Date: October 12th – 22th, 2017
Price: $3900 USD
Availability: Last 1 Spot Left
Iceland the ”Land of Ice and Fire” is one of the most spectacular places in the world. Over 11 days, our photography subjects will range from immense glaciers and cascading waterfalls to black basalt beaches. Ever changing light conditions challenge us every time, but reward us later. Last but not least, the Northern Lights might dance in the sky, and we will be there to capture this unearthly spectacle
South Island of New Zealand offers endless inspiration for photographers. With its towering peaks, ancient rain forests, majestic fjords, stunning coastline and gold-sand beaches there is so much to see and to be captured through your camera lens.
Ladakh located in Himalayan Mountains is undoubtedly one of the most unique places in the world. Atmosphere of the Buddhist Monasteries, towering peaks, authentic life of the monks, crystal clear night sky – All this and much more we will witness on this unforgettable photo tour.
Czechia & Prague
Czech Republic is not only Prague. We will capture wonderful wavy fields in South Moravian region, breathtaking sandstone panoramas in Bohemian Switzerland, scenic meanders on the Vltava River, ancient town of Český Krumlov and much more.
Myanmar – Locals are some of the friendliest people we have met in the world and like to be photographed. On our photo tour we will not miss popular misty sunrises and sunsets in temples of Bagan, world’s longest teak brigde U Bein or unique views on Inle lake.
Scotland – Wild and unchained nature in its most raw form can be found on the north of the United Kingdom. Our photo tours will focus on landscape photography mostly around magical Isle of Skye and Glen Coe. Nature will be full of vibrant autumn colours, moody scenes and emotions.
Peru – It is not only Machu Picchu, Peru has much more to offer. Colourfully dressed locals, walking lamas through streets of colonial Cusco help us to emerge with the old Inca culture. We will focus on travel photography in Sacred Valley that represents Peru as we know it.