Wildlife Photography Tours

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Japan Winter Wildlife Tour February 6, 2025
£1164 – £6235

Just Wolverines Photography Tour May 11, 2025
£518 – £2075

All our wildlife photography holidays, wildlife tours and safaris all over the world are listed below:

On our specialist wildlife photography trips can give you an opportunity to develop your technical photography skills through a series of informal workshops and ‘coaching’ when in the field* as well as giving you the best possible opportunity to photograph some of the world’s greatest and most beautiful wildlife. All of these Wildlife Photography Tours are suitable for photographers of all levels and abilities. Our expert photographic tour leaders will also offer one-to-one time and tuition.

By joining one of these Wildlife Photography Tours you will be joining with like-minded wildlife photographers and gaining access to specialist photography hides and locations where photography is the sole aim of the experience. Many of these locations are unique to our trips and whilst we cannot guarantee sightings of every targeted species at every location we have exceptional success rates in our photographers getting the images they wish.

Our dedicated wildlife photography workshops are aimed at wildlife photographers of all experience and ability levels. We often have beginners with ambitions to learn and improve as well as amateurs aiming to improve their skills as well as award winning professional wildlife photographers wanting to capture images that win international awards and to showcase in their exhibtions.

Not all of our wildlife photography holidays are guided by photographers, some are guided by naturalist guides and we take you to the best locations and hides which allow fantastic photography opportunities. We have found that many photographers prefer to be left to their own devises and so not all of our trips have the guidance of professional photographers. Please read the itineraries of contact us for more information on which tours are which.

Where we do have professional wildlife photographers guide and escort our wildlife photography tours we always work with outstanding photographers who are among the very best in the world. They will share our secrets and and provide tips to help improve your photography skills; these one on one tutorials are invaluable for anyone wanting more and more photography know how.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Wildlife Photography Holidays

Nov 30

Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

November 30 - December 8
Nov 30

Black Panther Photography Tour (Kabini)

November 30 - December 7
Dec 06

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

December 6 - December 14
Feb 06

Japan Winter Wildlife Tour

February 6, 2025 - February 19, 2025
Feb 11

Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

February 11, 2025 - February 27, 2025
Mar 21

Altai Mountain Snow Leopard Tour

March 21, 2025 - March 29, 2025
Apr 04

Europe’s Rarest Carnivores Tour

April 4, 2025 - April 12, 2025
May 01

Ecuador Herping Photography Tour

May 1, 2025 - May 11, 2025
May 01
May 11

Just Wolverines Photography Tour

May 11, 2025 - May 15, 2025
Jun 22

Ultimate Finland Wildlife Holiday

June 22, 2025 - June 28, 2025
Jun 23

Brown Bear Watching Holiday (Finland)

June 23, 2025 - July 2, 2025

Top Animals

  • Japanese Macaque
  • Iberian Lynx
  • Amur Leopard
  • Black Panther
  • White-tailed Eagle
  • Wolverine
  • Snow Leopard
  • Blakiston’s Fish Owl
  • Siberian Tiger
  • Red-crowned Crane
  • Brown Bear
  • Tiger
  • Steller’s Sea Eagle
  • Asiatic Elephant
  • Iberian Ibex
  • Golden Eagle
  • Altai Argali
  • Whooper Swan
  • Dhole
  • Indian Peafowl
  • Siberian Flying Squirrel
  • Eurasian Otter
  • Sika Deer
  • Spanish Imperial Eagle
  • Chital

Fact of the Day

A group of geese on the ground is called a gaggle but in the air they are called a skein

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