Tiger Safari team

"Individual commitment to a group effort--that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work..."

Sharad Vats

Sharad Vats


As It was whilst working for one of the largest hotel chains in India that Sharad nurtured a dream of pursuing his passion for nature and wildlife. Soon enough, in the year 2000, Sharad took his first big step and began his journey in wildlife tourism. He started Nature Safari, a company that strongly believes in ‘Conservation through Tourism’. Sharad understood that, regulated tourism is ...

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Varun Mani

Varun Mani


As “Bombay” as a person from Mumbai can get, Varun was a city boy from Campion School with an outlook of an individual who has never been exposed to nature – you can immediately tell with his speech in English and in Hindi. It wasn’t until the age of 24 that, on his maiden wildlife trip to Kanha National Park in 2014, a deeper interest was...

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Rehman

Rehman, Jim Corbett National Park


He hails from Ramnagar town located on the periphery of Jim Corbett National Park in the state of Uttrakhand. So, love of nature became a part of his constitution. After college he did internship with Wildlife Insititute of India, Dehradun, and started to work at Corbett National Park as a naturalist in 2005. He also had a brief exposure in Sunderbans...

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Sanjay Gupta

Sanjay Gupta, Bandhavgarh National Park


Born in 1980 in Tala village which is the hotspot for Tiger tourism in India. He saw his first Tiger when he was only 7 years old. Tigers were seen either on elephant backs or from a Machan. The department would tie a bait, close to the Machan, and people were invited to see the Tigers on the kill. Over the years his interest in the Jungle increased,...

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Subhash Bhawre

Subhash Bhawre, Pench National Park


A local of the village Turia, located a couple of km from the entrance of Pench National Park, Subhash has been a park guide at Pench since the last 15 years. Despite receiving a very basic education, of which he has only finished upto 12th grade, he has worked hard to learn English through his own endeavor through observation of the guests and...

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Sunil Gaur

Sunil Gaur, Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary, Bharatpur


Sunil is a well travelled birder, and has covered the South, Central, West & Northern areas of India in search of birds. His count exceed 700 species of the 1300 or so species found in India. A local resident of Bharatpur, growing up, he was curious to know about why people around the world were flocking to his home-town to Keoladeo-Ghana...

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