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10th April 2018

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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8th April 2018

Black Panther & The World’s Deadliest Cat – Exploratory Tour

We have long wanted to visit Nagarhole National Park and Kabini, currently THE place to see and photograph the awesome melanistic morph of the Leopard, commonly known as the Black Panther. In March 2019 we are offering a few wildlife photographers who like something truly different the chance to go there with Mark Beaman and […]

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Come and photograph an Emperor Penguin colony with Wild Images!

In November 2020, Mark Beaman is going to be visiting the Emperor Penguin colony at Gould Bay in the Weddell Sea. Come and join him! You won’t have to pay a penny more than the standard expedition price because he is with you on this truly ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ adventure, so the fun and the tuition/photographic help […]

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A Polar Bear scales a cliff after a swim in Spitsbergen

1st June 2017

12 Polar Bear Sightings on our 2017 Spitsbergen Tour! by Mike Watson

Let’s get straight to the point. We had 12 sightings of 10 separate individual bears on our latest Spitsbergen tour. To put this into prespective on my previous two visits we saw 22 and 11 respectively so not a bad outcome this time around, expecially ‘bearing’ in mind that the week before we arrived another […]

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31st May 2017

Our First Iceland Photo Tour Completed by Inger Vandyke

Our first Wild Images photo tour of Iceland was a tremendous success and despite the variable weather (this is Iceland remember!) we all managed some great photos. There were many opportunities in the stunning volcanic landscape and an outstanding highlight was our stay on Flatey (‘Flat Island’) in Breiðafjörður, which was rammed with tame shorebirds […]

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