2022: June 27th-July 1st, July 1st-5th, 5th-9th & 9th-13th | 2023: July 1st-5th, 5th-9th & 9th-13th
Accommodation, meals, local transport
Uig, Isle of Skye
Good level of fitness required
*We have added an extra 2022 trip due to unprecedented demand. Trip 1 - 27th June - 1st July 2022.
*2022 Trips 2 & 3 are FULL.
Join us for our annual photo holidays to St Kilda, the UK’s only double UNESCO world heritage site.
With a fascinating human history, astounding landscapes, including Britain’s highest sea cliffs, and wildlife in abundance, St Kilda is a truly unique place. Come and stay in the UK’s remotest village and explore this world class archipelago with us.
“I came away from St. Kilda having experienced some of the very best days of my life.”Chris B.
This year we will be once again running three back-to-back trips. All three trips will feature the same opportunities to photograph both the epic landscapes and plentiful wildlife present on St Kilda.
This is an adventure - an extraordinary opportunity to spend time exploring an extraordinary place and observing its wild inhabitants .
Meet your hosts...
Marcus has been a professional photographer for over fifteen years. He’s visited some of the most dramatic landscapes on the planet, but it is Scotland that draws him back and where he now calls home.
James‘ past saw him working as a Reuters’ photographer in Africa, capturing a range of subjects - but the wildlife always held a fascination for him. He will be leading the first two trips along with Marcus.
Harry’s love of wildlife is abundantly clear to anyone he spends time with. Trained as a zoologist, studying birds around the world and photographing them, he's in the perfect position to help you get your best images.
"You guys made me feel so safe and relaxed that I was able to forget about everything else other than enjoying myself. "
"We were so well looked after, and everything was well planned and worked out perfectly."
"I saw everything I had hoped to see and learnt a lot more about photography than I had expected."