India’s vast network of tiger reserves, national parks, and sacred places present a unique challenge to land base managers. As one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, India bears a global responsibility for retaining species in the face of mounting anthropogenic pressures.

Through our discussions with conservation researchers, forest and park managers, and experiences in these unique locations, we learn about the complexity of issues that face modern conservation efforts in India and some of the innovative approaches that are being taken.

Our tour includes visits to:

  • Rajaji National Park (Uttarakhand State, Northern India)
  • Periyar Tiger Reserve (Kerala State, Southern India)