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Useful Links

My list of recommended websites with which I have had good connections, some way linked, been associated/engaged with them in the past.

If you would like your link to be featured below please get in touch with me and send me your link in the comments below or the other way would be to send me an email on akbehl (at)
Many thanks 



Charities / Not for Profits / Organisation:

Wildlife Conservation Society
Save the Rhino Trust - Namibia
UNEP- WCMC (World Conservation Monitoring Centre)
Fauna & Flora International
Travel Operators for Tigers (TOFTigers) 
Wildlife Conservation Trust
Sanctuary Asia Foundation
The Wildlife Trust of India (WTI)
Elephant Family
Snow Leopard Trust
Waste Warriors
Friends of Seva Mandir (UK)
Tiger Watch - Ranthambhore (India)
The Corbett Foundation
Cure AHC - Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood
Kindred - For parents of children with complex needs
Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic - University of Edinburgh
The Long Run Initiative
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation

Institution / Universities & Boards:

The Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) - University of Kent / Canterbury (UK)
Tourism & Protected Area Specialist Group
The Tourism Society
The Royal Overseas League
Wildlife Conservation Research Unit - Wild CRU | University of Oxford
University of Cambridge - Department of Geography
School of Hospitality & Tourism Management - University of Surrey

Travel Industry: 

Inspired Challenges - Group Challenges and Expeditions supporting Local Communities
Volcanoes Safaris - Uganda | Rwanda
Pugdundee Safaris - Pench | Kanha | Bandhavgarh | Panna | Chitwan
Ranthambhore Bagh - Ranthambhore
Dev Vilas - Ranthambhore
Vanghat Lodge- Corbett 
White Winged Journeys - North East India Wildlife Experiences
Indian Experiences - Experiencing India Differently
Southall Travel 
Travindy - Transforming Tourism News
Planet Abled - Accessible Travel for People with a Disability

Blogs, Bloggers, Writers & Digital Influencers:

writing white texture pen brush sign paper ink blank art background sketch drawing design handmade calligraphy draw simple cosmetics signature mockup sketchingPlaneta - Conscious travel around the globe
Migrationology - I Travel for Food
Uncornered Market - Travel Wide, Travel Deep
Budget Traveller - Travel in Style and on a Budget 
Adventurous Kate - Solo Female Travel Blog
Traveldudes - For Travellers, By Travellers
iambassador - bloggers and digital influencers 
Velvet Escape - Luxury Travel Blog by Keith Jenkins
A Lady in London - Adventure of an expat Californian girl living in London & travelling the world. 
Travel Unmasked - Impassable is Nothing 
Kirsten Alana - An eye for life 
Jools Stone - Rustling words since 2002 / Copywriter 
Breathe Dream Go - The transformational travel guide
The Shooting Star - Just a girl who travels
Soul Travel Blog - Travel with Conscience, Journeys with Soul
Travel See Write - Off Beat Places, Untold Stories
Earth Xplorer Media
The Social Traveller - Social around the world
Wanderlusting Chick - Me, Myself, MS & I - My Life, My Journey
Flora the Explorer  
Memsahib in India  - Discovering India Differently
Mad About Travel - Patricia's Travel blog about Scotland
Mallory On Travel - Making Everyday an Adventure
Time Turtle Travel - See the world with Michael and go beyond the brochure
Finding the Universe - Travel with Noah and Jessica on tales, photography and a dash of humour. 
McCool Travel - Destinations, Trip-Planning and Travel Inspiration
IndiTales - Anuradha Goyal's Travel Blog from India 
Sophie on Track - Sophie Collard's blog on Train Travel in the UK, Europe and around the world 

Photographers & Wildlife Artists:

Nikhil Devasar Photography
Anish Andheria
Ashley Boon - Wildlife Artist
Edinburgh Photographic Society - Est 1861
Travel & Photography - Kim Kjaeside's travel and photography website



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