Seeing a tiger in India could be the highlight of a spectacular holiday.

India has some of the most spectacular jungle and wildlife in the world and people from all over flock to the country for experiences that are not possible in many other places.

Right at the top of the list is usually the chance to see tigers in their natural habitat.

The largest cat species in the world is incredibly endangered so seeing one is a moment that will forever be etched in the mind of the lucky tourist.

This has been made slightly easier recently as the Forest Development Corporation of Maharashtra (FDCM) has announced that it will run sanctuaries in Tadoba, Andhari, Pench, Nagzira and Bor.

It is hoped that tourism will be ecologically sustainable and benefit the tigers and local communities, as well as appealing to luxury visitors, families and students.

“The destinations were selected as these places already have infrastructure. Tents, huts, cottages, dormitories and nature interpretation centres exist here,” managing director of FDCM Prakash Thosre told the Times of India.

Written by Alex Cochrane

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