About the blog: Royal Chitwan National park tells the tale of one of the best wildlife conservation success stories in Asia. With a rebounding number of endangered Royal Bengal Tiger and one horn Rhino population, Chitwan National Park in Nepal is home to myriad species of mammals and colourful avians. A part of ancient Terai … Read more Chitwan, Off Tigers and One Horned Rhino: Jungle safari at Nepal’s Oldest Nature Reserve!
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
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!