India’s Best Kept Secrets
Featuring Amit Sankhala
Watch the Recording Below!
Wildlife advocate, tour operator, and owner of Jamtara Wilderness Camp, Amit Sankhala is an expert on all things India, and will be sharing his insight with EJ travelers on how to best experience this beautiful, vast, and sometimes intimidating country.
Prioritizing adventures outside of the ‘Golden Triangle’, Amit will discuss the wonders of tourism off India’s well-traveled routes, explore wildlife and community conservation, and highlight incredible wilderness experiences from Central India’s jungles to the towering Himalayas and Hill Station town’s of the north.
As a 3rd generation conservationist, he will share his experiences working with tigers, tracking snow leopards, and taking Extraordinary Journeys travelers to the untouched corners of the Indian subcontinent. If you are looking to plan a truly magical trip or to hear some tales from the Indian jungle, this webinar is for you!
About Amit Sankhala, Conservationist, Jamtara Wilderness Camp
Amit Sankhala comes from a family with conservation deep in its heritage, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, who both worked to protect India’s forests. From exploring the forests as a child to working on innovative projects like the Tiger Nation database to sitting on the board of Wild Landscapes, Amit has surrounded himself with wildlife and conservation his entire life.
As a trustee of the Tiger Trust, founded by his grandfather, Amit works to educate children about nature, bring medicine to rural communities, take legal action in cases of wildlife crime, and more. His family story has been documented in the film Tigerland, which is available on Discovery Go and Amazon Prime. He has educated people across the globe on the importance of conservation and the beauty of India’s wilderness and cultures, themes at the forefront of how he conceived of and operates Jamtara Wilderness Camp.
Learn More about Amit Sankhala’s Work & India Travel Inspiration
Jamtara Wilderness Camp, owned by Amit Sankhala, was inspired by 3 Generations of Tiger Conservation