Would you ride in an open Gypsy in temperatures exceeding 50 degrees Celsius? With the sun threatening to burn everything in sight, and the desert sand piercing your skin like countless needles? You would, if you were on the trail of the tiger in the Ranthambhore National Park in Rajasthan. One of the few forests in India where tigers still prowl, you can be almost assured of a sighting a but only if you venture out when summer is at its harshest. This is when water sources dry up, and animals come out in the open to water holes. And the dry vegetation makes camouflaging difficult. The roll of dice can still go against you, or you may be lucky like me a with seven sightings over a single weekend.Since 2007, Kunzum has served as an important guide fortravellers planning journeys in India and the subcontinent- and some international destinations too. ... guides in both traditional formats as well as e-books (for the iPad, Amazona#39;s Kindle, other mobile readers and all computers). ... Located in Hauz KhasVillage in New Delhi, guests can hang around, read travel books, use free Wi-Fi, participate inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ranthambore, Rajasthan, India|
|Publisher||:||Kunzum, an imprint of TCP Media Pvt. Ltd. - 2013-09-11|