wildlife safaris (2)

Journey Into the Wild in Rajasthan, India

The peacock crowed, chitals (the spotted deer) sprinted, the sambhar (the horned antler) gave a call, the langurs (Black faced monkeys) leaped and screeched.

The engine power cut, with perceptible palpitation, and with excited anticipation, eight pairs of eyes searched and scanned for the object of all the noise and commotion, and the main purpose for this trip - Presence of a tiger on the prowl !!!

Welcome to Ranthambore National Park. we waited reversed the gypsy jeep and headed to where the r
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The authorised tourism body of Uganda has decreased the price tag on a gorilla permit to help entice more tourists to the nation which has half of the mountain gorillas left in the whole world.

The Uganda Wildlife Authority has consequently reduced the fees from $500 to $350 per permit for each gorilla safari  trek. This has been done at a time when two new gorilla families have been introduced in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in Uganda. Basing on the words from the UWA Director, D
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