Photo safari with Aditya "Dicky" Singh

Experience Ranthambhore with Ranthambhore experienced

Aditya “Dicky” Singh - With a background in sciences and a Bachelors degree in Engineering, Aditya followed this up by joining the Indian Civil Service and worked there till finally deciding that his interests and calling lay in working with wildlife. He has lived in Ranthambhore since early 1998, working on various wildlife documentaries, photography and conservation projects.

He took to serious photography over a decade ago and has one of the largest, if not the largest, collection of pictures from Ranthambhore. Since moving to Ranthambhore he has gone on over 5000 safaris to the Ranthambhore national park, when he stopped counting. As a photographer he probably knows Ranthambhore better than any other person. He is a regular visitor to many wilderness areas in the Indian subcontinent and eastern Africa. Some of his work can be seen at

Over the years he has worked as a Field Assistant / Line Producer for over a dozen wildlife documentaries for BBC Wildlife Division, National Geographic Film and Television, NHK Japan, Tokyo Broadcasting Service, Irish Television and many independent productions. He has also assisted some of the best names in wildlife still photography such as Andy Rouse, Theo Allofs, Steve Winters, Nick Garbutt and others.

He was the Sanctuary Wildlife photographer of the year 2011 and his pictures have reached the final rounds of BBC Wildlife Photographer of the year eighteen times since the year 2009. 

All the pictures on this website are his creations. Check some more of his pictures out in this slide show.

If you a serious photographer and want to get the best out of your safaris in Ranthambhore then there is no better bet than him. If you are a budding photographer then there is no better person to teach you. He does know most of the tricks of the trade.

To shoot in Ranthambhore with Aditya “Dicky” Singh here is what you need to do:

  1. Book at least 150 days in advance and for a minimum of 2 days.
  2. Stay at The Ranthambhore Bagh –

We don’t recommend going on a safari with more than four people in a vehicle, as the vehicle gets too congested. That is why this deal is for a maximum of three people besides Aditya Singh. If you are interested in this trip then write to us. If you want to customize this itinerary then write to us at