He has worked for more than 15 years as a naturalist in Keoladeo Ghana National Park in Bharatpur and is both an approved guide (by the Department of Art and Culture) and naturalist (by the Forest Dept.) – both by the government of Rajasthan.
Narendra has also worked as a resident naturalist at a resort in Kanha and has lead trips for both British and American guests. He attended a training workshop on communication skill which was organized by WWF-India and Keoladeo Ghana National Park.
In his spare time his hobbies include sports, photography and travelling.
Narendra led “The Famous Golden Triangle” trip for us in March 2015 and received the following feedback:-
“Excellent ++ . He took took every care of us. Always on time and unfailingly polite. Narendra has been an absolutely outstanding guide. Nothing is too much trouble and he is always anticipating everything in advance. His sole concern is ensuring everything runs smoothly and we are enjoying ourselves. You would have thought the lateness of one train was down to some personal failing on his behalf! His knowledge of not just the wildlife (which is incredible), but of India generally and his willingness to share that is really appreciated.”