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Leopard, Tadoba National Park, India

Kartikeya Singh

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Kartikeya is a keen photographer and naturalist. He has worked as a consultant with award-winning BBC series- Natural World and Planet Earth – with over 300 days of filming under his belt. His guiding skills have been nationally recognised with an award given for the Best Lodge Naturalist in 2010.

In the capacity as a researcher, he has written for many publications, as well as eight years of field research including the Earthwatch research team. Specific to Gujarat, he has worked for many years in the field of research and education, monitoring the ecology and biodiversity of both Gir National Park and Little Rann of Kutch. This makes Kartikey the perfect expert for this tour.

Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore National Park, India
Bengal Tiger, Ranthambore National Park, India

India – Tiger Conservation with New Scientist

Visit the tiger reserves of Tadoba and Pench in search of the Bengal tiger, staying in award-winning PUG certified lodges. Set camera traps and understand the tiger’s habitat and prey species.

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