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srishti events

Team Srishti is thrilled to announce our first event in the realm of wildlife photography. We are organizing an exclusive wildlife tour set in wilderness of Jim Corbett National Park taking place from 27th - 30th March, 2024 .

Jim Corbett National Park is a forested wildlife sanctuary in northern India’s Uttarakhand State. Rich in flora and fauna, it’s known for its Bengal tigers.

About the mentor:

Subhash Nair is an exceptional wildlife photographer based in Kerala, whose passion for documenting wildlife dates back to 2007. With unparalleled expertise in the field, he has dedicated himself to capturing the beauty and essence of the natural world. From the dense forests to the serene backwaters of Kerala, he has honed his craft, bringing to life stunning images that evoke a sense of wonder and respect for the incredible biodiversity that surrounds us. Traveling with him and learning photography from him during this tour can widely help you explore your interest and passion in the field of wildlife photography.


Professional fee, Twin-sharing accommodation in comfortable non-air-conditioned rooms, all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) and hot beverages (coffee and tea) & Safari charges.


Transport from your location to Jim Corbett and back, parking fee, Camera & Lenses fees (participants will be advised of the estimated fees in advance), medical and Tips and other expenses.

Travel Tips:

Opt for comfortable clothing mostly in subtle shades of green, black, grey, or brown, as they allow for better blending with the surroundings. Avoid bright colors.

Wear comfortable walking shoes.

Please make sure your cameras and equipment are safely packed.

Refrain from smoking, as it poses a risk of starting a forest fire.

Remember to bring essential items such as a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, flashlight, and water bottle, considering the significant amount of time you’ll spend outdoors.

Minimize the use of plastic items, as we strongly discourage plastic usage and littering.