Photo Tours

We offer worldwide photo tours to the top destinations for wildlife, landscape and cultural photography. Our trips are designed by photographers, for photographers. All trips are led by experienced, knowledgeable professional photographer guides who will help you get great photos and answer your questions about everything from photo techniques to the wildlife, places and people you encounter along the way.

Our trips are designed for all skill levels so, whether you’re a seasoned photographer or just starting out, you’ll feel right at home on any of our photo tours.

Below is a list of ALL of our current photo tours. You can also search by Date, Region or Type from the drop-down menus at the top of the page.

We're here to answer your questions about any of the trips that interest you, so don't hesitate to Contact Us!

Birds and Musk Oxen of Nome, Alaska
Jun 01 - Jun 07, 2019
Photograph the summer arrival of shorebirds, waterfowl and northern songbirds in Alaska’s arctic. Create images of grazing musk oxen, caribou, moose and red foxes on barren tundra hillsides and verdant valleys—all under the summer’s long hours of daylight. 
Ultimate Galápagos
Jun 05 - Jun 22, 2019
Darwin's enchanted islands at their best—albatrosses, penguins, boobies, tortoises and iguanas plus a comfortable boat and great snorkeling! The most exciting and comprehensive Galápagos itinerary we've ever offered. Enjoy good food, tropical sunshine and a chance to walk an unspoiled beach.
Birds of Barrow, Alaska
Jun 09 - Jun 16, 2019
Three stunning species of arctic eiders—Steller's, king and spectacled plus Pacific loons, long-tailed ducks and red and red-necked phalaropes provide exciting photo opportunities. Shoot a spectacular array of shorebirds in breeding plumage in full courtship display along the Arctic Ocean coast.
Where Humpbacks Breach—Alaska
Multiple Departure Dates 2019
Experience the breathtaking excitement of humpback whale photography in the pristine waters of the Alaska’s Inside Passage during the prime summer season. Whales breach, tail-slap, and bubble-net and lunge feed amidst snowcapped mountain backdrops. Group size is limited to 6 participants.