This is the jungle! Here life beats to the rhythms of nature. For the novice these are barely noticeable at first. Nature unfolds her secrets one page at a time. The secret to success is an ability to wait and watch. Reality is far different from the thrills of instant gratification available to the urban dweller through his TV screen.
Life in the jungle has its share of thrills and spills; however, these are punctuated with long intervals of calm. To truly understand the wild one needs to disconnect with the world of deadlines and reconnect to the world as god intended it to be.
A little luck is what we need to have special sightings, and I had one as I took a group of guests on one of the morning safaris recently. The mornings are misty these days, and when the sun hits the jungle, it runs its rays through it. Read morePosted in Big Cat, Carnivore, Mammals, Nature, Predators, safari | No Comments
It was a slightly humid afternoon, and I was with 16 guests during the vehicle safari. It was just a few minutes past our entry into the national park. As the vehicle was cruising gently in the track, my driver Lokesh exuberantly called out, “Tiger Tiger”, and we looked in the direction his index finger pointed. Read morePosted in Big Cat, Carnivore, Mammals, Nature, Predators, safari | No Comments
While commencing the safari on a winter afternoon, I could tell that it was a lot hotter compared to the past couple of days. Hence my plan was to check all the waterholes in the forest. All the animals would be compelled to come out to drink water during the heat of the day, and I was sure I would find a cat at one of these waterholes. Read morePosted in Big Cat, Carnivore, Mammals, Nature, Predators | No Comments
Most of the people on a wildlife safari expect to see a Tiger in each safari. On that day, the same thing happened to me as well when I asked my guests what they were hoping to see. When we entered the forest, we hardly found any animals. Read morePosted in Big Cat, Carnivore, Mammals, Nature, Predators, safari | No Comments
It was just the beginning of winter. The Nature Walk began like on any other day. I explained to the family I was guiding that we will mainly be focusing on birds as we would find a great diversity of them during this season. Read morePosted in Carnivore, Mammals, Nature | No Comments
The rains are over at Kabini. It was indeed a rare sighting to spot elephants during the safaris by boat or jeep, as the bushes had overgrown. Thanks to the monsoon, much vegetation was available for the grazing animals. Read morePosted in Elephants, Mammals, Nature, safari | No Comments