If you want to take amazing photographs then you need to visit amazing locations. Our goal at Worldwide Explorers is to take you to the most incredible places around the world.
"We just love the way Worldwide Explorers run their workshops with lots of humour, great knowledge and participants who all have the same photography passion."
Quite simply one of the most photogenic landscapes in the world.
With its secret slot canyons and bizarre remote rock formations, you would be forgiven for thinking you had landed on a different planet. Get ready for ten days and nights of photography heaven as we take you to our favourite locations to capture then in all their glory.
Capture the solar system's greatest show.
Many people have captured a partial eclipse at some point in their lives but to be right in the path of a total solar eclipse is something you'll never forget. Join us for this 3-day excursion, right before our usual trip to the American Southwest,
The beauty and isolation of Scotland's northwestern landscapes.
Billions of years of history are exposed across this wild and empty landscape. Considering this area has some of the best landscape photographic opportunities available it is surprising how little visited it is, especially during the depths of winter.
The Dolomites, Europe's mountainous jewel.
When it comes to majestic mountains, they don’t come much better than the Dolomites. We take you into remote areas and often stay in mountain refuges to ensure we are in the best places for the epic dawn and dusk light.
The Outer Hebrides are the final frontier of the UK wilderness.
Join us for a week of photography and Highland hospitality in our Victorian hunting lodge set among 43,000 acres of pristine wilderness. With otters playing in the waters around the estate and eagles soaring in the skies above, this is a perfect trip for both wildlife and landscape photographers.
The Emerald Isle
Journey to the very edge of Europe, to a land of rugged coastline, dramatic islands, rolling green hills and spectacular mountains - welcome to Ireland.
A Land of Extremes
Namibia is home to the world’s oldest desert, second largest canyon, and some of the highest sand dunes. This sparsely populated corner of Africa is often overlooked for the more glamorous Okavango Delta in Botswana or world-renowned Victoria Falls of Zimbabwe, but amongst Namibia’s seemingly inhospitable landscape are some of the most unique photographic opportunities you’ll encounter.
The Wild North
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 UK’s most isolated archipelago, everything about St. Kilda is an adventure.
With no phone signal, no WiFi, and no sight of the Mainland, the lack of connection to the outside world will enhance your connection to the natural world. Home to some of the largest seabird colonies on the planet, nesting on the UK’s tallest cliffs, St Kilda offers an unparalleled photographic experience and the ultimate digital detox.
Renaissance and Romance.
Probably the most photographed city in the world, but for very good reason. Using our experience of living and working in the city, we're able to get away from the crowds to give our trademark off-the-beaten-track adventure.
See Africa like never before.
With our local knowledge and contacts, we showcase the unique aspects of this seldom visited corner of the continent. With a combination of a private houseboat on Lake Kariba, visiting remote fishing villages, and then exploring the Savannah by both truck and on foot, this is so much more than your off-the-shelf safari.