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Snorkeling in Great Barrier Reef, Australia by Travel Jaunts
Some trips we remember for the happy experience we have and the others for the learning we get. This was one of those in the latter category. Had never been on any long hrs cruise before and with no idea about our tolerance levels, this was our venture directly into the pacific sea for the...
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3 months of Coronavirus driven lockdown was tough life for many of us, from many perspectives. Hence when the lockdown was eased up and traveling was opened, we were keen to get out and quench our wanderlust. In these times, taking precautions and studying what options are safest for travel and stay are very necessary,...
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Gazelles in action in Samburu Kenya by Travel Jaunts
We mostly get to hear about Masai Mara in Kenya but do you know that there are 54 national parks in Kenya and one of those lesser known ones is Samburu National Park on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro river. Samburu is 350 kms  from Nairobi and this was our first  & one of...
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Mother Cheetah with her cubs
We were quite excited to leave Masaimara (Mara for short) for Serengeti (Geti for short and cool). We had reasons to be. We had seen almost everything there was in wildlife (except Leopard) in Mara, where every safari session was pure awesome. And now, Serengeti – which is ten times the size of Mara –...
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Bandhavgarh- Jungles of MP
How could I miss this one in MP ( Madhya Pradesh, India) given that the density of tiger population at Bandhavgarh is one of highest known.  I had been to Pench, Tadoba, Kanha but Bandhavgarh was long pending in my list. And so, last October though I was supposed to go to Rajasthan, I twisted and...
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We were in a sullen mood a day before. Serengeti National Park  was turning out to be a real pain. First, it was such a huge park that one needs to drive for hours before one could see something crawling at a distance and hope it was a predator. Second, roads are fairly limited within...
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Elephant family by Travel Jaunts
Coincidently, we end up taking our child to all sorts of places, in sorts of traveling modes and let him meet life with all sorts of stories and that’s why Manas becomes an important part of our north-east travel story Surprisingly, many people born and brought up in Assam don’t seem to have heard of...
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Elephants Safari in Kaziranga by travel Jaunts
240km away from Guwahati’s Bordoloi airport lies the Rhino land of Kaziranga. While Rhino seekers can divert themselves to the nearby Pobitora (45km away) for a quick dekko, the awe is only felt in the Rhino swagger territory of Kaziranga. And for that, you need to be here. Kaziranga is overflowing with Rhinos. Not for...
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This was my first time to Assam. Landed at the Guwahati airport and booked a local cab for Pobitara. Looking at us the driver asked me, ‘ madam do you have a home in Pobitora’? I could understand his confusion. People from Bangalore, only a lady and a kid, in north east, in Assam and...
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It’s an irony that once a tiger nation where the presence of tigers literally disturbed common  life in many regions, now has become a nation where tiger sightings even in deep forests is a matter of luck. There has been improvement in the no. of tigers since last couple of years in India but the...
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Nagarhole Forest by Travel Jaunts
It does feel totally blessed to be able to spend the night literally under the sky with stars and the moon above, in a cottage which has an open roof and is situated near the banks of a river. And am talking about a distance of just 220 plus km from Bangalore.  Amazing right? This place...
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There was a time when I used to stay in Pachmarhi, coming to cities used to be so exciting. Really! Eyes would glow simply at the site of so many shops as there was hardly any shopping market in Pachmarhi. Limited things, limited choices.And now that we have been staying in Bangalore for so many...
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Unlike many countries, India is huge with diversity in every sense from regions to weather conditions, to culture & heritage. If you are coming for the first time to India, it may get perplexing as to what to do and what to leave. First time to India–This is how you should plan. In this blog, lets try...
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A middle class Indian nuclear family decides to travel to Ramnagar, one Indian summer of April. It is the nearest train head for India’s most famous tiger reserve – The Corbett Tiger Reserve. It sounds like one of those most read and commonly set scenes of scores of Victorian novels based on the dusty bowls...
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River Kabini
Bangalore to Kabini river lodge Born in Pachmarhi, my love for jungles still runs through my bloodstream. One of the reasons I get sweepingly sentimental over weekends if I don’t get to go out of the concrete walls of my home. I need to breathe directly beneath the sky and refresh my olefactory system in the vicinity...
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Bhuj, Gujarat
Family Vacation Ideas Rann Festival in Gujarat One day before my anointed travel date and I was still struggling for tickets calling up Indian railways  & Gujarat tourism, using every related and unrelated trump card and contemplating on my last minute air travel. All this, for my  maiden entry to Thepla-Fafda land. I had only...
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Munnar
Hill Stations India Traveling to Ooty Jack & Jill yet again to the hills… Due to ‘Monday Blues’ on friday morning,Mr. Jack calls up as soon as he reaches office,’ let’s do Mysore over weekend.On sat,at Mysore… lets do the Bandipur safari.On sunday at Bandipur …why not drive till Ooty ( hill station near Bangalore) Driving...
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