Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is located in the far north west of Iceland. It is remote and isolated and can only be reached by boat during the summer months. This guide will share how to make the journey to Hornstrandir Nature Reserve in the Westfjords region of Iceland and have a good chance of encounters with the wild birds and Arctic foxes that make this remote landscape their home.
The UK has a number of beautiful lavender fields which can be visited in July to experience the heady scent and bright colours of these stunning fields.
Finding an ethical safari is essential to ensure you protect the wildlife and communities you are travelling to see. This short guide will help you find the best safari experience for you.
The Isle of Mull is an island off the coast of Scotland and offers sandy beaches, high mountains and an abundance of wildlife making it a relaxing location for any outdoor or wildlife enthusiast.
Bluebell woods are found across the UK. A bluebell walk is a sign that spring has arrived and there are so many places you can visit.
The lens you choose for your camera is one of the biggest factors in getting a good image. The guide will help you choose the right lens for you.
Buying your first camera can be daunting. This simple guide of cameras for beginners will help you start your photographic journey.
Stourhead Gardens in Wiltshire are a beautiful reminder of the past grandeur. They are perfect for exploring especially in autumn when the colours of the trees are spectacular
The Ring of Brodgar is a Neolithic stone circle in Orkney mainland. Older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids in Egypt it is an atmospheric location for photography
Tides change through the day and understanding them can help with planning trips to the coast.
Finding the perfect gift for an outdoor lover is made easy with this outdoor gift guide
Most photographers who’re starting with aerial photography invest a decent amount of money to create stunning drone photos from a unique perspective.
Ice caves form under the glaciers in Iceland. Some are accessible year round but the main season for visiting is November to April.
Owls are one of the best know groups of birds and due to their nocturnal habits a special treat to see and photograph.
Fjaðrárgljúfur canyon in south east Iceland is a 100 metre deep canyon stretching for 2km with the Fjaðrá river flowing at the base of the sheer moss covered rock walls.
Strumble Head Lighthouse is located close to Fishguard in west Wales. It is one of the best places to watch for whales and dolphins in British waters
Wildlife is all around us if you know where to look. Meandering Wild shares wildlife encounters to help you plan your next adventure
Stogumber wildflower meadow is a small area planted each year by a farmer to raise funds for charity. It is a beautiful location for photography and wildlife watching.
Shapwick Heath Nature Reserve is located on the Somerset Levels and is perfect for wildlife encounters. This short guide will show you how to make the most of your visit.
The Shetland Islands are located north of Mainland Scotland and are the perfect place for a wildlife photography road trip.