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23 holidays found

Scottish Hebrides photography holiday

Highlights include… Common and grey seals in Portnahaven harbour Thousands of barnacle geese wintering on the island (Feb only) Rock formations in Saligo bay Big seas near Portnahven Red deer on Jura Pretty fishing villages The Paps of Jura Huge sandy beach of Machir Bay Coastal scenery around Loch Indaal Light painting the Port Ellen Lighthouse Big skies Possibility to see and photograph aurora (Feb only) Superb home cooked meals General Summary Islay the ‘Queen of the Hebrides’ has long been a favourite destination for birdwatchers although it has surprisingly been overlooked by the outdoor photographic community, so we are thrilled ... Read more >
From £1,850 excluding flights

Scottish Highlands photography tour with Niall Benvie

Highlights include: Classic Scottish mountain landscapes Sea lochs and beaches Detail-rich old birch and pine woodland Waterfalls Red deer Autumn colours in the woods and on the moors Picturesque villages Light painting “Field studio” techniques Base overlooking Loch Torridon Charlotte’s superb hospitality Introduction Torridon and adjacent areas of Wester Ross are outstanding photographic locations that encapsulate the drama of the north west Highlands of Scotland. Vigorous weather systems from the west shower the area with rainbows and heavy rain makes waterfalls and burns gush water the colour of tea. Low winter sun colours the hills with gorgeous light, by early November they may even ... Read more >
From £1,690 excluding flights

Scotland Isle of Mull photography tour, sea lochs, wildlife & waterfalls

Highlights Sea lochs and sandy beaches Piers and abandoned trawlers Spring flower displays Dramatic light Old oak and hazel forests Waterfalls Dawn and dusk shoots Highland cattle Puffins Dramatic cliffs and rock features Superb hospitality Delicious home cooking Light painting. Field studio techniques. Introduction The Isle of Mull in the heart of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides, has a wonderfully diverse landscape and wild coastline. In recent years it has become known as the home of sea eagles, dolphins and larger whales. Eco-tourism is popular although it is very easy to leave the crowds behind to find your own wild corner for ... Read more >
From £1,950 excluding flights

Assam and Nagaland photography tour, India

Highlights include… Tribes of Nagaland Naga Hornbill Festival Majuli, world’s largest river island Kaziranga Nature Reserve Jeep and Elephant safaris in Kaziranga Great Indian one horned Rhino Tea Plantations of Assam Tranquil Colonial Bungalows Monks and monasteries Tuphoema Tribal Village Diverse birdlife Misty River Sunrises General Summary We are excited to announce a new and improved itinerary for our photographic tour of some remote and little-known areas of North East India. Join us for this epic adventure that takes us to both Assam and the tribal villages of Nagaland. Assam is better known than its neighbouring Indian states ... Read more >
From £3,600 excluding flights

Ladakh photography tour, India

Join this exciting photographic expedition to Ladakh, a one-time kingdom in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. On this 17-day trip, discover the very best that this remote Buddhist region can offer the adventure travel photographer. Known as Little Tibet, Ladakh is one of the most remote areas of India. Lying to the north of the Himalayas on the Tibetan Plateau and south of K2 and the Karakorams, it has remained isolated from the outside world for centuries. Ladakh has a rich cultural and religious heritage that is little changed, and it offers photographers stark but striking scenery, vast mountain ranges and remote valleys, centuries old monasteries perched atop craggy cliffs, ancient ... Read more >
From £3,100 including domestic flights only

Northern Spain photography holiday, wild seascapes

This holiday is for those of us who love being close to the sea. Most photographers have a deep fascination and connection to these vast expanses of water that stretch endlessly, seemingly to the edge of the world. This magnetic draw often begins as a child, exploring an exciting world of mysterious rock pools with darting sea creatures, collecting shells, dancing in waves and marvelling at patterns in the sand; it is a totally absorbing activity. The nostalgia, and sense of possibility of the seashore has for many of us a deep emotional pull that can lead us to some tremendously inspired and inspiring images. The whole of North Spain’s Asturian and Galician coast is littered with ... Read more >
From £2,100 excluding flights

Northern Lights, glaciers & ice photography holiday Iceland

Shoot the extraordinary ice and glacial phenomena of south Iceland on this expertly organised seven-night photography holiday. This region is home to several glacial lagoons, black beaches festooned with sparkling sea washed ice sculptures, luminous icebergs floating in surreal turquoise waters, glacial ice caves, incredible waterfalls and the famous Jökulsárlón lagoon, just 10 minutes’ drive from our main base. There is also awesome mountain scenery, Skaftafell National Park and magnificent views of Iceland’s highest mountain Hvannadalshnúkur from the Svínafellsjökull glacier. Accompanied by a photography tutor, you will head out to capture the sunrise and sunset in well chosen locations ... Read more >
From £2,550 excluding flights

