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  1. it was awesome to witness the success story of Panna National Park. T1 – the queen of Panna – is in great shape with her 4th litter of 2 cubs. The park has some tremendous potential and is an excellent tiger habitat. Photographers should watch out for Panna – another excellent location with great photographic potential.
  2. The changing tiger dynamics in Bandhavgarh and the absence of a dominant male tiger in the park who is capable of giving adequate protection to young cubs has resulted in a lack luster season for the famed Tala zone of the park. The focus has been on Makhdi and the Sookhi Patiha female which has been keeping the park busy throughout this season. Working on tiger cubs outside the Tala zone was a challenge and a different experience from my past Bandhavgarh endeavors. However we got 3 exclusive photo opportunities with the family over the 9 day period which were good enough for an excellent portfolio. More than the images tracking the family in the Patiha area and understanding some new areas of the park was a great learning experience. Here are some of the many moments I spent with this wonderful family in the far end of the Makhdi zone of the park.
  3. We are giving 10% discount to all our overland trip in India. Early birder will get some more discount. 15 Days Jabalpur to Jabalpur - 20 Days Delhi to Jabalpur - 22 Days Big cats of India - 31 Days Jabalpur to Dehradun - 33 Days Darjeeling to Bhubaneshwar - 36 Days Jabalpur to Gangtok - 61 Days Delhi to Gangtok - (Note - though we have fixed departure dates but it can be changed according to group size and your suitability) Prayaan India Overland is the first overland company based in India. We have authentic overland vehicle and experienced Group leaders. To get more about us - Check our vehicle here - Check pictures here - Interested people kindly mail us at - Contact -
  4. Hello, I Work as a tour leader with Prayaan India Overland. It is the first Overland company which is based in India. This October we are going to explore 25 different destinations of India in 2 months. The trip starts from Delhi and ends in Gangtok. Out of all the destinations that we explore about 80% will be wildlife areas and 20% will historical and cultural. Follow this link to get more information about the trip According to the link trip date is 15th Jan but due to its popularity we are doing in again. Date is 12th October (departure) till 15th dec. If you guys are Interested then mail me on Group bookings can get very good discounts. Google map of itinerary Thanks Deepti Goswami

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