See—and Save—Bengal Tigers in India
By Peter Davis Krahenbuhl
Did you ever stop to wonder why some of the world’s most majestic animals are often also the most threatened species on Earth? The answer shouldn’t be shocking. The fact is that many of our most adored creatures also happen to be keystone species, meaning that they play a unique and crucial role in the way an ecosystem as
Tigers are currently considered endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and are under threat from poaching, human-wildlife conflict
The majestic Bengal tiger still exists in isolated populations throughout India, as well as in small pockets in Indonesia, Thailand
India—The World’s Greatest Tiger Destination
Ecotourism is integral to tiger conservation in India, and by traveling to India, you can directly benefit the continued existence of tigers and other precious vanishing species.
The Indian subcontinent is one of the world’s most stimulating travel destinations. While its mélange of human cultures has long drawn the attention of global travelers, its spectrum of wild habitats rich with exotic animals offers rare treasures for those who are passionate about nature, particularly if you are interested in seeing one of the world’s most exotic and endangered kings of the animal kingdom—the Bengal tiger!
Once you get away from the hustle and bustle of India’s cities, you’ll experience a much more pristine and natural realm, an untamed landscape of powerful rivers, fabled jungles and intriguing wildlife. This wild side of India is the native territory of the majestic.
Are you ready to get your own incredible photographs of wild tigers roaming through their natural habitat in India’s National Parks? Join Nat Hab for a safari with India’s tigers and other magnificent wildlife—while supporting the survival of these precious animals in tandem with World Wildlife Fund.
Ending Tiger Portrait: Mary Jo Cox