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Experience serenity in the smallest tiger reserve of India

In India, when we talk about wildlife, places like Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, Bandipur, Tadoba, Corbett and few others spring up to the mind. These places are really amazing locations to spend time with nature and wildlife and are blessed with varying habitats, flora and fauna adding a unique charm to every forest in their own way. Over a period time these places have become quite commercialized and are major contributors to the wildlife or eco-tourism industry. Located right

In search of Tranquility amidst a raging fire

The year 2020 has been quite a different year for all of us. Challenging for many, opportunistic for some, a retrospective for a few others. Perhaps the most affected industry during the year has been the travel and hospitality industry with crores of people forced to stay indoors, avoiding venturing out of their homes and minimal face to face interactions. For many like me, a passionate traveler, being stayed put at one place is mentally quite stressful. In fact, before the

Rajasthan – The land of grand palaces, desert and wildlife

India is a country of rich diversity and every state has its own unique charm and beauty. The State of Rajasthan is best explored during the winter months from November to early February. The Summer months are extremely hot to enjoy the beauty of this land. Having been on my travel bucket list for long, I decided to visit Rajasthan during the Christmas- New Year break of 2018. It wasn’t the first choice for the vacation though. I and few of my friends had initially planned to

Photography tour to the Land of Tigers – Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve (TATR)

The Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve located in Chandrapur district, Maharashtra, India is Maharashtra’s oldest and largest national park. The Reserve is home to around 65-70 tigers today spread across the forest area of 625 Sq. Kms. Apart from the Bengal Tiger, the reserve is also home to other mammals such as leopards, sloth bears, gaur, nilgai, dhole, striped hyena, small Indian civet, jungle cats, sambar, barking deer and chital. The core area of the reserve is divided into 3

Bor Wildlife Sanctuary and Pench Tiger Reserve (Maharashtra) – Photo Blog

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Uttarakhand Travelogue

It’s been a long time since my last blog. That doesn’t necessarily mean that there were no trips and outings done this year. There were many weekend trips to Pune, Pondicherry, Masinagudi, Sakleshpur, Mangalore as well as a bachelor party celebrated in Goa. Since all these places have been visited before and have been written about elsewhere on this site, I choose not to write about the same locations again. Coming to this year’s annual vacation, the destination decided was t

Thai Extravaganza

Thai Extravaganza – a perfect way to celebrate my birthday in the last year of the twenty’s! A friend’s dream told by him on my birthday in 2011 fulfilled in 2015!! Year 2011 – It was yet another birthday celebration in 2011, when we – a group of 4 close friends, headed out to the famous Skandagiri night trekking, situated about 60 Km from Bangalore. It was during this trek, that one of my friend in the group told that his dream was to visit Thailand before we all got hitched

Weekend Getaway to Bandipur

Bandipur – A first trip with friends from my workplace where I have been working for past 2 years!! Well that’s quite surprising to myself as to how and why it had taken such a long time to hangout with colleagues on a trip. I am quite sure though that this is just the beginning and there are many more trips awaiting with these wonderful colleagues. Nevertheless, the first trip was planned as always without any much thoughts. We all just wanted to hangout out somewhere for th

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