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  • India Tours 21.01.2014 Comments Off

    Agra and Rajasthan are two key destinations that have a lot of impressive landmarks to be visited by any tourist local or international. Yes, for locals it is a matter of pride to watch their rich cultural heritage of the past when they see the wonderful pieces of architecture. For the international tourists it is a matter of surprising tour to enjoy seeing some of the rarest artifacts in the world. Apart from that the wild life tour in Rajasthan is also cheerful by all means. You can enjoy the best during the tour as it is not like how you do visit a zoo. It is a huge corbette national park where you will be travelling in your vehicles of the safest kind such as the jeeps and trucks to go to the wild habitats of the beasts and dreaded creatures and witness them in their place. Jeep safari is available for the tourists in split schedules. You can catch up with either the morning tour or the afternoon tour. There is no night tour though. It can be potentially risky to get into the woods while the animals are potentially lethal in the dark conditions.
    safari at ranthambore park

    Bharatpur bird sanctuary
    If you have ever wondered about being in the middle of so many varieties of birds of a range of colors, then here you are in the ideal spot. Bharatpur bird sanctuary does have it all. So many varieties of birds from all over the world that are pretty, cute and interesting to watch even for hours, are available here. Time passes so fast while seeing these naturally beautiful locations. It is worth going for tour twice too. It can be really interesting and engaging in that way for the wildlife enthusiasts.
    taj mahal agra

    Return journey cannot miss out Taj mahal in Agra which is a must watch too.

     

  • Cars on Hire 13.12.2013 Comments Off

    Who does not like tigers, the big cats? They are so adorable, even when close enough. The Royal Bengal Tiger is fierce is our national animal, and is definitely grand. When I first read The Jungle Book, as a kid, I looked down on my pet dog, because I wanted a big CAT. I knew that tigers could be easily found, but not Bagheera, so I had compromised, but I wanted one. As I grew up, I wanted to cuddle one. But, then I knew better, so spotting one at arm’s length was fair enough to me.
    Kanha National Park
    With help of few contacts, I could arrange a comfortable stay for me and my family at the Kanha National Park. As I am from the Central part of the country myself, I am quite familiar with the summers, so I very carefully chose to visit the Park during the winters. We all packed up, and moved for the Christmas holidays to Kanha. If not a reindeer, we could definitely spot a Barasingha. And the weather was pleasant, we could spot migratory birds and the delightful tigers just made our trip so worthwhile.

    The authorities shut the Park during Monsoon, because heavy rains affect security and can be hazardous. Even while we were there, when an unnatural shower started, we were escorted back to our lodge and were restricted from venturing out till it phased out. Officially the Park is open daily from the month of October to the month of June. But weather conditions have a great impact on the working hours. Right after the monsoons, the place is so lush and green. After all the times that I have visited this splendid park, I personally prefer and believe that the best time to visit the place will be from November to February.

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