Indrajit Latey has worked in the field of adventure sports and wildlife for the past 17 years. His passion for wildlife & nature was ignited in his childhood years, since he spent most of his summers in the Melghat tiger reserve in Northern Maharashtra.
With an intense passion for photography, he has a proficiency in ornithology, mammals and natural history.
He started his outdoor career with Nature Trails – an environmental education campsite and went onto work with WWF Pune as a Naturalist.
Having spent 5 years working in Kanha national park (Madhya Pradesh), he has an in depth insight and expertise in central Indian forests. He has travelled extensively around the country and whether he is guiding wildlife groups, diving in coral reefs or skiing in the Himalayas, Indrajit is at home in all terrains.
He believes that the urban man has lost touch with nature and strongly feels that educating and helping people reconnect with nature will go a long way in invoking the spirit of awareness and conservation. According to Indrajit, conservation of wildlife and natural landscapes is essential for the long time survival of the human race.
Indrajit worked in the Pune-Akurdi snake park for 1 year on identification and behavior of snakes.
Indrajit worked with the Late Fateh Singh Rathod on anti-poaching in Ranthambore.
Indrajit has visited more than 30 National parks and wildlife sanctuaries. The parks range from Himalayas to Kaziranga to south India to Andaman & Nicobar and lastly his specialty: Central India.
In addition to being an outstanding naturalist, he has excellent general knowledge of India and different cultural destinations, an integral part to any Indian itinerary.