Tiger Safaris Ban in Core Area

  • Supreme Court of India bans tiger safaris within core area of Jim Corbett National Park.
  • Decision made due to tree felling in protected forest for safari expansion.
  • Safaris allowed only in peripheral and buffer zones surrounding the park.
  • Court emphasized eco-centric approach and precautionary principles for environmental protection.
  • Ban affects only Pakhro range of Jim Corbett, other core zones remain open to tourists.
  • Court disagreed with NTCA guidelines on sourcing tigers for ....
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