January was for nostalgic considerations but auspicious as beginnings are prayed to be. Its voice thick with time brought some illuminating learnings for us on our journeys. We have returned, like always, for sharing. And to tell you of the experiences we have been looking forward to on our future expeditions.
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Top Four Reasons You Should Visit Ranthambhore Now!
There are places on Earth that keep intact the vivaciousness of one’s existence by giving a sense of purpose especially when you are travelling. And Ranthambhore is one such place. To experience first-hand the glory of Ranthambhore, along with our ace Skipper Jayanth Sharma, join our Tiger Solstice Photography Tour!
A Photostory on One of Our Favourite Bandhavgarh Tigers!
In this third of a six-part series, we share what we know about T37, one of our most loved contemporary tigers of Bandhavgarh.
In the desert wilderness of wild Gujarat called Rann of Kutch, explore and photograph several animals and birds. While the wild ass and the fox can charm you in the vast salt marsh, numerous birds including the short-eared owl, the hoopoe lark and the Indian courser will remain in your memory.
Travel to Varanasi, one of the world’s oldest and continually inhabited cities, where ancientness and culture linger in every corner and where, on this Photography Tour, travel and street photography salvation is there to be attained.
Unravel the secrets of mystical Bandipur under the sagely guidance of Toehold’s mercurial ‘Catmen’, on this Weekend Bootcamp. Bandipur National Park in Karnataka, India, is one of the best places to behold and photograph the majestic tiger and the elusive leopard among other wildlife.
Explore the wild riches of the lower Himalaya. Rewind time, dive into India’s oldest and one of the most celebrated Tiger Reserves and discover the extraordinary biodiversity of Jim Corbett’s Kumaon.
Set foot on a wondrous island shaped by opposing forces and see its magic dazzle with all its whimsical colours. In Iceland, nature puts on a spectacular show that’s unique to its landscapes. Its waterfalls, glaciers, night sky phenomena, geysers, fjords and volcanoes will mesmerise you forever.
Seeing tigers is moving enough but spending an entire day in their pursuit in their natural habitat is surreal. Enter Ranthambhore in Rajasthan, India, to experience the ethereal on our Tiger Photography Tour. See and photograph the jaw-dropping beauty of the striped feline beauties in the wild.
On this Wildlife Photography Tour to Masai Mara, Amboseli and Lake Nakuru in Kenya, Africa, see and photograph the Big Cats – lion, cheetah and leopard – and a plethora of other mammalian and avian attractions. Kenya’s vast grasslands and the dramatic light offer great photography opportunities!
Visit Sri Lanka’s most visited National Park and a biome that nurtures in its womb diverse flora and fauna – an endless enchantment to wildlife enthusiasts.
Skipper Harsha Narasimhamurthy successfully completed a Photography Tour and a Photography Masterclass to Kabini and Ranganathittu respectively. Skippers Santosh Saligram and Sachin Rai led the Kaziranga Wildlife Photography Tour.
My First Return to Africa – Part 2
Tanzania Travelogue by Sourabha Rao
In this second part of her Tanzania travelogue series, Sourabha Rao shares the indelible experiences of witnessing the chaos of Dar es Salaam’s markets and the silences of the museum and the eternal non-silences of the sea.
Hearty congratulations to our Patron Zhayynn James!
For winning a Bronze in the One Eyeland Awards
We are proud to share with you that our Patron Zhayynn James’s evocative wildlife image ‘Spin Dry’ has been awarded a Bronze in the prestigious One Eyeland Photography Awards 2018! We wish him many congratulations and more beauty and success in his endeavours in the years to come.
2019 has begun with all this joy from yesterdays and with hope for tomorrows thusly. We bid you adieu for now and will come back to you with more experiences to share next month. Until then, good light!