north, through Kanha and Bandhavgarh and via Pench and Tadoba in central India to Nagarhole, Mudumalai and Bandipur in the south.

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Project Tiger has 53 tiger reserves spread across every ecosystem in India: from Namdapha in the north-eastern Himalayas to Pakke and Nameri in the foothills; Danpa in the Mizo hills to Valmiki in Terai (Bihar). Now draw an imaginary line from Corbett in the north, through Kanha and Bandhavgarh and via Pench and Tadoba in central India to Nagarhole, Mudumalai and Bandipur in the south.

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India is home to over 70% of the world’s tigers and Tiger signifies strength and power in Indian culture. The government of India has initiated various programs related to the conservation of the Tiger population.

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Relocation of a tiger from the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR) to the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) took place on Sunday aimed at increasing the tiger population in Sariska.

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Relocation of a tiger from the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve (RTR) to the Sariska Tiger Reserve (STR) took place on Sunday aimed at increasing the tiger population in Sariska.

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India’s 14 tiger reserves set global standard in tiger conservation Fourteen out of India’s 51 tiger reserves have received the Conservation Assured Tiger Standards (CATS) accreditation for meeting a set of standards for effective conservation of big cats, the Union […]

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Tiger reserves about to open again – but with strict new norms. By Meera Bhardwaj, Express News Service -BENGALURU: Tiger reserves may soon open for tourism as the national tiger authority has released a series of guidelines. Veterinary and wildlife […]

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Prey densities falling in Nepal’s wildlife areas Last year in September, Nepal grabbed global headlines for nearly doubling its tiger population in a decade, an achievement that also put Nepal ahead of the countries that had made a pledge to […]

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Don’t pose with tigers It’s very tempting in Thailand and South East Asia to take a selfie with a cute tamed tiger – but it is deadly – literally.  This is EIA’s view and it’s also TOFTigers view. Read the […]

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