Travel inspirations for photographers
Ethnic journey to meet the different people of Gujarat. From Poshina at the north of the state to the Kutch region at the southwest and through the visit of places of interest : Modhera sun temple, Patan and Ahmedabad.
Ethnic trip in Arunachal Pradesh with a first stop in Kaziranga (Assam) to visit its rhinoceros sanctuary, then to Mon (Nagaland) to meet the latest Konyak warriors.
A 17-day journey for the more adventurous among you, to the heart of the aboriginal people of Odisha and Chhattisgarh! An unforgettable trip to two of the wildest region of India ! A total change of scenery !
Discovery of the indigenous region of Bastar, its heritage and its culture through the visit of historical monuments and the meeting with the adivasi peoples combined with the extravagant festival of Dussehra.
Photo-tour combining 'Gangaur', one of the most colourful and photogenic festivals of Rajasthan, with the visit of Udaipur, the romantic city of lakes, and typical villages around.
This 12-day photography tour takes you to the sacred land of RadhaKrishna in Uttar Pradesh (Vrindavan, Mathura, Barsana, Gokul, Dauji, Nandgaon) to attend to the craziest and most photogenic Holi of India.
Journey combining a photo-tour at the Horbill festival in Kohima, a showcase for the indigenous peoples of Nagaland, and a peaceful stay in the eco-village of Khonoma to meet the descendants of Nagas Angamis.
A 7-day cultural Journey to Kolkata and to the village of Jaydev Kenduli, during the Kenduli Mela or Baul's festival, the last minstrels of India. Their songs of devotion are a feast for the eyes as well as the ears!
Photo-tour of Kolkata (Calcutta) during the festivities of Durga Puja, the biggest festival of West Bengal. Visit of the ephemeral temples (pandals) as well as the Bonedis, the old aristocratic houses of the city.
This journey takes you to meet the people of the Thar Desert, in typical villages of Rajasthan: from Udaipur to Jodhpur through the Aravallis Mountains and from Barmer to Jaisalmer, the golden city of the land of the Maharajas.
A fascinating two-week trip covering the main places of interest of Nagaland (Kohima, Khonoma, Tuophema, Mokokchung, Tuensang, Mon) and meeting the indigenous peoples, heirs of the Naga warriors.
This trip combines the visit of several tourist spots in Kerala (Kochi, Alleppey, Trivandrum) with the colorful festivities of the Onam festival and the fascinating snake-boat race of the village of Aranmula.
Photo-tour during the performances of Theyyam, in Kannur (Kerala), one of the most spectacular art-ritual forms of India. A unique experience that leaves you with an impression of returning to the roots of ancient India.