South East Iceland photography tour

Train your lens on the reflective lakes, ice-strewn black beaches, glaciers and mountains of southeast Iceland, on this small group photography trip. This superb new itinerary combines our popular ice locations with remote and less well explored areas of the land of ice and fire. Here, the coastline boasts quiet locations, epic landscapes, small farms and dramatic scenery. On the eastern section of this trip, we plan to spend time photographing Iceland’s famous horses, which are directly descended from the first horses brought here by the Vikings over 1,000 years ago. Observing these hardy creatures, perhaps galloping on the black sand beaches, is one of the many wonderful photographic ... Read more >
From £2,650 excluding flights

Midnight sun photography holiday in Iceland

Highlights include… Luminous icebergs floating in a turquoise lagoon Game of Thrones locations Stokksnes and Vestrahorn Skaftafell Vatnajökull glacial landscapes Sea washed ice on black volcanic sand Sunrises and sunsets in dramatic locations Hours of ambient light Purple lupin fields Vast lava fields and Grjótagjá Peak time for birds in Iceland Lake Mývatn Colourful geothermal areas Volcanic phenomena including Dimmuborgir Waterfalls Dettifoss, Selfoss, Goðafoss & Gullfoss Kerlingarfjöll and the Interior Highlands Iceland’s Golden Circle including Þingvellir Locations This remarkable summer workshop concentrates on three main locations. 1. Southeast and South Iceland An area of Iceland ... Read more >
From £3,250 excluding flights

Lofoten Islands summer photography holiday, Norway

This nine day photography holiday takes place on and around the magnificent archipelago, the Lofoten Islands, off Norway’s NW coast. Located within the Arctic Circle, this is a landscape of both mammoth proportions and prettiness. The panoply of colours during these summer months of May and June opens up many exciting challenges and creates fine results for photographers keen to learn from our expert tutors. Staying in two different locations, we have a chance to explore and capture many of the islands’ biodiverse beauties, from the mountains which are still tipped with snow, in contrast with the mauve coloured slopes bedecked with heathers and Arctic flora, the traditional wooden ... Read more >
From £2,950 excluding flights

Northern Lights & orca photography holiday, Iceland

This small group photography workshop holiday, max 10 people, focusses on west Iceland’s stunning Snaefellsnes Peninsula. This area boasts many wonderful landscapes, but in addition to photographing these, we hope to photograph two of the country’s most iconic attractions: the aurora and killer whales. Two private boat trips out into the bay of Grundarfjorður give us the opportunity to spot these beautiful animals. The orcas only hunt here during the winter months, when they are following the herring, a feast of fish that is also enjoyed by a multitude of sea birds including gannets and sea eagles. In the evenings, our focus will be firmly on the skies, as we aim to photograph the northern ... Read more >
From £2,100 excluding flights

Photography holiday in Southern India

Highlights include… Ancient Cochin Chinese fishing nets* Arunachala, one of the world’s great spiritual power centres Tiruvannamalai and locations around Mount Arunachala Visit to the famous temple of Thanjavur (Tanjore) See India’s temple statues being made by hand Chettinad Mansions The tropical forests of the Western Ghats Emerald green tea plantations Exciting cycle rickshaw ride through old Madurai Coracle boats & fishermen Flower markets Rural cattle market Spice plantations General Summary An innovative and exciting photographic adventure visits both Tamil Nadu and Kerala. This is one of our signature Indian adventures and true ... Read more >
From £3,300 excluding flights

Photography holiday in Picos de Europa, Spain

Highlights include: - Cares Gorge - Magnificent Coastal scenery and villages - Soft morning mists - Fine mountain light - Vibrant Autumn Colours - Rich birdlife - Traditional local hotels & food - Abandoned village of Viboli - Cable car into the mountains - Los Lagos, spectacular high mountain lakes - Two nights in pretty fishing village overlooking Bay of Biscay - Cheap flights from London - Spend time with like minded people A photography holiday exploring the magnificent Picos de Europa; villages, forests & the nearby coastal scenery of the Costa Verde. An opportunity to learn how to get the best images out of your digital camera incl image development. three departures, ... Read more >
From £2,300 excluding flights

