Enthusiastic wildlife photographers are invited to join David on this extraordinary ten-night photography holiday in the Himalayan regions of India. Take in the dramatic landscapes as we track & photograph the wildlife of the Himalayas.
With the assistance of local guides & spotters, we hope to be able to capture images of the Blue Sheep, Golden Eagle, Lammergeier, Leopard, Red Fox, Siberian Ibex, Snow Leopard, Tibetan Wolf, Wolf & more!
With the help & advice of David, you should be able to capture fantastic wildlife images against the backdrop of the majestic snow-capped mountains.
David will be available throughout the ten-night trip to provide assistance, advice, & guidance on improving your photography skills.
Where is the Ulley Valley?
The Ulley Valley in the Himalayan region of India is considered a haven for winter wildlife photography. Located around 6,400 feet above sea level, the Ulley Valley is a lush, mountainous environment with large herds of magnificent wild animals. Its unique landscape, sheltered by the surrounding hills, offers photographers unparalleled opportunities to capture some of India's most impressive species, including the endangered snow leopard, the rare Himalayan wolf, wild yaks, & blue sheep.
The valley also serves as a breeding ground for numerous species of birds, including the endangered Himalayan Monal pheasants, making Ulley Valley a top destination for wildlife photographers.
What wildlife lives in the Himalayan regions of India during winter?
The Himalayan region of India is a diverse & beautiful landscape, home to various wildlife species. During the winter, this region becomes even more varied, with multiple mammals, birds, & reptiles taking refuge in the area. During winter, the most common mammals living in the Himalayas include the Himalayan blue sheep, goral, markhor, snow leopards, wild yak, bharal, & Tibetan Argali. These animals are found in the high altitudes of the Himalayas, where the climate is much colder than in the lower parts of India.