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Faroe Islands photography holiday

Highlights include… • Dramatic coastal scenery • Múlafossur waterfall, Gásadalur • Isle of Mykines, Puffins & Gannets • Stóri Drangur sea arch • Trælanípa cliffs & Bøsdalafossur Waterfall • Tjørnuvík Beach, Streymoy • Viking village of Saksun, Streymoy • The Kallur lighthouse, Kalsoy • Bøur Beach and Village • Turf houses & churches • Fishing villages & harbours • Gjógv Turf Village We are very happy to introduce this exciting new Faroes photographic tour offering beautifully located accommodation together with a very comprehensive itinerary of top rate locations. Located between Norway, Iceland and Scotland the Faroe Islands have an unspoiled beauty and ruggedness ideal for ...Read more >
From £3,400 excluding flights

Northern Lights photography holiday in Iceland, coast & ice

Iceland is a fantastic destination for any photographer, and this Northern Lights photography holiday celebrates its coast and ice. Iceland has some of the most accessible wild coastal and ice landscapes in the world and it’s also a great location for photographing the aurora borealis. This 10-day photography workshop, run by people who live in Iceland and know all the locations intimately, takes you to some of the best photography spots on the island. We concentrate on two key area, each with extraordinary scenery and landscapes. The trip kicks off in the beautiful Snæfellsnes Peninsula, West Iceland. The coastal scenery here is wild, with black beaches, sea stacks, fjords and unusual ...Read more >
From £3,250 excluding flights

Ladakh photography tour, India

Join this exciting photography tour to Ladakh, India, 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 £3,350 including domestic flights only

Assam and Nagaland photography tour, India

This two-week small group photography holiday will take you through one of northeast India’s most remote and little-known regions in the company of an expert photography tutor and guide. While this trip will give you the knowledge and opportunity to capture a portfolio of spectacular travel images, it will also immerse you in vibrant tribal culture, get you up close to unique wildlife and allow you to meet a whole host of warm, welcoming local communities. You’ll explore Assam’s famous tea plantations at Wild Mahseer and Banyan Grove and visit riverbank communities living on the world’s largest river island in the mighty Brahmaputra River. A further highlight is jeep safaris through ...Read more >
From £3,950 excluding flights

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 £2,300 excluding flights

Midnight sun photography holiday in Iceland

Centred on three key locations that take you well away from the beaten tourist track, this 12-day Midnight Sun photography holiday in Iceland explores this dramatically beautiful country in summer. Travel with highly experienced photographic tutors in a small group to Southeast and South Iceland, for photography against a backdrop of glaciers, icebergs, mountains and black sand beaches. Then it’s on to Northern Iceland, a remarkable place renowned for its stark, lunar-like landscapes. Between bubbling mudpots, steaming fumaroles and wandering volcanic craters, you'll stay on the scenic shores of Lake Mývatn, where you can relax in a natural geothermal pool that's nowhere near as busy as ...Read more >
From £3,550 excluding flights

Italy photography holiday in the Dolomites

Located in northern Italy, the majestic spires of the Dolomites are widely regarded as the most photogenic mountain range on the planet, indeed it is rare to see an international landscape photography competition without at least one finalist image featuring these stunning natural formations. Once known as the Monti Pallidi or ‘Pale Alps’, the carbonate rock takes its current name from the 18th century French mineralogist Déodat Gratet de Dolomieu and is characterised by impossibly steep towers, spires, pinnacles, jagged ridges and sharp pinnacles that thrust skyward from the picturesque villages and alpine meadows below. These resplendent peaks are often likened to majestic natural ...Read more >
From £2,500 excluding flights

Greenland winter photography tour

We are pleased to add a new look winter trip to West Greenland. The dates of these departures have been chosen to make the most of the fabulous winter landscapes and low light that can be found in Greenland at this time of year. The sunrises and sunsets tend to be spectacular and the big arctic skies are dark enough for the possibility of aurora. Our main Greenland base, Ilulissat (formerly Jakobshavn) means “Icebergs” in the West Greenlandic language. Each year, the massive Jakobshavn Glacier calves some 35 billion tons of icebergs into the sheltered waters of Disko Bay and the Icefjord. It is the only UNESCO World Heritage Site on the world’s largest island. Towers, arches, and walls of ...Read more >
From £3,250 excluding flights

Ethiopia photography tour

Highlights include… • Timkat Festival at Bahir Dar • The Simien Mountains UNESCO • Wildlife including Gelada Baboons • Axum, the capital of an ancient empire UNESCO • The Royal Enclave of Gondar UNESCO • Birdlife including the Lammergeier • Lalibela – the centre of pilgrimage and a dozen underground churches UNESCO • Traditional villages off the beaten track • Lake Tana source of the Blue Nile • Ancient monasteries • The largest street market in East Africa • Stunning Desert-scapes • Gherlata Mountains • Hidden cave churches • Local festivals Our exciting new Africa holiday takes us through 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites; the Rock Hewn Churches of Lalibela, the ancient city of Axum, the ...Read more >
From £4,950 including domestic flights only

Photography holiday in Picos de Europa, Spain

The Picos de Europa National Park in northern Spain is a pristine landscape, reminiscent of parts of Tolkein’s Middle Earth. Jagged, knife-edged peaks and ridges rise above alpine meadows and dense ancient forests where bears, wild boar and wolves still roam and thrive. In some places the evaporating morning mists reveal abandoned villages that mark the historic human retreat from these areas. Despite its stunning scenery, the wilder areas of the park tend to have few visitors, making them ideal for photographers looking for unspoiled scenic vistas and some iconic shots. Our trips through this area will also take in inhabited but sleepy villages where a strong Celtic culture still ...Read more >
From £2,150 excluding flights

