Thursday, August 3, 2017

Love nature? Here are three trips you can plan in September

Head into the wild
Set out to the national parks of Ranthambore in Rajasthan and Kanha in Madhya Pradesh as soon as they reopen post the monsoon. Both are havens for spotting tigers, besides other wildlife like leopards, sloth bears, Indian bison and spotted dear.
From: September 29 to October 3
At: Ranthambore
Cost: '16,000 plus GST
From: September 30 to October 2
At: Kanha National Park
Cost: '19,500 plus GST;
Call: 24306658
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Venture into Ladakh
Experience the beauty of Ladakh through an eight-day trip that starts from Srinagar and ends in Leh. Explore Drass (the second coldest inhabited place in the world), hike up the Tiger Hill, camp at a home-stay in Shargol village near Mulbek, soak in the serene setting of Lamayuru Monastary and head on a winding climb to Khardung La in the Nubra Valley.
From: September 2 to 9
Call: 8080122441
Cost: '34,800 plus GST

Enjoy a photo date with frogs
Sign up for a two-night three-day photo tour of Amboli, a biodiversity hotspot located deep within the dense foliage of the Sahyadris in southern Maharashtra. Learn macro photography techniques from wildlife experts, who will help you take shots of Amboli Tree Frog, Malabar Gliding Frog, Koyna Toad, Fungoid Frog and Malabar Pit Viper.
From: September 8 to 10
Call: 61818464
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Cost: 10,000 (inclusive taxes)

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