I’m a little eager about responding to this week’s travel theme by Where’s My Backpack because I have a whole story to share about the forest(s) I’ve been to in the last two years. And while I haven’t gotten around to writing it down (what else is new, right?), for now I’m going to use this theme to share a few great pictures from the experience.
Every year, the office I used to work at, until recently, plans a short getaway. During the two years that I was there, I had the opportunity to visit two of India’s most coveted national parks – Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Rajasthan and Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh. Oh, how I’ve fallen in love with the forest and the wildlife that resides in it.
Though my experience at both these national parks deserve a separate post each, I can’t help but take advantage of this travel theme and show you how beautiful it is to be surrounded by nature that is (almost) untouched. So without further ado, here’s a look at the forest that is Kanha National Park:
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