“Only at the Manas National Park, you can see a parade of elephants as big!” Exclaimed Debjani, my co passenger on the safari jeep as we looked at the horizon and found the foothill of Himalaya queued with a large herd of gentle giants. More than 100 Asian elephants were seen through a green haze … Read more Dance of Elephant!
About this blog: Kaziranga National Park in India houses 70% of one-horned rhino population of the world. Located by the southern bank of Brahmaputra river in Assam, Kaziranga forest is also a tiger reserve with more than 100 big cats at their highest density existence. A flimsy number of 18 rhinos slowly but steadily grew … Read more The World’s Greatest Conservation Story with One-Horned Rhinos at Kaziranga: A Complete Travel Guide
The Assamese Thali: Highlight of North East Roadtrip! Travelling Northeast India calls for long hours of being on the road! Which also means a handful of exciting meals. It is the roadside Dhabas en route Guwahati to Tawang where I tasted the best of Assamese food! An Assamese Thali is a huge spread of really good … Read more Finding the Best Assamese Thali from the High Roads of Assam: A Necessity of North East Roadtrip!
A tale of Manas Jungle, Bodo Cuisine, Ethnic treasures of Assam and more! There is more to Assam’s Manas National Park than the thrilling jungle safaris in search of the elusive tigers or one horned rhinos and watching majestic sunsets by the mountain rivers! And Manas Spring Festival shows you just that with Indigenous Bodo … Read more A taste of Authentic Bodo Cuisine at Manas National Park, Assam!
An Effort to Save the Endangered One Horned Rhinos from Extinction at Manas National Park, Assam; Travel to Love! It was a rather usual Spring morning at Manas. The Terai jungle, a UNESCO heritage National Park, is getting flooded with sunshine. Towering Shimul trees frolic with their fruits burst out in snow formed seeds and … Read more To New beginnings, Manas Spring Festival: How the National Park came back from the Brink
I felt like a child escaping reality as I was boarding the plane from Bangalore to Guwahati. For the next three weeks, we shall be exploring the abandoned wilderness of north east of Indian subcontinent with sparse touristy trails, encounter countless military vehicles, wonder at Yak Jerky and even chew one for six hours straight … Read more Six Reasons Why North-East India Destinations Should be on your travel list!
The North East seven sister states of India is the last hold of Himalaya where human foot has not set part contagiously. My travel to some of the states are planned in less than a month but I needed an expert telling me about the place. because “I can’t keep calm, I am visiting North … Read more Beyond Imagination: Holiday Destinations in North East India