We're getting old hands now at running our 5-day 'Tasmanian East Coast Photography Safari' tour - this being our third one, which once again sold out with eight lucky people! We enjoyed unprecedented access to Tasmania's most stunning and remote photographic locations including the Bay of Fires, Wineglass Bay and Maria Island - by private helicopter, minibus, sea cruises and on foot. Between the beautiful morning and evening lighting and photographic tips, lightroom tutorials and briefings, we all photographed a treat of other experiences including vineyards, waterfalls, night time long star exposure photos and even a boat trip out to a seal colony and a squillion gannets diving for fish right beside us!
Our accommodation was wonderful as always, staying in luxury vineyard chalets, cottages right beside the sands of the Bay of Fires etc. Photos as aside, I also love the famous Tassie cuisine of fresh seafood including oysters, crayfish, prawns, tasty cheeses and fine wine! Oh Tassie I love you! =)
We even found some new little treats to include - a local wetland with birds nearby our chalets, and we've teamed up with the best chopper pilot of all times who has the qualifications to fly like 10 feet off the water which is unforgettable!
We have already started selling spots for next years Tasmania Photo Safari tour – this time we'll be running two trips back-to-back. The first of which will start on the 11th of March finishing on the 16th and the second trip starting on the 18th of March finishing on the 23rd. If you would like to book in or would like more information on the day-to-day itinerary, promotional videos, client feedback and example photographs please visit our SAFARI page, and watch the awesome promo video!
Feedback from Ruth (2012):
"We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves - the trip lived up to our expectations. Now to explore the photos.... It was great having all our provisioning done for us and providing the best of locations. Many thanks."