Former West Indies cricketer and captain Brian Lara chose ’45 degrees sun in the middle of India’ during his two-day break and visited Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve in Chandrapur on Wednesday.
As per reports, Lara took two safaris during the day and had great tiger and other wildlife sightings. As per a report in The Indian Express, TATR Field Director NR Pravin said, “Apparently, Brian had a break of a few days from his commentary assignment at the World Cup in England. Former Indian cricketer Anil Kumble had called me a few days ago to check if Lara could get a safari booking. So we arranged for it.”
Lara, in his tweet, wrote, “2 day break….chose 45 degrees sun in the middle of India. What a treat it’s been here at Tadoba National Park.”
2 day break….chose 45 degrees sun in the middle of India 🙈🐂🐆
What a treat it’s been here at Tadoba National Park. @SvasaraResorts
#tadobatigerreserve #crocodilebarktree #wildlife #jungle #maharashtra #india pic.twitter.com/UUF7dJci4g
— Brian Lara (@BrianLara) June 12, 2019