North Iceland bird and landscape photography tour

Highlights Include Alpine flowers Flatey Island Snæfellsnes landscapes Sea arches and sea stacks Kirkufell Mountain Flight to NW Iceland Black beaches Lava fields Snæfellsjökull Látrabjarg sea cliffs Northwest Fjords Puffins, Shags and Guillemots Dramatic sunrises and sunsets Iceland's peak time for birds Introduction Our creative workshop photographing birds in the Icelandic landscape will start at the end of May just three weeks before the summer solstice when the birdlife is at it's most active and prolific. Our locations will concentrate on West and Northwest of Iceland including the northwest fjords and Látrabjarg, one night on the Island of ... Read more >
From £3,250 excluding flights

Iceland Highlands photography tour, waterfalls & canyons

Highlights include… Sensational journey into one of Europe’s last wilderness areas Photograph Iceland’s newest landscape from the Holuhraun eruption Waterfalls: Iceland’s big six Vast water filled caldera of Askja Exciting locations for sunrises and sunsets Colourful geothermal landscapes of Mývatn Kerlingarfjöll mountains where steam meets glacier Photograph in areas seldom visited by other photographic tours The Golden Circle Flight across Iceland Opportunity for aerial photography Introducing a breathtaking expedition that will include the remote, vast and uninhabited interior of Iceland. Leaving Reykjavik we travel via the Golden circle ... Read more >
From £3,100 excluding flights

Greenland winter photography tour

Running in late February and early March, this 10-day photography trip has been designed to make the most of the fabulous winter landscapes and low light that can be found in Greenland at this time of year. Expect spectacular sunrises and sunsets while at night, the big arctic skies are dark enough for the possibility of aurora. The trip starts in Reykjavík, giving you the chance to tag on a few days in the Icelandic capital either side of your photography adventure, if you wish. In Greenland, our base is Ilulissat (formerly Jakobshavn), which translates as ‘Icebergs’ in the West Greenlandic language. Each year, the huge Jakobshavn Glacier, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, drops 35 billion ... Read more >
From £3,950 excluding flights

Lofoten Islands winter photography holiday, Norway

This Lofoten Islands photography holiday is all about capturing these magnificent Arctic landscapes during the winter months of February and March. Following on from our very popular summer photography holiday, we are now delighted to open up this spectacular archipelago during winter months to keen photographers. It really is another world. The Lofoten Islands, off Norway’s NW coast, have a truly invigorating and inspiring natural heritage with icy fjords enveloped by white, snow covered mountains and spreading beyond all of that, the Arctic Sea. We stay in Ramberg, just above the Arctic Circle, giving plenty of opportunities for dramatic low light photography at this time of year, ... Read more >
From £2,200 excluding flights

Northern Lights photography holiday in Iceland, coast & ice

Highlights • Snæfellsjökull glacier • Iconic Kirkjufell mountain • Coastal hotels • Fishing villages • Vast lava fields • Ice Cave (February/March) • Black sand beaches • Sea arches and sea stacks • Volcanic craters and lakes • Abandoned turf farm • Icelandic horses • Skógafoss & Seljalandsfoss • Vatnajökull Europe’s largest glacier • Luminous icebergs floating in a surreal turquoise lagoon • Bizarre glacial landscapes up close • Country hotel close to the glacier lagoon • Sunrises and sunsets in dramatic locations • Sea washed ice on black volcanic sand • Ephemeral Aurora Borealis (northern lights) Introduction Our Northern Lights, Coast and Ice workshop concentrates on three of the very ... Read more >
From £2,850 excluding flights

West Greenland photography tour

We are very excited about this new Greenland photography holiday which, at present, take place during September, when this magnificent and massive island is in a state of exquisite autumnal transition. The tundra is turning different colours by the day, the waters are freezing yet still flowing, the icefloes are also still very much on the move and the expansive Arctic skies have entered that perfect Northern Lights time of year. During this holiday we are based in a cabin style hotel on the water’s edge in Ilulissat which overlooks an incredible ice fjord. An old harbour town on Disko Bay, its name translates simply as ‘icebergs’ and this natural heritage, on the doorstep of your hotel, ... Read more >
From £3,950 excluding flights

East Iceland Fjords Midsummer Landscapes photography tour

Introducing a brand new photographic trip far from the madding crowd in the remarkable and less visited fjords of East Iceland. The locations that we visit and photograph are not mainstream, but they are non the less exceptional. This is a truly unique trip with some of the best unspoiled landscapes that Iceland has to offer the adventurous photographer. At this time of year it does not go dark in Iceland, we are blessed with magical ambient light that often goes on and on… In addition to the fabulous landscapes this is also prime time for observing and photographing the huge number of birds breeding in Iceland during the summer. These include Puffin, Great and Arctic Skua, Black-Tailed ... Read more >
From £3,150 excluding flights
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