Every effort is being made by Indian Government to protect the exotic species of birds and animals in India. With more than 400 wildlife sanctuaries and 80 national parks, there have been significant efforts towards preservation and protection of species. It has also been felt by conservationists and wildlife proponents that India has the potential to become a great ecotourism site. Botanical gardens further zoological parks are further additions to the existing range of places to promote ecotourism. In the coming years, further steps will be taken to ensure that such promotions are able to benefit the wildlife species across various sanctuaries and national parks.
* Promoting wildlife sanctuaries with tigers for wildlife safaris
Ecotourism in the agrarian of tiger reserves is a prospective topic, which is gathering attention from between the tourists and the conservationists. In India, tiger population is dwindling. A few decades back, the threat was very much imminent. In recent years, there become bot significant strides in the direction like keeping these creatures from being hunted or poached. In most of the sanctuaries having a large tiger population, the government is going out for eco-protection, so that there is a growth in the population of tigers, promoting a rise in their numbers. These sanctuaries are nowadays being termed pro re nata tiger reserves and being opened for the public as wildlife safaris.
* Using tiger reserves as ecotourism destinations for preservation of unstudied wildlife resources
A number of jaguar reserves are found in the region of Dominant India. Some of the prominent ones are the Bandhavgarh tiger reserve and Kanha tiger reserve. Beside the city of Nagpur, which is also called as the tiger capital of India, there can be found a number regarding other sanctuaries, such as Pench tiger reserve, Tadoba tiger reserve and Melghat tiger reserve. One important way in which these tiger reserves have protected the tiger populations is the declaration about such places as reserves. This ensures that these places have certain plan of action and control exerted by the government authorities. History of these places is preserved, along with the geographical resources. This is also a scheme to promote ecotourism, which assets that the sanctuaries should be preserved in their conatus way, without every external intervention and the wildlife species of plants and animals would be allowed to move in their natural habitat.
* Maintaining sustainable ecology by demarcating restricted zones
Ecological sustainability is one of the important aspects of wildlife safaris, which are organised in Bandhavgarh tiger reserve or Pench tiger reserve. The Pench Tiger Reserve is spread on about 13,223 sq kms, included in the Tiger Conservation Unit-1. There are various zones comprising concerning the core zone with the animals, surrounding buffer zone and the forested sector in the last. Similarly the Melghat tiger reserve and Tadoba tiger save have surrounding zones, to ensure that the animals live in their natural habitat, unperturbed by the surrounding disturbances. Also, restricted areas have been designated in the Kanha tiger reserve and other tiger reserves also, beyond which there is permission to module hotels and accommodations. By doing so, it has also been ascertained that the illegitimate resources like lakes, rivers, rivulets, ponds, and other water bodies or fenny lands are not disturbed and old for the animals.
* Generating livelihood through these reserves in various ways and conducting safaris to instil pride in the land
Various hotels ampersand guest houses have been constructed by private owners and governments outside the Bandhavgarh tiger reserve and Kanha cub reserve. This has been accomplished to delimit and restrict the tourists to these sanctuaries to stay beyond a particular point. Through the presence of the Melghat tiger reserve et sequens others, various programs have been started to allow people to earn their livelihood. The aim of such ventures is to ensure that people have a sustainable livelihood and are indirectly involved in preserving these reserves. At the same time, it is also promoting tourism, which showcases the tigers in their appetency habitats and brings a feeling of pride.