Jungle ka mamla

Jungle ka mamla

Jungle ka Mamla March 2021

Jungle ka Mamla March 2021

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

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Making the most of Jungle Walks

Jungles are the new adventure lands! Off-beat tourism and outdoor tourism has taken over, with visitors flocking to national parks and wildlife sanctuaries in droves. After hill stations, beaches and mountains, the next big thrill is jungles. And not just safaris but...

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Bird Survey in Satpura National Park

Bird Survey in Satpura National Park

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

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Jungle ka Mamla March 2021

Jungle ka Mamla March 2021

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

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Jungle ka mamla February 2021

Jungle ka mamla February 2021

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

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Jungle ka mamla January 2021

Jungle ka mamla January 2021

Desert Wheatear We don’t really need a permit to watch birds around a biodiversity park, the decision we took with a pack of birdwatchers to field the birds around Satpura reserve edges was rewarding! I drove past most of the Pipits and Larks, on a request from...

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How To Plan Your Next Wildlife Safari!

How To Plan Your Next Wildlife Safari!

There was a time when planning a trip meant hours of research about the best location, best resort, services and amenities on site and places to see or activities. Today, the first thing that comes to mind is safety, the best sanitisation checks and contact less...

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Are You Ready For Your Next Wild Adventure?

Are You Ready For Your Next Wild Adventure?

The last six months of lockdown have brought a lot of things in perspective for people, and one such thing is the value of nature experiences. With the change in rules, traveling has now become possible again, and although it is still risky if the sanitization and...

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A Walk in the Park

The most thrilling thing that  forest officials have done is sectioned off a part of the core where you can go on walking safaris in Satpura National Park. Yes, that's right. You can walk the same path that tigers have tread. You can follow bear trails and wander in...

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Bird Survey in Satpura National Park

Bird Survey in Satpura National Park

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

read more
Jungle ka mamla February 2021

Jungle ka mamla February 2021

It was an evening safari when one of the vehicles spotted a leopard with a kill in some well placed rocks. We reached there but only managed to get some glimpse of the leopard through the bushes, but the next morning when we arrived at the spot full of expectation, we were taken by surprise; the kill had been taken over by two sub-adult tigers.

read more
Jungle ka mamla January 2021

Jungle ka mamla January 2021

Desert Wheatear We don’t really need a permit to watch birds around a biodiversity park, the decision we took with a pack of birdwatchers to field the birds around Satpura reserve edges was rewarding! I drove past most of the Pipits and Larks, on a request from...

read more
How To Plan Your Next Wildlife Safari!

How To Plan Your Next Wildlife Safari!

There was a time when planning a trip meant hours of research about the best location, best resort, services and amenities on site and places to see or activities. Today, the first thing that comes to mind is safety, the best sanitisation checks and contact less...

read more
Are You Ready For Your Next Wild Adventure?

Are You Ready For Your Next Wild Adventure?

The last six months of lockdown have brought a lot of things in perspective for people, and one such thing is the value of nature experiences. With the change in rules, traveling has now become possible again, and although it is still risky if the sanitization and...

read more
Drifting Down the Denwa by Boat

Drifting Down the Denwa by Boat

My mind has wandered back to my first visit to Satpura, and my first experience on a boat safari. Satpura is a forest like no other. Located in Northern Madhya Pradesh, it has a beautiful natural boundary line in the form of the Denwa River. In order to access the...

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