The 350 acre Aravali Biodiversity Park is located on the Delhi-Gurgaon border. The nicely landscaped park with well-defined tracks through undulating terrains is very rich in flora which attracts a lot of is species of butterflies, insects and, hence birds that feed on them. This place is a hotspot for macro and birds photography enthusiasts. Take this walk for a guided tour of how to capture macro and birds photography.
Rupankar Mahanta is a wildlife photographer and a skipper of the Delhi team of DCP Expeditions. He conducts regular weekend nature photo walks in and around Delhi for the DCP team. An avid wildlife photographer, Rupankar has won many laurels. He is also empanelled with Getty Images. His works can be seen in www.rupankar.in
Meeting point: Parking lot near main gate of Aravali Biodiversity Park. The gate is at walking distance from Guru Dronacharya Metro station on the Yellow Line of Delhi Metro.
Tips: Please be there 15 minutes before the start time. Once we are inside, it is difficult to locate because of vastness of the park.
Please do not get confused with DDA ABP with entry from Vasant Vihar side. We will be using the entry gate at Mehrauli – Gurgaon road for easy accessibility by metro. Nearest metro station is Guru Dronacharya on Yellow Line. There is ample parking space at the gate.
Extra costs: Cost of ticket and camera fee, if any, are included in price for the participant only. Though children below 10 are allowed free participation, the cost of ticket and camera for them will have to be borne by accompanying participant.