Join acclaimed photographer Nick Garbutt on a unique journey, taking in the best of Madagascar’s prolific wildlife. Spend time in some of the island’s prime rainforest such as Ranomafana and Andasibe, together with equally spectacular dry habitat locations like Isalo National Park, Ifaty and Kirindy Forest.
Join a photography trip with Nick Garbutt – one of the world’s top wildlife photographers. Small group sizes ensure all levels benefit from Nick’s personal tuition, informal workshops and wildlife expertise.
Hosted by expert wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt and award-winning sculptor Nick Mackman, this seven-night safari in Zambia’s South Luangwa promises to inspire a new appreciation of wildlife in you. Early morning and late afternoon game drives are combined with practical demonstrations and tuition.
Let by acclaimed wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt, this trip travels the remote Ulley Valley on a quest for snow leopards. Based in a comfortable homestay guesthouse, you will be accompanied by expert local trackers to maximise your chances of seeing and photographing this enigmatic mammal.
Using captive-bred subjects like mantids, lizards and snakes, this workshop will recreate the experience of photography in a rainforest or tropical habitat. Join award-winning wildlife photographers Alex Hyde and Nick Garbutt in Oxford as they introduce and explain the principles and techniques.
Set amongst the ancient landscape of Dorset's Kingcombe Meadows nature reserve, the Kingcombe Centre will be our base for a weekend of nature photography. The emphasis of the workshop, led by Nick Garbutt and Alex Hyde, will be on techniques for photographing wildflowers and insect life in the field.
Join the Wildlife Worldwide team plus expert naturalists and wildlife presenters Nick Baker and Nigel Marven, acclaimed photographers Nick Garbutt and Alex Hyde, and award-winning sculptor Nick Mackman in Borneo’s Danum Valley for this event in one of the world’s finest rainforests.
Enjoy taking in Madagascar’s extraordinary habitats and unique wildlife on this specialist trip. Travelling with acclaimed wildlife photographer, Nick Garbutt, spend time tracking endangered golden-crowned sifakas, gorgeous diademed sifakas and colourful chameleons in lush, verdant rainforest.
Peru’s Manu Biosphere Reserve is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth and the perfect location to host this photography workshop. Explore highland Andean cloud forest and lowland Amazonian rainforest, with award winning wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt and macro specialist Alex Hyde,
Join acclaimed wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt on a stunning journey into the Great Bear Rainforest in search of the elusive spirit bear. Our week on a specially chartered vessel, followed by a stay in a remote floating lodge, offers exceptional viewing and photographic opportunities of grizzly, black and spirit bears.
There is no finer place in the world than the Pantanal to see South America’s greatest apex predator - the jaguar. Accompanied by acclaimed wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt, we track and photograph these magnificent felines with our research team and get close encounters by boat from Porto Jofre.
Enjoy watching and photographing brown bears at close quarters on British Columbia’s remote Taku River, where the grizzlies are habituated and completely relaxed. Led by award winning photographer Nick Garbutt, this tour offers thrilling and exhilarating encounters with these magnificent carnivores.
Witness the annual migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and other game around the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem - truly one of the world’s greatest wildlife wonders. Accompanied by wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt, daily game drives will take you close to the action.
This tour, led by wildlife photographer and author Nick Garbutt, offers an opportunity to see and photograph two of India's most iconic predators, a well as a broad span of other wildlife, combining tiger kingdom Tadoba National Park, and Jawai Hills, known for its great leopard population.
Join acclaimed prize-winning photographer, Nick Garbutt, to watch and photograph wildlife in the Pantanal. This immense landlocked delta in the heart of South America offers tremendous habitats and the finest opportunity to see the elusive jaguar, as well as other iconic and rare animals, often up close.
Led by wildlife photographers Alex Hyde and Nick Garbutt, this trip visits the Tyrol in June when the alpine meadows are in their full glory. With a spectacular show of wild flowers and an array of butterflies and other insects, this is the perfect time for wildlife and macro photography.
Amidst stunning winter scenery, with hot springs and geysers, enjoy thrilling encounters with elk, big horn sheep and possibly wolves. Led by prize-winning photographer Nick Garbutt, this small group trip will reward you with images of frost-covered bison herds, coyotes and superb frozen waterfalls.
Join this small group tour with acclaimed photographer Nick Garbutt to explore Borneo's stunning landscapes and spectacular forests. Sabah’s premier wildlife locations are home to a tremendous array of wildlife from the fabled orangutan and the improbable proboscis monkey to hornbills and singing tree frogs.
Join award-winning photographer Nick Garbutt for this exciting trip to Torres del Paine in Chile’s remote south to photograph pumas in the wild. This is one of the planet’s most majestic wild places, where the rugged Andes are juxtaposed with glaciers, blue meltwater lakes and free-flowing rivers.
This trip offers opportunities to see and photograph a broad span of India’s fabulous wildlife, including one-horned rhinoceros, sloth bear, wild dog and tiger. Accompanied by expert wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt, you will visit some of India’s quieter reserves for a rewarding and memorable experience.
For this workshop with wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt we have exclusive use of a purpose-built hide in a secluded valley in the mid-Devon countryside. This gives us intimate access to the badgers that inhabit an extensive and long-established sett – it has been there for well over 20 years.
Brush up your photography skills with wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt and witness the extraordinary annual event of millions of fruit bats roosting in Kasanka National Park. You can also expect to encounter prolific wildlife in South Luangwa, including elephant, spotted hyena, hippo and lion.