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India - we love India with a passion and have visited on a number of occasions for filming and photography trips. Angie’s brother David lived in India for 7 years, and the combination of wildlife watching, temples and local colour make this an annual pilgrimage for us. Itineraries include visits to Kanha and Bandhavgarh for tiger watching; stays in the desert state of Rajasthan plus, two nights at the exquisite Oberoi Hotel in Agra to enjoy the Taj Mahal. Nothing prepares you for your first close-up view of this stunning Mughal temple.

We have given a lot of thought to our Indian itinerary to try and ensure the best of the wildlife possibilities while still capturing the unique cultural heritage that the country has to offer. The service at hotels and lodges in India is equal to anything we have experienced in the best camps and lodges in East and Southern Africa, with the Oberoi and Taj groups outstanding. Over the years we have made safaris to a number of tiger reserves and have decided that for our purposes Kanha and Bandhavgarh currently offer the best combination of wildlife viewing with the chance of seeing a tiger. We spend a minimum of three nights at each of these locations and are keen to explore Corbett National Park for the future. It is always our intention to try and capture the character of places we visit, whether setting out on foot to photograph a herder fording a river with his water buffalo or joining a mahout on the banks of a river as he washes his elephant.

The Red Fort in Jaipur, the Taj Mahal in Agra and nearby ‘baby’ Taj are all places offering great photographic opportunities and a chance to soak up on the history of the sub-continent. And you can count on relaxing in comfort at the end of the day with delicious local and international cuisine and first class accommodation.

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