The Natural Wonderland of Sikkim

Not only is Sikkim famous for its stunning mountains and tranquil lakes, but it is also well-known for its plentiful and diverse flora and fauna. Sikkim is located in the Himalayas, which are a mountain range that offer breathtaking views. The state of Sikkim, which is located in the foothills of the lower Himalayas, is …

Flora and Fauna of Lakshadweep Islands

A living testimony to the magnificent beauties of nature, the Lakshadweep archipelago is located in the Arabian Sea and boasts unsurpassed splendour. With its myriad of islets and 36 coral islands, this tropical paradise is home to a breathtaking variety of land and marine animals, as well as beautiful white sand beaches and sparkling lagoons. …

Tea Gardens in Kerala: A Verdant Symphony

The beautiful state of Kerala is located in southern India, between the tranquil Arabian Sea and the towering Western Ghats. One of the most beautiful and stunning tourist spots in India, the Tea Gardens are located in the southern Indian state of Kerala, which is famous for its verdant landscapes, peaceful backwaters, and lively culture. …

Unveiling Kashmir’s Wildlife

When you embark on a trip through the ethereal landscapes of Kashmir, you are not only treated to a visual feast for the senses; you are also immersed in a world where the splendour of nature blends in perfect harmony with the myriad of fascinating animals that make this heavenly area their home. Beyond the …

Visit Yala National Park In Sri Lanka

The diversity which Sri Lanka upholds, despite being so tiny, is unfathomable. This tear-shaped island country on the Indian ocean is home to various species of birds, animals, insects, plants, and flowers and is a great example of wildlife conservation for the entire world. This is proven in the large number of national parks that …

Ranthambore National Park

Ranthambore National Park holds a significant status in the tourism sector of India with its distinct class and charm. However, the Ranthambore National Park is not one of the biggest National parks in India, but surely it is the most famous one. Situated in the vicinity of the Aravali hills and Vindhya plateau, the Ranthambore …

Kyongnosla Alpine Wildlife Sanctuary

Envelope Into The Wild Of Sikkim

The dense forests, hills, and mountains of Sikkim are home to various animal species from musk deer and red panda to bharal or blue sheep, the Himalayan black bear, and the exclusive snow leopard. Due to encroachments, and climate change, many of these are endangered and threatened. The lowland forests of Sikkim are home to …

Explore Wilds of the North East India

Kaziranga National Park – Assam Kaziranga, the first National Park of Assam was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. The park is spread over 430 sq. kms. of lush, dense forest area on the southern banks of Brahmaputra and is the famous home of the great Indian One Horned Rhinoceros, which …

Wildlife Sanctuaries of Kerala

Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary is the first wildlife sanctuary in Kerala and it’s purposefully established on both the Indian and foreigner tourist trails and known for its scenic lake cruise. But if you dig deeper, perhaps on a trek with a tribal villager or an ex-poacher, Periyar’s hilly jungle scenery takes on a wild, magical feel. …