As the opening of Ranthambhore National Park’s nears ever closer, the excitement heightens as we are soon to be back in the forest catching up with our felines & friends.
Like a popular book ending on a cliffhanger torturing the captivated readers as they wait for the sequel, so too do the seasons in Ranthambhore- as the park gates close during the monsoon months and the forest and all that lives and grows there have some private time away from safari enthusiasts & globetrotters from around the world.
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To visit Ranthambhore National Park is always a pleasure because to see a Tiger in the wilderness is a thrilling experience no matter how many times you see it.
At the end of November we were in Ranthambhore again, and we had the luck to be witness to an amazing lesson in Tiger lifestyle, given by the Tigress T-19 (Brat) to her two big boys, Akash & Suraj. (We know Yusuf doesn’t like these names but at the moment these are their unofficial names). Read More The Last Lesson
With the news of so many new cubs in Ranthambhore, in this post we bring you an extract from a book authored by two great ‘tiger-walas’ of Ranthambhore – Fateh Singh Rathore and Valmik Thapar. Read about their experience of a large male tiger and his role in the upbringing of cubs from their book Tigers : The Secret Life published in 1989. Read More Tigers : The Secret Life