Your MP Wildlife Safari Is Just One Call And Click Away..!!!

All wildlife safaris in MP are set to resume from September. Isn’t that great news? Madhya Pradesh has numerous national parks and reserves, that beckon the wild at heart. Bandhavgarh, Kanha, and Pench, are a few of the most prominent places worth mention. It is great news for the tourism sector, too. All safaris can be accessed for booking on the Wildlife Safari Reservation portal. The authorities have opened bookings from 21st September 2021. Listen to wild roars and the chirping of birds, in the silence of the jungles.

Madhya Pradesh is one of the top go-to places for wildlife enthusiasts. Nature lovers and photographers head there on various occasions. Moreover, it is one of the biodiversity hotspots. There are plateaus, ravines, ridges, valleys, and flat plains as well. The state has the largest concentration of flora and fauna. It is also quite famous as the ‘Land of Tigers’. Don’t forget to carry your camera there. Before, you start making plans, do read the revised permit fee structure.

From Monday to Friday, the permit fee is now Rs 2,400. Premium permits cost Rs 3,000. Saturdays, Sundays and five days of the new year are considered premium days. If you want to enquire, then you should always call on the helpline numbers. It will help you to make that perfect plan. There is a word of caution here. You should note that all national parks and reserves are closed during monsoons. Stay in some of the best wildlife resorts in MP. Pre-booking is a must. Additionally, you should also note, that night safaris have also started. Check the timings for various parks. The safaris start from 5.30 pm onwards. Get the opportunity to see the animals in the nocturnal habitat.  If you are a nature lover, or a wildlife enthusiast, a visit to MP is a must today.

Done Jungle Safari as a BLIND person!

Done Jungle Safari as a BLIND person! Please read below about the experience and what did I learn-

It was a chilly winter morning in Bandhavgarh tiger reserve, MP, India and it had been drizzling all night. unfortunately the gypsy started off from resort with a hood (raincover) and the drizzle got converted into heavy downpour by the time we could reach the forest entry gate…I was sitting in the middle seat of a gypsy which is totally covered from all sides…it was dark inside and the attitude of rain assured that it’s not going to recede soon…My free soul was feeling caged in darkness of that gypsy and the reality of not being able to see anything around in-spite of being in forest shook me a bit! It was first time ever that I was feeling caged & blinded in the place that I love the most – Forest!

Before I surrender to the negativity around, suddenly a random thought popped up in my head – How would the forest feel to a blind personal? Can he or she also enjoy the jungle safari?

Now I was charged and thrilled to try this new experience. I immediately pulled my winter cap down…covered the eyes and my blind safari in Bandhavgarh national park started off…

Out of 5 prime senses 02 of my senses – Vision and Taste was cut off! The safari started with only one dominant sense – Sound! I started focusing on every possible sound that my ears could hear and brain could analyze in that moving gypsy. Struggled a lot initially…got confused between different sounds many a times but as time passed the focus and determination both improved and I could hear and analyse multiple sounds at a time.

After about half an hour the second sense suddenly got triggered when the gypsy was passing through a patch of soft sandy soil (I could guess that out from the typical sound that gypsy tyre made whenever it passed through a soft sandy soil). It was the sense of Smell. Smell of soil after it has been sprinkled by rain drops. Wow! What an experience it was to feel the essence of nature through my second sense!!

As we progressed I had already experienced 50+ unique things in nature so far, from calls of more than 35+ birds & mammals (Including Crested serpent eagle, Hawk eagle, Plum headed & Alexandrian & Rise ringed parakeets, Robins, Grey Hornbill, Peafowl, Brain fever, Langoors, Spotted deer males, Squirrel, Bulbuls, Drongos, Cuckoos and many other) along with a variety of sounds in the nature like rain drops hitting the gypsy metal or gypsy hood or tree leaves or soil etc, sound of the water streams and cracking of a tree branch, mixture of sounds that our gypsy made while passing through water streams, rocky surfaces, leaf clutter, hard soil, sand etc. Along with sounds THE different fragrances were putting up continuous smile on my face. Fragrance and smell of different grasses, shrubs, herbs, tree patches, soil, stones, rotten leaves, dead flesh, animal dung etc were complimenting for the complete forest exploration.

