Nagpur connects many Tiger Reserves in India such as the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve Pench National Park, Nagzira-Navegaon Tiger Reserve, Melghat Tiger Reserve, Bor Tiger Reserve and Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary. Therefore, it is named the ‘Tiger Capital of India’. This is hardly intriguing since Maharashtra holds the 3rd highest place with respect to the population of tigers. Nagpur’s dense forest areas cover around a whopping 37,251 sq. km. The region is rich in wild fauna and flora. Innumerable foreign and domestic tourists throng the tiger reserves of Nagpur.