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.
Breathedreamgo has always focused on responsible travel, sustainable tourism options, authentic cultural experiences, supporting local communities, and practising cultural respect. We will continue to research and recommend places, destinations, accommodations that uphold the principles of Responsible Tourism.
When I was in Sawai Madophur to visit Ranthambhore national park and tiger reserve, my host Satish Jain of The Farm Villa, took me on a tour of the old city of Sawai Madophur — the city the tiger tourists never see — with a stop at his home village to meet his family.
A new book by Caryn G. FitzGerald, Living the Life of Your Dreams, profiles 30 people who are following their dreams, and one of them is travel blogger and writer Nora Dunn, The Professional Hobo.
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.
Backpacking is a great way for young people to see the world. But I don’t think immersing yourself in the backpacking culture, and sticking strictly to the backpacking routes and hangouts, is the best way to get to know a foreign culture.
One of BreatheDreamGo’s most popular posts: What is authentic travel in India? India is one of those places where the question of authentic, or “real” often comes up. For me, “authentic” travel is about engagement. The more deeply involved I am, the more “authentic” it is.
Experiencing the power of the Thar Desert I long wanted to go to Jaisalmer — a fairytale town built around…