Wildlife Photography Safaris
Wildlife Photography and Safaris, that is all we have been doing since 2007. We have arranged lots of wildlife safaris to hundreds of satisfied customers to Indian National Parks as well as in East Africa.
We have arranged wildlife photo safaris to Ranthambore National park, Bandhavgarh National park, Kanha National Parks, Tadoba Andhari Tiger reserve , Pench national Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, Serengeti National Park.
We not only arrange your safaris, but our experienced tour leaders also help you with your photography and post processing. We only take you to the best of the best areas of such huge national parks. We have a vast network of nature guide, drivers and spotters in each national park. All our tour leaders are fluent in English as well as in the local language spoken in the destination country.
Wildlife Photography Safaris India
There is no other better place on earth to photograph Tigers in their natural habitat. We regularly arrange Tiger photo safaris to Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Ranthambore, Pench and Tadoba Tiger reserve. It is any wildlife photographers dream come true to photograph, Tigers, Leopards, Sloth Bears, Bison, Reptiles and lots of different birds too. Whether you are just starting out or a professional wildlife photographer, we are sure you would walk away with some really useful techniques and superior photographs of wildlife on our tours.
We only choose best of the best accommodations at all the national parks. We never compromise on choosing zones/ gates where your chances of finding wildlife would be much higher. We understand that our clients usually travel a great length and from all over the world to experience and photograph amazing wildlife, so we keep no stone unturned to make their trips memorable for life.
Wildlife Photography Safaris Africa
Our East African wildlife photography safaris are very popular and huge success. Our African wildlife photo safari destinations of choice are Masai Mara in Kenya and Serengeti in neighbouring Tanzania. We use exclusive camps for our guest where general tourists are not allowed at all. These exclusive areas are teaming with wildlife that includes not only big 5 animals (Lions, Elephants, Rhinos, Leopards and Cape Buffalos). You may notice that Hippos DO NOT belong to the elite group of BIG 5 animals of Africa, simply because only the animals which were (sadly) hunted on foot are known as Big 5.
Today the wildlife population is decreasing at an alarming rate and that is a matter of great concern to us. We are involved with charities and trusts in East Africa as well as South Asia for the conservation of wildlife. We also request our guests to get books, pencils, notepads and other study material that can be used by local Masai children can use in the nearby Masai village. We ensure that our carbon footprints are minimum. We encourage guests to only carry necessary clothing and keep weight to an absolute minimum. We understand the we are visiting the homes of wild animals and they have first right to use water. We try to keep water usage at a minimum when we are inside the national parks.