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Recently I have finished my 61 days overland trip which we had started from Delhi on 25th of Jan and ended up in Gangtok on 31st March then I headed on to Bhutan for another 15 Days. (contact - info@prayaanindiaoverland.com)

On my trip I have been to

1-Bharatpur

2-Ranthambore national park

3-Desert national park

4- Bera

5- Little rann of kutch

5- Gir national park

6-Blackbuck national park

7- Pench national park

8- Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

9- Satkosia tiger reserve

10- Sundarbans

11- Gorumara national park

 

I was long trip but I really enjoyed a lot. I have seen lots of wildlife Right from small Rat to Giant elephant to ferocious Tiger.

I hope you will enjoy my pictures.

 

 

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Darter (Snake bird) - Bharatpur bird sanctuary

 

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Ruins of Ranthambore fort

 

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Thar desert

 

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Wildass from Little rann of kutch

 

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Asiatic lions - Gir national park

 

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Blackbucks - Blackbuck national park

 

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Pench national park

 

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Sambar deer with calf

 

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Sloth beer - Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

 

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Indian gaur

 

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Brown fish own - satkosia tiger reserve

 

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Indian giant squirrel

 

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welcome to the land of Man-eating Tigers - Sundarban tiger reserve

 

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Water monitor lizard - One of the world's largest lizards of the world - Sundarbans tiger reserve

 

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Royal bangal tiger from Sundarbans photo credit - saumyajit nandi

 

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Gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

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Asiatic elephants in gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Impressive trip. You certainly travelled a long way and got to see plenty of wildlife. Thanks for sharing it.

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That´s quite an extensive trip, lucky you, must have been wonderful. Thanks for sharing. I would be very interested to hear a bit more about the Sunderbans, could you tell us how gameviewing works there? All by boat, I assume? And what kind of animals do you get to see there? From what I read it seems you would have to be very lucky to see a tiger there?

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@@wilddog - we certainly traveled a lot! nearly 15000 Km and so many different national parks covering different habitats. Soon going to post more pics.

 

@@Michael - Glad that you enjoyed my pics. Sunderbans is unique. You live and travel in a houseboat for 3 days... exploring different water channels. Animals that you see are spotted deer, wild boar, tiger if you are really lucky (we were lucky), monkey, reptiles, mud skippers, small cats like jungle cat, leopard cat, fishing cat etc, and offcourse hundreds of birds. We are going there again in Dec this year.

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~ @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler

 

That's such an evocative image — it gives the feeling of being there, on the camel.

I really like the composition and perspective.

Thank you for sharing your trip images. It was a rewarding journey!

Tom K.

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Thank you for posting these - you really saw a wide variety of environments and wildlife - I really like the sloth bear!

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Thank you @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler - you were very fortunate in your wildlife encounters and you are generous to share them with us. Fantastic list - Tiger, Sloth Bear, Brown Fish Owl, Asiatic Lion, Fishing cat, and so on.

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Tough long journey! Excellent images so far. Waiting for more stunners!

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Excellent. Cool to see a wildlife focused overland trip in India. I used to lead overland trips through India (90+ days) and it's a lot of work! Are your clients mostly international or local?

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Recently I have finished my 61 days overland trip which we had started from Delhi on 25th of Jan and ended up in Gangtok on 31st March then I headed on to Bhutan for another 15 Days. (contact - info@prayaanindiaoverland.com)

On my trip I have been to

1-Bharatpur

2-Ranthambore national park

3-Desert national park

4- Bera

5- Little rann of kutch

5- Gir national park

6-Blackbuck national park

7- Pench national park

8- Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

9- Satkosia tiger reserve

10- Sundarbans

11- Gorumara national park

 

I was long trip but I really enjoyed a lot. I have seen lots of wildlife Right from small Rat to Giant elephant to ferocious Tiger.

I hope you will enjoy my pictures.

 

 

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Darter (Snake bird) - Bharatpur bird sanctuary

 

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Ruins of Ranthambore fort

 

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Thar desert

 

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Wildass from Little rann of kutch

 

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Asiatic lions - Gir national park

 

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Blackbucks - Blackbuck national park

 

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Pench national park

 

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Sambar deer with calf

 

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Sloth beer - Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

 

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Indian gaur

 

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Brown fish own - satkosia tiger reserve

 

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Indian giant squirrel

 

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welcome to the land of Man-eating Tigers - Sundarban tiger reserve

 

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Water monitor lizard - One of the world's largest lizards of the world - Sundarbans tiger reserve

 

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Royal bangal tiger from Sundarbans photo credit - saumyajit nandi

 

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Gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

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Asiatic elephants in gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61 days, WOW! I am not an envious person, but.....................

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@@ellenhighwater

 

I used to lead overland trips through India (90+ days)

 

Perhaps if you have time you could compile a selection of experiences and stories from these trips into 1 report? With photos? :)

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Animals that you see are spotted deer, wild boar, tiger if you are really lucky (we were lucky), monkey, reptiles, mud skippers, small cats like jungle cat, leopard cat, fishing cat etc, and offcourse hundreds of birds. We are going there again in Dec this year.

 

How lucky would you need to be to see those smaller cats?

