In a world so replete with options, why bother visiting Kamchatka in far-east Russia?
50 sightings of 15 individual tigers in 5 different zones seems like the synopsis of a fairy tale. Yet, those are exactly the numbers the group was left with after the Ranthambhore Full Day Tour!
With our patron Jayasree, what can begin as an exchange of thoughts on photography and experience in the wild, can become a tête-à-tête in which a sweeping love for life brims and flows.
Some human experiences can hold you under their spell when external contradictions are internalised completely. In Amboseli, Kenya, you will find one such ever-adorable contradiction – the African elephant.
Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus)
Great places to see nilgai: Bharatpur, Ranthmbore
The Fish Hawk: Osprey (Pandion haliaetus)
Great place to see it: Kabini, Nagarahole National Park
After a productive beginning to the Tour in Nameri, the group drove to Kaziranga. And it’d mesmerise them with the infinite beauty it contained in its confined wilderness.
This week on Sentient Snippets: awakening languor, silence-inducing poetry, joy-evoking play, voices in the dark, purposeless ruins, and windows to new worlds.
A few years ago Jaina decided to take up photography, and ever since, she’s captured some tangible magical moments in the wild.
The Mara is a land of millions at Migration time, and there are almost as many things to do. We pick just seven of them – one for each day of our Great Migration Tour, perhaps!