Through our endeavor, we aim to bring to you the best of both the worlds – Luxury and relaxation in the arms of nature while honing your wildlife photography skills.

We offer the perfect combination of expertise and infrastructure amidst the surreal natural beauty of the wild. The incredibly diverse topography of India supports, amongst its natural heritage, some of the world’s most diverse range of wilderness.

One third of our profit will help support specific wildlife conservation initiatives and the local communities we serve. 




A journey to Africa is an immersion into a magical landscape that bridges golden savannah plains and dense emerald rainforests. A multitude of protected areas including wetland and biosphere reserves are upheld to maintain the large populations of Africa’s pristine wild animals including free-ranging herds and big jungle cats.

                                                                                     There is enough biodiversity for photographers to capture during any time or season but visiting during May-October offers the highest assurance of animal interaction. 


An experience in the Indian wild is a multifold delight of the rich and ancient heritage of the country’s wildlife, carefully preserved with proper conservation programs. These protective measures extend to the fauna and marine life as well, resulting in an endeavor to create a rich legacy to be enjoyed by Indians and visitors alike for generations to come.

While photography is good at all times, the dry season from February onwards affords better chances as animals tend to congregate at the water holes at most times, especially big cats like the tiger.

South America

An exploration in South America encompasses tropical paradise and Costa Rica in particular claims a high percentage of the world’s biodiversity in relation to its small size. The presence of vast national parkland has nearly eradicated deforestation, insuring the continued livelihood of Costa Rica’s most venerable species, including unique monkey types, sloths, and avian kingdoms.

A visit to South America from December-April assures magnificent photographic images established by bountiful amounts of sunshine amongst the varied microclimates. 

The time I spent in the jungles held unalloyed happiness for me, and that happiness I would now gladly share. My happiness, I believe, resulted from the fact that all wildlife is happy in its natural surroundings. In nature there is no sorrow, and no repining. A bird from a flock, or an animal from a herd, is taken by hawk or carnivorous beast and those that are left rejoice that their time had not come today, and have no thought of tomorrow.
— Jim Corbett, Jungle Lore

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