Tour Details

India, the very place that inspired The Jungle Book one of my favorite movies as a kid.  After an epic trip exploring the scenic country and conducting many extensive outings scouting for the best photographic opportunities, I found India to be everything and more than I had imagined when I was younger.

It’s a fascinating country fruitfully rich in wildlife and traditions, and that’s why I am so excited to announce it as a new addition to our international photography tours.

Overall, I was amazed at the sheer number of subjects available to photograph. Not only did we capture images of tigers on 10 of 14 game drives, we also saw an amazing biodiversity of other species; sloth bears, flying foxes, Gaur, jackals, a brief glimpse of the elusive leopard, civet, eagles, four species of owls, kingfishers, langur monkeys with babies, and the iconic peacocks displaying to their mates. The trip was more than I could have ever expected. 

After countless phone calls and emails, visiting the best properties, interviewing and hand selecting guides that have spent 20 years guiding in India, I promise it will exceed your expectations as well. Everything about the itinerary is custom, we will only visit the most productive parks, and when we journey through them there will only be two photographers per jeep allowing each person the ability to move around to get the best angle and capture the perfect image.

Allow us to lead you, not only to the photographs you to desire to take of tigers and India’s additional extraordinary wildlife, but also to create memories of a lifetime.

Images from India Photo Tours


Aaron Photo tours

“It was astonishing how much we saw. Not just magnificent tigers but also eagles, owls, a wide range of deer and even bears. Aaron made the trip easy and his gentle humour and outstanding knowledge of photography meant that we not only had a memorable trip, learnt a lot about India but also captured some fabulous images.” 4 time Aaron’s Photo Tours participants

“Nothing less than the trip of a lifetime. Aaron and the staff at Aaron’s  Photo Tours attention to details prior to departure and during our trip made this a fantastic travel experience and enabled us to focus on the capturing great images of these elusive Tigers. Coupling this with his one to one mentoring of my technique and work flow Aaron continues to make me a better photographer.”

Itinerary Includes

9 Nights + 1 Day room accommodations, meals, services of air-conditioned vehicle for transfers, 2 internal flights with extra baggage allotment, packed drinking water during all transfers, drives and sightseeing (available in vehicle), assistance at airport and at the hotels at the time of check in, mineral water included in jungle‐during meals, safaris and available in vehicle during drives, entrance fee to all national parks, experienced guides and naturalists throughout the trip, government service tax.


  • Experience the thrill of photographing wild Bengal tigers and a vast diversity of other wildlife in India
  • We will spend time at only the most productive parks and in the best zones based on Aaron’s scouting and meticulous trip planning
  • A small group of only 7 participants on the trip
  • Only 2 photographers per jeep, you will have your own row and plenty of room to make the perfect photographs
  • Optional add day permits and custom outfitted vehicles give you a distinct photographic advantage

Tour Info:

March 4-13, 2025 (Sold Out)
March 14-23, 2025 ( Sold Out)

Group Size: 8 Participants

2023 Cost: $10,795 (Single Supplement $995)
2025 Cost: $10,795 (Single Supplement $995)

Payment Terms: 25% Non-Refundable Deposit, Rest Due at 180 Days Before Departure

You can join the wait list for any sold out trip here.


Day 1:  Arrive in Delhi the capital of India. Our representative will welcome you as you clear customs to a private transfer to our first night’s hotel.  Welcome orientation and dinner as a group.  Accommodations: Andaz Resort

Days 2-5: Short flight after breakfast.  We will spend these days on safari in Bandhavgarh National Park which is considered one of the premier tiger viewing parks in all of India.  Along with a dense tiger population there are at least 150 species of birds in the park, Sloth Bear, Langur Monkeys, Wild Boar, Mongoose, and 3 Kinds of Deer – Chital, Sambar and Barking.  Game drives are by 4×4 jeep (just one photographer per row) and accompanied by resident naturalist and forest guide.  Accommodations: Please Inquire

Days 5-8: Kanha National Park: One of the largest and most scenic National Parks in India is an Ideal habitat for both tigers and their prey, the lush sal and bamboo forests, grassy meadows and ravines of Kanha shelter a significant population of rare species such as tiger, leopard, sloth bear, Barasingha, and wild dog to name a few. Game drives are by 4×4 jeep (just one photographer per row) and accompanied by resident naturalist and forest guide.Accommodations: Please Inquire

Day 9: After breakfast transfers to airport.  Day rooms until departure back to Delhi for international flights home.



Aaron Baggenstos

In the last 10 years Aaron has led over 200 wildlife photography tours around the world. He has earned a reputation for his gracious teaching style to photographers of all skill levels and extensive knowledge of Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, and Sony digital cameras.