Borneo is the world’s third largest island and conjures up images of a wild forest paradise where Orangutans, gibbons and colourful birds roam the Bornean jungle. Our 2019 photo tour yielded a fantastic tour given our clients feedback, with out of
Here at ORYX, we offer a photo tour that offers a rare opportunity to spot and photograph the world’s rarest big cat, the Snow Leopard. In conjunction with the same guides and trackers as BBC’s Planet Earth II, this photo
Tigers are truly majestic, a jewel in Indian wildlife tourism. ORYX Guest, Shobha Gopinath, details her experience of photographing the regal cat in Ranthambore National Park on recent India photography tour. (This article originally appeared on Shobha Gopinath's travel blog, "Travel Tales
Beautiful Botswana. Botswana, the beautiful. Whichever way you’d like to dub it, there is no doubt as to its aesthetic splendour. Funny that this should come from someone who has never even been to this part of Southern Africa but the Okavango
ORYX’s “Suri Tribe Photo Tour” will take you to one of the wildest corners of Ethiopia – Kibish in the Omo Valley. This is a cultural photo tour during which we will interact with, and photograph the Suri Tribe community.
ORYX’s “Suri Tribe Photo Tour” will take you to one of the wildest corners of Ethiopia – Kibish in the Omo Valley. This is a cultural photo tour during which we will interact with, and photograph the Suri Tribal community.
For the second time, our Lofoten photo tour in Arctic Norway gave us all what we asked for and so much more! Winter in the northern hemisphere means short days for a landscape photographer and when you are in one of
A cultural photo tour to Lake Turkana in remote Northern Kenya Why is it that we search for unique destinations, the authentic ones, the hidden gems? Perhaps we are searching for places to escape to, places which give us glimpses into a
“Africa is mystic; it is wild; it is a sweltering inferno; it is a photographer’s paradise… an escapist’s Utopia.” ~ Beryl Markham There is much to be said for this tour of visual and experiential contrasts. I have just returned from leading
It really is no coincidence at all that Mongolia is known as the land of “eternal blue sky”. Over a 10 day period, Samantha Reinders took a group of ORYX clients to the Western reaches of the country where they