Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh in April 2018

The money shot, one of the young tigers of Tala zone strides through one of the watering holes image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018

Jean & Kevin joined Jayne on our April 2018 Indian tour to photograph the Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh.

Looking back, one of the younger tigers, totally unconcerned by the attention he is recieving image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018
Jean told us, “This trip exceeded all our expectations! The journey to get to our destination, although long, ran smoothly & according to plan. So many helpful people along the way. The Indian people are so friendly by nature, & nothing seemed to be too much trouble, not that there was any trouble!
The accommodation was very inviting & the air conditioning very welcoming on the return from tiger drives. Dining was relaxed & very tasty.
Jayne Bond was a superb ‘group leader’, & along with Ian Roberts who happened to be on the trip too, I felt we had gone on a trip of a lifetime with best friends!.
We had endless tiger sightings throughout our stay right from day one. Vedant & his two superb ‘gypsy’ drivers – Pappu & Mohan, were incredibly knowledgeable & expert drivers when it mattered.
I won’t ever forget my first tiger sighting, just 25 minutes into the first day. By the end of the photography tour, we had seen ten different tigers & spotted them on numerous occasions! The bird life too was terrific; you never knew what could be around the next bend, be it at a waterhole or on a low branch of a tree. This list is nearing 60 species! Not also forgetting the two different types of monkeys & four kinds of deer, jackals & a distant sloth bear to name but a few!
Great memories & a wish to return someday soon to the land of the Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh!”
Bandhavgarh is home to a wide variety of wildlife, here, a trio of spotted deer drink from onoe of the waterng holes - image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 An eye-level image of one of the bengal tigers of Bandhavgarh crossing one of the tracks within the tourist zones - image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the bengal tigers of Bandhavgarh crosses one of the tracks within the tourist zones image captured during the NaturesLens Tigers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018

Photograph the Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh for yourself

Join us in India at the beginning of April 2019. Our India’s Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh is a photography holiday of 7 night/8 day duration, which costs £2999 & takes place in India, between the dates of 2 – 11 April 2019.

It is ideal for photographing Asiatic jackal, Bengal fox, black kite, black vulture, brown fish owl, crested serpent eagle, dhole, Egyptian vulture, gaur, grey mongoose, Indian roller, jungle cat, langur monkey, leopard, little egret, little grebe, red jungle fowl, rhesus macaque, sambar, sloth bear, spotted deer, striped hyena, tiger, wild pig & more.
This photography holiday is led by Jayne Bond for NaturesLens. The photography holiday is offered on a full board, non-shared basis. Group size for this photography holiday is a minimum of 5 participants & a maximum of 7, plus Jayne.
All the details of the Bengal Tigers of Bandhavgarh photography holiday.
One of the peacocks of Bandhavgarh, showing the fulldisplay of it's tail feathers image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the juvenile bengal tigers of Tala Zone image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the juvenile tigers of Bandhavgarh cleaning it's paw image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 More often spotted at vulture point, some of the vultures had moved down into trees within the reserve image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 More often spotted at vulture point, several of the vultures had moved down into trees within the reserve image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 A pugmark left overnight by one of the tigers of Bandhavgahr image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 A langur monkey poses on a fence image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 The money shot, one of the young tigers of Tala zone strides through one of the watering holes image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the tigers of Tala Zone, hidden deep within the undergrowth image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the tigers of Tala Zone image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 One of the female tigers of Bandhavgarh, alongside one of the watering holes image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 Bandhavgarh is home to a wide variety of wildlife, many birds, including many different tyoes of owl image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018 Bandhavgarh is home to a wide variety of wildlife, many birds, including kingfishers image captured during the NaturesLens TIgers of Bandhavgarh Photography Holiday in April 2018

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