Trekking in Chandoli National Park, India


 Overview:

Seeing wild tigers in India, that’s on everyone’s bucket list right? Well, one place that you can try this is Chandoli National Park, a beautiful and yet vastly untouched tiger and wildlife sanctuary in the Sahyadri Tiger Reserve in Maharashtra, India.

Tracking Tigers in India

This post is about just that. Abby, from one of The Travel Blogs fave sites The Winged Fork, joined a trekking group with her friend in the hope of seeing some tigers.

Here’s her story on the eventful treks on her trip to Chandoli and a short visit to Panhalgad fort in Kohlapur, India. She was also happy to be part of the first group of women that went all the way down to a local waterfall, and had the bruises to show for it. 😉

Read all about Abby’s adventures in Chandoli National Park.

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Abby is the travel blogger and foodie at The Winged Fork. She can’t travel as often as she wants to, but she makes time to travel as often as possible.
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