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HILLMAN INDIA ADVENTURE
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South India: Gallery 11
Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary
TIGER JUNGLE SAFARI I
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CONTENTS
PHOTO GALLERIES and TRAVEL NOTES
01 | 02 | 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 |
The jeep safari was fun! Roads through the forest were actually paved for the most part. Some parts were pretty rough but nothing like the dirt paths in movies. 

Our first stop was beside a river ford -- a popular place for wallowing elephants. Our telephoto lenses helped us to get some good photos. Carrying on we caught fleeting glimpses of many animals and animals -- many of them were hidden among the foliage, making camera shots rather difficult. 

But we got some good photos of small birds, peacock-like birds, spotted deer and wild bison. The sambar deer are like our elk and are the food-of-choice for the Bengal tigers. 

We were hoping to catch sight of the tigers -- there are scores roaming all across this reserve, but they tend to stay away from the safari trails -- perhaps we should have been thankful for that :) 


BOARDING OUR SAFARI JEEP TO LEAVE THE RESORT
Sue-On in the back of the jeep with two of our two tour compadres

Young locals on a sports field


THE JUNGLE SAFARI BEGINS
We meet our first wild creatures


RIVERSIDE STOP
Elephant Morning Bath Ritual





CARRY ON THROUGH THE JUNGLE




Numerous controlled fires along the side of the safari trail

Next Stop: The Halfway Overlook

GALLERY 11
Gallery 11
TIGER JUNGLE SAFARI

1. Jeep Safari 1 :: 2. Safari ::  Outtakes 1 ::  Outtakes 2


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