 

Looking forward to more pictures!

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Your post is like my Indian Mammals guide, except you have more than mammals. I too am impressed with your smaller cats!

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~ @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler

 

That's such an evocative image — it gives the feeling of being there, on the camel.

I really like the composition and perspective.

Thank you for sharing your trip images. It was a rewarding journey!

Tom K.

 

 

Thank you Tom Kellie for such a beautiful comment. Kindly accept my apology for late reply.

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Thank you for posting these - you really saw a wide variety of environments and wildlife - I really like the sloth bear!

I really aprreciate your comment. Yeah, Sloth bear we Had seen in Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary, this sanctuary is very untouched and not very famous but very good place for sloth bear and leopard sightins.

Kindly accept my apology for late reply.

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Thank you @@Deeptiwildlifetraveler - you were very fortunate in your wildlife encounters and you are generous to share them with us. Fantastic list - Tiger, Sloth Bear, Brown Fish Owl, Asiatic Lion, Fishing cat, and so on.

Thanks you so much, fortunately my job takes me to so many places and I get a chance to see lots of wildlife.

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@@Koshy thank you for your comment. I travel quite a lot and besically long run trips throughtour india.

Kindly accept my apology for late reply.

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Excellent. Cool to see a wildlife focused overland trip in India. I used to lead overland trips through India (90+ days) and it's a lot of work! Are your clients mostly international or local?

@@ellenhighwater Yeah I own a overland travel company and we are focusing on wildlife and little bit of culture aswell, because if someone is coming from overseas and spending lots of money to come in india so they want to see wildlife and culture both, so most of the trip which we have had 80% wildlife and 20% culture. we do have international guest, Indian do travel with us on an overland camping trips but they are not very friendly with this concept so they do hop on hop off but big trips like for 45 days, 50 days, 60 days are basically done by international guest.

My upcoming trip is 45 days South India trip and it will start from 13th October and again we have international guest from australia and USA.

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Recently I have finished my 61 days overland trip which we had started from Delhi on 25th of Jan and ended up in Gangtok on 31st March then I headed on to Bhutan for another 15 Days. (contact - info@prayaanindiaoverland.com)

On my trip I have been to

1-Bharatpur

2-Ranthambore national park

3-Desert national park

4- Bera

5- Little rann of kutch

5- Gir national park

6-Blackbuck national park

7- Pench national park

8- Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

9- Satkosia tiger reserve

10- Sundarbans

11- Gorumara national park

 

I was long trip but I really enjoyed a lot. I have seen lots of wildlife Right from small Rat to Giant elephant to ferocious Tiger.

I hope you will enjoy my pictures.

 

 

attachicon.gifDSCN7001.JPG

Darter (Snake bird) - Bharatpur bird sanctuary

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0640.JPG

Ruins of Ranthambore fort

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0993.JPG

Thar desert

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0720.JPG

Wildass from Little rann of kutch

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0221.JPG

Asiatic lions - Gir national park

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0437.JPG

Blackbucks - Blackbuck national park

 

attachicon.gifDirt road 1.jpg

Pench national park

 

attachicon.gifDSCN9724.jpg

Sambar deer with calf

 

attachicon.gifDSCN9902.JPG

Sloth beer - Barnawapara wildlife sanctuary

 

attachicon.gifDSCN9961.JPG

Indian gaur

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0046.JPG

Brown fish own - satkosia tiger reserve

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0096.JPG

Indian giant squirrel

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0271.JPG

welcome to the land of Man-eating Tigers - Sundarban tiger reserve

 

attachicon.gifDSCN0276.JPG

Water monitor lizard - One of the world's largest lizards of the world - Sundarbans tiger reserve

 

attachicon.gifFB_20150320_21_47_16_Saved_Picture.jpg

Royal bangal tiger from Sundarbans photo credit - saumyajit nandi

 

attachicon.gifWP_20150320_06_43_43_Pro.jpg

Gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

attachicon.gifDSCN7690.JPG

Asiatic elephants in gorumara wildlife sanctuary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61 days, WOW! I am not an envious person, but.....................

 

Thanks for the comment and like the pictures. Kindly accept my apology for late reply.

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@@ellenhighwater

 

I used to lead overland trips through India (90+ days)

 

Perhaps if you have time you could compile a selection of experiences and stories from these trips into 1 report? With photos? :)

Hi @gamewarden,

I will definitely make a report of my trips. I was very busy from last one year with my back to back trips and work thats why I could reply aswell. but now M little bit free and hopefully i will be active again in this forum. I really appreciate your reply and comment. Very soon I will post trip report with picture.

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Animals that you see are spotted deer, wild boar, tiger if you are really lucky (we were lucky), monkey, reptiles, mud skippers, small cats like jungle cat, leopard cat, fishing cat etc, and offcourse hundreds of birds. We are going there again in Dec this year.

 

How lucky would you need to be to see those smaller cats?

 

Looking forward to more pictures!

 

Hi,

Smaller cats are spreaded all over India, it depends on you what you want to see. 15 Species of cats family are found in indian subcontinent and their habitat is different.

so You have to be very specific about which cat you want to see.

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