Welcome to my travel story cum photo-blog

Dear friends,

First of all, I would like to thank you for visiting my website. I am Suvayu, a native Calcuttan, traveler, jungle-lover and photographer by heart. Traveling to new places, meeting new people and knowing their life style, culture, heritage always rejuvenates me. But what enthralls me most is when I see myself in the lap of mother nature accompanied by magnificent wildlife.

I generally prefer travel solo, try to keep my budget tight, keep my carbon footprint low either by walking or using local transport. A true believer in “The kindness of strangers”,  I love to take the help from locals as much as possible.

My photo-blog is just a humble attempt to showcase some of my best images along with my experience.

Best.

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Rendezvous with the Golden Eye – Myth Demystified at Manas

In India’s famous national parks and sanctuaries (e.g. Corbett, Ranthambore, Tadoba), wildlife lovers and tourists can easily catch sight of the most charismatic and emblematic animal, the Bengal Tiger – India’s national animal. But the truly wild ones are found in North-east India (Assam and Arunachal Pradesh). With very limited interaction with humans, tigers in north-east India are actually elusive in true sense.

In my blog “Mesmerizing Manas – A True EDEN Of Natural Biodiversity” I have already shared my experience about the encounter with different exotic and rare species in Manas National Park. Somehow deep in my soul I was searching for something special, unexpected; needless to say I wanted to try my luck to witness the amazing feline, the evergreen royal beauty, the endangered Bengal Tiger. As they say, sighting of big cats in Manas National Park, unlike other celeb national parks in India is altogether a different ball game. But my lady luck had something special for me under her sleeves.

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