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Rich Laburn

Head of Digital

Rich is the driving force behind Londolozi’s online storytelling and the Londolozi blog. His passions of digital media, film and photography, combined with his field-guiding background, have seen him take the Londolozi blog to new heights since he began it in 2009. Rich ...

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on The Best Tiger Viewing in India

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Richard Anderson
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Awesome photos Rich – what an experience! Thanks for sharing.

Rich Laburn
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Thats a great pleasure, it was definitely a experience I will never forget!

MIka
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Great Blog and I follow them on FB and Twitter. Great PICTURES

Rich Laburn
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Nice to hear Mika, I am sure that you will find their content very interesting 🙂

David Boon
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Brilliant article. Amazing animal. Thanks for sharing.

Sheena
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Wow, what an experience, stunning photos Rich – the female is beautiful, any idea of her age?

Rich Laburn
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I am not 100% sure Sheena, I would estimate around 2-3 years of age, what do you think? She is a beautiful creature!

Anna
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Wow! what an amazing trip, that Tigress is the most beautiful animal i’ve seen. Thank you for sharing

Rich Laburn
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Agreed!

Michael sutherland
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Fantastic Rich!! Amazing pics and blog! Very jealous!

octopus
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MS Rich Laburn can you see Ranthambore tiger queen

Rich Laburn
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I have seen the documentary on Nat Geo, however I am not sure if we saw the actual Tiger Queen when we were there.

jan-erik
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Dave
what pictures; you have been VERY lucky, as we are just back from Ranthambore (and India….++) and saw Macchli (the lady of the lake, who attacked the croc!), which was fortunate, but your sightings are just spectacular (and the picture quality/lighting simply stunning). Must have been your bush genes… Thanks for sharing and say hello to Duncan for me.
Jan-Erik

Dan
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Amazing sighting. Great pics. Thanks for sharing. Can you compare an adult male tiger with one of Majingis in terms of size?

Rich Laburn
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Hi Dan, I dont think you can compare an adult male with the Majingilane as the male tiger is just so much bigger than a male lion. Take a look at the image of the tiger walking in front of the vehicle and use that to gauge the size of these ENORMOUS big cats. Thanks for your comments, rich

Dan
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Thanks Rich for anwering my question.

Susan Honnell
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Spectacular photos. Beautiful, serene, elegant creatures. Thank you for sharing your adventure!

Rich Laburn
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Always a pleasure Susan 🙂

vikranth
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Nice read through and wonderful photos…would love to see Ranthambore.

Rich Laburn
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Definitely worth a visit, and be sure to stay at Sher Bagh when you do go 🙂

Shirley
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Marvellous such an experience. Tigers are very beautiful animals. The pictures are wonderful. Thank you very much for sharing. I really enjoyed it.

Judy Guffey
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So now it’s Londolozi AND India…..choices/choices! Great blog and photos.

Rich Laburn
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and dont forget Jaguars at the Caiman Ecological Refuge in South America Judy!

roar for the asiatic lion
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magnificent…

Rich Laburn
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Thanks roar!

octopus
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but im look any video about like that video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ER5XdPazHY

and Sundari his daughter that queen of tiger but his live

Mary Beth Wheeler
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We’d love to talk with you, Rich, when we’re at Londolozi in mid-May. Based on your photos and narrative, we’ve booked (along with another couple) a trip to Sher Bagh next January, before we cruise trip down the Ganges. We’ve been to Tiger Canyons (May 2010) and now hope to see even more wild tigers!

Rich Laburn
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Absolutely Mary Beth, I will make time to chat with you about the Tigers in India as well as Sher Bagh. Keep your eyes on the blog next week as we will feature some photos of the actual tented camp. rich

Damian
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this male is a Bamera and this tiger is no less than 320 kg (700 lb)

Damian
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sorry, this is Ustad (T24)

Jenifer Westphal
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Rich, I’ve finally had some time to read through your blog and watch the video. Extraordinary! I too plan to look into staying at the beautiful camp Sher Bagh – I would love to talk with you as well when I can get back to Londolozi – hopefully soon. Thank you for sharing – I literally could not breath just looking at the photos – I cannot imagine what the experience was like in person. As always, I feel so blessed to be able to be a part of your amazing journey. Thank you!

Rich Laburn
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We will definitely chat about the experience when you are next here Jenifer, it was quite incredible and so special to be able to view tigers like that in the wilderness. Sher Bagh, too, is an absolutely outstanding camp to stay in.

Mountaineering in India
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Very nice post of the day. I hope every one should get the maximum benefit from this.

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