6th-15th & 19th-28th April, 2022
Accommodation, local transport, park entrance fees
Standard level of fitness required
The landscapes of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona are arguably the most photogenic in the world.
Our guides have many years’ experience in photographing this area and as a result, we know many amazing locations which are seldom visited by others. We do include a couple of iconic locations where you can expect to be rubbing shoulders with other photographers, but most of the time you‘ll enjoy the solitude and silence of the remote areas we venture to.
“The trip was an amazing experience. The best part was to spend some time with like minded photographers where we all learned from each other and got some great pictures.” Joan P.
From the world’s longest slot canyon to massive monuments and arches of red rock reaching high into the desert skies, as well as a few landscapes which will have you convinced you are on another planet, this action packed holiday is sure to satisfy even the most demanding of photographic appetites. Add in an abundance of reliable light, and you will start to see why we describe this place as a photographer’s paradise.
Meet your hosts...
Adam Bulley has a passion for the American Southwest which became obvious from the moment he first visited 5 years ago. Since then he’s led several trips for us, often staying on afterwards to scout out new and remote locations .
Nick Hanson is an award winning landscape photography based on the Isle of Skye, Scotland where he leads daily 1-to-1 workshops and tours. He recently spent his honeymoon exploring the abundance of great photographic locations found in Utah and Arizona, and is keen to return and share some of those with you.
This is probably the best trip I've ever been on. The guys looked after me and the photos taken are my best yet!"
"The whole experience was fabulous - it was like going on holiday with great friends with Marcus also happening to be an expert in the field."
"If you get the chance to go away with Worldwide Explorers, grab it with both hands! You won't regret it."