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    VOL 2 | ISSUE 1 | MAR – MAY 2017

    In this issue, experience the mystical and enchanting forests of awesome assam, explore career opportunities in Adventure Tourism, acquaint yourself with Birdman of Chennai, the fastest Indian on a motor cycle and the 3 friends who conquered the Mongol Rally in a ‘Tata’ Nano. Feel the thrill of India Baja Rally & Desert Storm. Read about Sanjay Gubbi & Purnima Barman who won the Whitley award Equivalent to Oscar in conservation.

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    Vol 1 | Issue 5-6 | Nov 2016 - Jan 2017

    Vol 1 | Issue-5-6 | Nov-16 – Jan-17

    A bi-monthly magazine which focuses on, Adventure & Wildlife destinations, activities, issues faced by the industries, expert views on relevant issues, advice & suggestions, safety norms, guidelines, new technologies, equipments and hardware, gadgets, reviews, interviews etc.,

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    Vol 1 | Issue 4 | Sep 2016

    Vol 1 | Issue 4 | Sep 2016

    A bi-monthly magazine which focuses on, Adventure & Wildlife destinations, activities, issues faced by the industries, expert views on relevant issues, advice & suggestions, safety norms, guidelines, new technologies, equipments and hardware, gadgets, reviews, interviews etc.,

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    adventure and wildlife Magazine july 2016 vol 1 issue 3

    Vol 1 | Issue 3 | July 2016

    A bi-monthly magazine which focuses on, Adventure & Wildlife destinations, activities, issues faced by the industries, expert views on relevant issues, advice & suggestions, safety norms, guidelines, new technologies, equipments and hardware, gadgets, reviews, interviews etc.,

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    adventure and wildlife Magazine may 2016 vol 1 issue 2

    Vol 1 | Issue 2 | May 2016

    A bi-monthly magazine which focuses on, Adventure & Wildlife destinations, activities, issues faced by the industries, expert views on relevant issues, advice & suggestions, safety norms, guidelines, new technologies, equipments and hardware, gadgets, reviews, interviews etc.,

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    adventure and wildlife Magazine march 2016 vol 1 issue 1

    Vol 1 | Issue 1 | March 2016

    A bi-monthly magazine which focuses on, Adventure & Wildlife destinations, activities, issues faced by the industries, expert views on relevant issues, advice & suggestions, safety norms, guidelines, new technologies, equipments and hardware, gadgets, reviews, interviews etc.,

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  • Adventure

    We Jumped off a plane!!

    Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either adaring adventure, or nothing. – Helen KellerI’m so happy that my 12 year old daughter already understands these enlightening words, and has never shied away

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    Wildlife

    A sojourn to Valparai! The Ghat Section, I adore !!

    The traveler in me craved for a much needed short, simple, and a worthy trip… that’s how I just decided to go to Valparai in the month of August, 2016 with my friends. An interesting little hill station specked with tea plantations all over was the ideal getaway.

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    Endangered Lion-tailed Macaque

    The Lion-tailed Macaque has a mane of hair and a tail that makes it look like a lion. It is endangered as its forest habitat is being turned into farmland to sate the needs of ever expanding human civilization. The Lion-tailed Macaque lives in

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    Events & Expeditions

    A&W Photography Contest

    As the saying goes “A picture speaks a thousand words”. Share your story with us and get a chance to be featured in an exclusive exhibition on “Photograph of Elephants” on “World Elephants Day”,12th August 2017, Saturday.

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    PHOTO CONTEST: WIN AN ALL EXPENSE PAID TRIP TO SINGAPORE!!!

    Wildlife Reserves Singapore Group (“WRS Group”) is hosting a photography contest in Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. The contest invites aspiring and professional photographers to capture the connection between humans and nature ‘through their lens.’

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    • Cover Stories
    • Featured Articles
    • Tributes
    • Achievers Corner
    • Gallery

    Awesome Assam

    Assam… Lush green Tea estates, Kaziranga, Rhino, Brahmaputra and the vivid colors of traditional dresses of the land…smiling faces, bright in the sunshine. These are the first images that one can picture when someone says Assam.The land of the mystical forests,  The largest of the seven sisters…Assam has much, much more to offer… Assam is virtually a buffet catering to vivid tastes of the modern day tourist…Assam is well known for its Tea & Silk. The first oil well in Asia was drilled here. Assa

    Career in Adventure Tourism

    It is the UN’s Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development!It’s well known that Sustainable tourism andadventure tourism are intimately connectedAre you a smitten by wanderlust, crave for things that give you an adrenalin rushNot sure??

    The Prince of Bandipur is no more

    photo credit: Amith BhavikattiThe tiger that was found dead in the Kundakere range of Bandipur National Park on Sunday has been identified as the big cat that brought down a gaur in a video that went viral on social media in 2013.Incidentally, the same tiger went by the monicker ‘Prince’ and was usually found in the tourism zone though its territory extended beyond it.

    Achievers Corner – Minaram Gogoi

    Minaram Gogoi of Assam’s Nameri National Park wins Zeiss Wildlife Conservation AwardMinaram Gogoi knows a thing or two about flying, although he had never been on a plane until last month. When the 35-year-old boarded a flight from Guwahati to Delhi to receive the Zeiss Wildlife Conservation Award in March,

    News

    • State can woo more visitors with butterfly tourism: Experts

      Dehradun: With over 500 species of butterflies found across Uttarakhand, experts said that “butterfly tourism” can give fillip to the state’s branding as a tourist destination. It is also the second state in the country, after Maharashtra, to have the ‘Common Peacock’ as a state butterfly.

    • Jawahar Institute of Mountaineering holds Executive Committee meet after 10 yrs,CM, DM chair

      Pahalgam, November 12, (Scoop News)-Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti has stressed the need for popularising adventure sports and mountaineering among the School children so that they can understand and explore the State in a better way.

    • Gold rush at climbing meet

      Jamshedpur: Climbers from Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF) bagged 28 medals – 10 gold, nine silver and nine bronze – on […]

    • Navy marathon a runaway hit

      A mix of more than 12,000 professional and amateur runners headed to Beach Road on Sunday much before the dawn to show their dedication towards fitness and join hands for the fourth edition of the Vizag Navy Marathon – 2017.

    • All set for hot balloon festival

      The three-day event will be a grand spectacle, says Ganta Over 6,200 persons have registered for the Araku Balloon Festival […]


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