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Put some Adventure into your Photography

Dreamtreks Photography offers exciting and inspiring adventure travel photography holidays for all levels and abilities. Our trips are fully guided by one of our professional Mountain Leader Photographers. Join us for a photography expedition of a lifetime and put some adventure into your photography.

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What you say about us

We just wanted to say a huge thank you to Iain and the team for such great trip. Seeing Everest for the first time was such a buzz for us and the Gokyo lakes were just breathtaking. Something we will never forget. We were very fond of our wonderful Sherpa Neema. He had such a great sense of humour and did everything he could to make our trip so enjoyable. We’ve got so many fantastic images and have come away with so many useful tips. We are looking at other trip options very soon!

J & A Sturridge
Gokyo Lakes, Nepal

The Great Wall Trek for me was so full of surprises. The fascinating history, breathtaking scenery and culture really made for a fulfilling trip and the guides were marvellous. So helpful and knowledgeable. Thank you to Iain for the impeccable organisation and all your help and advice. I was able to capture the delights of the Great Wall in so many ways. I can’t wait to share my portfolio with family and friends. I enjoyed every second!

F Housen
Great Wall of China

A big thank you to Iain for such a special trip. I’d never travelled by snowshoe before and loved it. We moved at the perfect pace to take lots of shots of the glorious surroundings and I particularly loved the changing clouds which made every image of the mountains so individual. Everything was so well organised I was genuinely very impressed. Would definitely recommend Dreamtreks Photography.

P Doherty
Chamonix Snowshoe

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the trip for?

We welcome keen adult photographers of all ages with varying levels of photographic experience and ability. Our trips are for people with a desire to combine their passion for photography with adventure travel. If you are are prepared to put in the effort to get to those hard to reach places you will be rewarded with the special images you have been dreaming of. All our trips are graded according to the level of fitness required so this should be borne in mind when booking.

How fit do I have to be?

All our trips are graded according to the level of physical fitness required. You are responsible for ensuring you are aware of the nature of the associated activities and physical requirements before you book. By confirming your booking you acknowledge that you have the appropriate levels of ability, fitness and good health to safely participate in the tour. Here is an explanation of our fitness levels. We are happy to discuss and advise you on the fitness levels required for each trip.

Easy – Mostly level walking. Short distances. Transport or easy walking to most photographic viewpoints with short walks in between. Mostly low level altitudes.

Easy to Moderate – Single or multi-day trekking sometimes at mid altitude. Usually uneven and uphill/downhill walking whilst carrying a day pack.

Moderate – Single or multi-day trekking sometimes at mid altitude. A moderate level of fitness is required. This is within the reach of most people who are prepared to be on their feet for most of the day(s) carrying a day pack.

Moderate to Challenging – Multi-day treks sometimes at mid to high altitude but with full porter support. A reasonable to good level of fitness is required but is within the reach of anyone who is prepared to do a little training beforehand and those with a positive mental attitude. Need to be used to being on your feet for several days in a row. More strenuous trekking than moderate but still within the reach of many people.

Challenging – These treks are multi-day, often at high altitude possibly with little external support carrying a reasonably heavy pack. A good to high level of fitness is required and a commitment to training is usually necessary along with a positive mental attitude in order to get the most out of these trips.

I have only recently discovered photography. Does that matter?

Absolutely not! We enjoy sharing our trips with people of all levels of photographic experience and abilities. We would suggest that you get to know the basics of how your camera works prior to the trip in order to get the most out of the guidance and knowledge we will share with you. You should read your manual and bring it with you. We always find that your fellow group members will be more than happy to share tips too. Whatever level of photographer you are we’ll help you put some adventure into your photography!

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