Experience beauty🗻🌅🐅 of Ranthambhore at Ranthambore Mount Valley Resort🏨
Check in at Ranthambore Mount Valley Resort to explore the Wildlife🐅🦘🐗🦁.
The wildlife 🐆🐂🐘🐀🦡sanctuary here is currently home to approximately 80 tigers and is also home to Ranthambhore Fort: a vast UNESCO World Heritage Site that overlooks the park and dates back 1,000 years.
Tiger Eyes...When people think of Nepal they immediately think of Everest, majestic Himalayan peaks, ancient Buddhist temples and John Krakauer’s “Into Thin Air.” But did you know that Nepal has the second largest population of Wild Tigers in the world. Since 2009 the number of wild tigers in Nepal has increased 69% and poaching has dropped to almost 0% due to strict policing and protection of these amazingly beautiful animals.
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white-rumped vulture is an Old World vulture native to South and Southeast Asia. It has been listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List since 2000, as the population severely declined. White-rumped vultures die of kidney failure caused by diclofenac poisoning.
„Had an amazing time in Mara. Despite the long grass and wet weather, we were extremely lucky and had an array of sightings that I never could have expected, one of which was of an animal I’ve been trying to find and photograph for the last 6 years, but that’s a story for another day. For now, here’s a beautiful leopardess known as Furaha from a couple of days back.“⠀
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We drove into the park and within less than fifteen minutes we got to see this beautiful cats on the road. They were the two siblings of T - 2's recent litter. They came close the inspect the vehicles and went back into the thickets.
The inquisitiveness of one of the sub adults was quite surprising and caught our attention. He came close to the road and went back in for about three to four times. He wasn't very sure of how to respond to the vehicles because of his shy nature. He snarled with discomfort at the end and hid himself deep in the bushes.
We at The Bamboo Forest Safari Lodge, have loved sharing this story with you, and shall bring you regularly as part of our Responsible Tourism Initiatives to raise awareness about the nature and culture of the environments we operate in.
Don of the sky - Peregrine Falcons are known to be fastest bird in the world.
Same like in India we have Shaheen Falcon which is local migrant called as Peregrine Falcon. These birds are great hunter
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With difficulty! A giraffe’s neck is too short to reach the ground. As a result, it has to awkwardly shuffle and spread its front legs to reach the ground for a drink of water. Fortunately giraffes only need to drink once every few days, as they can get most of their water from all the plants they eat.
Some parts of our world is so brutal that any creature surviving of them achives almost mythical status and when human and animal thrive in these conditions it becomes Legendary. HIMALAYAS : Where human animal thrive Together! is a film that talks about the story of living side by side with wild animals on world's most hostile environment.
Elusive, unpredictable and exuding an air of raw power, seeing a leopard in the wild is a safari experience that will stay with you for life. It’s hard not to feel inferior while watching these formidable predators.
Out on our first safari, we had booked one of the best zones in Ranthambore, zone number 3. We were unsuccessful in our attempts to track down the tiger for 2 hours even after hearing numerous alarm calls from Sambar and spotted deers. All the excitement seemed to be fading, but little did we know about the spectacle we were about to witness.
We decided to go back to the place where we had seen a few pugmarks at the start of our safari. Just as we moved our canter, we couldn't believe our luck as one of the participants spotted a leopard! Tucked down low, hidden in the grass, he was in full-blown stealth mode. Sitting on a rock adjacent to the road, he looked straight at us for a few seconds and then went deep into the woods.
Someone asked me, "How far can you crop an image before you share loosing sharpness?" Well, that really depends on the image and resolution of the image. But, I will try and give you a reference with this example. This image was shot on the Nikon Z7, at full 45.7 megapixels.