Spotting the mighty predators taking a royal walk in the park is something that lures wildlife lovers from all corners of the world. In India, there are almost 53 tiger reserves that are governed by Project Tiger, an initiative by the National Tiger Conservation Authority. As per the survey in 2010, the population of the adult tigers in India was recorded to be 1706, by the National Tiger Assessment. Among the 53 reserves, Sunderbans Tiger Reserve (West Bengal) has the highest population of the Tigers that has been recorded to be 256. Thus, the opportunity to spot the royal predators becomes very much possible.