India’s mountain ranges have many stories to tell. A difficult landscape where both people and wildlife have adapted to the terrain and each other.
The Himalayas, the youngest and with the most brutal environment. People and wildlife struggle to survive against the odds.
The Aravallis at 2000 million years are the oldest range and are embedded with history, culture and wildlife. A land of Tigers, Leopards and Bears.
The Sahyadris hold India’s rainforests and an amazing concentration of endemic and rare species. Home to the longest venomous snake, the king cobra and ancient tribes still living within the forest.