Mohan Singh is a keen wildlife and nature enthusiast and started The Junggle Trip in 2019. But has been leading wildlife & hospitality experience trips all across India over 10 years and a true travel companion for wildlife lovers. He has worked in multiple roles such as managing wildlife lodges and also led various wildlife tour groups. He has also worked in Bhartapur, Pench, Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Tadoba, and Ranthambhore National Parks.
He establishes a very good understanding along with his guests at a short span of time and delivers at his best the wildlife experience as per the taste of the clients. He is very good in spotting mammals & birds while driving in the park.
He is also involved in wildlife photography and shares photography tips with his clients. He feels proud to be the part of Indian wildlife Society.
Naturalists are the folks who helped promote and educate the general public about the need for untouched wilderness Mahendra Singh doing same job from 17 years who basically started the outdoor tourism industry in India. He spends more than 300 days in the jungle in a year and always keen to learn new things from little ants to tigers.
In his free time, Mahendra Singh loves to write about wildlife, and has several articles published in wildlife magazines and on various websites as well.
Michael Wysocki is an American born ecologist, where he developed his connection with nature early on. After his Uni degree in Environmental Science, he continued on as a Big Cat keeper in Australia, assisted building up a primate rescue center in the Amazon, which then led to photographing, documenting, and exposing the every day life of working captive Asian Elephants, at The Worlds First Elephant Hospital, located in Northern Thailand.
Currently, he is traveling around the world working as a Nature Tour Guide in the famous Florida Everglades, a photo shoot producer, and a Travel writer/ photographer. During his first visit to an Indian Jungle, the site of a wild tiger in this ancient ecosystem feels unrivaled around the world.
In his journeys, he learned how Eco-tourism could be the key to preservation, and the provider of adventure! Well traveled and well mannered, with an eye for wildlife, and contagious love for the Jungle.