For the first time we’ve put together a programme, where we’ll solely be on the look-out for the magnificent – Tiger. However, we will look for other animals too, which have always interested us and the participants who’ve come with us. We will be heading to Sariska, where the tiger population is near extinction and hence a rigorous vigil is maintained to save the species. Get more insights into factors leading to tigers’ extinction and measures adopted by conservationists and scientists to protect its population.
We’ll then head to Ranthambore, where conservation has played its good hand in maintaining a healthy wildlife population. We will also visit a river brutalized by human interference and search an animal far in dire situation than tigers – the Gharial. Last we heard, the numbers of Gharials were as low as 150. All of this over seven days may be tiring for some. But to be able to spot any of these animals in the wild and understand the nuances of conservation, is sure worth the time and effort!
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