Articles tagged with: photography-holidays
Do you want to witness some of the world’s most incredible wildlife spectacles? Check out our handy wildlife-watching calendar to find out where to go and what time of year to travel:
This photo – snapped yesterday (September 22nd) – was taken by photographer Antti Pietikäinen in Harriniva, Finnish Lapland. Lappish through and through, this phenomenally-talented photographer’s philosophy is “to find the ancient and dreamy dimension of the Aurora Borealis and how they appeared to the people we know from our folklore.”
Ben Taub explores one of the most remote and unforgiving landscapes on Earth – Svalbard – and discovers that little has changed since the first Arctic explorers arrived on its frozen and wildlife-rich lands.
Exclusive to WEXAS Travel, Northern Lights specialists Aurora Hunters is now offering travellers the opportunity to learn how to photograph the Northern Lights over five days in Norway’s Lofoten Islands.
The sunken USS Mohawk in Florida – a former World War Two warship – has opened its first underwater art exhibition, giving scuba divers an exciting new dimension to their next dive.
Are you a keen photographer? Regent Holidays is offering an eight-day tour that has been specially designed to enhance photography skills against a backdrop of some of the most photogenic scenery imaginable.
The new BBC 1 series Africa, featuring David Attenborough, has kept us riveted to our television screens for the past month, enthralling us with tales of weird and wonderful wildlife and surprising us with new insights into animals we thought we knew everything about.
Whether you want to learn a new skill or get fit in 2013, here are our New Year’s resolution holiday suggestions:
The Aurora Zone is offering a special Northern Lights at Easter travel deal.
The spectacular images from the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have been revealed.
With the start of autumn comes the possibility, once again, of seeing one of the earth’s most spectacular natural phenomenon – the ‘aurora borealis’, otherwise known as the Northern Lights.
Truly far-flung, the Finnish Lapland town of Kilpisjärvi sits by a three-country border with Norway and Sweden and boasts remarkably regular Northern Lights sightings.
The trend for creating big works of art across the English landscape looks set to continue as Northumberlandia’s ‘Goddess of the North’ opens to the public this week.
An exhibition displaying the entries and winners of the 2011 Travel Photographer of the Year competition, is now open for viewing.
Cherina Hadley gets off-the-beaten-track in southern Iceland
Quirky finds, bizarre buys and unusual sights are some of the best bits about travelling – and you’ll find plenty of all three in the backpacker haven of Bolivia.
Photographer Peter Walmsley recently went to Iceland in search of the elusive aurora borealis. However the Northern Lights wasn't the only natural phenomenon he came across. From the cobalt-blue ice of the Solheimajokull Glacier to the steaming Blue Lagoon, Peter captured some of the incredible sights of his journey through Iceland in pictures:
A great travel photograph captures the essence and atmosphere of a place and most importantly, it inspires you to go see the things you’re viewing in the picture for yourself.
Everyone is talking about the Northern lights, with some of the most amazing displays of aurora activity seen in recent years .
National Geographic Traveller has announced the shortlist for its 2012 travel photography competition, with the selected images now available to view on the magazine's website.
New year, new you? Let 2012 be the year you finally fulfil that lifelong ambition to actually see the world and experience that activity you've always dreamed of doing.
Surely a must-see on everyone's travel list, here is travelbite.co.uk's top five ways to see the Northen Lights:
Tall-ship operator Star Clippers has announced details of a photography cruise from Athens to Venice in 2012.
Holiday cottage provider Sheepskin has announced that it will offer a series of two-day photography workshops from some of its UK properties next year.
Peter Walmsley goes in search of the perfect family holiday in Costa Rica