Photography Tours


Travel Operator: Wild Nature Photo Adventures
Date: 17 Feb – 28 Feb 2023

Visiting Japan in the winter time is a natural experience that lacks comparison. Japan provides us with a snow-covered mountain landscape that not only gives us amazing opportunities for landscape photography, but also a beautiful background when we photograph animals and birds. We will have unique encounters with Japanese Macaques, Steller’s Sea Eagle, Blakiston’s Fish-Owl, as well as the national bird of Japan, the Red-Crowned Crane. We will often get very close to the animals and be able to get spectacular pictures.

Kenya – Amboseli and Masai Mara

Travel Operator: Safari Photo Studio
Dates 2023: 18 May, 20 July,  1 Aug, 7 Sep
9-Day | 8-Night

This intensive great migration wildlife workshop offers photographers an opportunity to witness and photograph one of the world’s largest animal migrations in action.  Learn techniques for capturing the perfect shot of thousands upon thousands of beautiful animals crossing the Mara River battling currents and huge Nile crocodiles to reach the opposite bank…  Participants of the workshop will be in close range with the animals.  There will be several scheduled image review sessions with the instructor during the workshop so ideas can be explored, shared, and learned by the participants.


Travel Operator: Safari Photo Studio
Dates 2023: Variety of dates all year round. Please contact us
10-Day | 9-Night

Namibia, one of Africa’s best-kept secrets for wildlife photographers, is a country in southwest Africa and home to some of the most unique landscapes on earth. The Namibian landscape is both unforgiving and awe-inspiring. Animals learn to adapt to harsh environments. Because of the government’s aggressive conservation programs, Namibia’s wildlife population is growing steadily. Namibia now boasts the second- largest white rhino population in the world after South Africa. It accounts for a third of the world’s remaining black rhinos. Namibia also has the largest cheetah population in the world. It is home to one-third of the world’s cheetah population. Photographers often find Servals and Caracals during the game drive. Servals and Caracals are considered the best hunters of all African cats. For wildlife photographers, visiting Namibia is a bucket list experience everyone should have tried at least once, if not repeatedly. The safari experience in Namibia is also different from Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa. Etosha National Park is often compared to Tanzania’s Serengeti or Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Park. Its abundance of natural and man-made waterholes amid the world’s largest salt pan draws a vast number and variety of animals to them, making Etosha a perfect place to visit for wildlife photography. Namibia is a vast country with unique characters that can be represented through your lens and your works. Be creative and be yourself. Welcome to Namibia!

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