Kanha – The land of Saal and Tigers
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11M ago
Towering saal trees, pristine grasslands and meadows, breathtaking landscapes, and the presence of tigers in this unique ecosystem – Kanha is known for tiger sightings in their full glory and grandeur. One of Central India’s strongholds for tigers, the park is one of India’s most well-managed and regulated parks and is also home to the Indian leopard, wild dogs, Indian gaur, and sloth bear – some of the keystone species found in this forest.  Key facts about Kanha for planning your safaris:  The park is divided into 4 major zones and a few more tourism areas are available for safari ..read more
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Bandhavgarh – The Tiger Heartland of India
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by letsdowebsite
11M ago
Bandhavgarh is considered to be India’s central wildlife capital. Overlooking the Bandhavgarh fort, the park has had a rich history of iconic tigers like Charger, Sita and B2 and their lineage has spread widely across the park for its now thriving population of wild tigers. In addition to tigers, Bandhavgarh is also home to the leopard, Indian gaur, sloth bears and wild dogs – making it a forest with rich biodiversity.  Key factsheet for planning your Bandhavgarh safaris: The park is divided into 3 major tourism zone and a few zones in the buffer for safaris Wednesday afternoon is c ..read more
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Ranthambore – Where History Meets Natural History
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by letsdowebsite
11M ago
India is blessed with tiger reserves and the apex cat has been thriving in a multitude of Indian forested areas across the country. What makes Ranthambore special is that this is one of the few places on the planet where ancient history is now witness to natural history. Studded with ruins, monuments, a majestic fort, and some sparkling lakes and waterbodies, Ranthambore is an enigmatic forest in Rajasthan which has its own character and charm. With a rich historical lineage of tigers and tiger families who have topped the fame charts across the world because of their appearance in internation ..read more
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Tiger Photography in Bandhavgarh – Densest Population of Tigers in India!
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
Wildlife photographers rank Tadoba-Bandhavgarh-Kanha-Ranthambore as India’s top tiger reserves. The reserves are perfect places to film and shoot big cats in their natural habitat because they are rife there. Tiger Photography in Bandhavgarh is one of the most fruitful ways of getting amazing shots of the beautiful tigers in the Indian sub-continent. There’s a good reason why India’s wealthy have always favored this national park. One of the best spots to photograph Royal Bengal tigers is Bandhavgarh National Park, which is recognized as a tiger hotspot. A great variety of animals and birds ma ..read more
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The Ultimate Guide on Dhikala Photography Tour India
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
With its breathtaking landscapes and ample thrills and excitement for wildlife enthusiasts in the form of safaris and adventures, Jim Corbett National Park has made a name for itself in both the hearts of people and wildlife tourism. It has made a significant contribution to the expansion of wildlife tourism and the preservation of endangered species. Jim Corbett is one of India’s oldest National Parks and it came into existence on August 8th, 1936 The splendor will enchant you whether it’s the luxuriant forests, breathtaking grasslands, or the valleys of the Ramganga River. Tigers are common ..read more
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Top 4 Reasons to Visit Jim Corbett Dhikala
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
The Corbett Tiger Reserve, located in the Himalayan foothills of Uttarakhand, is a biodiversity hotspot. With more than 50 distinct animal species and 600 different bird species, this area is a photographer’s paradise. The park’s renowned herds of Asiatic elephants that venture into the Dhikala grasslands present an unrivalled photo opportunity. Anyone on a photography tour while in Corbett is certain to have an amazing time and leave with something. The best wildlife photography trips provide a superb opportunity to learn new concepts, grow in the fascinating field of wildlife photography, an ..read more
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The Advantages of Using a Tour Operator for Your Ranthambore Safari Trip
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
A lengthy trip supposedly starts with the first step. The journey, however, is not simple to imagine. The decision that needs to be made does not stop with the destination. The next step is to buy airline tickets, book lodging, figure out how to travel from the airport to the hotel, and then choose an itinerary, which may involve making fresh arrangements for lodging and transfers. Unless they choose to engage a tour operator, travelers must perform these actions on their own. In that instance, the tour operator will be responsible for the extensive list of duties listed above in order for the ..read more
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Capture the Wilderness of Ranthambore National Park with a Photography Tour
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
Attending a wildlife photography tour is a fantastic way to improve your photography skills while learning from a seasoned photographer in a place you’ve always wanted to go. Additionally, it’s a fantastic chance to meet others who share your interests and perhaps even establish lifelong friends. Ranthambore National Park is one such park in India that is well-known for wildlife photography. Visit this spectacular national park if you wish to catch a glimpse of the ambassadors of Indian wildlife i.e the Royal Bengal Tiger. Ranthambore National Park’s rough terrain and backdrops of historic bui ..read more
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Kaziranga Safari Booking Options to Lookout for Your Next Adventures
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by letsdowebsite
1y ago
India is home to a wide variety of exotic animals and lush environments. Whether you are in the east or west makes no difference. You’ll see amazing animals whether you’re in the north or the south. One of the most adventurous safari options in India is the exploration of Kaziranga National Park. For numerous reasons, Kaziranga National Park is regarded as a premier wildlife preserve. It is home to huge breeding populations of the One-horned rhinoceros, Asiatic elephants, wild water buffalo, and swamp deer in addition to having the greatest density of tigers among protected regions in the worl ..read more
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