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Antarctica, The Falkland Islands and South Georgia Tour Report 2020

Antarctica. It is one of the most highly desired and most photographed continents on earth. The stunning landscapes, habituated wildlife and soft light are almost unrivalled in a photographic sense. This year’s Wild Images tour was blessed with no less than three landings at Adelie Penguin colonies, a stunning sail across the northern edge of […]

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Japan: Winter Wildlife Spectacular Tour Report 2020

Wild Images’s sixth winter visit to Japan, as usual, featured some of its most iconic wildlife spectacles. Iconic is generally an overused word these days but our encounters with Japan’s wildlife were again definitely worthy of the term. The main tour featured the famous Snow Monkeys of Nagano, in the Japanese Alps, combined with the […]

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Vietnam: Bird Photography Tour Report 2020

Not only was this our first Wild Images bird photography tour to Vietnam, it was also the first Wild Images tour of its kind – an entire trip focused on photographing birds in tropical rainforest. Generally speaking this is an extremely difficult discipline, as most tropical birds are shy and difficult to approach, and light […]

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Wild Images in USA Today

  Just last month our much loved tour leader Mike Watson emerged from the Himalayan foothills in Ladakh after leading one of the most successful Wild Images Snow Leopard tours in our company’s history. He and his team enjoyed no less than 13 SIGHTINGS in 14 DAYS in Ladakh, across a variety of locations – […]

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Snow Leopards of Ladakh: Photography Tour Report 2020

Our eighth visit to the mountains of Ladakh in search of Snow Leopards was happily yet another success and resulted in a record 13 sightings of the ‘Grey Ghost of the Mountains’, which has become much less of a ghost these days, with all the resources dedicated to finding it. Most of our sightings were, […]

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Brazil’s Pantanal: Jaguars and so much more Photography Tour Report 2019

September is one of the prime times for Jaguars in the Pantanal so we headed into the world’s largest tropical wetland for 12 days in search of one of the most spectacular cats and hopefully, a host of other creatures that call the Pantanal home. Starting off at the Southwild Pantanal Santa Teresa Lodge (SWP) […]

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Botswana Wildlife Spectacular Photography Tour Report 2019

We had a great,  short flight on SA Airlink from Johannesburg to Maun, the small tourist town located just south of the world renowned Okavango Delta. We quickly realized when we circled the Maun airstrip, before landing, that northern Botswana has not received a lot of rain. Both rivers, the Boro and Thamalakane, flowing through […]

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Namibia from the Air

Of all the places where Wild Images visits, it is perhaps Namibia that is our most favourite destination for aerial photography.  Recently Wild Images principal Inger Vandyke returned from Namibia with some very special views of this remarkable country – from the air. Using a combination of drone, light aeroplane and a doorless helicopter flying […]

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Namibia and South Africa Tour Report 2019

Our group for the 2019 Namibia and South Africa tour assembled in Windhoek at the lovely Villa Vista hotel which enjoys wonderful views over the city. A few guests had arrived early to overcome jetlag and had already bagged a few lovely photographs of the wildlife in suburban Windhoek including Grey Go-away-bird and Rosy-faced Lovebirds. […]

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Wild Images in Paris

  We are thrilled to announce that Wild Images leader Julie-Anne Davies has joined General Manager and photographer Inger Vandyke in contributing to the prestigious Atlas of Humanity project. The Atlas of Humanity was established to document the common heritage of humanity across the globe through some of the finest people photographers on earth. Late […]

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