Whether you are just starting off on your photography journey or you are a seasoned wildlife photographer, Corbett national park is perhaps one of the best places to enhance and showcase your wildlife photography skills. No wonder then that it is our top wildlife destination in India. The lure for the high traction to the park maybe tiger spotting, however, it is also one of the best places in Asia to photograph wild Asiatic elephants in their natural habitat.
The reason Corbett national park and Royal Bengal tigers have become synonymous, despite the rare sighting of the striped cat, is because of the magnificence of seeing the tiger in the picturesque terrain of the Himalayas. Apart from these wild animals, this is also an ideal location for bird photography because of the variety of exotic Himalayan birds that are found in these forests. The major charm of Corbett is the opportunity to stay inside the national park in old forest bungalows now operated and run by the forest department. Make the best use of the light and create some dramatic images in India’s oldest national park.
Asiatic elephants in grasslands of Dhikala
Royal Bengal tigers in Sal forests and crossing the Ramganga river of Corbett
Exotic Himalayan birds
For shooting tigers and Asiatic elephants – March to June
For shooting birds – November to February
For Landscape photography – October to December
Long lenses are recommended and 400mm+ is ideal for both birds and mammals.
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