64 Wildlife Holidays in India

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Item Code: NAE179
Author: Manju+Rastogi
Publisher: Outlook Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
Edition: 2007
ISBN: 8189449028
Pages: 719 (Throughout Color Illustraions)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.0 inch x 5.5 inch
Weight 700 gm
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There is something so magical and exciting about being in a forest that for many of us, a visit to the wilderness ranks as one of our best holiday experi- ences. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that we are in a territory where the rules are different, where life is dictated by the sun streaming in through the trees or the moodiness of a cloud-filled sky. Perhaps it comes from the knowledge that in the heart of animal ter- rain, we are all too human, merely passers-by who should remember not to overstay our welcome.

Whatever the reason, the sighting of an animal in its own surroundings, on its own terms, makes for a breathtaking moment, one that can make you a con- vert forever. Outlook Traveller Getaways' Wildlife Holidays in India taps into many such moments, spread across several sanctuaries and states.

This guidebook comes to you at a time when our forests are under immense pressure and scrutiny, when 'poaching' and 'protected areas' have unfortunately become bedfellows. It's impossible, therefore, to mention wildlife tourism without bringing up the events that have made headlines in the past one year, and not just because tourists will no longer find tigers in Sariska or Siberian cranes in Keoladeo Ghana. Their absence is as much a telling comment of the extent to which nature has suffered at human hands as it's a warning of the troubles in store if this destruction were to continue. As a testimony to this truth, this book not only tells you where to stay or which safari to opt for - important factors as they are for an excellent holiday - but also reminds you that once you step into the wild, it's best to leave behind nothing but your footprints.

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