Perhaps now you are dreaming of seeing these animals in real life.
While the documentary highlights the bad sides of captive tiger welfare, there are a number of ethical wildlife organisations that care for tigers and other unique, exotic animals, where you can spot a tiger in real life.
Travel experiences provider The Travel Corporation and its non-profit environmental organisation TreadRight, have been working with animal rights and welfare organisations to source the best spots for you to catch a glimpse of one some incredible creatures.
If much like Joe Exotic’s infamous song, you too hope to “see a tiger” then the eight-day Essence of India with Ranthambore could be for you.
Travel provider Luxury Gold, which hosts the itinerary, describes it as the “quintessential Indian expedition.”
Over the course of the journey holidaymakers will take in some of India’s bustlings cities, renowned temples and exotic jungles.
However, it’s a stop off at the former royal hunting grounds of the maharajas of Jaipur that allows travellers to really get a look at tigers and their life in the wild.
The Bengal Tiger now roams freely through this land, and travellers will be treated to a special experience with visits at dusk and dawn guaranteeing a unique sighting.
Not only does the experience promise tigers, other wildlife inhabits the area too, including wild boar, monkeys, spotted deer and antelopes, as well as stunning scenery, including lakes, ruins of palaces, traditional Chhatri, and a majestic 1,000-year-old fort within the park.
Luxury Gold is currently taking bookings for late 2020 and 2021, for those keen to explore in the future.
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