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List of Wildlife Sanctuaries, National Parks & Famous cattle fair in Rajasthan

List of Wildlife Sanctuaries, National Parks & Famous cattle fair in Rajasthan Good news for those candidates who preparing the government exam like that RPSC, REET, Rajasthan Patwari, RAS, SSC. UPSC and all remaining private sector jobs. Because...
by allexam on Feb 19, 2016

Top 16 Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in Kerala

“Arrive at the domain of God, where nature’s splendor is vastly unsurpassed and untouched; arrived at God’s own country – Kerala!” Kerala is most renowned because of its sun Bast beaches, backwater cruises and Ayurveda treatments, b...
by India Travel Blog on May 7, 2014

Sunday Discussion: There Is Something Rotten In The Copenhagen Zoo

I really do not know what is going on over at the Copenhagen Zoo in Denmark, but killing numerous perfectly healthy animals for no reason is extremely rotten.  A few weeks ago, a healthy giraffe named Marius was killed to avoid inbreeding, …...
by Geek Alabama on Mar 30, 2014

Kerala Tourist Attractions

Kerala which is popularly called as the ‘God’s own homeland’ is one of the most important tourist destinations in India. There are some tourist attractions in Kerala that tends to increase the flow of visitors to this state. Tourists from all o...
by India Travel Blog on Aug 20, 2013

Rajasthan tourism

Remains of ancient civilization in a land drenched in Old World charm and soaked. Miles of scorching desert sand, standing out proudly among the brown hills, intense color flashes, water transparent bridges (just a mirage, a), camels, caravans, triba...
by Indian Holiday Trip on Aug 3, 2013

Wildlife in India

india could be a country having bumper natural beauty that not solely includes its chilling hill stations, exotic beaches,  picturesque plains, exciting journey sport zones however conjointly its wealthy wild life that is unfold across the country i...
by India Travel Blog on May 21, 2013

Top 8 Indian Wildlife Safaris

Don’t you feel we should chuck the circuses and zoos, instead, should travel to some exotic wildlife sanctuaries that India is famous for? These sanctuaries serve as great educational and entertainment medium for children and adults alike. Come tak...
by India Travel To on Mar 13, 2013

Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of the Rising Sun

India is a Country built up of 28 states & 7 union territories. Each state being extremely beautiful and rich in its diversity contributes to identify the nation, Arunachal Pradesh being one of them. Arunachal Pradesh is located in the … Co...
by India Travel Blog on Oct 31, 2012

A Davao City Police Dog named Spike

Spike This is Spike of the Davao City Police Office (DCPO). He was a bomb sniffing police dog who served during the term of the then Davao City Police Director, Police Superintendent Isidro Lapeña, under  the direct supervision o...
by Amazing Davao on Sep 19, 2012

Philippine Eagle Center

Philippine Eagle CenterThe Philippine Eagle Center is home to the Philippine Eagles, which are held captive, cared for, and bred. It also houses other species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. The Center is tasked to protect and provide sanctuary to P...
by Amazing Davao on Sep 6, 2012

Hamiguitan Batomys

Hamiguitan Hairy-tailed RatHamiguitan batomys or Hamiguitan hairy-tailed rat is a new species of small rodent discovered in the pygmy forests of Mount Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in Davao Oriental in May 2006 by a joint team of researche...
by Amazing Davao on Aug 7, 2012

Guang-Guang Mangrove Park and Nursery

Guang-Guang Mangrove Park and Nursery, also called Guang-Guang Marine and Research Center, is a protected mangrove forest spanning 21,000 hectares in Sitio Guang-Guang, Barangay Dahican in Mati, Davao Oriental where 18 of the rarest and endangered ma...
by Amazing Davao on Aug 4, 2012

Bunny Travels : Face to Face with Royal Bengal Tiger

The lure of the Jungles have always been my clarion call. With the onset of Monsoons, the  site of the graceful lion in its regal glory flashed in front of my inner eye and I was on the road to … Continue reading →...
by India Travel Blog on Jul 17, 2012

Jayamangali Blackbuck Reserve at Maidenahalli–A Fantastic Wildlife Zone close to Bangalore

Bangalore is one of the few large cities in India that has a lot of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks situated close by. A drove of wildlife zones (Kabini National Park, Nagarhole National Park, Bandipur Tiger Reserve, Mudumalai Tiger Reserve,...

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve: A very different national park!!

There is only one tiger reserve in the entire country that is seeing a healthy increase in the tiger numbers. And there is only one tiger reserve where one can see tiger cubs regularly. That tiger reserve is Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, located in c...

Serai Tiger: Tadoba’s Tented Wildlife Camp

There are not many wildlife resorts at one of India’s lesser known tiger dens, the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. In fact, there are only three of them running base on the fringes of this tiger reserve. One of them is run by Maharashtra tourism, whi...

Wildlife Photography: Wild Water Buffalo crossing the jeep track

It was late evening in the Western range of Kaziranga National park. I had just finished my evening elephant safari and was getting ready to head back to my camp for a hot cup of tea when I noticed this wild water buffalo crossing the jeep track.

Wildlife Photography: 3 different generations

I am sure a lot of you are aware of the tantrums that the pachyderms throw up in Assam, especially during the paddy harvest season and locals having to chase them off by bursting crackers. But, this is one side of the story. On the other side of the...


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