Welcome To Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve

Bundi’s Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary, adjacent to Ranthambore National Park, has now been given the status of the state’s fourth Tiger Reserve by the state government. Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary will now be called Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve. Earlier Ranthambore, Sariska and Mukandra Hills Tiger Reserves are the reserves for tigers in Rajasthan.

After getting permission from the National Tiger Conservation Authority, on Monday 16 May 2022, on behalf of the state government, the Secretary of the Ministry of Forest and Environment has signed and stamped it. Its gazette notification has been issued. In such a situation, now there are four tiger reserves in the Rajasthan. Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary has become the 52nd tiger reserve of the country and the fourth tiger reserve of the state.

Due to the increase in the population of tigers and the reduction of space in Ranthambore, now the mutual conflict of tigers will be curbed and the tigers will also get better habitat. With Ramgarh Vishdhari Sanctuary being a tiger reserve, there will be a seamless movement of tigers from Ranthambore to Mukundra.

Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve has become the fourth tiger reserve of the state. With this, it has become the second largest tiger reserve of the state in terms of area. Its approval was issued by NTCA in July 2021. After this, its proposals were made and sent to the state government. This proposal was sent in January. Since then the forest department, wildlife lovers and Bundi residents were waiting for its notification, which ended on Monday. 

Best Things to do in Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve

As mentioned earlier, there is no specific information available about the “Ramgarh Vishdhari Tiger Reserve” as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021. However, if we assume it to be a tiger reserve in Bundi, Rajasthan, here are some general activities that you might consider while visiting a tiger reserve:

  1. Tiger Safari: One of the main attractions of a tiger reserve is the opportunity to spot majestic tigers in their natural habitat. Take part in a tiger safari, either in an open jeep or on an elephant back, accompanied by experienced guides. Remember to follow the park rules and maintain a safe distance from the animals.

  2. Wildlife Spotting: Apart from tigers, tiger reserves are home to a wide variety of wildlife. Keep an eye out for other animals such as leopards, deer, monkeys, birds, and reptiles. Safaris and nature walks can provide excellent opportunities for wildlife spotting and photography.

  3. Birdwatching: Many tiger reserves are also known for their rich birdlife. Carry a pair of binoculars and explore the diverse avian species in the area. Look for colorful birds, both resident and migratory, and enjoy the serene surroundings.

  4. Nature Walks: Explore the wilderness on foot by taking guided nature walks. These walks allow you to observe the flora and fauna up close, learn about the ecosystem, and appreciate the natural beauty of the reserve. Follow the instructions of your guide to ensure safety.

  5. Conservation Education: Tiger reserves often have visitor centers or interpretation centers where you can learn about the conservation efforts, research, and initiatives undertaken to protect the wildlife and their habitat. Engage with the educational exhibits and presentations to deepen your understanding of the importance of tiger conservation.

  6. Photography: Tiger reserves offer fantastic opportunities for wildlife photography. Capture stunning shots of the animals, birds, and scenic landscapes. Remember to respect the animals’ space and follow ethical photography practices.

  7. Local Culture and Heritage: Explore the cultural aspects of the region surrounding the tiger reserve. Visit nearby villages, interact with local communities, and learn about their traditions, crafts, and way of life. This can provide a holistic experience during your visit.

It’s important to note that the specific activities and attractions in a tiger reserve can vary depending on the location and regulations of the reserve. To get the most accurate and up-to-date information, it is recommended to reach out to the local authorities, tourism offices, or the management of the specific tiger reserve you plan to visit.

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