Rs. 19,000.00 onwards
Gaurav at the age of 3, having picked up a Kodak film camera gifted by his dad in 2001, began clicking pictures of his family members and pets. Later on, during one of his holidays, his father V.Ram Narayanan offered him his film SLR camera. Thus began Gaurav his true passion – capturing the wonders of the South Indian Wilderness. This interest has made him travel across the Indian sub-continent and around the world shooting it’s diverse and myriad wildlife. With a keen eye for perfection, Gaurav shoots all genres of wildlife.
2011: Highly Commended in the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year in the 11-14 years Category
2012:Highly Honored Winner in the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards in the Youth category
2014: Category Finalist in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year in the Wild I Special Interactive Award Highly Honoured Winner in the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards in the Youth category
2016: Runner up in the Bird photographer of the Year, UK
An apt example of an Oasis is the Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan. Keoladeo, in the city of Bharatpur has a very rich history dating back a few hundred years. Approximately 250 years ago, the Maharajas built bunds to create Wetlands which in due course of time became a magnet for a plethora of migratory and resident birds. Over the years, kings, viceroys and their guests enjoyed sport hunting of ducks and other birds.
But after 1982, wildlife laws were brought in and the sanctuary was declared a National Park. It was named Keoladeo Ghana; later in 1985, Keoladeo was declared a UNESCO world Heritage site.
Measuring just about 30 sq. Km. in size, the park is home to wide variety of avian fauna. Almost 400 species of birds call this heaven their home. With the arrival of winters, the migratory birds arrive on their southern sojurn. The mist rising up from the water and the golden light with a flock of ducks amidst is any photographer's dream.
Not to forget, there are mammals too in the park and on any given day, you are bound to chance up on Nilgai, Jungle cats, Jackals and deer. Occasionally, you could see an Indian Rock Python basking in the sun.
The winters are coming! This is your chance to experience the bounties of this Heritage site. Don't waste time and shoot an email to email@example.com
Day 01 [November 28, 2018]:
- Guests arrive in Bharatpur by noon. After check-in, the group meets for lunch. The Rickshaw drivers will arrive in time to enter the park at 3:00 pm. We will spend the entire evening exploring the various wetlands for ducks in particular.
Day 02 [November 29, 2018]:
The guests will leave with packed breakfast at 6:00 am to the gate. The day’s focus will be to maximize the opportunities with the fog and golden light in the morning. After breakfast, based on the activity of birds, the next plan will be decided.
Time permitting, we will try to make some silhouettes and return to the lodge after sunset. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner before retiring for the day.
Day 03 [November 30, 2018]:
- The day’s schedule will remain the same as day 2. However, we will focus on different subjects today as compared to day 2.
Day 04 [December 1, 2018]:
Checkout and disperse to Ranthambhore or return home.
PER PERSON COST: Ex Bharatpur INR 26,999 on twin sharing basis for Indian Nationals
Ex Bharatpur USD 500 on twin sharing basis for Indian Nationals.