Shooting Wildlife - Photographic Safari

Shooting Wildlife - Photographic Safari

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(5 customer reviews)
The aim of this trip is to give you as many opportunities as possible to get “that perfect shot” of your subject – many birds, deer, monkey and hopefully big cats in 2 national parks and finishing by visiting the iconic site of the world famous Taj Mahal


Day 1
Arrive in Delhi and transfer by car to a hotel to freshen up and eat. Afternoon train to Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan. Check in to hotel for 6 nights.

Day 2 – 6
10 game drives in Ranthambore National Park looking for wildlife and hopefully seeing a tiger. Drive near the lake and see bird life, deer, monkeys and if we are very lucky maybe a leopard.

Day 7
Transfer by road to Bharatpur (approx 4 – 6 hours) for 3 nights. Afternoon free to relax.

Day 8 – 9
2 full days in Keoladeo Ghana National Park, home to nearly 400 species of birds plus insects and mammals. Travel by cycle rickshaw with an expert wildlife guide and walk along the tracks looking for wildlife.

Day 10
Morning visit to Keoladeo Ghana National Park, before driving approx 1 hour to Agra, stopping to visit Fatepur Sikri on the way . Check in to hotel in Agra.

Day 11
Morning visit to the Taj Mahal, Red Fort and marble factory. Return to Delhi by train.

Day 12
All day sightseeing in Old and New Delhi.

Day 13
Tour ends – transfer to airport – return home or onward travel.


5 reviews for Shooting Wildlife – Photographic Safari

  1. Sarah Vallance

    Have just done a short (6 day) trip to Ranthambore NP and had great sightings of, among other things, tigers (5 adults and three 4 month-old cubs), rare sloth bears (2) and many wonderful birds, including the Indian Pitta (beautiful summer migrant). Accommodation, food and transport were all very good. The tour leader was kind, helpful, knowledgeable and very organised and the drivers and guides were always ready to point things out. It is hoped that there will be more cubs born in October, so the tiger population is growing! Ranthambore is a very beautiful park and I thoroughly recommend it as part of any tour. A return trip is planned!

  2. Peter Bryant

    I had to squeeze the itinerary in around business trips to Delhi and Mumbai, and they stuck to the brief brilliantly! There was plenty of useful advice, based on first-hand experience *and* the client’s requirements; and internal flights, trains, hotels, transfers, meals were all taken care of. Scenery and wildlife were fantastic (tigers both visits), and what the guides didn’t know probably wasn’t worth hearing about! Highly recommended.

  3. Sarah Vallance

    We all came home with some fabulous images, so if photography is your thing, you won’t go wrong with this trip! We are now thinking about our 2016 tour! The sooner we book it, the better!

    My friends and I spent two weeks at the park over Easter, and had great sightings of 12 individual tigers (including the 3 cubs we saw last year, which are now almost as big as their mother!) a family of sloth bears (digging for termites) and many families of grey langurs, which are very photogenic (and among my favourites).

    As always, the drivers, guides and, of course, the tour leader, are so knowledgeable, and are always able to find the tigers (if they want to be found) and know exactly where to position the jeep so that you can get the best shot. We all came home with some fabulous images, so if photography is your thing, you won’t go wrong with this trip!

    As always, transport and accommodation were faultless – we used the same accommodation as last year – comfortable and clean, with delicious food and friendly, helpful staff.

    Ranthambhore should be part of any tour in Rajasthan – it is a beautiful park, with much to see.

    We are now thinking about our 2016 tour! The sooner we book it, the better!

  4. Sarah

    Wonderful leader and already planning another return trip!
    A tailor-made trip with friends, this time to Jim Corbett NP (for elephants) and Ranthambhore NP (for our beloved tigers). Amazing sightings in both parks! Accommodation, meals and transport all up to the usual high standard and Harish was a wonderful leader as always! We are already planning for yet another return trip to Corbett and Ranthambhore next April!

  5. Thomas and Sven from Germany

    “A bespoke version of this itinerary”
    I would like to give you a review about Thomas and my trip to India with the professional support of Harish Kumar.
    We met Harish and his father by chance in his hotel “Spoonbill” in Bharatpur close to the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary. The hotel can by highly recommended as it is very clean, calm and serves delicious Indian food by fair costs. It is just a short walk or short Rickshaw drive from the Bird National park away. There we told Harish about our plans to visit Ranthambore and Kaziranga NP. Within a minute he took care of us and arranged the whole trip, including nearly all transfers, pick ups, hotels, safari tours, drivers etc. Harish gave us many information about the trip and the National parks as he speaks a superb English. Payment was easy and absolutely transparent. There were no hidden costs at all. During the next week, Harish took care of us via mobile phone to ensure that all arrangements worked out properly. We would travel with Nep In Sri again any time. Many thanks to Sushil in Ranthambore (Tiger guest house), Jahil and Nakeeb in Kaziranga. Stay all healthy and enjoy regenerating of nature. Travelled in February / March 2020 prior to Covid-19 Lockdown.

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