The time of year has come around again for us to lust over some of the world’s best wildlife photography at the The Wildlife Photographer of The Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum here in London. But more than just the photography, it also gets us dreaming of the incredible destinations around the globe where these images have been captured.
Below are three of our favourite destinations to capture stunning wildlife photography and amazing memories at the same time. These are not to be missed.
Easily the best option in Africa. Why? Apart from being in the heart of prime game-viewing territory in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park,Kaingooffers specialist photography tours and guides are trained in lighting and photographic positioning. With three great hides for up close and personal photographic opportunities, Kaingo is a haven for amateur snappers and seasoned professionals alike.
M/Y Galapagos Odyssey, Galapagos
The wildlife experience of South America, the Galapagos is a must for anyone wielding a camera. Hop around these fascinating islands in luxury onthe M/Y Galapagos Odyssey and get incredibly close to some seriously unique wildlife, from the blue-footed boobie bird, marine iguanas and magnificent giant tortoises the Galapagos.
Tiger Blue, Indonesia
From Manta Rays and exotic birds to the almost mythical Komodo Dragons on Komodo Island, exploring the incredible Indonesian archipelago is up there in our top destinations for wildlife photography. Sail the seas on board our favourite boat, Tiger Blue for a unique once-in-a-lifetime Indonesian experience.