Classic Travel mulls tour to Indian wildlife park | Sunday Observer

Classic Travel mulls tour to Indian wildlife park

Classic Travel hosted a photographic safari with wildlife expert and professional photographer Rajiv Welikala, in the heart of the Maasai Mara in Kenya. The primary objective of this expedition was to get the best sightings of wildlife possible, and with expert guiding, specialist input the group was able to get sightings and encounters one would only dream of.

One of the key secrets for this was the special off road permits obtained for this tour. This enabled the group to have unrestricted access to the vast expanse of the Maasai Mara, and get to sightings which those having only road permits could not. This further enabled the group to follow lions, cheetahs and leopards while they are on the move.

The camp selected for the stay played a large role as well, in that it was selected because it is one the few camps/lodges which are located in the heart of the reserve, giving the best access for the group, and hence being the first to head out before the crack of dawn and the last to leave the sightings late evening well after sunset.

Classic Travel is already planning to take another group on an exploration of Bandhavgarh National Park in India targeting the majestic Bengal Tiger. The tour will take place in April.

Classic Travel plans to emulate the success points of the Wild Encounters - Kenya tour during the tour of India’s forest with personalised attention and focus on getting the best sightings of tigers and other wildlife as possible.