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Benin Tour Report 2021

COTONOU Lying at the heart of Benin’s economy, the bustling sea port of Cotonou sits on an isthmus between the Atlantic Ocean and the calmer waters of Lake Nokue. We arrived in the city in time for our mandatory Covid19 testing, which was very straightforward and well organised, as we disembarked from the aircraft. Benin’s […]

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Our 2021 Benin Tour is in Africa Geographic

Before she has even arrived home to the UK, Wild Images tour leader Inger Vandyke has had one of her Benin images shortlisted in the Africa Geographic Photographer of the Year competition this year. Shot on the coast of Grand Popo, near the border between Benin and Togo, her image of our local guide posing […]

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Happy New Year 2021 to all our Wild Imagers

We wish all our many Wild Imagers a very Happy New Year! 2021 must surely be a huge improvement on 2020, a tragic year for so many and a true catastrophe for all kinds of travel and tourism, worldwide. Not only have so many much-anticipated travel plans had to be put on long-term hold, but […]

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Wild Images Partners with the Atlas of Humanity

At Wild Images we’ve long held the belief that our most enduring memories of our travels and tours, whether they have been for wildlife or people photography, emanate from the people we’ve met and travelled with. Whether it is our cherished guests, our incredible guides, the staff of hotels or local people we’ve met, there […]

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Namibia 2020 Photography Tour Report

Namibia would have to be one of the most sublimely beautiful destinations for photography on the African continent. Visiting it shortly after the country opened its borders to tourists recently was an incredible experience. As a seasoned leader in Namibia, I have visited and led tours there many, many times but to see it with […]

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Early 2021 Expeditions to Africa

Wild Images is in the planning stages for three expeditions in Africa.  Led by Inger Vandyke these ethnographical photography expeditions will travel to Benin, South Sudan and Kinshasa in Congo DRC. The first expedition to Benin begins in Cotonou on 8 January and we will arrive for the start of the annual Voodoo Festival of […]

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A Tale of Three Tigresses – Sonam

“NOW this is the Law of the Jungle — as old and as true as the sky; And the Wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the Wolf that shall break it must die. As the creeper that girdles the tree-trunk the Law runneth forward and back — For the strength of the Pack […]

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Wild Images Supports Children in Remote Ethiopia

Recently Wild Images’ General Manager Inger Vandyke donated her aerial image of the Hamer Villages surrounding the small town of Turmi in southern Ethiopia, to the Australian based international NGO Create Impact.  Her photo was sold in an online auction to raise money for the vital work of the group including the construction of schools, […]

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Country reopenings continue and Wild Images tours resume

As time passes since the pandemic started, and a chunk of our lives go with it, it has become obvious that quite a number of you are getting pretty desperate to get out into the world again and start taking photographs. Probably plenty of you felt like we did – like trapped Tigers patrolling their […]

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Kenya: Cats and Critters of the Maasai Mara Tour Report 2020

“This place is just stuffed with cats!” were the first words that fell out of my mouth after our first day on safari in Kenya’s Olare Motorogi Conservancy. I have just returned from leading the Wild Images photo tour where we were based at the wonderful Kicheche Bush Camp, hidden discreetly away in a grove […]

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