It must have been an hour by now and felt like the rain had relaxed a bit. My fellow travellers opened the gypsy hood and a new experience took me to the tip of ecstasy. It was my third sense triggered – the sense of touch upon feeling the love of mother nature on my face in form of the tiny droplets dripping from tree leaves atop…The tenderness of a tiny leaf could be well felt as it got stuck near my neck. I touched it, felt it and held in my hand upright only to let it go with the passing wind! I had given back freedom to the free soul of that tiny leaf…just the way these tiny experiences of nature had set my caged soul totally free once again in the place that I love the most – Forest!

It was one of the best safari among the thousands I have ever done in my wildlife and ecotourism career. It did answer to my fundamental question that yes, every blind person can enjoy the jungle safari experience and with some innovations in technology and Braille we can even make it a better experience where they can simultaneously feel the size, shape and texture of the entity they are experiencing. Would love to cater this experience sometime in my life to those who are ‘physically’ blind.
Moreover, this experiment taught me something bigger! It was the self realization that so many time we simply become ‘mentally’ blind in forest even after having all the senses intact. All we focus on is the joy “sighting”. What about the joy of enjoying forest as whole every single time you are in forest? Simply put if one isn’t exploring forest through at least 4 of the prime senses, that safari will be an injustice with himself / herself and the nature god as well.

Signing off today with a wish that in 2020 all of us would learn to explore and enjoy the forest and nature with all the senses active to make it a memorable experience every time we visit it.

Saurabh Thakekar
Co-founder and Wildlife Expert
Mumbai Travellers | Book My Safari | Go Travellism Pvt Ltd


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Tips for Tiger Watching in India

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Hoping to see a tiger in the wild? Here are few tips to increase your chances of Tiger spotting on a tour to India

Pick the right park

It’s difficult for any safari operator to promise tiger sightings, but if you pick the right location you’ll definitely boost your chances. India is the best country to see tigers, but you’ll also find them in other Asian nations like China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Indonesia, as well as Siberia in Russia.

India’s best national parks for spotting tigers are: Ranthambore, Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, Kanha, Pench, Corbett, and Satpura. There are pretty good populations of tigers in the Sunderbans but they’re hard to see.

Get the timing right

Early in the season (November-January) is colder and the tigers will be much more active; however, remaining monsoon water means they have fewer reasons to be out in the open.

February-March is peak time– the vegetation is in national parks and temperatures are still tolerable. The tiger experts go later to try to spot them by watering holes, but even the most passionate fans will wilt in 40 °C+ heat.

Accept that you’ll pay more

Foreigners often pay multiple times more than Indian citizens to enter India’s tiger parks. Get over it. Tip your safari driver and guide properly; if they do a great job, perhaps Rs700 a day.

Consider your transport

Most trips in tiger parks are by larger canter trucks & gypsy jeep. Book an exclusive gypsy vehicle to yourself if you need more control of your safari. Elephant-back safaris are available in Bandhavgarh, Pench, and Kanha. 

Put your camera down

Tigers are all about witnessing: During your first tiger spotting, instead of rushing for photographs, see the majestic animal with eyes first and enjoy the moment.

Think beyond tigers

There’s a lot more to see in India’s wonderful parks, including wild cats, leopards, jackals, sloth bears, wolves. The birdlife, particularly in the warmer months, is fantastic.

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Types of Tiger spotting in order of excitement l0th as highest in terms of adrenalin rush

