It has been a few days since I got back from my Kol trip.. About time I started sharing my stories, right? Someone recently asked me which has been my best trip so far.. Well, all my holidays are amazing,but this one stands out cos it was in a place that I would have missed out if not for this cool group of women who are hooked on nothing but wildlife & safaris.. Sometimes when I get back from a trip, I just like to soak in the memories for a while, and writing about it feels like I accept it has drawn to a close.. 🙂 weird, but that’s me..

Having done 3 safaris so far, I can safely say that these jungles and forests are ideal for a getaway, even if you don’t sight a tiger or an exotic animal/bird… These trips give you the chance to slow down, just be in the moment and savour life and enjoy nature at her best..

Have decided to start the series with a series of photos from Sunderbans.. For those wondering where this is – The Sundarbans is a mangrove area formed by the confluence of Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna Rivers in the Bay of Bengal. It is about 2 to 3 hours from Kolkatta to Godkhali and then you hop on the boat for a memorable trip… About 70% of it is in India, while remaining is in Bangladesh. We get permit to roam freely within the Indian side, and it is huge, to say the least…

Note: Some of the photographs shot on the DSLR [Canon D600] and few on the phone [Samsung M30]