Odisha to Launch World's First Black Tiger Safari

Calling all adventure seekers and wildlife enthusiasts! Get ready to witness the mesmerizing beauty of the world's first black tiger safari, coming soon to Odisha! This groundbreaking project promises a unique and unforgettable encounter with these rare and majestic creatures, found only in the lush jungles of this incredible Indian state.

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Black Tiger Img: The Indian Express

Imagine this:

  • Strolling through a sprawling 200-hectare expanse, nestled beside the majestic Similipal Tiger Reserve.

  • Gazing into the mesmerizing eyes of a pseudo-melanistic tiger, its stripes a captivating blend of deep black and tawny hues.

  • Feeling the thrill of being in close proximity to these apex predators, yet safely separated by a thoughtfully designed enclosure.

The Lure of the Black Tigers:

Odisha's Similipal Tiger Reserve is the sole known habitat for these enigmatic tigers. A unique genetic mutation gives them their striking appearance, with broader, darker stripes that seem to almost engulf their tawny coats. Witnessing these magnificent beasts in their natural habitat is an experience unlike any other.

Beyond the Sights:

The black tiger safari isn't just about the thrill of the encounter. It's a testament to Odisha's unwavering commitment to conservation and biodiversity preservation. The project aims to:

  • Raise awareness about the importance of protecting these rare tigers.

  • Provide a safe haven for surplus tigers from zoos and rescued/orphaned individuals unfit for release back into the wild.

  • Boost wildlife tourism in Odisha, attracting visitors from across the globe.

One thing's for sure: the black tiger safari is poised to become a landmark attraction in Odisha, drawing in visitors eager to experience the magic of these extraordinary creatures. So, pack your bags, dust off your binoculars, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of India!

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At a Glimpse:

  • Location: The safari will be located near the Similipal Tiger Reserve, in the Mayurbhanj district of Odisha.

  • Size: The proposed area is 200 hectares, with 100 hectares dedicated to showcasing the tigers and the remaining area for veterinary facilities, staff infrastructure, and visitor amenities.

  • Purpose: The safari aims to provide tourists with a unique opportunity to see black tigers while also contributing to conservation efforts and raising awareness about these endangered animals.

  • Current status: The project has received in-principle approval from the National Tiger Conservation Authority and is expected to be operational soon.

Get ready to be captivated by the allure of the black tiger. Odisha awaits!

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