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  1. Tiger in the bush. This is a very common Tiger sighting.
  2. Sleeping Tiger, Perhaps on the road, or on side of the road.
  3. A Tiger crossing the road, maybe he will give you a quick glance, and if you are quick enough you can take a shot or two. Considered a decent Tiger spotting.
  4. Tiger sitting on the track staring at you in a majestic posture is a wonderful Tiger sighting.
  5. Tiger walking ahead of your vehicle, away from you. He might walk a mile or more. When he strolls this much he would stop by, and do some territory marking on the trees, maybe scratch, etc. A lot of chances to take photos during such a Tiger sighting.
  6. A Tiger walking towards you on the road, and your safari driver reversing the vehicle for miles at times. This offers a big chance to photographers who can get the head-on shots of a Tiger. This required good skills from the safari driver.
  7. A Tigress with her cubs, either resting on the road or enjoying in water. Again something a lot of individuals would like to see, and it is a very satiating emotion once you find Tigress with cubs. The playfulness, the cuteness, the love of the mother, the perfect family moment to be witnessed together in such a Tiger sighting.
  8. A Tiger stalking prey. The whole incident can last from a few minutes to much longer. Our advice is that you must remain quiet during such a Tiger sighting. Disturbing a Tiger while stalking or doing anything else is not advisable. Would you want to see an angry Tiger? 
  9. A Tiger skilfully managing to pull down his prey and do a kill before your eyes. What a delight for photographers, and all visitors. It is one adrenalin-pumping Tiger spotting.
  10. Two fully grown Tigers fighting. This does not take place often in the open for travelers to see, but there have been incidents when people have seen this. When the fight is happening, it can be very frightening, as Tigers roar loudly which reechoes in the Jungle. It can turn bloody, and if the fight is over the territory dispute then it can last longer. Tigers have a tendency to move a lot while fighting. It is suggested to stay clear and away from them. An epitome of a Tiger spotting.

You may witness any one of the above Tiger sightings, so be ready, and be equipped with your cameras.

When you see Tigers in the National Parks of India, it is important for you to take some safety measures. I have mentioned the four most important for your benefit.

4 important precautions during a Tiger sighting

  1. Quietness is the biggest precaution that you must undertake during a Tiger sighting. It is recommended to keep the excitement under control, as it can go against you, cause if the Tiger gets irritated by your energy levels he can just choose to go away. Who is the loser in this case? So stay calm. The camera click is the only acceptable sound.
  2. Good distance from the Tiger is very crucial, maintain a safe distance for yourself. Keep in mind you are in the territory of the Tiger, so give him space and respect too. Stay away, stay safe.
  3. Pay attention to the guides and the safari drivers who go through this routine on a regular basis. so trust them. Do not enforce your decisions on them, let them decide what is good for you. Kindly do not try to lure them by tipping, to have a close look at Tiger. Don’t forget Tiger is an ultimate predator.
  4. NEVER, EVER, leave the vehicle in a national park during a Tiger safari. It is not allowed, and it is against the law. There are only some areas/ camps where the driver and the guide will ask you to leave the Jeep for a small break. Tiger sighting is definitely not a selfie moment; just remember you are in presence of an apex predator. Your safety is in your hands, and nobody else is accountable for the same. Neither can you take legal action against anyone at a later phase if you do not like what a Tiger does

Tiger Safari is a holiday for some, and a job for some, but not a picnic for anyone. Respect the Forest and the laws of the Forest in your own interest.

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African Wildlife Vs Indian Wildlife


When one thinks about wildlife, the 1st country that comes to one’s mind is Africa. India is usually an afterthought. But few who have witnessed the wildlife of Africa and of India have contrast views to the much-established belief. Honestly comparing Indian Wildlife Vs African Wildlife is like comparing apples & oranges in a way. But when one goes deep into it with research data then what comes out is very interesting. Our many guests talked about this subject and it was only then I thought of doing some study and documenting my thoughts.

What undoubtedly goes in favour of Africa is the sheer number of wild animals. Now Africa is 10 times bigger than India, therefore the food, habitat, and water, is abundant in Africa, which justifies the numbers. The human population in Africa is around 200/ sq km, compared to 460 in India. So the figures are stacked against wildlife in India. Hence, it is apparent that the wildlife animal density will be affected in India, and it is. Because of the sheer numbers, African wildlife is spotted much easily compared to the Indian wildlife which has to be searched deeply. Search is intense to some extent due to the fact that the vegetation is thick and undulating as well.


While India has more than 1200 species, Africa has 2300. But if we compare the size of the two landmasses, I think India is much richer. In a 10-12-day tour, you can end up spotting far more species in India compared to Africa. Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary has been called the best birding area on the planet by Peter Scott, the founder of the World Wildlife Fund. A visit to this bird sanctuary in winters will present the real beauty of the avi-fauna world. Birds in thousands enjoying the environments of this world heritage site.

It is however ironical the Wildlife around the world is facing similar adversity. Be it in India or Africa, the habitation is shrinking. In India, some good efforts have been taken by the Forest department in protecting our wildlife. Poaching of the endangered species is absolutely under control. One odd case does surface rarely, but primarily the wildlife is being given a top priority in protection. Many species in some areas of India which had gone nearly missing have been reinstated. Be it the Tigers in Panna & Sariska, Barasingha in central India, Gaur in Bandhavgarh, there is a lot of good news also for Indian Wildlife.

