Located in the heart of India’s tiger country, Taj Safaris, India’s first and only luxury wildlife circuit celebrates International Tiger Day by bringing to life stories of the forests. The four-part webinar series, Nature Talks with Taj Safaris, hosted from July 29th till September 4th, will give viewers a glimpse into the fascinating world of the animal kingdom.
Unravel the secrets of nature curated by the expert naturalists of Taj Safaris. Head Naturalist Karun Verma from Mahua Kothi, A Taj Safari – Bandhavgarh National Park, will focus on the conservation of the elusive striped cat guarding the entire ecosystem. Exposing the pranks of nature’s tweeting con artist, Naturalists Akash Panchbudhe and Vipul Turkar from Baghvan, A Taj Safari – Pench National Park, will talk about the cuckoo birds’ survival story, while the Head Naturalist Narayan Rangaswami from Banjaar Tola, A Taj Safari – Kanha National Park, will emphasize on the return of the enamouring Barasingha. Fostering the unparalleled biodiversity of Panna, Naturalists Kopal Thakur and Bopanna Yohaan from Pashan Garh, A Taj Safari – Panna National Park, will speak on the kinds of topographies that the jungles boast of.
Taj Safaris offers the ultimate wildlife experience, based on its ethos that is deeply rooted in social and conservation principles. Built on a proven sustainable ecotourism model, Taj Safaris has established numerous development programs that ensure engagement surrounding the neighbouring communities in making small, yet meaningful differences.
The safari drives conducted by naturalists enables travellers to witness the wild through their eyes, providing an unparalleled experience in the midst of some of the world’s most renowned National Parks in India and Nepal.
About Taj Safaris
Breaking new ground in India, Taj Safaris offers India’s first and only luxury wildlife circuit. Its four lodges based in India’s tiger heartland, Madhya Pradesh and one in Chitwan National Park, Nepal; provide guests with the ultimate wildlife experience. Taj Safaris’ lodges are founded on sustainable tourism principles and its specially-trained naturalists offer an interpretive and unforgettable wildlife experience coupled with the legendary service that the Taj is renowned for.
Taj Safaris first opened its doors at Mahua Kothi—Bandhavgarh National Park in 2006. Three more lodges complete the Madhya Pradesh wildlife circuit: Baghvan—Pench National Park, Pashan Garh – Panna National Park and Banjaar Tola – Kanha National Park. In 2016, Taj Safaris opened its first international lodge, Meghauli Serai—Chitwan National Park.