In order to generate revenue and enhance the tourism industry the tiger reserves organize tiger safaris in India. Tiger tourism though popular is much regulated so that no disturbance is caused to the wild animals in the parks.
There are more than 50 tiger reserves but few parks are famous for tiger safari in the country. For overseas visitors and some domestic tourists tour operators organize travel to the reserves. Most of these reserves are also notified as National Parks and are under the jurisdiction of State Governments and NTCA.
It's interesting how calmly the tiger sentient strolls in front of his four-jeep audience in the first in-text image.
Would the tour drivers and the tour participants be making no noise other than that of their cameras or would they be speaking in whispers?
It would be difficult to suppress a "Wow! What a view!" with the sentient animals and plants that your images present ;-D.