Tigers of India Photo Tour
India is the land of the Royal Bengal Tiger and the only place in the world to photograph these charismatic cats. What makes India a unique destination is the diversity in habitats - grasslands, dense saal forests, dry deciduous terrains to mangroves. The way a tiger adapts itself to this magnificent variance of habitats is simply amazing and photographing tigers in such magical backdrops is what makes tiger photography so special.
This Indian summer, Tusk Photo brings to you a meticulously designed tiger safari where we will be covering two tiger headlands in India - Corbett National Park and Ranthambore National Park. During this photo tour you will get to experience the changing landscapes of India. We head to the Himalayan foothills of Corbett National Park, which boasts some of the most dramatic Saal forest in the world with a scenic Himalayan river meandering through this grand forest. We then head off to the dry and deciduous terrain of Ranthambore, which has a rich historical appeal with wildlife surviving amidst ancient ruins, which have existed for centuries.
This immersive photo tour is not only meticulously planned to maximize your chances to photograph some of the world's last remaining wild Bengal tigers, but also a diversity of captivating jungle wildlife including Chital, Spotted Deer, sloth bear, leopard, sambar, jackal, langur monkeys and much more.
- Tigers in their natural environment
- Diversity of other Indian wildlife
- Wild Asian Elephant in Corbett
- Access to full day safaris
- 2 people per vehicle
- Combination of 2 unique habitats
- Small private group, only 4 guest
- Optional Full day safaris (Optional Extra)
Early morning arrival in Delhi and transit to Corbett (6 hour road drive in our mini-van). Entry to Corbett National Park with a scenic drive amidst magnificent saal forests to reach Dhikala Forest Lodge which will be our camp for the next four days. The location is in the heart of the park and is surrounded with a stunning grassland overlooking the Ramganga river
Stay Dhikala Forest Lodge in Corbett National Park
Morning safari, check out exit and drive to Delhi (6 hours) and check in at our hotel in Delhi
Morning train to Ranthambore (5 hours). We check in at our hotel Raj Palace. After lunch we head off for our first afternoon safari in Ranthambhore.
morning and afternoon safari in Ranthambore - staying at Raj Palace
morning safari in Ranthambore, check out and departure to Delhi by noon train (6 hours). Drop at airport / hotel in Delhi
Tigers of India Photo Tour
About the destinations on this Tigers of India Photo Tour:
If Royal Bengal Tigers are your focus, then Ranthambore National Park has to be one of the world’s best places to photograph this beautiful cat. Ranthambore adds that certain mystical aura to tiger photography, with its rocky terrain and backdrop of historical monuments and ruins. Besides getting a chance to photograph tigers, one can also take advantage of the variety of birds, flora and fauna and other wildlife found in the park.
Not many people know of this beautiful Tiger reserve on the foothills of the Himalayas. This reserve with its meandering rivers set in dramatic Saal forests not only offers photographers spectacular Tigers but also a chance to photograph wild Asian Elephant in its natural environment. For this tour we will be staying right inside the heart of this national park for unequalled access to the park and its spectacular scenery.
The Safari Includes
- 9 nights accommodation
- All activities
- All meals while staying at Corbett & Ranthambore
- All transfers between the various reserves (Trains & Mini-Vans)
- Services of a Tusk pro photographer
The Safari Excludes
- Full day Safari Permits (Optional extra US$ 1500pp)
- No drinks are included throughout the tour
- No lunch & dinner when we leave Corbett and Ranthambore days
- Visa costs
- Expenses of a personal nature
Dates & Prices
|Departure Date||Return Date||Tour Cost||SADC Rate||Availability||Location|
|27 March 2018||5 April 2018||USD 4995||N/A||2||Book||View More|
|Hosts: Ben Cranke |||Share:|
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