Tiger Photo Safaris, The Water-hole

Updated: Oct 19

Here, two young Bengal Tigers filmed by our wildlife expert Vedant Dubey, play in a water-hole in the heat of the Indian Forest of the mid North. Here these two large males play-fight in the heat of the sun as tourists photograph and film these graceful big cats. Bandhavgarh and Ranthambore located in the mid North of India are truly wonderful areas to visit as a nature photographer, especially when in search for the Bengal Tiger and Indian Leopard.


Footage by Vedant Dubey



Our Indian wildlife photography workshops/safaris are located in central India, teaming up with some of the best local wildlife guides. Our award-winning wildlife photographers and guides are trained to keep their eyes open to spot even the most camouflaged species in the ecosystem. Photographic opportunities are endless, due to the great biodiversity of Bandhavgarh National Park and Ranthambore National Park including an abundance of wildlife.

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