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Indrajit Latey

Indrajit Latey has worked in the fields of wildlife management and nature tourism for the past 19 years. His interest in wildlife was ignited during his childhood years, when he spent summers in Melghat Tiger Reserve in India’s northern state of Maharashtra. He later worked as a naturalist for the World Wildlife Fund in Pune, and for six years lived and worked in Kanha National Park. Whether he is guiding wildlife groups, diving in coral reefs, or skiing in the Himalayas, Indrajit is at home in all terrain. He is passionate about photography and realized a childhood dream a few years ago when he visited Africa’s Masai Mara and Serengeti as leader of a group of professional photographers. In 2017, he used his conservation and wildlife knowledge on a month-long stint to explore the northeastern rainforests of India.

Upcoming Trips: TBA

Past Trips

Client Testimonials


We were a group of wildly divergent personalities, but Indrajit expertly handled everyone's needs and expectations. He made it all seem easy, which is an indication of how well-developed his leadership skills are. What an amazing man he is.
— Bonnie B., Bakersfield, CA
Central India: In the Realm of the Tiger
This was my first trip in two years and Indrajit made it even more special. His knowledge of wildlife and its conservation, the environment and its potential threats, and India and its culture, was amazing and seemed so natural to him. He has a fabulous personality with wonderful humor and was always willing to help when needed. He’s a lovely person and I’m so lucky to have met him.
— Paulette L., Brooklyn, NY
Central India: In the Realm of the Tiger
Indrajit had an amazing ability to organize and ensure everything went smoothly. His knowledge and willingness to share created unparalleled learning opportunities—not only of nature and its place on this planet—he also shared information about India, its culture, traditions, and belief systems.
— Bridget H., Brooklyn, NY
Snow Leopards and Tigers of India
Indrajit is a master guide of the areas we visited, and so much of India. He had so much valuable, pertinent information that made our trip interesting, exciting, and wondrous.
— Carol B., Novato, CA
Snow Leopards and Tigers of India