Wildlife Tours / Trips
Corbett Tour - 2015
5Days /4 Nights, Wildlife Photography Tour (Tour Completed)
Tour Begins at Ramnagar (Uttrakhand) on 1th May 2015 at 5.30 am and ends at Ramnagar on 5th May at 6.30 pm. (Batch Full)
This safari is really for anyone who is serious, either about wildlife and nature photography, or about in-depth, intense and patient animal viewing. Group size will be intimate and limited between 3-5 people so that personal attention can be made to each and every participant.
What we will see and photograph
Jim Corbett National park, India’s first and Asia oldest national park, is 1318-sq-km park has a variety of wildlife and birdlife in grassland, Saal forest and river habitats, and a beautiful location in the foothills of the Himalaya on the Ramganga River. The most famous of Corbett’s wild residents are Asiatic elephant and Bengal Tiger, but with about 600 species of avifauna, Corbett is one of the richest bird regions of India.
Though Corbett’s five zones – Bijrani, Dhikala, Domunda, Jhirna and Sonanadi, Dhikala will be our main interest. Forty-nine kilometres northwest of Ramnagar and deep inside the reserve, Dhikala is the designated core area, where the highest concentrations of the animals you probably hope to see are found.
During course of our tour, our main emphasis will to observe and document behaviour of Asiatic elephant, as during this time large heard of elephant congregate around backwater of ramganga and in chor area of Dhikala. You will not found better locations to photograph these gentle giants with lovely grassland, beautiful sunset sky and picturesque lower Himalaya’s mountain as background.
Mountain Gorilla Tracking -Virunga volcanoes, Rwanda
4day/ 3night photography tour in Virunga volcanoes, Rwanda (Tour completed)
This tour is extension tour of our “Predators and Great migration-2015” , we will arrive back to Nairobi from Mara on 15th August afternoon and take flight to Kigali ( Rwanda). Return flight from Kigali will be on 18th August 2015.
This safari is for really for anyone who is serious, either about wildlife and nature photography, or about in-depth, intense and patient animal viewing. Non-photographing companions are also welcome.
What we’ll see and photograph
This expedition will take us to lush high-altitude forested slopes of Rwanda, which shelter half of the world's remaining mountain gorillas. Here amidst the peaks of the Virunga volcanoes, the mountain gorillas make their home in luxuriant Montana cloud forest. The Parc National des Volcans is Rwanda's stronghold for these awe-inspiring gorillas and the place where Dian Fossey dedicated her life to them!
Rwanda offers far superior photo opportunity as gorillas are habituated to human visitation. Gorilla groups in Rwanda ranging from 8-40 individuals of all ages, including the impressive silverbacks and small babies.
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- Predators And Great Migration
Spent a week with Yashpal rathore in Masai mara to witness the annual wildebeest migration in yr 2013. This was my first visit to the Mara, I opted for Yashpal as our mentor to see the Mara as he sees it. We stayed near the junction of the Talek and the Olare orok rivers right in the heart of the Mara in a small camp, comfortable and right in the heart of the action.
We were a group of four and Yashpal accompanied us to the safari and we driven by Simon, our Masai Guide. Usually the safaris were full day, every moment spend on safari was worthwhile, light was fantastic, wildlife was in abundance and Yashpal and Simon could be relied upon to place the vehicle in anticipation of a likely photo-opportunity.
I would have no hesitation to recommend Yashpal as a mentor for anybody planning to visit MARA, his organization Nature glimpses can be relied upon to give the highest level of customization possible in the most reasonable price. Yashpals planning and co-ordination with the local guides and camp managers was perfect and we were specially looked after, including a special Indian meal right in the heart of MARA under a starlit sky with the constant snorting of the Hippos in the pool below.
Dipanker Mazumdar (Architect), New Delhi
I would like to take this opportunity & chance to thank Mr Yashpal Rathore, for such an amazing experience we had in Kaziranga last week ( Feb 2014). Everything was planned to minute detail and all the logistics were perfect. Timing was superb & we could easily record 40+ photographable species in birds & off course innumerable photo opportunities for mammals. Yashpal is a no nonsense guy, knowing him from last 2 years, I have understood that he organizes things only for serious nature photographers. I can vouch for the economics of the whole trip which was very reasonable....Cheers
Dr Eash Hoskote, Bangalore
I had my first tiger safari to Tadoba Tiger reserve with my friend last June 2013. We had awesome sighting and thanks Yashpal for great experience.
Madhusudan , Bangalore
We have been to Kenya on "Predators & Great migration 2013" trip to Kenya with Yashpal Rathore, what a memorable trip it was. Selection of camp and guide was excellent. We wish to join him again next year.
Anand Sachdeva (Architect) , New Delhi
I like travelling with you, as your trips are well planned and economical. I am Looking forward for next Kaziranga trip in Feb 2014.
S. R. Gopalan, Bangalore