Bruges photography holiday in Belgium

Bruges or 'Brugge' in Flemish, has often been dubbed the 'Venice of the North': its photogenic waterways and fairytale architecture make it one of the prettiest cities in Europe. Here is a city that will capture your heart. A well deserved Unesco World Heritage site retaining the mysteries of the Middle Ages and unashamedly exuberant, Bruges has been an international metropolis for centuries. The city of Bruges boasts impressive medieval architecture mixed with some marvellous 19th-century buildings. There is a wide range of photographic subjects: street photography, architectural details, amazing canal reflections and urban wildlife i.e. the famous swans of Bruges. Early morning sunrise ...Read more >
From £1,495 excluding flights

Romania photography holiday with James Rushforth

Highlights include… • Local festivals • Steam train and the Ukraine border • Romania's Carpathian Mountains • Gypsy coppersmiths • Cable cars into the mountains • Dracula's Castle • Dramatic salt mine • Churches and fortresses • Medieval towns • Snowy rural landscapes • Potters, weavers and tanners • Metalworkers and glassblowers We invite you to take a step back in time and join us on our brand new photographic trip to one of Eastern Europe’s cultural treasures. Often referred to as the crossroads of Europe, Romania is characterised by medieval towns, spooky castles and cosy farmsteads, interspersed with agricultural hamlets seemingly stepped straight out of the middle ages. Throughout ...Read more >
From £3,100 excluding flights

West Coast of Ireland photography holiday

Highlights include… • Dramatic Atlantic Coastline • Omey Sands • Lough Corrib • Kylemore Abbey • Pristine beaches • Rock architecture of Moyrus • Roundstone Peatbog landscapce • The Twelve Bens • Galway Harbour City • Achill Island • Dun Briste Sea stack • Connemara Ponies • Loch Inagh Valley • Ballinasloe Horse Fair CONNEMARA, GALWAY AND COUNTY MAYO Introducing a visually exciting new photographic adventure exploring the coastline, landscapes and culture of Connemara, Galway and County Mayo. Connemara comprises a well known and scenic broad peninsula between Killary Harbour and Kilkieran Bay to the west of County Galway. Its name is derived from Conmhaicne Mara meaning 'descendants of ...Read more >
From £2,850 excluding flights

Greenland photography tour, Uummannaq & Ilulissat

Highlights include… • Helicopter to Uummannaq • Wild polar landscapes • Sunset sail through icebergs • Possibility of aurora borealis • Uummannaq Settlement • Ice fishing photography • Colourful wooden houses • Harbour life & Inuit Culture • Dog sledging photography • Snowmobiling to locations • Hotel with Icefjord views • Greenland Inuit local life • World Heritage Site INTRODUCTION This is an exciting two-base winter trip to West and North Greenland. The March date of this departure has been chosen to make the most of the fabulous winter landscapes and low light that can be found in Greenland during March. The sunrises and sunsets tend to be spectacular and the big dark ...Read more >
From £4,115 excluding flights

Slovenia photographic holiday

Highlights include: Historical churches on lakes and hilltops Detail-rich old buildings and villages Extraordinary autumn colours in alpine forests Lake reflections and waterfalls Carved limestone gorges with turquoise rivers Precipitous alpine peaks A visit to Slovenia’s best-preserved mediaeval town Superb food and hospitality Outstanding locations within walking distance of our base. The scenic Julian Alps We are thrilled to introduce our new and classic photographic itinerary in the scenic Julian Alps. This eight day holiday will be based around a love of photography and good food. We stay in just one beautifully located, scenic base in a guesthouse with excellent, relaxing ...Read more >
From £2,350 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 £3,150 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 £3,950 excluding flights

Arctic Norway photography holiday

Highlights: Scenically located hotels Snowmobile adventure Unique birdlife Northern Lights Reindeer & arctic light Steller’s & King Eider Cormorants & Guillemots Puffins in the snow Low light photography Coastal landscapes Traditional colourful houses Remote lighthouses This is an exciting new photographic adventure to the Varanger Peninsula in Norway. Varanger is located in Finmark, the most northeastern part of Norway bordering on Russia and Finland. Arctic landscapes remain a firm favourite with our guests and this trip truly takes us to one of Norway’s most remarkable and little visited arctic areas. Varanger is world renowned for it’s incredible birdlife. Our adventure begins in ...Read more >
From £3,500 excluding flights

Iceland Highlands photography tour, waterfalls & canyons

Most visitors to Iceland stay in the south and west of the country – this outstanding Iceland summer photography tour instead takes you deep into the vast, remote and dramatically beautiful interior. Led by experienced, professional photographer guides, you’ll travel by robust 4x4 vehicles across wild geothermal areas, past stunning waterfalls, glaciers and lava flows, and return home with a truly unique portfolio to treasure. Iceland’s interior is considered one of Europe’s last great wildernesses. Indeed it is only really accessible for a few weeks every year. You’ll fly from the charming capital, Reykjavik, to Akureyri, then spend the next 11 days immersed in unforgettable, ...Read more >
From £3,200 excluding flights

Rajasthan photography holiday in India

Highlights include a classic train journey to Jaipur's Pink City then a visit to the Pushkar Camel Fair, Jodhpur's Blue City. Then travelling through the Aravelli Hills to lesser known gem of Rankapur, we finish in Udaipur, the romantic ‘Venice’ of India. Rajasthan - “Land of Great Kings” - was the first state to fully embrace tourism in India. This is reflected in the sophistication of the state’s infra-structure for tourists. Our hotels is Rajasthan are all delightful quiet havens steeped in tradition, and they are very comfortable. Our tour begins and ends in Delhi and visits some very well researched locations in between. Arguably the men of Rajasthan wear the biggest turbans in ...Read more >
From £3,950 excluding flights
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