Tiger Safari in India
Updated: Jul 6, 2019
Madhya Pradesh, India; the land that inspired the Jungle Book. The heart of Incredible India, home to one of the most powerful predators on earth. A symbol of strength, agility and grace, they radiate power and inspire awe. The tiger appears and disappears in the thick forests that camouflage it perfectly.
We have lost 97% of our wild tiger population in the last century. Today, India is home to 70% of the worlds wild tigers. Through conservation efforts, their population has doubled from 1,500 to over 3,000 in the last decade. Gives hope for endangered predators around the world. I am incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to encourage travelers to experience India's diversity of adventure.
While in India, I had the privilege to work along side and produce a short piece on world renowned travel photographer @markedwardharrisphoto. I've been inspired by his energy and ability to stay focused since we met in Nepal back in 2015. He’s traveled to 98 countries including 10 trips to North Korea.
"Better to look and see, and go for what Cartier-Bresson calls the decisive moment.” - Mark Edward Harris