Wild Animals

India and Africa both countries have their Elephants. While Africa has a Hippopotamus, we have a Rhino which is much more superior than his African relative. Our wild buffaloes are as wild as African, but with more predominant horns to the cape species. We also have 4 other species of wild bovines to which there is nothing comparable in Africa. The Gaur, Gayal, Yaks, and the Nilgai are big bovines spotted in India.

In wild cats, besides the Lions, and Leopards which are common to both countries, we also have the Snow Leopard & the Tiger. Yes, we lost the Asiatic Cheetah due to poaching & loss of habitat. But in cats, we have practically 50% more species compared to Africa.

The Blackbuck exceeds all antelopes of Africa when it comes to speed & absolute beauty. Buck apart we have 14 additional species of Antelopes besides the sheep & wild goats in the hills. Let’s not ignore the beauty of the Bara Singha (the 12 tined antelope) which has been rated as the most handsome deer on the planet. We have 3 species of Bears, Brown, Himalayan and Sloth, while Africa has none.


We can only pray that Wildlife around the world remains forever, and people to realize at some point in time that this world is for everyone, it does not only belong to us. Everyone is here for a reason and we must all value the same. 

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5 Interesting Facts about Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve

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“Fabulous” is the perfect word to describe the wildlife of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, a large part of African savanna including the northern part of the Serengeti Plains.

Well known for its great wildebeest migration, plenty of lions and the rich culture of the native Maasai people, traditional pastoral herders who have grazed cattle here for hundreds of years, southwest Kenya’s Maasai Mara is a treat for all travelers.

Here are 5 interesting facts you might not know about this 580-square-mile reserve which is home to nearly a hundred mammal species and offers impressive wildlife sighting all year.

  1. The reserve’s first name represents the Maasai people. The second word, Mara–“spotted” in Maa (the Maasai language) –  glorifies how they described the area when they saw it from afar. The dark shadows from the clouds and the circles of trees, savannah & scrub gave the land a speckled appearance.
  2. The Maasai people don’t consider themselves as only residents of the region. The land is a vital part of their lives, but they strongly believe that they are also an integral part of the life of the land. For this reason, they hardly hunt and do their best to live in harmony with wild animals.
  3. When actually recognized as a wildlife sanctuary in 1961, the Maasai Mara encompassed only 200 square miles of the present area.
  4. Scientists have detected more than 570 species of wild birds in the park, many of them are migrants. More than 50 birds of prey, including, storks, eagles, and vultures, comprise Mara’s rich birdlife.
  5. Proof of early human settlements, including arrowheads & pottery left behind form the Neolithic era, have been found within the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
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When and how to book a Tiger Safari in India


Before I address the question on “when and how to book a Tiger Safari in India, it is crucial to know the reason behind this question. Tiger is among the most photographed animal on the earth. There isn’t another animal with such an intense charisma that attracts people.

Tiger Tourism

Affection for Tigers has grown much faster than what the national parks could handle in India. While the overall tourism in India has increased by about 5%, Tiger tourism has witnessed an increase of about 12-15% constantly over the years. The top reason behind these numbers is the growing love of Indians towards their wildlife. With 137 crores Indians, the number of Tiger lovers is not small by any margin. Let us not ignore the nature and wildlife lovers from around the world also reaching India to see the Tigers. Our apex court realized this and placed in some strict regulations in 2012 to guide Tiger tourism

Holding capacity of the national parks was calculated eventually. Wherever the number of vehicles visiting the park were found to be high, they were curtailed. Many parks lost approximately 50% of the vehicles. Currently, tourism takes place in only about 20% area of the national parks. Remaining 80% of the park is completely inviolate for any human activity.

Increase in Tiger population also results in an increase in Tiger tourism.

It was in 2006 when Sariska National Park was announced to be bereft of Tigers. In 2008, the same thing happened with Panna National park. This attracted a lot of attention towards the Tigers. The Government acted quickly. Some major steps were taken to rehabilitate Tigers in these 2 national parks. With increased attention and conservation steps, Tigers once again roared in these 2 national parks. People rushed back to the national parks after hearing this news.

