Bandhavgarh National Park: Painting Classes with Wild Inspiration - 4N/5D
Painting: Learn wildlife painting with renowned artist Kay Hassall who is also your host
Wildlife: Get inspired by your 4 jeep safaris and a walking safari
Artistic Inspiration: Excursions to Chenchpur Waterfall and Tala Village should get those artistic juices flowing.
Tigers: Bandhavgarh with the highest tiger density is your best chance to spot the striped cat
Great Company: Your hosts, guides and teachers - Satyendra Tiwari, a renowned photographer, and his talented wife Kay Hassall Tiwari - share their experiences, knowledge and Joie De Vivre with you.
Don't get drawn into "Tiger-Chasing" like ordinary tourists at Bandhavgarh. The National Park, and your hosts have much more to offer. Visit Shesh Shayya, a huge statue of Lord Vishnu in the middle of the forest. Kay, who is a renowned painter as well as a glass and ceramic artist, maintains a Genealogy of all tigers in Bandhavgarh; and you must ask Satyendra to show you his photographs - he has held exhibitions far and wide.
Resting in the Vindhya Ranges, Bandhavgarh National Park is the only national park in India that started with zero Tiger population in 1968 and today has the reputation of having highest Tiger Density in its old Tala Range. Along with tigers and panthers, the Bandhavgarh National Park is home to several species of deer except Barasingha and other animals such as Gaur, Sloth Bear, Wild Boar, Blue Bull, Hyenas, Dhole, Jackal and Indian wolf. Monkeys, both the Rhesus Macaque and the Langur variety are plentiful as well. Bandhavgarh is one of the most scenic parks in the country.Visit to the Tala zone shows you the marks of early history of the park; and the visit to Magadhi & Khitauli Range shows the latest efforts of conservation in the park.