Well known as the jewel of Vidharbha, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve has grown in popularity due to the surge in photographer traffic that thronged the forest to shoot tiger cubs during the 2010-2013 season. The park has become a hot spot for tiger photography in India today, with some more limelight due to the presence of a young black panther in the tourism zones.
Tadoba is rich in biodiversity. Apart from big cats like tigers and leopards, Tadoba is also a great place for big games like sloth bears, wild dogs (Dhol) and the Indian gaur.
For tiger spotting: March to June is ideal. However, if you are looking at a great backdrop for the jungle cat to pose in, then the post-monsoon months when the forest is lush is ideal! Dec to February is a good time for photographing tigers in beautiful winter light.
Full day zone free access permits are available on special request and Nature Wanderers team can help you in arranging the same in case your booking request reaches us well in advance. That gives you an edge as a photographer.
Focal ranges till 300 mm are ideal. The 100 – 400 mm Canon, Sony or Nikon variant is great as you get the required flexibility to shoot mammals. 70 – 200 mm is a great lens for shooting tigers in their natural habitat.
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