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Why The World Needs Vultures

At Wild Images we specialise in photography tours that get you up-close and personal with the world’s most iconic wildlife in some of the most spectacular locations on the planet. We’re also passionate advocates for lesser-known species, especially those that are overlooked, misunderstood and or under threat. One such species is the vulture. When eminent […]

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Polar Bears: Seven Ice-Cool Facts

If there’s one species on a Wild Images Svalbard photography tour, that tugs at ones heartstrings, evokes thoughts of exploration and conjures up the very spirit of the Arctic wilderness, it has to be the majestic polar bear. Possibly one of the most instantly recognisable, most well loved and most iconic species on the planet, […]

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Walking with Pumas!

We’ve recently returned from an incredible journey to the stunning Torres Del Paine region of Chile where Inger and Mark were walking wild Pumas.  A summary of the work they shot there is below. We loved it so much we have planned future trips in September 2019, April 2020 and September 2020.  We hope you […]

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Madagascar: A World Apart Tour Report 2018

The second Wild Images photo tour of Madagascar was another great success, resulting in some even better photographic encounters with some of the ‘Eighth Continent’s’ most enigmatic wildlife than last time. From the outrageously confiding Long-tailed Ground Roller of the Spiny Forest of southwest Madagascar, found nowhere else in the world, to the equally tame […]

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Sri Lanka Wildlife Spectacular Tour Report 2017

Sri Lanka Wildlife Spectacular Dambulla Sri Lanka, the island of spices, is one of the jewels in the natural history crown of South Asia. Our group met in Colombo airport, from where we started the journey north eastwards towards Habarana, our base for exploring Minneriya where we were to start our search for herds of […]

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Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars and So Much More Tour Report 2018

  I keep writing that if we had to compile a list of top wildlife photography destinations in the world, in terms of number of subjects and ease of shooting them, then Brazil’s Pantanal would at least be in the top five. Not only did the third Wild Images visit to this amazing region again […]

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Spitsbergen: A Polar Wilderness Tour Report 2018

After last year’s unusually icy voyage, this year’s 15 days cruise in Svalbard aboard the wonderful SV Noorderlicht was back to the recent trend of no sea ice around Spitsbergen and we were able to get all the way around the main island unhindered again. However, our progress was not without challenges from time to […]

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South East Tibet Expedition Tour Report 2018

The inaugural Wild Images South East Tibet expedition was a journey to explore some the last corners of Tibetan culture in western China. Its path followed the original Sichuan Tibet highway from Chengdu to Lhasa. Over the course of the expedition our guests were to witness some of the more extraordinary practices of the Tibetan […]

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Indian Wildlife Spectacular Tour Report 2018

It’s difficult to express properly in words how spectacular India can be for photography. In many ways it can easily rival other photogenic places in the world in terms of species variety, wildlife encounters, landscapes, people and of course numbers of images captured. The beauty of India is that you never expect it to be […]

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Tadoba turns up trumps yet again

Well, we thought our last India wildlife photography tour featuring Tadoba was great, but Tadoba proved even more extraordinary in 2018, with no fewer than 38 sightings of Tigers for our group in our 9 days in the reserve! Where else can you achieve that? Tadoba is currently THE place for Tiger sightings. Not only […]

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