India – Small Group Tours
10 days from £2750*
Is it really possible to see the legendary Black Panther in the beautiful jungles of India? Normally the answer is clearly no and in national parks with high tiger densities it is difficult to see a 'normal' leopard, let alone a Melanistic one. However, on a recent trip to India I bumped into a wildlife guide who has spent the last few years working in and around Nagarhole national park. At this very moment there is a male Black Panther who is dominant (this is key) over standard coloured male leopards and therefore 'relatively' bold when it comes to being seen by photographers.
11 days from £2070*
With 7 jeep safaris at Pench and 7 at Bandhavgarh you have at least 14 opportunities to capture the highlights, a fly-in small group in November 2017 (and April 2018)
9 days from £3000*
Red Panda safari in Singalila National Park staying 7 nights in Habres Nest Kaiakata, accompanied by a private expert naturalist
7 days from £1750*
We have designed this tiger safari at Tadoba national park specifically for keen wildlife photographers. Not only are you staying at the best India wildlife lodge in Tadoba to access two different entrance gates, we also limit the number of photographers in each jeep to 3 and enjoy a total of 10 jeep safaris inside the park
18 days from £4500*
Tiger and Leopard Safari in India and Sri Lanka
There is something very special about embarking on a big cat safari in Asia where you have the chance to see tigers and leopards in the same trip. Of course this is possible in India alone, but often the quality of the leopard sightings is not on a par with what you will observe in Sri Lanka. The simple reason for this is the big cat hierachy that exists in India, where tigers, simply through their size and aggression out compete the resident leopards.
21 days from £4995*
Wildlife Trails and professional photographer/ film maker Trai Anfield have designed an unrushed wildlife and cultural journey through some of India's most beautiful tiger sanctuaries, leopard habitat and peaceful tribal communities, who continue to live the same lifestyle as they have for centuries. Tadoba and Ranthambhore national park have been two of the most productive parks for wild tiger sightings in recent years; however there is so much more than just tigers to photograph in India. Including the Holi colour festival in stunning Udaipur, we arrive at the best possible time to capture all of this excitement, variety and beauty in India's rural landscapes.
14 days from £4920*
India Tiger Photography Safari Tour, Gharials & the Taj Mahal: 14 safaris at Tadoba, 8 boat safaris at Chambal, the Holi colour festival and a visit to the Taj Mahal, under the expert guidance of John Wright an experienced photography tutor and regular visitor to India for more than 10 years.
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