There is a monumental amount of photographic and creative potential available to any photography workshop in India, with millions of travellers and tourists visiting the country each year.

With a population of 1.4 billion people, India is culture-rich and has opportunities for any photographer, whether that be photographing within wildlife, landscape, or travel and street genres.

If you’re looking at wildlife photography workshops in India, then you’re probably hoping to photograph the Bengal tigers. Rajasthan is famed as one the best places for photographing tigers in India, but you shouldn’t rule out the other National Parks. Bandhavgarh National Park, for example, also proves popular amongst wildlife photographers seeking out the striped cats.

But what about other wildlife? Head into the mountains to try and catch a glimpse of the elusive snow leopards, or maybe you’ll even spot a black panther stalking through the shadowy forests. Sambar deer, honey badgers, macaques, and golden langurs can all be spotted, too.

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