Magical Scotland, something we heard all along as we planned our Scotland roadtrip and with this trip being one of our finest driving experiences, we can only agree about how truly magical the place is! Read more
Glorious San Francisco!
A trip to San Francisco on west coast was always high on the list, question was when?! We wanted to avoid the New Year crowds and eventually planned our trip in end Jan 2018 – which made it our 1st trip of 2018. With 3 days at hand, we planned on visiting San Francisco and also a day trip to Monterey; and surely Monterey is one of the most beautiful places we have visited. Read more
Colours galore @ the Great Smoky Mountains!
As soon as I got my US driving license done, the first trip we planned was to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Some quick help from Trip Advisor forum & we were set to explore this beautiful mountain range along Tennessee and North Carolina. Read more
the amazing Yellowstone!
Thanks to unavailability of desired accommodation at Yosemite, a tour Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Park happened! & obviously the Yellowstone part of the tour was the most awaited! We did have some ‘weathery’ worries but nature does throw up surprises in its own way.. very beautiful & pleasant surprises! Read more
Macro photography tour to Amboli hills!
Monsoon season is macro photography season and Amboli is one of our regular destinations to catchup with the variety of reptiles, amphibians and other species that show-up during the torrential rains. We at Wild India Eco Tours visited Amboli last weekend (14-16 July 2017) with a small group of like-minded folks. Apart from the regular Malabar pit vipers, Green vine snakes and gliding frogs, we had some fantastic sightings of Caecilian, Beddome’s keelback, Marbled frog and even witnessed a Cicada giving birth! Read more
Wildlife at Mayureshwar Sanctuary, Pune
Situated at around 70 KMs from Pune, Mayureshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Tehsil Baramati in Pune district. The sanctuary is mostly made up of dry deciduous scrub forest and has a variety of flora and fauna specific to grasslands. Being a very small sanctuary (smallest in India), it can be easily covered in a day and is one of our favourite places for bird-watching as we have come across a good number of bird species as well mammals in the sanctuary. Read more