This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Wildlife Tourism IndiaPhoto essay & love letter to Kanha National Park, India. Yes, it’s a great place to spot a tiger … and there’s so much more wildlife & natural beauty.
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Big changes are coming to Breathedreamgo in 2017. A new design, a focus on responsible travel, and 3 new tours to India, including tiger safaris & star gazing!
This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Wildlife Tourism IndiaPugdundee Safaris lodges are the perfect base for tiger safaris in central India. They offer great service, fine dining, luxury accommodation & adventure.
On the Exodus Travels Land of the Tiger tour we explored 3 of India’s top tiger reserves. And with more than 7 tiger sightings, it lived up to its name!
Are you considering a small group tour? This post is for you. The top 8 things I learned on the Exodus Travels Land of the Tiger tour in India.
The lush jungles and tiger parks of Madhya Pradesh, India provided the inspiration and setting for The Jungle Book new live-action movie.
Reasons to visit lovely Kumaon include the soaring peaks of the Himalayas, a charming Raj-era hill station, the legend of Jim Corbett and idyllic villages.
The Supreme Court in India ordered a ban on tourism in core zones of more than 40 tiger reserves. I asked two experts to find out the real story, and whether banning tourism will really help.
Ranthambhore National Park is one of India’s most famous tiger reserves. I visited it in 2011 and interviewed the director of Tiger Watch. Here’s my take on the park, the situation facing the big cat in India and what it’s like to go on a tiger safari.
I stayed at The Farm Villa in Sawai Madhopur near Ranthambhore national park and tiger reserve. It was peaceful, authentic, friendly, clean and a unique option.
I arrived in India for the fifth time, and found a newly refurbished Delhi: a new airport, an impressive metro and a sparkling white Connaught Place.
The Year of the Tiger is over, but the crisis facing tigers worldwide, and especially in India, is not. These magnificent creatures could be extinct in the wild in as little as 5 years. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to help.