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Panna Wildlife Photography Tour

Panna Wildlife Photography Tour, Panna, Madhya Pradesh, India
Tour Title
Panna Wildlife Photography Tour
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Tour Date
16-04-2020 to 19-04-2020
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Panna, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Film, Fashion, Media and Television
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Both (Technical & Non Technical)
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Panna, Madhya Pradesh, India

Among the most prominent wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh amassing wildlife enthusiasts and photographers from all across the globe is Panna National Park. Located in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, Panna National park is one of the most beautiful forests of India.   With extensive efforts by the Forest Department and wildlife experts today the park boasts of over 50 tigers thriving in the jungles of Panna. It has a core area of 542.67 km2 (209.53 sq mi). Declared in 1994 as the twenty second Tiger reserve of India and the fifth in Madhya Pradesh, Panna was given the Award of Excellence in 2007 as the best maintained national park of India by the Ministry of Tourism of India. It was designated as Biosphere Reserve on 25 August 2011.


Panna National Park and the surrounding territorial forest area of North and South Panna forest division is the only large chunk of wildlife habitat remaining in North Madhya Pradesh in the otherwise deciduous fragmented forest landscape of the region.


The National Park is situated at a point where the continuity of the Tropical and subtropical dry broadleaf forests belt, which starts from Cape Comorin in South India, is broken and beyond this the Upper Gangetic Plains moist deciduous forests of the great Indo-Gangetic Plain begins. This area is the northernmost tip of the natural teak forests and the easternmost tip of the natural 'Kardhai' Anogeissus pendula forests.


The forests of Panna National Park along with Ken Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary and adjoining territorial divisions form a significant part of the catchment area of the 406 km (252 mi) Ken River which runs northeast for about 72 km (45 mi) through the park.


Among the animals found here are the tiger, leopard, chital, chinkara, nilgai, sambhar and sloth bear. The park is home to more than 200 species of birds including the bar-headed goose, honey buzzard, king vulture, blossom-headed parakeet, changeable hawk-eagle and Indian vulture.




Avishek Roy is a successful wildlife photographer and entrepreneur in the field of photography, whose images have been recognized in various competitions and exhibitions. What began as a hobby a decade ago turned into an integral part of his lifestyle and profession.

He expresses stories of the beauty of the natural world through his photography, travelling across, challenging himself in new locations and documenting the wildlife that live there. All of his images are captured in the wild. His photography draws from knowledge gained through the various tours to wildlife forests in the country.

If he is not clicking images, you are most likely to see him talking about the art, mentoring groups and spreading the knowledge and love for photography.  His undying quest to experience and capture the wonders of this awesome planet we call home, is what keeps him striving for a lifeless normal.




Itinerary APRIL 16 - 19 - 3N/4D



The details for this trip are as follows:



16th April (Thursday)

"- reach Panna and check-in to the hotel. Have breakfast.

- Introductions and briefing session by mentor

- Lunch at the resort

- Rest

- Start for Safari 1 at 3:00pm till 6:15pm

- In the evening Image reviews, discussions with mentor"


DAY 2 

17th April (Friday):

Safari 2 starts at 6 am till 11am.

Packed Breakfast in the forest

Take rest till 1 Pm Have lunch and get ready for the safari 

Safari 3 starts at 3pm till 6:30pm

Reach back to the hotel and have tea refresh & relax  Photographs review and discussions with mentor

Have dinner by 9pm and rest for the night



18th April (Saturday):

After Tea we leave for Safari 4 at 5:30am. Safari starts at 6 am till 11am.

Packed Breakfast in the forest

Leave the hotel by 12pm. Visit Raneh Falls enroute and then head to Khajuraho to see the sculptures, and the Light and Sound show in the evening.

Reach back to hotel by 9pm

Have dinner and rest for the night


DAY 4 

19th April (Sunday):

Head out for the last safari of the trip - Safari 5.  Safari starts at 6 am till 11am.

Packed Breakfast in the forest

Lunch at a hotel. Checkout by late afternoon. Train departs in the evening for Delhi.Arrive at Delhi by early morning on 20th April





Price: INR 30000

Amount to Reserve : 5000

Balance due Mar 1 2020

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