Travel blogger Mariellen Ward leads visitors on a wildlife safari of a different kind: a tiger tour. There are just 3,200 tigers left worldwide, most of them Bengal tigers in Nepal, Bhutan and India, according to National Geographic. The Canadian writer from Breathe Dream Go, a travel website and blog that emphasizes “transformational travel,” next spring will lead a small group to see tigers in India’s national parks. You stay in lodges and engage in a variety of activities — a boat ride, hiking, an overnight campout — as well as seven game drives in the country’s tiger reserves, Satpura, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench. Dates: March 21 to April 2 Prices: $4,320 to $4,750 per person based on double occupancy, depending on the number of people in the group. It includes accommodations, transportation, boat ride, sightseeing guide, game drives and flights within India. International airfare is extra. Info: Tiger Tour With Mariellen Ward, or email info@breathedreamgo.com; to reserve, contact Ram Chandra Hembram at Pugdundee Safaris by emailing salesdesk@pugdundeesafaris.com ALSO Did you fall in love with totality? Next total solar eclipse comes to the U.S. in 2,421 days Follow in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway on a fall tour of Cuba The total eclipse will bring a few minutes of darkness for some. But if it's just inky blackness you seek, here's where to go CAPTION Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds follows Mark Twain's trail through the silver-mining town of Virginia City, Nev.; the north shore of Lake Tahoe (where the great author once started a forest fire); and the California Gold Country, where Twain spent a winter on Jackass Hill. Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds follows Mark Twain's trail through the silver-mining town of Virginia City, Nev.; the north shore of Lake Tahoe (where the great author once started a forest fire); and the California Gold Country, where Twain spent a winter on Jackass Hill. CAPTION Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds follows Mark Twain's trail through the silver-mining town of Virginia City, Nev.; the north shore of Lake Tahoe (where the great author once started a forest fire); and the California Gold Country,