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2018 Jungles And Wetlands Of Northern India

  • Northern India
  • from £3985.00 (see pricing table below)

Jungles and Wetlands of Northern India

Saturday 24 November – Saturday 8 December 2018

The mountains, forests, lakes and beautiful villages of Northern India occupy one of the last great wilderness areas of Asia. Unspoilt and wild, a truly irresistible destination for nature and photography! Our exclusive tour led by highly experienced birder and ecologist Richard Baines and award winning professional wildlife photographer Steve Race is a wonderful opportunity to join a small group with the aim of creating an unforgettable experience. You will learn about the wildlife, see and identify fantastic birds, butterflies and mammals and have the opportunity to capture some amazing images of Asia’s finest flora and fauna.

Destinations Include: Corbett National Park, Ramnagar, Taj Mahal, Keoladeo National Park and Chambal River  

The world famous Corbett National Park is a wonderful destination for wildlife. Tigers will be one of our priority species using local expert guides to seek out the best views and photography possible. Other fantastic mammals here include: LeopardJackalIndian Elephant and Wild Boar. This is a great place for raptors with Lesser Fish EagleCrested Serpent Eagle and Changeable Hawk Eagle. Other beautiful birds include Crested KingfisherIbisbill and the amazing Great Hornbill which has to be seen to be believed! These are just a few of the amazing wildlife spectacles which await our trip to this unique area. Streams and rivers are great places for White-capped Water Redstarts and Plumbeous Redstarts

No trip to Northern India is complete without a trip to the Taj Mahal. This is not only one of the wonders of the world it is also a pretty good place for birds with many Black Kites, Parakeets and other birds in the gardens and waders on the river next to the Taj. 

Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur is one of the best places in the world to get close to a fantastic array of wetland species. A photographers dream if you love water birds! November is a great time to photograph birds such as Painted Stork, Asian Open-billed Stork and many other nesting birds as this is the time of year they nest close to the birding tracks. Based at the Birders Lodge approximately 10 minutes rickshaw drive away from the gates of Keoladeo National Park provides an opportunity to spend quality time here between trips to other sites. At the end of November birds of prey should be migrating through the area such as Indian Spotted Eagle, Greater Spotted Eagle, Bonelli’s Eagle and Booted Eagles. In spring 2017 we were treat to great views of a nesting pair of huge Dusky Eagle Owls

Staying at the famous Birders Lodge in Bharatpur provides a great opportunity to explore a diverse range of places such as Chambal River. Here birds such as River Tern and Indian Skimmer mingle with Gharial, a fantastic fish-eating crocodile and Gangetic Dolphin


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2018 Jungles and Wetlands of Northern India

Steve Race Steve is an award-winning professional wildlife photographer based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. He has been a keen naturalist and photographer for over 30 years, lived on the Yorkshire Coast all of his life and believes there is no better place for variety of habitats and amazing wildlife. Inspired by the... Read More

2018 Jungles and Wetlands of Northern India

Richard Baines Richard is an experienced ornithologist/ecologist who has been studying and working as a Wildlife Guide and in Nature Conservation for over 30 years. From recording UK migrant birds as a volunteer for Flamborough Bird Observatory to monitoring Siberian migrants in China; he has become highly experienced in bird... Read More

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We both want to thank you and Steve for all the work you put into arranging the tour to India. It was a great success and everything went well....Read Full Review »