Wildlife/Photography Expedition to Agumbe

Amoghavarsha, an experienced wildlife photographer, is conducting another monsoon wildlife/photography expedition.

The next monsoon expedition to Agumbe is scheduled for 28th and 29th of August. This will be the last expedition in the peak monsoons, after this the monsoons will subside and so will photography opportunities.

The last expedition was exciting and very fruitful with sightings of 2 wild King Cobras at close quarters and of course many more snakes, frogs and nocturnal animals.

Do take a look at

http://amoghavarsha.com/workshops/agumbe/

for more information, testimonials and photographs.

If any of you are interested, contact Amogh at +91 99010 44344.

2 Comments so far

  1. sriram (unregistered) on November 26th, 2010 @ 10:25 am

    Agumbe is one of the most stunning places I have ever visited. Nestled in the western ghats near shimoga, it is a paradise for a photographer. The view from the sunset point is especially stunning. Probably the only rain forest in India, it is home to the majestic King Cobra. Unfortunately this area is seeing a lot of Naxalite activity now. Hopefully it will not affect the tourist potential of this place.


  2. Deponti (bglr_deepa) on November 26th, 2010 @ 10:34 am

    True…let’s hope Agumbe remains as beautiful, for ever!



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