Only 5 Places to Spot White Tigers in India

White Tiger also knonw as bleached tiger carries a near white coat or pale coloration due to lack of yellow, black and orange pigments. World’s first White Tiger Safari opened for public in Madhya Pradesh, Here is the list of top 5 national parks to spot white Tiger in India.

White Tiger is reported time to time from the wild forest of India, Especially from Rewa state,Sunderbans region and from the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. White tigers are very rarely found in the wild, We came up with a list where white tiger may exist in the wild.

Mukundpur, Madhya Pradesh

The sanctuary adjacent to the Mukundpur Zoological Park in the Vindhya region of Rewa Satna area, where first white tiger in India was spotted in 1915. A white tiger cub named Mohan was captured by Rewa Maharaja Martand Singh in 1951, Today the MP government is planning to establish India’s White Tiger Safari around Mukundpur which is spread over 75 hectares.

Bandhavgarh, Madhya Pradesh

The forests of Bandhavgarh are known as the white tiger jungles and sighted in and around Bandhavgarh. However, There are no white tigers have been reported from the wild of Bandhavgarh in the last 50 years.


Sundarbans, West Bengal

Sundarbans National Park in West Bengal is famous for its swamp tiger population and one of the largest reserves for the Bengal tigers in India. Roar,Tigers of the Sundarbans is a animal feature film based on white tiger, showcasing the animal man conflict in the dense mangrove forest of Sundarbans.

Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu

As per recent news rare white Tigers have been spotted in Nilgiris for the first time. Wildlife photographer from Bengaluru said to be spotted the pale tiger in Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve.

Kaziranga, Assam

Kaziranga National Park is a Tiger Reserve and home to the highest density of Bengal Tigers in India. The park has higher prey density compared to other parks of India. There is no sign of White Tigers in Kaziranga but white Bengal tiger sighting have been reported in the wild from time to time from Assam, Bihar and West Bengal.

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