International World Tiger Day Proves Wildlife Tourism Increased In India

The International World Tiger Day is the best occasion for finding out the improvement of wildlife tourism with the latest trends. More number of visitors are interested to have a beautiful look in the Dudhwa National Park and Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary present close to the Bahraich and the place has been started to emerge with the classic tourist destination.

LUCKNOW: The latest tiger census has revealed this year January that India has a wide big cat population that has improved in number from 1704 to 2226. With the fantastic number of increased tigers in India, there are many tourism all over the tiger reserves in the country are improved. The International World Tiger Day makes sure that the wildlife tourism in India is greatly increased with many people interested in it. The Dudhwa National Park shows the biggest light for the tourism states “FROM CORBETT TO RANTHAMBORE, Sanjay Singh, Director. He also states that there are 25,000 visitors in the season that is increased nearly 20% when compared to the last season. There are also many visitors from all over the country are visiting the national park for tiger sighting, elephant safari, bird watching and gaining knowledge about wildlife in India.