NTCA directs field directors of all 51 tiger reserves in India to ban tourist activities in core areaswho don’t have TCP

 Saturday, March 5, 2022 


The National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) has directed field directors of all 51 tiger reserves in the country to sanction tourist activities in core areas that do not have an official tiger conservation plan (TCP) in place.

There are around a dozen tiger reserves in Indiary that are yet to get their TCPs approved. Among them are Rajaji Tiger Reserve and newly added parts of Corbett Tiger Reserve.

NTCA authorities said that the move aims to “improve” and “regulate” management of tiger reserves across India, “especially because of increasing pressure by the tourism lobby”.

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