“In January 2017,” I first arrived in India on that date. At that point, I was working as a vegan chef on my own in the bustling city of Paris. After completing a four-week yoga and Ayurveda course, I planned to spend the following month exploring this stunning nation.
I had no idea that a unique encounter would forever alter my life.
Continuously a creature sweetheart, throughout the long term I had fostered an enthusiasm for the most superb of large felines: the tiger. The striped creature had some way or another brought me. I have no idea why or what the purpose is, but receiving such a call is hard to resist.
More than 60% of the remaining wild tigers in the world can be found in India. The nation has designated many of its national parks as “Tiger Reserves” in order to protect the species, which is in serious danger of extinction.