"Quick Facts about Wildlife Tourism in Uttarakhand"
|No of National Parks||12|
|No of Tiger Reserve||3|
|No of Wildlife Sanctuaries||15|
|Forest Area||53,483 km2 (20,650 sq mi)|
|Protected Forest Area||69.86%|
- The oldest National Park in India, Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936 as Hailey National Park and is home to the critically endangered species of the Royal Bengal Tiger
- Uttarakhand has a highly varied topography, with snow-covered peaks, glaciers, deep canyons, roaring streams, beautiful lakes, and a few patches of dusty plains in the south. Some of the highest mountains in the world are found in Uttarakhand.
Tiger Reserve and sanctuaries in Uttarakhand
The best way to explore the Uttarakhand are wildlife spotting beautiful nature make up for ideal holiday destinations and valley flower national park, lake and more.
|Jim Corbett Tiger Reserve||Nainital District, Ramnagar|
|Kalagarh Tiger Reserve||Division Lansdowne, Dugadda Range, Pauri Garhwal|
|Rajaji Tiger Reserve||Near Cheela Dam, Haridwar to Rishikesh Road Cheela Colony, Haridwar|
|Sitabani Wildlife Reserve||Abhishek Ray, Village Maujli, PO Amgarhi, District Nainital, Ramnagar|
|Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary||Nandhaur Range|
|Nanda Devi National Park||Joshimath|