Mike Unwin-with a golden eagle in Mongolia Where Eagles Dare

Professional wildlife photographer, author, birdwatcher and long-term friend of Wildfoot Travel, Mike Unwin has always had a passion for eagles. Here he explains how it all started and how it […]

Focus On: Northeast Greenland National Park & Scoresby Sund

A huge welcome to professional wildlife and landscape photographer, Dave Wilson of Northwinds Photography (www.northwindsphotos.com). Dave specialises in US National Parks, Botswana, and the polar regions.  Here are some of Dave’s […]

Canon 50mm prime lens Grab yourself a nifty fifty.

Every month Wildfoot Travel’s marketing expert Dave Cheetham offers some practical photography tips. Aimed at beginners and the everyday photographer, these tips are carefully compiled to help you get better […]

Gin and elephants.

Charmed by the concept of the “sundowner moments” – a daily sunset G&T after a day out in the African bush,
Tessa and Robin had an idea. The result is Elephant Gin, an award-winning spirit that tempts both the
discerning drinker and conservation enthusiast.

Penguins copyright tom-mason Be photo ready

Top wildlife photographer Tom Mason gives us his top tips on how you can stay ‘photo ready’ and be prepared to take the perfect shot at the drop of a […]

wallking safari Walking Safaris In Zambia

For those searching for a unique, wild and exclusive safari; Robin Pope Safaris offers one of the few such adventures still possible in this day and age.  Away from cars, […]

diving in the galapagos The Ultimate Galapagos Islands Travel Guide

  Charles Darwin once described the Galapagos Islands as ‘a little world within itself’, and it only takes a five-minute visit to realise how right he was. The islands are […]

orca ORCA – Looking out for whales and dolphins

ORCA have been working for decades to protect whales and dolphins across UK & European waters. Our mission is to give everyone who cares about whales and dolphins an active […]

built in automatic flashes can create terrible photos Say No To Your Flash

Every month Wildfoot Travel’s marketing expert Dave Cheetham offers some practical photography tips. Aimed at beginners and the everyday photographer, these tips are carefully compiled to help you get better […]

Joby Gorillapod 5K - allows the wildlife photographer unique flexibility Joby GorillaPod 5K Tripod Kit

Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of wildlife travel or photography gear. From clothing to books and cameras to accessories, the product-in-focus may vary, but the honest […]

White Wedding In Antarctica The Ultimate White Wedding

Our colleague Conny Bartl, part of the team who run Hebridean Sky & Island Sky, experienced a true white wedding recently during an Antarctica expedition voyage. “A bride and groom […]

Africat, proetcting big cats in Namibia Africat – Big Cat Conservation in Namibia

Chris Packham, one of AfriCat’s patrons, said ‘I have the great fortune to visit many conservation projects around the world and AfriCat is in the premiership. Its whole ethos is […]

Giottos Rocket Air Blower Giottos Rocket Air Blower

Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of wildlife travel or photography gear. From clothing, to books and cameras to accessories, the product-in-focus may vary, but the honest […]

polar bear encounter on an arctic wildlife cruise Polar Bears Galore In Svalbard

Hoping for a glimpse of the illusive polar bear, Wildfoot’s Senior Travel Advisor Debbie Grainger recently set sail for Arctic waters, bound for the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard. Here she fills us […]

Kinotehnik LCDVF 3C Viewfinder Kinotehnik LCDVF 3C Viewfinder

Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of wildlife travel or photography gear. From clothing, to books and cameras to accessories, the product-in-focus may vary, but the honest […]

Every day, hundreds of albatross die in longline fisheries What’s the problem?

Seabirds, especially albatross, are globally caught in longline fisheries for tuna and swordfish. Birds dive to catch the bait as the lines and baited hooks are deployed, becoming hooked, dragged […]

Polar Bear Jumping Icebergs Franz Josef Land – An Uninhibited Paradise

This archipelago is located north of Russia in the Arctic Ocean and is the most northerly part of Russia. Consisting of over 190 islands, there is no indigenous population and […]

Victoria Falls Visiting Victoria Falls and when is the best time?

Wildfoot Travel’s Anthony Gregory is a life-long travel enthusiast with unrivalled experience working as a safari guide and travelling extensively throughout Africa. Here he answers a common but all-important question […]

ADATA-512GB-External-SSD Reviewed A Solid Performance From The ADATA SSD SD700

Here Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews the latest in portable storge devices, an external solid state drive. With travel and wildlife photography firmly in mind, Dave took this pocket-rocket for […]

drake passage Crossing the Drake Passage

This is often the most daunting aspect of a trip to Antarctica and one which many travellers would prefer to avoid! There are horror stories about rough seas, injuries and […]

peak designs everyday messenger 15 Everyday Messenger 15 – Field Tested

Wildfoot Travel’s Simon Rowland  got his hands on a new bag recently. A lovely Everyday Messenger 15. Here Simon tell us how it performed in his honest, unbiased review.  The Everyday […]

antarctic cruise vessel Argentina – Gateway To Antarctica

Wildfoot Travel’s Polar expert Gillian Landells visited Argentina recently to board polar cruise vessel Ocean Endeavour for an antarctic cruise. Here she gives an account of her adventure along with […]

Natalie In Patagonia Top Ten Bucket List Trips For 2018

Wildfoot travel expert Natalie Natalie Greenhalgh has always been passionate about travelling. Seeking out new places and new travel experiences is something she has done all her life. Always lining up […]

Lots of people on deck aboard an antarctic cruise vessel Packing For An Antarctic Expedition Cruise

Wildfoot Travel Expert Gillian Landells heads off to Antarctica in a few days. We interrupted her packing to ask her if she had any words of advice to share. In […]

A tiger in the woodland area of Ranthambhore National Park A Fascinating Indian Wildlife Tour

Wildfoot Travel’s Simon Rowland took a trip to India recently, exploring wildlife parks and other areas of interest to make sure we give our clients the best possible advice and […]

drinks at sundown on a luxury african safari A Day in the Life of a Safari Guide

Trained as a field guide, teacher, tracker, and snake handler, with a variety of other skills under his belt, Wildfoot’s Anthony Gregory is a wildlife fanatic with a love for […]

Helicopters, the main weapon in the war against rats on South Georgia Island The War Against Rodents On South Georgia Island

For the last two centuries rats introduced to the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia by sealing and whaling vessels have decimated populations of the native seabirds, which had evolved in […]