How often can you spend time with a renowned field biologist who worked with Late Tenzing Norgay (among the first person to conquer Mt. Everest), slept with the lions in the Gir forests, researched Snow Leopards in Ladakh and was part of the Rhino reintroduction program in Dudhwa National Park and tiger reserve in India?
Next time if you plan to do some serious soul searching in the amazing wilderness of India shout out for Dr. Satya Priya Sinha, renowned conservation biologist of India.
Dr. Sinha will take your group on a wonderful journey down the conservation lane to Dudhwa National Park in Uttar Pradesh, India. Dudhwa is situated on the Indo- Nepal border and presents the fiery tigers, elephants, rhino and numerous wildlife in its pristine natural habitat.
Dr. Sinha has 6 books and more than 100 papers related to wildlife to his credit. In 2003, he undertook a Project on Corridor study between Dudhwa National Park and Katarniaghat wildlife Sanctuary. The project was funded by US Fish and Wildlife under Tiger and Rhinoceros Conservation Fund. He was involved in the Dudhwa Rhino reintroduction program intimately and understands the research and conservation efforts being undertaken in the park.
Encourage your group to spend some quality time with Dr. Sinha. The memory will last a lifetime!