Tracking the Tiger celebrates the beauty of India’s varied wildlife and showcases in real time during a 50-day journey around the country’s best tiger reserves.

Jaguar Land Rover Bob Rupani Tracking The Tiger
Rohit Suri, VP Land Rover India with Bob Rupani at Tracking the Tiger book launch

Land Rover launched a new book that has been written and crafted by veteran automobile journalist and wild life lover Bob Rupani called ‘Tracking the Tiger’. Mr. Rupani’s sixth book after the critically acclaimed Driving Holidays in India and More Driving Holidays in India and India’s 100 Best Destinations; the book tracks the wild feline through India’s best tiger reserves and was compiled with the support of Land Rover’s primary global conservation partner, the Born Free Foundation.

Speaking on the occasion, Land Rover stated that Tracking the Tiger narrates Bob’s story from the interiors of the Indian jungles with the view to create a compelling read for wildlife and travel enthusiasts alike. Holding a deep-rooted passion for nature and wildlife, Bob covers anecdotes of travellers as they explored 13 wildlife sanctuaries, across varied off-roading terrains, in the highly capable Freelander 2 and Range Rover Sport.

Renowned mature photographer and wildlife photography expert Dhrittiman Mukherjee also accompanied Bob during the 50 day trip and his breathtaking photos in real time can be found in the book. To sum up the book in a line, Tracking the Tiger is regarded as a celebration of India’s varied wildlife showcased in a 50 day journey. The book is available for purchase through popular e-commerce website and

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The Land Rover Freelander 2 was Bob and team’s trusted companion over the journey