Moreover, India is the only Tiger country where the possibilities of sighting Tigers is certain. The increased awareness of the Tiger numbers over the last 6-7 years have also increased the Tiger tourism. Now the question when and how to book a Tiger Safari in India becomes very relevant.

When and how to book a Tiger Safari in India

One must book a Tiger Safari in India at-least 5-6 months well before the safari date. Why so much before? Simple, because lot lots of parks allow the safari permits to be booked online 120 days prior to the safari date. And with limited safari permits, they get booked very quickly. If the safari has to be booked 120 days before you should ensure your holiday even before. Hence I said 5-6 months. By now you should have given all your identification details and down payments to your tour operator if you want to see a Tiger in the wild. Some parks also allow booking 90 days before as well.

Importance of the right Tour Operator for safari booking

Booking so much in advance will also give your Tour Operator sufficient time to plan your safaris in the right zones. It is also essential for your tour operator to know the tiger sighting history in those zones. Therefore, book with someone who is updated with sighting activities in the national parks.

If you want value for money then it is worth finding out a safari operator to whom you are entrusting your money, time and efforts. He must know which Tiger parks yield best results in which months. It is a reality that none can promise Tiger sightings, but the experience of a tour operator can give you the best possible chances of sighting Tigers.

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Top 7 Reasons Why You Go for A Masai Mara Safari Tour

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The Maasai Mara game reserve is situated in Narok County Kenya. Named after the Maasai tribe and their description of the beautiful land, Maasai Mara is an extremely famous place for tourists visiting Africa. The ‘spotted’ landscape is truly enchanting and full of countless wild animals, all of which you can discover on your own. The national reserve is basically only a small part of a huge ecosystem that comprises of various other regions including Lemek , Kimintet, and Koiyaki ranches.

The nature reserve was recognized as a sanctuary for wildlife in 1961. Part of the area was granted with national reserve status in 1974. By 2001, the reserve was being operated by the non-profit organisation, Mara Conservancy.

The reserve now encompasses a tremendous 1, 510 square kilometres with the complete area available for exploration. With plenty of incredible nature reserves around Africa, you might be wondering why you should visit this lovely destination and mark it as your primary choice. There are various reasons why you shouldn’t miss a Maasai Mara safari tour.

It Holds the Eighth Wonder of the World

Are you interested to see all the wonders of the world in your lifetime? Then you need to ensure that you do book a trip to Maasai Mara for a safari tour. Every year, over one million wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti into the nature reserve by crossing the Mara River. While this in itself may not be that incredible, the Mara River is packed with predators making it a dangerous journey. Nile crocodiles and other predators are always waiting to make the wildebeest their victim.

If you wish to see this wonder of the world, you’ll need to ensure that you arrive at the right time. The majority of people go a few weeks before the migration is scheduled to begin to ensure they don’t miss it. While you hang around, you can use your time enjoying the other wildlife that exist in the park. People come from all over the globe to see this extraordinary feat of nature.

Safety Guaranteed

Lots of people who are eager to visit a nature reserve like the Maasai Mara are worried about their safety. It’s right that some nature reserves can attract criminals & hunters. The skin and bones of some wild animals can be extremely valuable in the black market. Despite hunting being banned in many areas, this does not prevent hunters from breaking the law. When this takes place, it’s not just the animals that are in danger. Travelers can get caught in the crossfire. Fortunately, at this specific reserve, you’ll find that there is a lot of security on foot and in jeeps to keep you secure. You can’t travel more than just a few kilometers without coming across an officer on patrol, ready to save both you and the animals.

The Kenya Wildlife Services provides the reserve with officers to ensure that the area is secured tightly. Rest assured, if there is a problem you will be informed promptly. The protection of you and other visitors on the site will always be the number one priority for the officers. Fortunately, people who visited say that at Maasai Mara, they have never found themselves in the position where they felt anything other than perfectly safe.

Animals Galore

We’ve already discussed the Wildebeest, but there are lots of other wild animals that you surely to encounter during your Maasai Mara safari.  Actually, the land is home to literally countless different species. All of the big five you’re excited to see could be found here including rhinos, buffaloes, leopard, lions, and yes even elephants. Tourists usually agree that the Maasai Mara safari is the best chance to see the rarest wild animals on the planet.  In fact, you might be eager in seeing the Big Rhinos left in Africa. Well, they’re all here.

