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.
There aren't many places in the world as untouched as these glens.
Glen Affric is not about honeypot locations, it's all about making the most of the transient autumn light. Learn the art of prediction as we aim to be in the right place at the right time. Expect to use your telephoto lens and polariser (also available to hire) more than you've ever done before.
Discover the authentic side of China.
Without local knowledge there is no other way to experience what you’ll see with us in China. This trip is about immersing yourself into one of the worlds most fascinating cultures. Learn how to capture the authentic side of China by exploring both its traditional and contrasting modern characters.
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.
Our Masterclasses are designed to take your photography to the next level.
Shoot one of the UK’s most photogenic cities, with its historic buildings and unique charm. Our Edinburgh based guides will ensure that you get new viewpoints of the classic subjects.
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.
If you’re looking for the ultimate getaway then look no further.
Our three night Lighthouse Retreat does exactly what it says on the tin. Situated on a tiny island off the west of Scotland, Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse sits among 3000ft snow-capped peaks, offering panoramic views in almost every direction. With otters and porpoises swimming past on a regular basis, there’s plenty to keep lovers of wildlife happy too.
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.
Journey to Another World.
There’s few other places in the world which will give you a better sense that our planet is a living entity. With erupting geysers, thundering waterfalls, deep canyons, and an abundance of wildlife, Yellowstone offers a thrill ride for any photographer.
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.