Travel Blogs from Sawai Madhopur
We are going on 5 tiger safaris in the park while we are here. On the first outing we saw a mother tiger and her 5 month old cub. The chances of actually seeing a tiger are pretty low, so we were very lucky. We also saw a lot of other animals and birds, including deer, antelope, crocodiles and eagles. Wow, our 4th trip out we hit the jackpot, our …
The strangest NYE party ever, hindu's drinking and dancing to gangam style - enough said!
Clarksons stayed here on Dec 31, 2012 during their trip titled: Clarksons's Great Adventure.
It's 6 am and we Are ready to go on Safari! Ok so no tigers but there is always this afternoon! Yet another mental journey, this time by jeep. Four hours looking for tigers! Not playing out but we were told they may be out later!
Leaving behind the classic architecture of urban India, we set off for the wildlife sanctuary of Ranthambore National Park. Ranthambore is known for its endangered Bengal tigers, of which there are about 50 roaming around the park. On the way to Ranthambore, we stopped at a smaller National Park called Keoladeo, which is famous for its birds. Again …