It’s not the only wildebeest that migrate into the Mara reserve. Zebra, Topi, & Thomson’s gazelle migrate from the Serengeti to the Loita Plains. If you’re interested to witness this, ensure to visit between July and October.

The Maasai Mara safari is also one of the primary reasons why the population of Black Rhinos is gradually increasing. By 1980 the population was only 15 but with the help of the reserve, it is slowly but surely bouncing back.

Head towards the rivers, and you might just find a hippopotamus & crocodiles. All over the reserve, you are most likely to see cheetahs, jackals, hyenas & bat-eared foxes. If you’re interested to see the rarest and most majestic of wild animals including cheetahs & lions, the Esoit Escarpment is the perfect place to you

There Are Birds Too!

If you’re a fan of bird watching and wish to spot some rare birds, Maasai Mara is definitely the right safari for you. There more than 470 species of birds that have been detected throughout the park, and 60 of these are raptors

Awesome Adventures and Activities

You might be keen to get more from a Mara safari than just animal sightings, and Maasai Mara certainly won’t disappoint you. Have you ever thought what it’s like to board a hot air balloon and glide over the planes of Africa, perhaps while seeing the animals running below? Well, you can discover the magic of this particular experience only here. If you wish the perfect view of the wildlife, then this is best the way to get it.

Obviously, the Mara safari itself is quite impressive too. It’s there that you’ll manage to venture into the wild, getting up close to these wonderful beasts. With game viewing, it’s possible to get an electrifying experience as a professional guide leads you closer than you had ever imagined to lions and leopards. 

Totally Accessible

There are a whole variety of routes to reach the Masai Mara. Some nature reserves are in the remote place and practically impossible to reach except on a risky muddy road. That’s not the problem here, and you’ll find that there are lots of flights available that can take you directly to Mara.

Once in A Lifetime Experience

You might be thinking whether the experience that you get here could be replicated anywhere else in Africa or indeed, the world. Well, we can assure you that nowhere else around the planet can offer the same thrills that you get here.

Imagine waking up not to the tone of an alarm clock but to animal roars outside your window. Well, that’s exactly what can take place here with resorts that place you right at the center of the action. You’ll hear the stomping hooves of the wildebeest, roar of the lion or the snort of a hippo. It’s not only the sound, the scents are here too with the refreshing tropical smell of the Serengeti and plains all around you.

Then, when you do take a Masai Mara safari, this won’t be your normal trip. You’ll see predators haunting and feasting on their prey, cubs playing together and much more. Every moment on a safari here will likely be a memory that you will wish to remember forever. With lovely weather guaranteed to give you a breathtaking and undisturbed view each day

Meet The People

Masai Mara isn’t like your ordinary nature reserve. It’s totally different because unlike other areas this location is inhabited. We’re not speaking about the animals but the Maasais themselves. Yes, there are tribes that live close to the Mara, and while you may have heard tales about these people, nothing can match the astonishing reality. It’s right that these people are brave and they are the only ones who you will see walking freely through the Mara around the wild animals. They can possibly do this because they have lived in harmony with these wild animals for centuries. They know their ways, how to stay safe and they know what it takes to share the land with these animals.

While the wild animals themselves may be the true reason for visiting, tourists are often mesmerized when they counter the Maasai People. These people are more than delighted to greet, welcome and communicate with tourists and simply anyone who decides to visit the reserve. Why do tourists find the people here so fascinating? It’s likely because of the fact that they have a unique culture and a way of living that has lasted for many years. The people here are wonderful and can tell you what it’s like to live around the Mara lands. If you wish to return home with a few stories to tell after your trip to Africa, you definitely need to ensure that you have at least one encounter with the Maasai people. Lots of people find that it entirely changes their perspective on life.

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3 Most essential things to know before you start wildlife photography


Hardly few years back, with manual cameras and film rolls, not everyone was interested getting into Wildlife photography. Only few people were haunted by this rare passion. Though it was glamorous but not affordable to everyone. But with the arrival of digital cameras and memory cards, wildlife photography has become a passion and a fashion as well. Tourists carrying huge lenses and camera bodies in National park is normal scenario now a days. Social media has played a big role for making wildlife photography a tempting passion. Posting a picture gets one instant gratification. Also, Google & YouTube are good source of information, and one needs no photography workshop or classes to learn basic wildlife photography. But there are some essential things for wildlife photography that one needs to learn & understand.

