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The Two Most Amazing Safari Destinations in Africa

Africa

Africa is a dream destination in every sense as here nestles magnificent wildlife animals and extraordinary scenic beauty. People travel length and breadth of every destination but nothing can beat the mesmerizing beauty of Africa. It offers a wealth of safari holiday opportunities and a tailor made safari provides the tourists a chance to explore all these opportunities to the full. Africa’s top safari destinations include wildlife parks in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Gabon. However, the two Serengeti national parks in Tanzania and Masai Mara reserve in Kenya are the most largest and beautiful.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National ParkSerengeti national park is located in Tanzania and offers the most amazing experience for every tourist. It is one of the most magnificent park where one can witness beautiful plants and millions of animals. The grasslands make the place fantastic for spotting lion kills as one can easily watch the whole spectacle clearly. Moreover, one can even enjoy wildlife safari tour in the beautiful atmosphere of migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra. The Grumeti River inside the park is the home to some of the largest Nile crocodiles in the world.

Masai Mara Reserve

Masai Mara reserve remains the best wildlife destinations Africa and the most visited with rolling grasslands and beautiful acacia woodland. Kenya is one of the Africa’s most popular safari destinations and it is the most popular wildlife park in Kenya. The best time to witness the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra from July to October. The millions of wildebeest moving together make the ground vibrate. Masai mara has the largest densities of lion in the world. Driving over its boundless savannahs, you will find yourself around zebra, topi or perhaps a herd of elephants.

About the migration

wildebeest-crossing-mara51The migration of wildebeest is amazing, if there is a safari one must go on, then Serengeti and Masai Mara are the best. Nowehere in the world, one can see the movement of animals as immense as here. In the peak season, over two million animals migrate. They cross the Mara River where crocodiles will prey on them. It is the most amazing moment to see the animals cross the river saving their life.

So, if you love safari tour then book safari online or book a holiday package in Africa and ensure that you have the best time of your life.

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Wildlife safari in India – 5 best safari destinations you must visit

Wildlife of India

India, the land of variety of flora and fauna has always enthralled people from different countries. Every year, numerous tourists visit India, for the impeccable wildlife destinations in India. For a wildlife getaway, far from the noise of the horns and tall concrete building, India is the perfect destination. There are more than 99 national parks, 40 tiger reserves and 450 wildlife sanctuaries where nestle wide variety of flora and fauna. Every nook and cornet of India embraces rich wildlife. Mentioned below are the top five places for an unforgettable wildlife safari.

Kaziranga national park

The one horned rhinoceros have attracted many people to the northeast part of the country. Kaziranga national park, situated in Assam, spread across 429.69 square kilometers has the largest population of one horned rhinoceros. Along with the giant rhinos, one can get a glimpse of elephants, bears, panthers and various other pretty birds.

Sunderban national park

Sunderban national park is located in West Bengal. The mangroves of the sunderban are famous for watching a tiger swimming in the water. Yes, if you have never heard of it, then it is the time to travel to the beautiful forest. The best time to visit the park in October to April as you can easily get a glimpse of the amphibian tigers.

Jim Corbett National Park

Tiger Safari in IndiaJim Corbett National Park always tops the list when it comes to jungle safari in India. It is the best destination far from the crowd, but near the capital. People who have ever thought of adding a safari trip to their wish list ensures to visit Jim Corbett. Known for the presence of magnificent striped royal Bengal tiger, the beautiful national park is visited by many domestic as well as international tourists. Other than tiger, one can come across tusker elephants, peacock, crocodile and many more. Safari booking in jim Corbett can be done online.

Ranthambore national park

Ranthambore national park is stretched across 1334 kilometers and known for the presence of tigers. Tigers are the main attractions, though one can even get glimpse of sloth bears, wild boars, sambar, and many more other species. Many wildlife photographers come from different corners of the world to get beautiful pictures of tigers resting in their natural habitat.

