Photographing wildlife is not just about patience - having the necessary fieldcraft and knowledge of your subject is essential. Let our guides get you close to some of the UK's most amazing animals.
"With the knowledge and expertise of our guide Harry we were able to observe and photograph these incredible raptors in their natural habitat."
From otters to eagles, whales to puffins, stags to Highland cattle, you don't have to fly around the world to exotic countries to have incredible encounters with wildlife.
Eagles are powerful, evocative birds but are also often shy and elusive. The Isle of Skye has one of the highest densities of both golden and white-tailed eagles in the UK, making it the perfect destination to try and photograph these awe-inspiring raptors.
Would you like the chance at sitting just 40 metres away from wild eagles? Our brand new eagle hide on the Isle of Skye is now open, and perfectly positioned to give you the best shot at photographing golden and white-tailed eagles.
A diverse island with many different ecosystems, Skye is home to a vast array of natural life; eagles, otters, deer, waders, wildflowers and more, plus some slightly less wild life such as our very photogenic highland cows!
Otters are a highly charismatic, but very shy and elusive species. At the top of many photographers wish lists, getting up close to them in their natural environment is one of the most rewarding photography challenges out there.
Shetland is the most northerly extent of Britain. This week-long photo holiday is timed to coincide with the height of breeding seabird activity on the islands, as well as giving you the opportunity to track down Shetland’s star species, the otter.
The islands of the St. Kilda archipelago are known not only for being incredibly remote, but also for the abundance of wildlife found there - which it is duly recognised for with it’s UNESCO world heritage status. With large colonies of gannets and puffins, two unique sub-species (the St. Kilda wren and mouse), and rich seas teeming with marine life, St. Kilda is a wildlife photographers dream.
A city with a history stretching over two millennia, London is home to 3 million people and the capital of the United Kingdom. A bustling hub of commerce, London is better known for its anthropological attractions than its natural ones, but if you look in the right places, this city is home to a thriving population of wildlife, with just as much photographic potential as the Highlands of Scotland or the African plains.
Do you have a wildlife adventure in mind? Let our team of professional photographers know and help get you the shot you’ve always wanted.