Three of the Best Indian Wildlife Photography Holidays

Dotty looks back, she is one of the new mothers of Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve captured during the NaturesLens Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday

For 2018, we have planned a trip that assembles three of the Best Indian Wildlife Photography Holidays into one extended portfolio filling tour of some of the best wildlife reserves that India possesses; it will be amazing! Or you can attend the separate events individually or perhaps join the Lions of Gir & the Tigers of Bandhavgarh into a two-week trip that echoes the trips held in 2017 with Jayne.

Starting with the Tigers & Leopards of Kabini at the end of March – specifically March 30th – April 7th – to be led by John Rowell for NaturesLens, then the amazing Lions of Gir follows on the dates of April 7th – 13th, this trip is being led by Jayne Bond & then the trio of trips ends with the Tigers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday between the dates of April 13th – April 22nd – also with Jayne Bond as the leader.

The three Indian Wildlife Photography Holidays are as follows:

Tigress Walking Across The Dam   Photographed During The NaturesLens Tigers Of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday

2018 – India’s Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday£3249

December 11 – December 20

Join David & Pui Hang Miles, the co-founders of NaturesLens, in Umaria during December 2018 for a 9 night photography holiday; take the opportunity to capture images of the bengal tigers & other rich jungle dwelling wildlife; the NaturesLens India’s Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh photography holiday is offered on a full board, non-shared room basis, & costs £3249 per participant.

If you wish to book two or even all three of the best Indian Wildlife Photography Holidays that we offer & that have been designed to seamlessly join up & provide you with the ultimate in Indian Wildlife Photography over a period of just over 3 weeks, then we will arrange a customised schedule suited to you, that links the elements of the trips, that you select, together into one easy to manage whole.

You can have a read of Jayne’s blog post about two of the events listed above that we held in 2017.