Visit Ranganthittu Bird Sanctuary where various kinds of birds like painted storks, ibises, spoon bills can be seen and photographed. The Cauvery River is also known for its population of crocodiles, which you can spot if you are lucky. At Mysore Palace we have a sunset photo shoot.
Visit Srikanteshwara Temple on the banks of the river Kapila in a serene atmosphere provides a variety of motifs for photography. In Coonoor you visit an old English cemetery. With the historical Nilgiri Mountain Railway you are going up to Ooty. In the evening light we pass scenic views of the rocky terrain, plantations and forested hills, various bridges and tunnels.
A day trip leads you in the area around Ooty, passing vegetable and tea plantations, scenic villages, reservoir lakes and thick forests.
A peak with a fantastic view over the neighbouring mountains and plains is our turning point before we head back our accommodation. Parts of the road will be the same as on the way there, so you have the chance to capture certain places in different light conditions.
We travel in beautiful scenery to Kalpetta. On the way we have various possibilities to stop and capture beautiful landscapes and nature. We visit Sochiapally Waterfall and a view point for sunset shots.
Visit the Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary in a Jeep tour is a chance to spot wildlife. Afterwards we have a stop at Phantom Rock and an old Jain temple in Sultan Bathery. On our way back to Kalpetta we are passing rice paddies in a scenic area with a reservoir lake.
For getting around the settlement and hunting photos, it is recommende to take a rickshaw. You will get a map with some highlights, but there is so much more to discover. We meet in late afternoon to visit the golden temple.
We visit Bekal Fort, located 3 minutes from our accommodation, in late afternoon. The 300 year old fort is one of the largest and best-preserved forts in Kerala. The fort itself covers an area 40 acres with several original observation towers, huge walls and a well maintained garden inside.
Visit the fish market in Kasaragod and a small factory where women are producing Beedis the traditional Indian cigarettes. In a local house we have a homemade meal at lunch time. Capture the sunset at a beach next to Bekal fort and whiteness a Theyyam in the evening, a ritual dance which is popular in north Kerala.
We have a stopover at Madhur Temple. Its three-tiered dome, and copper-plated roofing makes the architecture unique. Close by our accommodation, outside Hassan by a reservoir lake, we visit a beautiful church ruin for a photo shoot in the evening.
In the historical Jain town of Shravana Belagola you can take about 650 steps on Vindhyagiri Hill to reach the majestic 58-feet tall monolithic statue of Gommateshvara on top. In the town various temples, a white pond and street life give a lot of opportunities for photography.
Breakfast + Dinner » Accommodation » Pick-up » Drop » Sightseeing » Accompanying professional local photographer » Guide » Transfer within the tour by bus » Breakfast and Dinner without drinks » Entrance and camera fees for activities in the program » Water whilst on road » Indian Sim card for the tour
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