India – Women Only Photo Tour 2024
Please note that costs & dates for 2024 are subject to change as not all our partner properties and local airlines have released their rates. Should we need to revise costs, we will endeavour to keep fees & dates as close to the original.
12 Apr 2024 – 24 Apr 2024
ORYX is proud to present a carefully crafted women only tour to key sites in Northern India, with Senior Photo Tour Leader Penny Robartes.
ORYX’s new product, “Women’s only safaris” have been designed to offer women with a thirst for exploring exotic destinations with camera in hand the ability to travel together. As many women feel more comfortable traveling with other women alone, we decided to craft a set of tours dedicated to women travellers. These tours are designed to allow like-minded ladies to learn, have fun and feel empowered to be creative in an environment of camaraderie and support of fellow women photographers.
Our Women Only Photo Tours cater to photographers of all skill levels. Penny will use her extensive photographic experience to teach you how best to utilise your camera and capture your photographic vision while you are immersed in the spirit of the destination.
Our tour to magical India takes place in April which is the beginning of spring and is a great time to photograph the magnificent Bengal Tiger. India of course has many highlights, but the Bengal Tiger is unquestionably one of them! As spring progresses, temperatures in Ranthambore National Park rise and animals, most notably tigers, seek out water sources to slake their thirst and stay cool in the ever-growing heat. In addition to game drives to search for Bengal Tiger and other wildlife, working the waterholes is a good way locate our primary quarry. We also visit the iconic Taj Mahal and colourful Varanasi on this tour, both of which add an exotic blend of cultural elements to the wildlife highlights of Ranthambore and truly offer an amazing overview of India.
Why this Women’s only Photo Tour is for You
Cultural and wildlife elements including Bengal Tiger, Sloth Bear, Indian Peafowl, the people and buildings of Varanasi, and the iconic splendour that is the Taj Mahal.