1. Knowledge of National Park: It is very important for you to gather some information about the national park you would be visiting. The terrain, the tracks, the tree cover, forest density, the kind of wildlife in the national park, the month you would be visiting, the light to expect, the weather to expect etc.

2. Wildlife Knowledge: Create the checklist of animals you may encounter in the National park. If you are planning to take Tiger images, then you will be better equipped if you know the behavior of the Tiger.

3. Safety: Always remember that you are in a national park and surrounded by wild animals. Your safety and the safety of wild animals you are shooting is of paramount importance. Do not underestimate the speed and power of wild animals at any point, irrespective of the size. Hence it is important to keep safe distance from wild animals. Follow all instructions of the guide & the driver in the Jeep, do not force them to get very close to the animal. Besides you will be able to capture good images only if you are at a safe distance wherein the animals are not disturbed by your presence & behavior. Avoid making unnecessary sounds, or talk loudly, no sudden or jerky movements while you are in the vehicle. As all this can easily scare the animal and send it in cover, thus depriving you of a good wildlife snap.

Once you cover the above basic things for wildlife photography, then what?
Then should gain the technical knowledge of taking photographs. Expert advise here is do not be over dependent on your photography equipment or post processing of the pictures, rather get them right while clicking them. Always remember, it is the eye behind the camera which is more important than the camera itself. Latest technology can’t replace the art of photography.

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Top Ten Wildlife Safari Camps & Resorts in India

Every year, a fair number of nature lovers visit the national parks of India to experience an adventurous wildlife safari. You can find number of wildlife resorts that offer a pleasant stay for guests.
Spending night in the middle of jungle is surely an amazing experience. These wildlife resorts are a perfect blend of luxurious lifestyle & a rustic wilderness. Checkout the list of top 10 wildlife safari camps in India:
1. Aman-i-Khas, Ranthambore

Aman-I-Khas is a luxurious jungle safari camp, set on the outskirts of the Ranthambore National Park close to Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. This camp comprises of well-equipped 10 elegant spacious tents reflecting Mughal style of architecture and décor.
Opened in the month of November, 2003, this jungle resort has well-equipped housing tents comprising of spaces for dressing, cleansing and eating.
Just about 10 km from the Ranthambore National Park, it is a perfect accommodation alternative for those who seek to experience lavish living with a drop of wilderness. Provisions for safari within the park can also be made.
When to visit: October to March

2. Tree House Hideaway Resort, Bandhavgarh

Situated across the 21 acres of land within the Bandhavgarh National Park, Tree House Hideaway Resort has an overall of five tree houses for the relaxation of the guests. These well-laden tree houses are full with all the contemporary facilities such as private bathroom, small bar, split AC and living area with a beautiful balcony from where you can delight your eyes to the lush greenery everywhere and may also spot the wild beasts wandering freely.
Moreover, the resort also has a dining hall, established in 2 levels round a gigantic Mahua tree. Whereas on the ground level, you will find a dining hall serving both Continental and Indian Cuisines. The first floor is Watering Hole- the bar where people can take pleasure in drinks. You can easily opt from range of safaris in jeeps, escorted by an English-speaking naturalist to Bandhavgarh National Park.
When to visit: October to April

3. Sher Bagh, Ranthambore

Taking hint from the deluxe lifestyle of the former Indian princes, each of the 12 tents at Sher Bagh encompass of unique ‘Campaign style’ furniture. This wildlife campsite is positioned at a clos——e distance of around 3 km from the entry of the Ranthambore National Park. All the well-equipped tents have a private verandah and present amazing views of the well-manicured plush gardens.
Highlighting an exotic African-style safari atmosphere, the Sher Bagh camp also endows with an opportunity of collective drinks during the sunset round the bonfire. Further, distinctive arrangement for wildlife jeep safaris, wildlife horse safaris and a picnic lunch, on the highest point of the Ranthambhore Fort can be made.
When to visit: October to March

