Over the past decade our team of guides have travelled extensively shooting images, watching wildlife and having fun! We don’t claim to have the biggest range of photography tours, but what we do have is a selection of hand picked trips that we think offer the best photography potential and value for money. More importantly our trips are researched in order to ensure the local communities and animals benefit from the tourism we generate. We also offer carbon offsetting through the World Land Trust for travelling as we believe the animals, culture and environment should still be there in great shape, long after we have visited. We strongly believe immersing ourselves in the culture and environment of our destinations will give us the story potential to produce great images. Every departure will be escorted by a friendly, experienced UK guide who will be able to coach and advise on the photography opportunities we encounter. With a particular focus on European destinations and locations with a conservation element, we work closely with our local partners to try and make each and every trip special. Our guides have all travelled extensively and will be able to advise clients on not only the practical elements of the tour but also the task of capturing the journey in images. Tours are also put together with the comfort of our clients in mind and we aim to offer itineraries that balance the rigors of getting in the right place for the best opportunities with the need to be rested and comfortable too! We aim to provide comprehensive information for each trip on the website, but please feel free to contact us with any specific questions or thoughts about our trips.
20th to 27th November 2021 - We have been visiting this beautiful part of Norway for many years and feel it is still the number one place in Europe for photographing White Tailed Sea Eagles and Golden Eagles. Our guide, Ole Martin Dahle, has been working with these birds for decades and his expertise in delivering great opportunities for photographers is near legendary.
7th to 20th December 2019 - Africa has to be perhaps the most iconic destination for any wildlife photographer. The choice of safari however, can be bewildering but we hope our ‘Botswana, African Adventure’ tour provides the perfect combination of ingredients for the discerning, nature loving photographer! With 10 days and 9 nights in beautiful, mobile, tented camps, you are right in the heart of
8th to 14th January or 19th to 25th February 2022 - The Cairngorm Mountain region of the Scottish highlands is one of the most beautiful areas in the UK to see and photograph wildlife. Our ‘Scottish Winter Wildlife’ tour aims to offer a range of opportunities with iconic species of the area, included Red Squirrel, Crested Tit, Mountain Hare, Golden Eagle, Grouse and Red Deer.
7th to 11th February 2020 - The majestic Dalmatian Pelicans of lake Kerkini in northern Greece have become an iconic subject within European bird species. These large and impressive water birds have all the characteristics of a great photographic subject being both visually impressive and highly tolerant to being approached. The local fisherman on the lake, have a long history of working alongside the birds, and
24th to 28th April 2021 - The Eastern border of Finland with Russia is home to the magnificent European Brown Bear. This normally shy and reclusive mammal, comparable in size to the Grizzly, roams through these beautiful forests in the search for food. It is to this quiet corner of Finland that our tour will take you in search of these magnificent mammals. 2018 will be
2nd to 9th July 2021 - Our ‘Brown Bear Summer light and cubs’ trip is special not only because we are exclusively using the smaller professional grade hides but also because we are visiting at the best time of year for seeing Bears with cubs in the beautiful summer light. July usually provides the highest level of Bear visits in the season so there should