One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba leads her quartet of cubs down one of the jungle racks image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba

Andrew was one of the guests on this year’s Tigers of Tadoba photography holiday. We arranged the tour for Derek & Andrew after we learnt that two of the tigresses in Tadoba had recently given birth, which meant there was the possibility to photograph tiger cubs.  One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba with her quartet of cubs on one of the jungle tracks image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba

We cannot guarantee tiger sightings, they are, after all, wild animals. But we maximised our chances by keeping in touch with our contacts on the ground. This meant we were able to make informed decisions when it came to booking the tickets.
One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba with her quartet of cubs image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba
Andy & Derek had the privilege of spending over an hour with a mother in four cubs in the buffer zone. This was only possible because we knew that the tigress had made her home outside of the core area. Just look at those faces!
One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba leads her quartet of cubs down one of the jungle racks image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba
By the end of the week, Andy had been lucky enough to have had sightings of 4 tigresses with their cubs & the elusive dominant male.

Whilst the Bengal Tiger is the target species of our Tigers of Tadoba photography holiday, it is worth noting that the park is also home to iconic mammals such as dhole, sloth bear & leopard, to name but a few, as well as 195 species of birds!
One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba heads back to her quartet of cubs image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba One of the new mother tigers of Tadoba drinks from a river within the buffer zone image captured during a NaturesLens Photography Holiday to photograph the Benhal Tigers of Tadoba

PHOTOGRAPH THE BENGAL TIGERS OF TADOBA FOR YOURSELF

Join us in India at the end of March 2019. Our India’s Bengal Tigers of Tadoba is a photography holiday of 7 night/8 day duration, which costs £3299 & takes place in India, between the dates of 23rd – 30th March 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 David Miles for NaturesLens. The photography holiday is offered on a full board, non-shared basis. Group size for this photography holiday is a minimum of 3 participants & a maximum of 7, plus David.

All the details of the Bengal Tigers of Tadoba photography holiday.

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