4. Banjaar Tola, Kanha

Located on the banks of River Banjaar, Taj Safaris’ third luxury jungle safari lodge “Banjaar Tola” provides some great views of the Kanha National Park. This lodge consists of a total of 2 stylish camps wherein there are 9 suites in all, offering a comfortable stay to the guests.
With a large common swimming pool, both the camps have their own tented relaxing area. The resort has a joint kitchen, having an organic and exotic touch which makes the dining experience even more enhanced. The tents are a delightful mix of fresh décor combined with bamboo floor tiles, locally-made fittings and bamboo wall panels. Further, arrangements for safari can also be done.
When to visit: October to June

5. Corbett Woods Resort, Ramnagar

If you are in search for a comfy stay amidst contemporary indulgences while you are interacting with the big wild cats during your visit at the Corbett National park, choose for a stay at Corbett Woods Resort. Freshly constructed, this wildlife camp resort is one of the ideal options where the guests can have an enjoyable stay while appreciate flawless personalized services. Situated about 4 km from Jhirna Gate of Corbett National Park, Corbett Woods Resort has a striking designing and architecture.
As the Corbett Woods Resort is positioned on the banks of Dhela River, it provides prodigious views of the jungle’s green area. There are a total of 4 premium and 12 luxury Swiss air-conditioned lodges, which are very well-furnished and well-appointed. The list of amenities also comprises of children’s play area, fitness club, swimming pool and a multi-cuisine banqueting venue.
When to visit: November to March

6. Lion Safari Camp, Gir National Park

Well-maintained and ecological, Lion Safari Camp is a perfect accommodation for people who are visiting Gir National Park. There are a whole of 20 air-conditioned tents that are very well-appointed with all the contemporary facilities. Lion Safari Camps have sophisticated furnishings and hygienic private bathrooms. The main highlight is that the decor of these tents is eco-friendly.
Treat your eyes to the plush greenery from the top deck area of the camp. The site of the safari camp, amid mango orchard is purely marvelous and looks filmy. Guests can conveniently dine-in at the camp’s outdoor restaurants where you can relish delicacies of Indian and Chinese Cusines.
When to visit: October to mid-June

7. Bundela Safari Lodge, Kanha

Spread across an area 8 acres of plush land, Bundela Safari Lodge is positioned near Khatia entrance gate of the Kanha National Park. A wonderful mix of wilderness and relaxation, this wildlife camp lodge provides 3 best accommodation alternatives- Machan Vilas and Luxury housings. All these air-conditioned rooms have a superior interior, are spacious and have all the extravagances including attached bathrooms.
Enjoy your morning and evening tea while you are chilling in the balcony area, treating your eyes to the plush greenery, spread all around. The safari lodge also has a multi-cuisine bistro to provide lip-smacking food and a well-stocked bar, serving an extensive variety of beverages. Further, there is a spa and a swimming pool to indulge in relaxation activities.
When to visit: October to June

8. Eco Camp, Nameri National Park

Situated just 1 km away from the banks of River Jia-Bhoroli, Nameri Eco Camp is quite near to the Nameri National Park in Assam. Sited amid plush green surroundings, this wildlife camp is just 45 km from Tezpur. As far as meal is concerned, people can relish tasty dishes at the communal dining hall in the Eco Camp.
Best time to Visit-November to March

9. The Bison Kabini Wildlife Resort

A finest combination of adventure and luxury; this is just the perfect term for the Bison Kabini Resort, positioned right at the meeting juncture of Nagarhole and Bandipur National Parks. While the wildlife resort looks attention-grabbing during the night, it seems to be tranquil during the day. The creators of the resort have taken muse from old hunting stratums of former Indian Maharajas and an East African camp.
Clubbing a luxury experience with the rocky wilds is the major highlight of this resort. Admire flabbergasting views of the Kabini National Park from your window. Ancient antiques, stunning decorative pieces, pure white linen and woody floor make the camp all the more exciting. Every cottage is quite well-maintained.
When to visit-October to May

10. Hornbill Camp, Thattekkad

Hornbill Camp, situated amidst coconut plantations on the banks of River Periyar, comprises of cottage tents filled with all up-to-the-minute comforts. Enjoy the landscape of the lowland area of Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary in Thattekkad. The huge camps are a blend of contemporary living styles and rural elegance.
When to visit: October to March

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