Travelers Wanted for October Tigers and Travels in India

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Our Tigers and Travels trip to India is an in-depth and comprehensive tour dedicated to the search for the elusive Bengal tiger and discovery of ancient civilizations out of which arose the contemporary cultural and spiritual fabric of modern India. We currently have an active retired couple from California looking for others to join them on o...
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Travel through a storybook

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Keep peace with Lords of the Jungle the Tiger, the Panther, and Bear. And trouble not Hathi the Silent, and mock not the Boar in his lair. - Rudyard Kipling, Jungle Book With rolling hills of teak stands and animals around every bend, it is Pench National Park that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write The Jungle Book . On my visit to the park, it was ...
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Trending in Travel - 2017 Edition

Trending in Travel - 2017 Edition
We've read many opinions as of late about the new and upcoming trends in adventure. So we queried our greatest resource, our world-class Wild Alumni! Following is a list of vacation fodder that's trending in 2017. One thing we know for sure, from remote African safaris and Baffin Island expeditions, to emerging destinations like Myanmar and Cuba, w...
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Bhutan is a Fascinating Place to Visit!

Bhutan is a Fascinating Place to Visit!
Jason and Hana Breen recently traveled to India and Bhutan - exploring ancient sites, hiking, and soaking in the vibrant culture. Passionate and intrepid travelers, they've been to Peru, Borneo, and Patagonia with Wildland in the past. This year they decide to venture to the other side of the world to explore Delhi and the Taj Mahal&...
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State Memorial for Tigress Machli of Ranthambore National Park, India

State Memorial for Tigress Machli of Ranthambore National Park, India
The legendary tigress Machli was given a state memorial service yesterday recognizing the deep respect Indian government officials have for their endangered Bengal tiger population. Machli was 19 years old, far beyond the average age of 12-15 years. She was perhaps the most photographed tiger of all time as she became accustomed to the presence of humans in the park often revealing herself to park vistors and conservationists studying her movement and behaviors.  The territory of Rathanbore National Park that she ruled included several lakes around the Ranthambore Fort where crocodiles dominated the shore. Macheli was also we'll known for this 2008 video where she attacks and kills a 14 foot long crocodile!  She was featured in the National Geographic documentary  Tiger Queen , and also honored on a postal stamp.    As we recently reported in a recent blog tiger populartions in India are growing: Good News of the Day:...
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