Gir national park

Gir national park is one of the most well known national parks and home to the populace of Asiatic Lions. Along with the lions, the park inhabits 32 species of mammals, 300 species of birds and 26 species of reptiles. Hence, it is bestowed with rich biodiversity and responsible for increasing number of visitors in the park. The best time to visit the national park is from October to May.

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Baghesur,Tiger From The Eyes Of Tribal

The man behind Baghesur,Tiger From The Eyes of Tribal.

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Sachin Sharma

“If there is something that can be done, we can do it. If we can’t, then nobody will”

I always believed in this statement and so did my people who helped me make this organization what it is today. Tourism just happened to me as it happens to most of the people who run this industry today. An industry that has people from almost all backgrounds with a common interest of earning money and spending it while traveling themselves because we all believe that Traveling is Life.

This Life brings us closer to the real world much faster than anybody else who travels occasionally and not for Tourism. One such quest for a step ahead in life took me to Bandhavgarh. A Hotel is what I wanted to build and become a hotelier from just a Tour Operator. Siddharth was deputed just to find an optimum land to place my little dream hotel that I thought will be different – just different. I clicked pictures from magazines in South Africa, Finland, Germany, New Zealand just to make my different property where I wanted people to explore wildlife & forest in the fusion of international facilities in an Indian environment. The story was all set until a lady selling souvenirs in Bandhavgarh bid me good bye and asked me to close the door of her store as I leave saying “Don’t you think there are already too many hotels here ?”

I believed that I only talk about Tourism and will add more concrete to the jungle had I not believed that what that lady spoke was absolutely true. The spark inside convinced me about not making a hotel and instead do something alternate that could justify my investment in acquiring the land. That’s when the idea of creating an additional source of interest for tourists coming to Bandhavgarh popped into my mind and I initiated the search for the Tribal who could perform some kind of Tribal art which a tourist might be interested in paying for. One month of search gave me results that were alarming.

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Tribal Woman

“The Tribal no longer eat what they used to eat and nor do they perform any of their ancestral art or customs these days” is what our site supervisor Pankaj Bhaiya told me. I felt that this is probably what India lacks in the Tourism Industry. Majority of us from Tourism like enjoying what others make but we never want to help create anything. I wanted to change this belief of the villagers who thought that I am going to make a “Lodge” with the tons of money that I have and make profits while they remain poor. I realized that these people need attention and if I can invest in making them happier today, they will not regret being in the village ever. Villages are where the real Indians lived not in towns.

With the cause in mind I met a local social worker named Santosh Diwedi who devoted his life for the Tribal and Ashish Swami an artist who probably speaks his heart about tribal people through his portraits working with old tribal women and paying them Rs 500 a month. We decided that these people really needed help and attention or else another Tribe will get extinct from this world. And in their quest for sustainability they will end up destroying the humble forests. The forests belonged to them. For urban development we used the forests and in compensation these tribal had to leave their homes. If Tribal held no value in their native state, there wouldn’t be any NGO or organization who would be trying to save the Jarawa’s in Andaman.  We want to save them because they are simple people. Nobody wants to save an evil from getting extinct but good things need to be saved.

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Baghesur Art By Tribal

Jai Baghesur – Tribal Art Festival is dedicated to showcase their life through their art. They worship the Tiger and call it Baghesur. Through this festival we wanted to address 3 agendas:

1.      We need to save the Tribal

2.      The Tribal can help maintain the habitat that a Tiger needs

3.      If the Tribal & Tiger are saved, the Tourism will flourish

The Festival starts in Tala, Banghavgarh on the 21st Feb till the 24th Feb. We don’t just anticipate visitors who would come for a short experience but visitors who help us in helping the forests and the owners of these forests. We will not be able to do it alone but you can help. Everybody can help either with ideas or with contribution. We do not anticipate Principal sponsors for this cause because it might not fit into their eyeball logic but people who realize how important these tribal, forests and tigers are for our Eco-system.