April 22, 2010
India is renowned and revered for the marvelous manifestation of its rich cultures in every field. It has also mesmerizing natural beauty to leave the travelers spellbound. India is the paradise of wildlife with innumerable varieties of flora and fauna that is riding the waves with adventure aficionados for ages. They drink to the jungle beauty to their heart’s content out of their love for wildlife. The inescapable majestic appeal of the forest lies in its solemn serenity that is often cleaved by the cacophony of the nocturnal creatures will get the shudder of fear slithering down your spine.
A visit to the Corbett Tiger Reserve will be great an adventure for the wildlife lovers. Situated at a distance of almost 250Km. from Delhi, the national capital of India, it is consecrated from the uproars of daily life to let your frayed nerves enjoy some dollops relaxation. The Corbett Tiger Reserve is a colorful collage of breath-taking natural artifices embodying green beauty. The seamless mingling of the dark green canopies overhead with the sprawling green floors of the forest vivifies the mood of the travelers in the wilderness.
The place brags of its rich bio-diversity, the decline of which has been a great concern with the environmentalists. The indiscriminate poaching of rare wild animals is posing a threat to their existence in the Corbett Tiger Reserve. The pollution free air of the surrounding is soothing to breathe in. The harmonious coexistence of wild creatures such as tigers, hyenas, lions and several other species facing the threat of extinction has added to the wild charm of the jungle.
Let your mind run free to sip ecstasy and euphoria from the chalice of wild beauty that manifests itself also in the unrestrained movements of the animals. You can explore the beauty of the jungle by riding on an elephant or driving a jeep and visiting the awe-inspiring sites of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. This safari will satiate the deep desires of the passionate wildlife lovers and also ties your knot with the strangely bewitching beauty of the forest.
February 4, 2010
India earns a greater chunk of foreign currency from its travel and tourism industry. India having panoramic beauty of nature and its colorful artifices has established its identity as one of the must-to-be-explored destinations among the wildlife lovers.
India is the best mirror to unity in diversity. It has not only been the hub of varied tongues, cultures, religions but also the home to rich wildlife. One may plod on the sandy surface of deserts under scorching sunlight, bask into the soothing sunshine when the surging waves thrash on the seashore, take a drink to the pristine beauty of snow-crested mountains. But for wildlife lovers, the reserve forests of India are the main attractions to chance upon mammals, reptiles, birds and many rare species of animals, some of which are on the way to extinction.
Till a decade ago, India was the safe abode of a wide range of wildlife animals. The serenity of the reserve forests and sanctuaries is the perfect ambience for their existence and survival. People out of greed for their loaves and fishes or superstitious beliefs are endangering their lives. Indian government has enforced stringent laws that have borne not so much relevant results, as far as the urgency for wildlife protection is concerned.
Indian tourism is booming. And, the wildlife of India has a vital role to play in this field. The tourism industry has taken initiatives to set up hotels nearby forest areas, make safari arrangements for wildlife travelers to explore the forests. Keeping in mind the pouring of foreign money, the tourism industry is eyeing on providing more facilities for the comfort and convenience of foreign travelers.
It is disheartening that the nexus between poachers and forest guards is playing a fly in the ointment and thwart most of the efforts to spread a canopy of protection over the wild species especially the endangered ones. The number of tigers is dwindling at a cracking pace. A good number of various species are facing either rapid or slow death with every passing day. It is the ripe time to raise our voice unanimously against the brutal act of poaching and contribute in our own way to boost the development of wild life tourism in India.