India Wildlife Backpacking Adventure Travel to Achanakmar Tiger Reserve

Achanakmar Wildlife Sanctuary of  Chhattisgarh

 

Through this India Adventure Traveling and Backpacking post we are going to explore ;Achanakmar Wildlife Sancutary which is well known as a famous tiger reserve is located in Mungeli District of beautiful Indian State Chattisgarh. Best time to arrive here is between November to May. It’s 55 Kms from Bilaspur, 72 kms from Amarkantak. Raipur airport is 165 Kms , Bilaspur Railway Station is 45 Kms, Pendra Road Bus stop 72 Kms, Amarkantak Bus stop is 57 Kms , Bilaspur Bus stop 45 Kms, Kota Railway Station is 15 Kms from here. Continue reading “India Wildlife Backpacking Adventure Travel to Achanakmar Tiger Reserve”

Backpacking Adventure Traveling to Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary of Shimla

Wildlife Adventure and Fun in Shimla Hill Station

 

 

Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary is one of world’s most beautiful  Adventure Travel & Backpacking destinations; located north of kufri, 8 Kms East of Shimla at an altitude of 1915 m to 2750 m, is a 20 minute drive from the city, via the Sanjauli-Dhalli Tunnel.  It is connected by a forest corridor to Chail Wildlife Sanctuary in the South. It Comprises a moderately steep catchment which is the main water supply for Shimla. Nine perennial streams flow from this area, the main ones being Churat Nala and God Ki Nala. Mean annual rainfall is 1600mm and temperatures range from 5.4 C to 32 C. Meteorological data are also available from nearby at Shimla at 2,200m.  Continue reading “Backpacking Adventure Traveling to Water Catchment Wildlife Sanctuary of Shimla”

Adventure Travel and Backpacking to Rajaji National Park of Uttrakhand

Come Closer to Nature in Rajaji Tiger Reserve

 

 

It is a famous Tiger Reserve that encompasses the Shivaliks, near the foothills of the Himalayas. The park is spread over 820 km2 and three districts of Uttarakhand; Saharanpur, Dehradun and Pauri Garhwal. In 1983, three wildlife sanctuaries in the area namely, Chilla, Motichur and Rajaji sanctuaries were merged into one. It is nestled between the Shivalik ranges and the Indo-Gangetic plains. Broadleaved deciduous forests, riverine vegetation, scrubland, grasslands and pine forests form the range of flora in this park. Continue reading “Adventure Travel and Backpacking to Rajaji National Park of Uttrakhand”