A photographic safari in the Indian jungle. In total 9 exclusive morning and afternoon expeditions with a private jeep and a local naturalist.
Tigers won't be the only ones to be captured with your lenses, antilopes, monkeys, Indian bisons, wild dogs, leopards, sloth bears as well as many bird species.
Number of guests: 1-2
Dates: March 2020
In central India, the jungle of Tadoba (Maharashtra) and Pench (Madhya Pradesh) national parks is home to the biggest cats in the world: the Bengal Tigers.
Pench National Park is reputed to have inspired R. Kipling and his famous "Jungle book".
The different biotopes present in these two parks, either forests and open plains, offer a rich and varied fauna.
Among the big cats, leopards and wild cats live together with the Tigers.
Amongst the herbivores, the gaur which has an impressive size, the sambar deer, nilgai and wild boars are also present in large numbers.
The parks also have a population of sloth bear, wild dogs, monkeys, jackals, foxes, civets, hyenas, and porcupines.
Not to mention the birds, India lists over 300 species, including the majestic Peacock whose call resonates beautifully in nature.
The trip also includes a short visit of Delhi, the urban jungle in contrast with the wild nature of the centre of the country.