India Wildlife & Culture Photography Safari

27 March - 14 April 2021


India destinations also available as a tailor made photographic safari

Outstanding Specialist Photography / Film Making Safari 

Featuring Diverse Indian Wildlife & Cultural Experiences 



    Highlights include


  • Bandhavgarh tiger reserve

  • Kaziranga rhino reserve

  • Other wildlife highlights: leopard, sloth bear, slow loris

  • Diverse range of game drives, walks and boat cruises

  • Photograph Holi - India's most colourful festival in enchanting Agra   

  • Agra: Taj Mahal, city highlights tour, Yamuna River cruise & wildlife rescue sanctuaries

  • Experience Indian culture & traditional village life

Tour Leader & Photographic Tutor:  Trai Anfield

Award-winning wildlife photographer, film maker & BBC presenter (The Living World, Blue Planet Live)

Why Choose This Indian Safari?

There are many trips to India on the market, but this is especially set up for wildlife photographers who also like to appreciate and photograph the culture of the countries we visit.  

Highlights of the safari include


  • Two major wildlife reserves:
    Bandhavgarh - here our focus will be on tigers  
    Kaziranga - last stronghold of the Indian One Horned Rhino

    Each has varied habitats, all of which offer extremely photogenic backdrops 

    and frequent encounters with these iconic species, plus an abundance of other wildlife, including leopard, elephant and sloth bear.   


  • Visit little known nearby reserves to track down birdlife and species which don’t reside in the major parks. These excursions may include scenic boat trips, nocturnal species drive and other bespoke experiences.  

  • Private safari jeeps with maximum 3 photographers in each.  Max 5 photographers & tutor

  • Photograph the legendary Taj Mahal in Agra at sunset and sunrise.

  • Experience and photograph Holi, India's most vibrant festival against the backdrop of India's most iconic destination, Agra.

  • Take an Agra city tour and a boat cruise on the Yamuna River

  • Visit nearby sloth bear & elephant sanctuaries.


  • Why March/April?  As well as coinciding with Holi, March/April is an exceptional time of year to visit India's tiger parks: before the great heat of May sets in but late enough for the foliage to have died back for clear visibility and shots.  This is also the time that migratory birds swell the local population dramatically. As the month goes on, those willing to brave the heat can be rewarded with tigers clustering close to waterholes and increased possibilities of interactions.


  • Visit rural villages where tribal life hasn’t changed for centuries, and old towns with wonderful history, architecture, temples, forts, craft traditions and markets​​​


  • The safari is fully bonded through Wildlife Trails, a UK based AITO operator specialising in India.


Full India Wildlife & Culture Itinerary

Please contact us for full details of your India 2021 itinerary

2021 Departures and Costs


DATES:   27 MARCH - 14 APRIL 2021 


Based on six people sharing 3 double/twin rooms throughout.  Limited single room supplement available at £2000


INCLUDES: all internal flights and road/rail transfers, all jeep safaris, local guides and activities/excursions,  all photographic tuition, accommodation and meals as described.  


EXCLUDES: *international flights; visas, gratuities, personal insurances, drinks.

*Allow approximately £600 per person for flights from the UK - we are happy to assist with booking flights and quote on request.

Please note - accommodation in Agra at Holi is limited and always sells out 100%.  Early booking is therefore essential to secure your place! 

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Wildlife Trails was established in Cumbria in 1999 and is an independent travel agency specialising in responsible eco-tourism and tailor-made wildlife encounters.

Their experts have the wealth of knowledge, based on first-hand travel experience, necessary to craft this complex, multi-centre itinerary which will give us the ultimate India wildlife & culture photography experience.

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