Hokkaido is undoubtedly David’s star location of our wildlife photography tours to various parts of Asia, but other parts of the continent are firm favourites of Pui Hang, & feature heavily in our wildlife photography tour portfolio, from the tigers & leopards in India, notably in the reserves of Bandhavgarh, Kanha & Bera; to the rich & varied wildlife of Sri Lanka.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
is home to a vast number of species, our photography tour enables you to spend a week in this amazing location, seeking photographic opportunities with almost 380 species, these species fly from distant places like Siberia & Central Asia specifically in winter. Migratory birds at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary include several species of Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Wheatears, Flycatchers, Buntings, Larks & Pipits.
The Bengal Tiger
is a feature of both our photography holidays to Kanha National Park & Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, but the wildlife in these natural parks is so much wider than the Bengal Tiger, often including deer, birds, antelope & much more besides.
When you think of India, you instantly think of the tiger, but like Bharatpur
, the Little Rann of Kutch
is a delight for those wishing to capture images of birds & other lesser-known species, including the wild ass & desert fox. Our photography trip to Bharatpur also includes a pair of days at Blackbuck National Park
; Blackbuck National Park also known as Velavadar National Park
a beautiful sanctuary created for saving the Blackbucks.
Japan, what haven’t we said before about Hokkaido
that can’t be said again – Japan & particularly Hokkaido is just amazing for photography in the winter, perfect for you if you want to capture images of the Steller’s & White-tailed Sea Eagles
on snow, Red-crowned Cranes
dancing together, Ural Owls
huddled together in trees or the Whooper Swans
on a frozen lake.
No photography tour to Japan
in winter is complete without a visit to the Snow Monkeys
– although we would be first to admit that you don’t need to spend too many days there, it would be crazy to miss out on the Japanese Macaques
& their thermal pool.
Finally, Sri Lanka
, this is a photography trip that features so many species, our Sri Lankan Wildlife Photography Holiday
includes boat trips to search for the elusive Indo-Pacific Humpbacked Dolphin & the massive super pods of Spinner Dolphins, Sperm Whales & possibly Orcas, Short Finned Pilot Whales, Risso Dolphins, Brydes Whale & other marine species. Wilpattu for Leopard & Sloth Bear, Yala for the leopards & other jungle wildlife. River cruises to see the Saltwater Crocodiles, nighttime spotting of sea turtles & the opportunity to photograph blue whales from the air.