CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Indian-American wildlife photographer Bhasmang Mehta is moving his travel company, Wildlife Sojourns, to the states after enjoying success overseas in India. Wildlife Sojourns curates and plans the best wildlife excursions to India for tourists and travelers hoping to get the best out of their trip. As travel slowly makes a comeback in 2022, in the aftermath of the pandemic, Wildlife Sojourns offers a one-of-a-kind travel and safari experience to their clients that promises to be filled with adventure and fun.
A Variety of Safari Spots to Explore
Wildlife Sojourns boasts a variety of wildlife safari packages that offer diverse experiences and adventures exploring the natural environments and most beautiful regions of India. From Royal Bengal Tiger at Sunderbans, to the Gir lions in Gujarat, to the leopards in action in the wilderness of Jawai Hills, India has a lot to offer to wildlife enthusiasts. At Wildlife Sojourns, Bhasmang and Zankhana Mehta have curated the best wildlife safaris in India to bring you close to nature.
After more than a decade of capturing wildlife photography in India, Wildlife Sojourns has a wealth of experience and established connections with some of the best forest guides in the country. With a combination of great resources, knowledge, and experience, Wildlife Sojourns offers an experience and an interaction with the natural world that is nothing short of memorable.
Meet the Owners: Bhasmang and Zankhana Mehta
Bhasmang Mehta was born in India to a family of doctors and industrialists, Bhasmang decided to go down the less-traveled path. An avid photographer since he was a child, he has a wealth of experience taking wildlife expeditions, and capturing nature in its prime moments on his camera.
Zankhana is co-founder of Wildlife Sojourns and an eager filmmaker who has made some notable short films on the wildlife of India. While Big cats have been her favorite subjects to capture on the lens, she has also done some notable works on butterflies.
Bhasmang and Zankhana discovered their mutual love for wildlife and wildlife photography in 2002 on their maiden trip to Gir National Park. Since then, the two have extensively explored the wildlife sanctuaries of India. In 2017, Bhasmang decided to share the experience of wildlife safaris with the rest of the world; thus, Wildlife Sojourns was born. As equal partners, both Bhasmang and Zankhana oversee the operations of Wildlife Sojourns.
Customers of Wildlife Sojourns often praise it for the high standard of hospitality, as well as the attention to detail Wildlife Sojourn provides. “I have done two trips with Wildlife Sojourns, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, and Jawai Leopard safari. The experience was amazing, and I still cherish the time spent in the wild with them,” one review reads. As is evident, Wildlife Sojourns helps their customers create memories to last a lifetime when they go on their Indian safari.
Wildlife Sojourns is The Perfect Choice For Tourists And Nature Enthusiasts
Boasting excellent customer service, know-how, and resources, Wildlife Sojourns offers customers a distinctive, fun, and magical experience in encountering the natural world. After bringing this experience to clients and customers in India, Wildlife Sojourns is now sharing its services with residents of the United States from its North Carolina location. As travel reopens in the wake of the pandemic, Wildlife Sojourns is excited to help customers find an escape in a safari, witnessing the majesty of the natural world.
Born in India to a family of doctors and industrialists, Bhasmang decided to go down the less traveled path. An avid photographer from a very young age, he has been on countless wildlife expeditions, capturing the wild side of nature on his camera. In 2017, he decided to share his experience of wildlife safaris with the rest of the world, and thus Wildlife Sojourns was born. A resident of North Carolina now, with strong ties to his friends and family back home, his wildlife photos have been published in prestigious magazines such as Lonely Planet and Frontline. He has also contributed several works to the renowned Bombay Natural History Society. He regularly holds workshops on wildlife photography for enthusiasts, to teach them the nuances of the field.