Location: Tadoba and Kaziranga, India.

Bengal Tigers of Tadoba Photography Tour

Encounters with Bengal tigers, one horned rhinos, and other iconic Indian wildlife!

Tadoba Tiger Photography Tour.

Tigers of Tadoba

Tadoba National Park has the largest population of Bengal Tigers in all of India, but receives relatively few visitors making it an ideal location for tiger photography.
Spend four full days tracking and photographing Asia’s largest felines within the beautiful teak wood forests of Tadoba. The park is also home to many other iconic Indian predators such as leopards, jungle cats, dholes (wild dogs), and sloth bears.

Rhinos of Kaziranga

After five nights in Tadoba we will relocate to Kaziranga National Park; a UNESCO world heritage site and home to two thirds of the world’s remaining population of One Horned Rhinoceros. This fabulous park (sprinkled with elephant-grass meadows, swampy lagoons, and dense forests) also supports healthy populations of Indian elephants, wild water buffalo, swamp deer, and more. Although not as abundant as Tadoba, you may see more tigers.

Tiger Photography Tour in Tadoba National Park, India.
One horned rhinoceros photography tour on a tiger trip in Kaziranga National Park, India.


World class photographic encounters with Tigers and Indian One-horned Rhinos in northern India.


February 11-20 2 SPOTS AVAILABLE

$5,195 per person double occupancy

$5,895 single occupancy

Dario Nessi

Tiger photography tour in Tadoba National Park, India.



$5,495 per person double occupancy

$6,195 single occupancy

Dario Nessi

Tiger mother and cubs. Wildlife photography tour in Tadoba National Park, India.



$TBA per person double occupancy

$TBA single occupancy

Dario Nessi

Tiger carrying prey in Tadoba National Park, India.


Luxury Lodges at Tadoba and Kaziranga National Parks

All travel within the parks will be in safari vehicles.


  • Ground transfer from Nagpur Airport
  • All meals
  • 5 nights luxury lodge at Tadoba National Park
  • 4 full days of tiger safaris in Tadoba N.P.
  • Transfers and flights to Guwahati.
  • 1 night in a comfortable hotel in Guwahati.
  • 3 nights luxury lodge at Kaziranga National Park.
  • 4 days safari in Kaziranga N.P. to see Indian Rhinos, elephants, and other iconic Indian wildlife.
  • Ground transfer from Kaziranga to Guwahati.
  • Experienced local guides in each park.
  • Photography coaching.


  • Flights (except Tadoba to Kaziranga)
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Tips
  • Optional extension to photography Hoolock Gibbons and other primates.


Day 1
At noon we will pick you up from Nagpur Airport or nearby hotels, and transfer you to your luxury lodge on the edge of Tadoba National Park. The route through villages and bushland takes around 5hrs, after which you will be served a delicious dinner at the lodge, followed by a short briefing about what to expect over the coming days in Tadoba.  In the evening you will have plenty of time to prepare cameras, relax at the bar, or stroll through the grounds.

Jungle cat on a tiger photography tour in India.

Days 2-5
An early start! After a light pre-breakfast of fruit and tea (tea is a staple in India) you will board your safari jeep and head into the park. The earlier we depart the more likely we are to see tigers on the move, returning from the hunt, so we will arrive at the park gates by 6am. After a couple of hours concentrating on crepuscular wildlife, we will have a more substantial breakfast served in the park to keep you going until lunchtime.

Tiger photography tour in Tadoba National Park, India.

Around 11:30am we will return to the hotel for lunch, then head back into the park for more tiger encounters until sunset. The park is home to a wealth of other animals including leopards, sloth bears, wild dogs, and numerous antelope and deer species; an important part of the tiger’s diet!
Dinner is served in the early evening, allowing plenty of time to download images, charge batteries, and relax before drifting off into dreams filled with tigers.

Dhole (wild dog) photography in Tadoba. Tiger Tour in India.

Days 6
After a final morning safari in Tadoba National Park, we will transfer you back to Nagpur for the flight to Guwahati where you will spend the night in a comfortable hotel.

Water Buffalo Photography on a tiger tour in Kaziranga National Park, India.

Days 7
Breakfast in Guwahati, lunch at your luxury lodge at Kaziranga National Park. In the afternoon, you will head into the park for your first encounter with the iconic one horned rhinos and asiatic elephants.

One horned rhinoceros photography tour on a tiger trip in Kaziranga National Park, India.

Days 8-9
Two full days in the lush green landscapes of Kaziranga National Park photographing rhinos, elephants, and many other potential species including Indian gaur, swamp deer, barking deer, smoth coated otters, wild water buffalo, jungle cats, bengal tigers, leopards, and sloth bears.

Asian elephant photography tour on a tiger trip in Kaziranga National Park, India.

Day 10
After a final immersive morning safari with the abundant wildlife of Kaziranga, we will bring you back to Guwahati Airport in time for an evening flight.

Indian Gaur Tadoba National Park, India.

Optional 2 night primate photography extension
Although you will almost certainly see numerous troops of grey langurs during the trip, if you are keen to photograph a wider diversity of primates, we offer an opportunity to extend your stay at the lodge in Kaziranga for a trekking adventure with Hoolock Gibbons, Capped Langurs, Assamese macaques, Stump-tailed Macaques, and Pigtailed Macaques.

Hoolock Gibbon at Borajan Wildlife Sanctuary.
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