Monthly Archives: December 2012

What to Do and What to Avoid on A Safari

The season has started and I am sure many of you have planned a safari trip on this coming New Year. Some of you might have booked a wildlife tour package. I thought I should give you some Do’s and … Continue reading

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Territorial Fight Between B2 and Kalwa in Bandhavgarh

Tiger is a reserve animal and is famous for its solitary lifestyle. A tiger is so fond of its solitude that it establishes and maintains a range. A range, which can be called its kingdom, can cover an area as … Continue reading

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The Big 3 Cats of Indian Jungles

I have been to a thousand jungle expeditions and wildlife tours; I have escorted thousands of people to the safari. People have different objectives and expectations with a single similarity which I have found regardless of the duration of stay, … Continue reading

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Whatever you do, just don’t run!

I know I have copied the exact title of Peter Allison’s book. But since this post is about his book only, I couldn’t find a better and more apt title than what I have already used. It is not every day you … Continue reading

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Assimilating Wild India…

We have been indulged in Indian wildlife tours for more than a decade now. We have seen it all and we have done it all. From the meadows of Kanha to the adventurous Corbett, from the glorious Ranthambore to the astounding … Continue reading

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