Rare species are always challenging, and each specie has its own set of unique dynamics and logistics that need to be fully addressed for achieving a successful sighting. We, at Nature Wanderers thrive under such tough challenges and pride ourselves in accomplishing such projects. Tracking down a rare species requires sound ground research, immense field experience, collaboration with naturalist and research teams, access, technological know-how, resources and understanding of animal behavior. Time and again we have worked with photographers who have thrown challenges at us and such challenges have sparked the beginning of tourism models around certain species, which have been then followed by others in the field. Right from the elusive red pandas of the Eastern Himalayas to the fishing cats of the Terai belts and the world’s smallest wild cat, to the rare caracal in the Kenyan forests and the clouded leopard in the Southeast Asian rainforests, we have successfully followed through and delivered results in the search for these rare animals. And it’s not just these specific species. As our search for rarity takes us into the thick of unchartered land, we often stumble upon unexpected surprises and many times the photographs created during such expeditions have ended up becoming record shots in the wild. So, if working around a particular species excites you, it excites us as well! Write to us with your specie interest and we may just have the right expedition tailor made for you.