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4 nights 5 days Wildlife Photography Masterclass Expedition to Kaziranga National Park. Also includes a day visit to Hoolongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary.

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About The Tour

Sandwiched between the Himalayas and the Bay of Bengal, the narrow strip of land known as Northeast India serves as a corridor connecting the people, fauna and flora of the Indian subcontinent to tropical Southeast Asia and the more temperate northern Asian climes. It is one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots. India has an exceptionally rich heritage of non-human primate populations totaling 15 species. The northeast region has the richest primate diversity in India, largely due to its location in the transitional zone between the Indian and Indo–Chinese sub-regions. Eleven species have so far been recorded from this NE region. Except for the Golden langur and Phayre’s langur, all other species have a large extent of occurrence in the region. The only sanctuary in India, which is supposedly a primate treatise is named after a highly endangered primate species in India - the Hoolock Gibbons (Bunopithecus hoolock). The Hollangapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is a small patch of rainforest an hour from Jorhat. Rightfully it can be called ‘An oasis in the desert’ - an island of dense evergreen rain forest patch in the midst of sprawling tea gardens all around.

Kaziranga - the land of giants, famous for India’s big 4 – the Tiger, the elephant, the rhino and the wild buffalo. Some also include the rare swamp deer as the 5th big. But the deer is hardly big although it is a beautiful golden deer. Kaziranga is also a land of superlatives. It has highest density of Tigers in India, it is one of Indias best managed national parks and is also one of the most scenic national parks of India. Kaziranga is also one of India's greatest conservation success stories. The jewel in the crown of Kaziranga is the Indian one horned rhinoceros. In the 1930s, there were less than 20 rhinos here. Poaching and habitat loss had decimated its population. Today there are more than 1500 rhinos here, and about the same number of wild buffalo and elephants. Along with the rhino, Kaziranga remains one of the best places in the world to see the wild buffalo. The wild buffalo of Kaziranga have the longest spread of horns of any animal in the world. Get ready for DCP's very exciting photographic expedition over 7 wild safaris to Kaziranga.  

Quick Information


Guwahati - Kariranga - Gibbon - Kaziranga

Start Point:



4 nights 5 days

End Point:



  • 5 safaris at Kaziranga National Park
  • One full day exploration of Gibbon WLS
  • Dedicated birding guide at Gibbon WLS
  • 4 nights 5 days accommodation
  • All meals as mentioned in itinerary


How To Reach

For all outstation participants, we recommend you reach Guwahati on day 1 before 2 pm. 

Guwahati is connected via train with major cities. We recommend you reach Guwahati on day 1 before 2 pm.

Reach Guwahati by 2 pm. 

Getting Ready

Things to carry:

  • Telephoto lenses – preferably above 300 mm 
  • Zoom lenses – for the flexibility that it offers for unanticipated circumstances
  • Wide angle lenses for opportunities of landscape photography
  • Carry fully charged batteries for your camera / flash.
  • Carry battery charger. Carry extra pack of camera batteries
  • Carry backup memory cards / HDD storage drives, Laptop
  • Bean Bag (stuff with Bajra or thermacol or Rice).
  • Carry a big towel / cloth to protect your gear from dust
  • Carry a big cloth / bandanna / scarf to protect you from the dust
  • Body Warmer for the chilly early mornings.
  • Sun screens are very important
  • It is advisable to carry basic first aid along with you.
  • Please carry Odomos to keep you protected from mosquito bites.
  • Carry a pair of good binoculars

Equipment available on rental - please mail us at


For all outstation participants, we recommend you reach Guwahati on day 1 before 2 pm. Arrive at Kaziranga and relax in the resort. Have an early dinner and take rest. Next day we will be travelling to Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary and we need to get up really early.


We will travel to Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary early morning. The travel duration is approximately 2:00 hours. Apart from abundance of the primates, several other animals which can be sighted include barking deer, sambar, wild boar, Himalayan orange bellied squirrel, horry bellied squirrel, Malayan giant squirrel, etc. among mammals; python, common monitor lizard, gecko lizard, cobra, other snakes, etc. among reptiles, and one of the best possible collection of avifauna and not to forget the stump tailed and pig tailed macaques.

We break for lunch and then again go back to the forest for some more excitement filled explorations. As the evening sets, we get back to Kaziranga. Relax in the resort. Have an early dinner and take rest. A thrilling expedition is on your way. 

Kaziranga has three major zones. All zones have their own distinctive characteristics. We plan to visit all the three zones during our stay at Kaziranga. We will visit West range today. You will come across abundant photographic opportunities at every corner of the forest. After the safari, relax in the afternoon at the Lodge. Enjoy tasty Assamese lunch. Join the afternoon jeep safari, followed by a the group discussion in the evening over the day's activities.

Join the morning safari to the central zone, which is also a very popular zone. You will have unlimited opportunities to photograph the majestic rhinos, wild buffaloes and elephants. Relax in the afternoon at the Lodge. Join the evening jeep safari. Back at the resort, join a digital image processing workkshop in the evening. You will be able to work on your images shot during the day. Our expert will handhold you on vital aspects of digital image processing techniques.

Join the morning jeep safari in the Eastern range. Agartoli offers excellent birding opportunities as well as very high chances of close range sighting of animals. Depart in the afternoon to your respective destinations.

Field Learnings

On field learning from the experts is said to be one of the best methods of improving your skillsets. Our Wildlife Photography Expert will hand hold you at every possible step for a better understanding of perspectives, camera controls and how to make use of the best opportunities to get better images. The training will focus on the following

  1. How to approach Wildlife in the field
  2. Different modes of shooting (Av / A, Tv / S, M and P)
  3. Exposure control in field under difficult light conditions
  4. Mastering metering techniques (Spot, partial, center weighted, evaluative)
  5. Mastering auto focus, focusing points, AF locking and focus tracking for moving subjects
  6. How to get sharp images of moving subjectså
  7. Framing and composition in the field
  8. Ethics in Wildlife Photography

Image processing workshop

To maximize and complete your photographic learning, join our evening session of informal discussions on digital image processing. Our Expert will work on few of his own images or a few of yours (which you have clicked during the day) and demonstrate various techniques of image processing to give a final shape to your artwork. The following will be discussed

  1. RAW files processing
  2. Histogram and exposure control
  3. Colour correction methods
  4. Cropping and image resizing
  5. Sharpening, cloning, dodging and burning
  6. Noise reduction
  7. Composition

Package Cost

Rs 39,500 per head inclusive of all taxes
*To know charges for foreign nationals please write to

Cost includes

  1. One full day exploration of Gibbon WLS
  2. Dedicated birding guide at Gibbon WLS
  3. 5 safaris at Kaziranga National Park
  4. 4 nights 5 days accommodation
  5. All meals as mentioned in itinerary
  6. All taxes and service chanrges 

Cost doesn't include

  1. Any additional meal 
  2. Mineral water / soft drinks
  3. Tips 


Kaziranga National Park


Cancellation policy

  1. All cancellations before 30 days of the event date - 100% refund
  2. All cancellations between 20 - 30 days of the event date - 50% refund
  3. All cancellations within 20 days of the event date - No refund possible


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