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So what is travelling like in the Age of Covid?

I started to travel overseas again this summer, as our tours resumed. So, what has it been like? Well, the first thing I had to do was to arm myself with facts and try my hardest to rid myself of irrational fears. The media coverage since March has been overwhelming and relentless, so even for […]

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Running Towards the Rains

The epic drama that is the great Wildebeest Migration of Kenya and Tanzania It has been described as ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ but, to me anyway, the word ‘show’ implies that the annual migration of Blue Wildebeest across the Mara Serengeti ecosystem is somehow put on, that it is staged. In 2020 I experienced […]

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Arctic Treasure – A Tour Report from Wild Images’ Svalbard (Spitsbergen) Classic Tour in August 2020

When talented art photographer couple Duncan Phillips and Irene Amiet joined our Spitsbergen Classic tour in August, we were already excited to see what they may come back with.  Needless to say we were enthralled by their photos of their journey.  Here, they share their experiences in the icy realms of the sea ice around […]

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Three Wild Images Photographers at the Atlas of Humanity

The prestigious, global Atlas of Humanity project was conceived and curated by Martin Vegas for DeFactory, a cultural non-profit association that serves as a meeting point for debate, exchange and promotion of artistic and cultural activities. The goal of this atlas is the mapping of the populations that inhabit our planet by way of a […]

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Kenya: Maasai Mara Migration Special Tour Report 2020

Our inaugural Wild Images ‘Migration Special’ in Kenya’s Maasai Mara in August 2020 not only lived up to all expectations but greatly exceeded them! The Blue Wildebeest crossings were unusually numerous this August and included a truly epic Mara River crossing of over 50,000 individuals right at our camp at Entim! We have been sending […]

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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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Travel Insurance is easily available for areas with ‘non-essential-travel’ advisories

There is a widespread misunderstanding about travel insurance being invalidated by government advisories recommending against ‘non-essential travel’ to particular countries. This has become much more of an issue now that many governments have applied these advisories willy-nilly to anything up to the entire planet! The reality is that no insurance is invalidated by such government […]

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Creatures of the Night – The Striped Hyenas of India’s Gujarat

The Striped Hyenas of India’s Gujarat Continuing our theme of extraordinary hyenas, it is always a pleasure to return to a quiet little corner of Gujarat in northwestern India. Driving west of the capital Ahmedabad, fields become visibly more arid and trees and bushes fewer, even despite the influence of the Sardar Sarovar irrigation canal, […]

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20% Discounts on Classic Svalbard 14 and 24 August 2020!

Our friends and partners at WildPhoto have been able to start operating their Svalbard wildlife photography expeditions from the beginning of July on their 12-passenger ship Origo. However, only with Scandinavians and a few other nationalities allowed into Norway at the time. As of 10 July, Norway reopened its borders to travellers from the United […]

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Ethiopia’s Extraordinary Wildlife Tour Report 2020

We started off our Ethiopia’s Extraordinary Wildlife 2020 expedition at Addis Ababa, but soon enough we were riding in our 4×4 Landcruisers out of this huge, ever-growing city and heading downslope into Africa’s Great Rift Valley, a huge crack in the earth’s surface that, amazingly, extends from southern Turkey all the way to southern Africa! […]

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