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A Wonderful Start to Sher Bagh’s 15th Season!

The SUJAN family reached a milestone this month as Sher Bagh was re-opened to celebrate it’s 15th season in Ranthambhore. To mark the occasion, Jaisal & Anjali Singh decided to take this opportunity to re-launch Sher Bagh and take the camp to an even higher level of comfort and luxury for their family, friends and guests. Over the summer the teams have been hard at work and visitors to the camp B this year will find it has had a complete make over. Enjoy newly designed tents, each with extended bathrooms, larger living space and eye catching new upholstery designed by Anjali Singh and hand embroidered by her team of incredibly skilled artisans. Spacious, light and even more comfortable than before they have already been a big hit with guests! Read More A Wonderful Start to Sher Bagh’s 15th Season! »

Tiger! Tiger! A New Season at Sher Bagh, Ranthambhore

As the temperatures slowly start to drop, so approaches the opening of the new Tiger Season in India. We at SUJAN’s Sher Bagh are delighted to announce that we will be opening our doors for the 15th year. During the closed period we have done some refurbishment’s and changes which we know you will love. For now, however, let us focus on the tigers. It is estimated that this season there are over 50 tigers in Ranthambhore National Park, and statistically speaking Ranthambhore must be one of the best parks in the world to see a wild Tiger. Our guides are experienced, professional and enthusiastic – we can promise that they will go all out to give you the best possible chance to see the biggest cat on earth. If that were not enough to convince you then maybe the fact that this season there are currently at least 8 cubs in Ranthambhore. Whilst we know that nothing in nature can be planned, this season, the chances of seeing a tiger cub are as good as ever! Read More Tiger! Tiger! A New Season at Sher Bagh, Ranthambhore »

The Best Leopard Encounters in India

JAWAI Leopard Camp sensitively and responsibly allows you access to one of India’s most secretive cats. The camp is perfectly situated in the heart of one of the densest leopard populations in the world. Our team of naturalists will provide you with an incredible journey through this unique landscape. Back at camp, our friendly staff will tend to your every need; ensuring that your stay at SUJAN’s JAWAI Leopard Camp is perfect. Having already received the CNBC’s 2014 Award for Best Wildlife Experience in India, we are looking to grow and improve even further. Read More The Best Leopard Encounters in India »

The Delhi of Old

It’s not everyones cup of tea, but I like to sometimes play with black and white. After yet another weekend of exploring Old Dehli I got back home and downloaded the pictures. I was playing around a bit in photoshop and liked the style created in converting to Black and White and then overexposing followed by crushing the blacks. For a number of the pictures I then added some noise (grain) to the picture for that little something different. For me the textures, energy, noise, energy and feel of Old Dehli is quite effectively portrayed in this very simple post- processing. Read More The Delhi of Old »

JAWAI – taking guiding to the next level

At JAWAI we aim to give you, the guest, the best guided experience in India. And we mean it. As a team we are continually looking for ways to improve ourselves, test ourselves and grow. We have assembled a team of partly Indian, partly South African naturalists who will strive to change the face of guiding as you know it. One of the best aspects of JAWAI is that it allows us the flexibility to run things at our own times, go for walks and truly come to grips with one of the worlds most dramatic landscapes, unhindered by regulation. The Leopard population is obviously our focus, but we are determined to convey to you the story of culture, history and life in this part of rural India. It is different from anything else and we aim to push the boundaries of the experience. Read More JAWAI – taking guiding to the next level »

The Taj Mahal

The 68th Indian Independence Day meant for a long weekend of festivities and exploration. I walked the length and breadth of Delhi nearly wearing holes in the soles of my shoes. On Saturday night I made a spur of the moment decision that on my third visit to India it was about time for me to see the Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal page, in my guide book, is curled up and dirtied so much by me reading, re-reading and reading again the page dedicated to the greatest symbol of love! I decided that enough was enough – it was time to visit one of the great Wonders of the World. Read More The Taj Mahal »

Delhi with an iPhone

Carrying a large DSLR camera whilst exploring a foreign city is not always practical. It makes you stand out (more so than you would already) and draws unwanted attention. In my opinion a big camera can also create a little bit of tension and can create an immediate barrier when meeting and interacting with locals. I spent last Sunday, map in hand, walking around Old Dehli. I was alone and did not feel like carrying my camera…so I charged up my iPhone and decided to snap a few shots of my memorable day. I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. Enjoy my day in Delhi… Read More Delhi with an iPhone »

Why I have returned to JAWAI!

After a lengthy break back home in South Africa I have returned for another season with SUJAN in India. I so enjoyed my first season helping set up, run and develop JAWAI that I simply had to return for more. Currently I am based in the head offices in Delhi helping out with odds and ends with regards to all the camps, but my heart is set on returning to JAWAI. Read More Why I have returned to JAWAI! »

The other mother

While the legendary Machhli (T16) is celebrated the world over as the quintessential queen mother of Ranthambhore and global concern over her advancing age and failing health has reached obsessive and hysterical proportions, there is another Grande Dame that is quietly writing her own chapter in the history book of Ranthambhore tigers. Read More The other mother »

The Mara in Black and White

There is something special about black and white photography. Perhaps by removing the colours you remove distractions, forcing the viewer to focus on the contents of the picture and the story that it is attempting to portray? Read More The Mara in Black and White »