national park


    Wildlife Safari (Video)- Rajasthan (Jhalana Leopard Sanctuary & Ranthambore Tiger Reserve)

    Dear all, Very happy to share the highlight reel of our Wild Rajasthan experience in October. Do subscribe to the channel if you'd like to see more on India's wildlife and drop in your comments and feedback as well :)

    Highlight reel of our Ranthambore National Park experience

    Hi guys, My first post here. Please find below the highlight reel of our maiden expedition to the world-famous Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan.
  3. 2himanshu

    Bike Ride to Kanha NP On RE Thunderbird 350, KTM RC390 & a couple of Bajaj Avenger motorbikes

    Hi guys this is my first thread on the forum. This is a videologue cum travelogue. Hope you will enjoy the ride. We are more of cyclists than bikers, but the itch was there and we prepared to go to Kanha National Park, MP. At Nagpur Byepass: This was a quick three day trip which included...
  4. Shantanu Roy

    From the Land of Corbett

    “The book of nature has no beginning, as it has no end. Open this book where you will, and at any period of your life, and if you have the desire to acquire knowledge you will find it of intense interest, and no matter how long or how intently you study the pages, your interest will not flag...
  5. Nilanjan Ray

    Dudhwa National Park: A Short Photologue

    Dudhwa. The land of grasslands, swamps and tall sal trees. Renowned for its rich fauna, including swamp deer, Indian rhinos and huge tigers. And for the conservation efforts of Billy Arjan Singh, who was somewhat of a tiger himself. Frederick Walter Champion, the pioneer of wildlife photography...
  6. Shantanu Roy

    Your suggestions for first timers in Forests/ National Parks

    Dear All I have been fortunate enough to visit some great National Parks/Wildlife Sanctuaries/Tiger reserves of our country for the last few years. And always been mesmerized by the beauty of nature with occasional blessings in the form of sighting of fauna (that includes insects, to Big Cats...