Mar 2019 | 3N/4D | INR 43,800/- | Excluding GST
Mar 2019 | 6 Safaris|Rs. 43,800
A great opportunity to observe, learn about and photograph the majestic cat in its dominion. You will understand the nuances of wildlife photography. How best to use the available light to create high impact images. How to posit yourself properly and wait for the right moment rather than go trigger happy. A lot of interactions on the field and off it regarding compositions and post-processing will help you to up your photography skills many notches.
Ranthambore National Park is one of the largest national parks in Northern India. Along with Mansingh Sanctuary and the Kaila Devi Sanctuary, it is spread over 400 sq. km of pristine forests. The park is located in the Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and was a very popular game sanctuary for the Maharajas of Jaipur.
Ranthambore is mainly famous for its tigers but it is also home to a variety of animals like Leopards, striped hyenas, Sambar deer, chital, nilgai, macaques, five-striped palm squirrels, Indian false vampires, Indian flying foxes. The park also has a large number of reptiles like marsh crocodiles, desert monitors, banded kraits, cobras, Ganga turtles, Russel’s vipers, and more – giving wildlife enthusiasts and photographers a chance to observe, experience and make photographs of a variety of animals in one of the most pristine wildlife settings in the country.
Ranthambore is unique for the fact that you spot all these animals in day-time itself, (thanks to the rich forest cover), making it an ideal place for experimenting with wide angle, zoom and subjects in-motion wildlife photographs. Birdwing’s tour of Ranthambore is an exciting and experiential in wildlife photo-tour where you will not only get to learn to make great pictures but will also be given a heads up on the natural history of the place and the subjects (flora & fauna), giving you a better understanding and a unique perspective into wildlife photography.
The best time to visit Ranthambore is during the winters. It is a pretty cinematic experience and as you enter the park the winter mist lifts off to reveal the beauty of the forest. Expect a beautiful uniform golden ray of sunlight during winters for a prolonged period in the day. And this is best for the activity of the mammals. Ready for some thrilling wildlife photography then?
Day 1 – Mar 21st (Thu)
Our rendezvous is at Jaipur airport not later than 9 am. You will be picked up by our cab and headed out to the resort in Sawai Madhopur with a small break on the way for breakfast. You will get delicious Kachori and hot-hot Aloo Paratha. Upon check-in at the resort, we will assemble at the dining area for lunch where you will be briefed about our plan by your photo mentor. Post which you will head out for the first safari inside the park.
Once you return, we will have a friendly discussion about the sightings with the tour guide and other tour members while you sip on a cup of hot tea. We will also review the images made by you and suggest on composition and other nuances of photography. Soon it’ll be time for dinner and once you are done, you can tuck yourself away in bed for a good night’s sleep.
Day 2-3 – Mar 22nd (Fri) – Mar 23rd (Sat)
Wake up to piping hot chai and off you go into the forest for morning safari. Your tour mentor would have gathered information on the previous day sightings from other zones and will try to pick up clues which will help in tracking the tigers and other wildlife. Hope for some good sightings there! When you return to the resort for lunch and once you finish, you can have an image review session with the guide. Post-tea in the evening, you will head for another safari, this time in the evening and that will be your third safari. We will pretty much follow the same schedule the next day as well.
The best part of day 2 is the dinner- an awesome Rajasthani meal.
Day 4 – Mar 24th (Sun)
One final morning safari for us, post return we will check out after a sumptuous breakfast to Jaipur airport to catch our respective flights back home.
CAMERA & LENS
Comfortable & Dull colored clothes
25° to 31°
Bring your own toiletries
A pullover or sweater
ID card that was given while booking the tour.
Note: The date of written communication ( email ) stating the intent to cancel will be considered as the date for applying the cancellation policy.
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