Asia Photo Tours

For many years now our lineup of trips has included several Asia Photo Tours. The diversity of the Asian continent offers a breathtaking variety of wildlife, landscape and cultural photo opportunities that every photographer can appreciate. Whether we're snapping photos of tigers in India, otherworldy landscapes in China, or snow monkeys in Japan, you'll find something of photographic interest on one of our photo tours in Asia.

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The Incredible Faces of India
Jan 29 - Feb 11, 2019
Experience the Kumbh Mela Festival—one of the largest and most photogenic assemblages of humanity on the planet.  Reside in a luxury camp at the Kumbh. Photograph at iconic Varanasi by boat at sunrise. Create images of seldom-photographed ornately colorful tribes people in the Gujarat desert.
Ultimate Tigers
Mar 25 - Apr 05, 2019

Photograph the world’s largest living cats and other Indian wildlife for six shooting days in one of the world’s most impressive tiger reserves. Special government photography permits in Bandhavgarh National Park allow unrestricted daytime entry for three full days. Only two photographers per vehicle.
Mongolia: Golden Eagle Festival & Gobi Desert
Sep 04 - Sep 22, 2019
Photograph the Altai Eagle Festival as Kazakh master falconers demonstrate their skills on horseback while hunting with their golden eagles. Travel into the vast Gobi region of red rock cliffs, sand dunes, petroglyphs, and wildlife, including argali sheep, the world’s largest wild sheep species.
China’s Endangered Wildlife
Oct 08 - Oct 20, 2019
Photograph dozens of appealing giant pandas at two of China's largest breeding facilities.  Visit the remote mountainous home of endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys for exciting up-close photo sessions with these amazing animals. Shoot the world famous Terracotta Army at Xi’an.
Frozen China
Dec 25, 2019 - Jan 07, 2020
Photograph scores of Mongolian horses stampeding over snow-covered grasslands.  Mongol horsemen in traditional dress, rime-frosted landscapes, and the spectacular Harbin Ice Festival round out this diverse winter photo shoot in Northern China.