Project Description

(Last Updated On: February 13, 2019)

Private Tiger Photo Safari in India Overview

Just the word “Tiger” conjures powerful feelings and if you get those kinds of stirrings then wait until you see a tiger in the forests of India.

Join me on an incredible journey to India in search of the Royal Bengal Tiger. This is a bucket list photography tour that must be seen to be believed! I’ve been to most of the significant tiger preserves and have developed the perfect itinerary for your Private Tiger Photo Safari in India.

Why do call this the tiger photography workshop “best” I am only taking 2 and perhaps 3 clients on their very own exclusive Tiger Safari in India! We will travel in our own vehicle with local guides and drivers. I can customize the tiger safari in India to match your comfort level, schedule, and budget. If you want to join the Best Tiger Photo Safari in India…look no further!

I suggest that you begin your Tiger Safari with this 16 night 17-day safari. We can add further customizations such a trip to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal or the fascinating and ancient culture of the people of India! It is your safari after all!

Private Tiger Safari in India Highlights

  • 16 Nights and 17 Days
  • 3 Clients Maximum!
  • Customization is Possible
  • Includes All In Country Lodging, Meals and Transportation
DATES

March or April, 2020

LOCATION

New Dehli, India

TUITION

$9995 – 3 Star Lodging Single Occupancy

$12995 – 5 Star Lodging Single Occupancy

SUBJECTS

Wildlife, Birds, Landscapes, Seascapes

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Client Testimonials Tiger Photography Safari

Met and exceeded my requests and expectation

I went on a Tiger Photo Safari in India with Jeff and I ask Jeff to customize the trip for some extras that wanted. He met and exceeded my requests. I also traveled to Kenya with Jeff and he was great there too, you won’t be disappointed with him as your guide!

Andrew Cailiff
Tiger Photo Safari in India - 2018

Tiger Photo Safari Workshop Gallery

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