Scotland Highlands Photography Tour & Holiday




5 Days

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Tour Outline

Please find below a rough schedule outlining the intended tour schedule. However, keep in mind that this may change due to unexpected situations or bad weather.
  • Day 1

    • We will gather at the scheduled meeting point where we’ll have a brief discussion about the upcoming days ahead. We will cover various essential details such as the necessary equipment, starting times, and other concerns that you may have.

    • We’ll then take a short drive to the red squirrel hide parking area. After a quick 10-minute walk, we will arrive at the hide. Spending the morning photographing these playful creatures that offer fantastic photo opportunities in this beautiful natural pine wood location.

    • The afternoon will take to the Crested tit site, where we will focus on these enchanting little forest sprites for the rest of the afternoon. Each location is entirely private and exclusive to our group.
  • Day 2

    • Our focus of the day two will be dedicated to observing and photographing these mountain hares. After organizing our equipment, we will journey on foot towards the region where the mountain hares are situated.

    • Whether it's sleeping, stretching, yawning, grooming, or snacking, we'll have plenty of photo opportunities. Of course, the unexpected may occur, allowing us to take more dynamic action shots. If time permits, we may also visit the snow buntings before calling it a day.
  • Day 3

    • Day three takes our excursion to photograph the spectacular red deer on the west coast. We will embark on this full-day journey arriving at a breath-taking location that holds a plethora of stunning backgrounds and surroundings.

    • Our goal at this location is to provide you with the opportunity to capture a variety of images, ranging from portraits to the magnificent stag against a backdrop of a tranquil loch, the picturesque mountains, and more.

    • Some photographs will be taken from the comfort of the vehicle or its proximity. However, we may need to undertake some short walks. Engaging in a bit of stalking to get the perfect shot when the deer is not as accessible.
  • Day 4

    • We have a couple of options lined up for today. One is to head out to the location of the wild goats, spending a few hours in the company of these marvellous creatures.

    • Alternatively, we could split the day between observing the red grouse from the car. Aiming to capture the grouse peering above the heather, as well as any other opportunities that may arise.

    • Following this, we would make our way to the east coast to photograph the Eider ducks and Grey seals.

    • Additionally, there may be a chance to photograph other subjects, such as cormorants, long-tailed ducks, and mergansers.
  • Day 5

    • Unfortunately, here is where we say goodbye. You have the option to sleep in, luxuriate in the beauty of the Highlands, and then make your way home.

    • Alternatively, why not elongate your trip and continue exploring? However, if you must leave due to other commitments, this day is optional!

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