- A Weekend with Olive Ridley Turtles in Velas is Just What You Should be
- Snuggled up in the Konkan belt is Velas, a beautiful crescent-shaped region, which houses the Olive Ridley Turtles. And not just a few numbers but about 40 per cent of Olive Ridley turtles live here.
- Travel special: Fort icons of Maharashtra
- Harishchandragadh Pic courtesy/Globaljourneys. Harishchandragadh: Ahmednagar It is one of the most sought-after forts among trekkers due to its challenging routes and mostly for the mighty Konkankada — a massive overhang, almost like a cobra's hood ...
- Leopards and Humans Peacefully Coexist in India
- Leopards and humans peacefully share the same densely populated rural landscape in western India, a new camera trap survey shows. The cameras caught leopards and other jungle cats, as well as hyenas and jackals, prowling close to houses through the ...
- Tourism project at Bhandardara shelved
- The Kalsubai peak, Harishchandragadh, Ratangadh, Malang, Randha Falls were to be developed for tourists. Trek routes and cycle routes were also included in the plan. Adventure, trekking, rappelling, and other sports activities were to be organised to ...
- Eco-tourism attracts more visitors this year in Nashik forest range
- NASHIK: Eco-tourism in Kalsubai-Harishchandragadh in the Nashik forest range, launched by the wildlife department of Nashik range in 2012, has seen twice the number of tourists this year. This Western Ghat belt was promoted for eco-tourism to conserve ...
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