February 23rd - 29th 2020 - £1,950 (SOLD OUT)
March 2nd - 8th 2020 - £1,950 (SOLD OUTl)
February 20th - 26th 2021 - £1,980 | Now taking bookings
February 28th -March 6th 2021 - £1,980 | Now taking bookings

 Harris Lewis Mangersta stacksJoin us for a week of photography and Highland hospitality in our Victorian hunting lodge set among 43,000 acres of pristine wilderness. With otters playing in the waters around the estate and eagles soaring in the skies above, this is a perfect trip for both wildlife and landscape photographers.

The Outer Hebrides are the final frontier of the UK wilderness. Although this is the largest island in the British Isles, it is compact enough to explore all corners in a few days. The weather-beaten Atlantic coast hides some of the world’s most spectacular beaches and rock formations. The 5,000 year old stone circles stand sentinel and the photogenic abandoned cottages which litter the island all provide a diversity of subjects. We’ll be exploring everything these islands have to offer, taking in classic viewpoints as well as our favourite secret locations.

  • Duration - 6 nights
  • Dates - February 20th - 26th | February 28th - March 6th 2021
  • Price - £1,980
  • Group size - 11 (max)
  • Suitable for all levels of photographer
  • An average level of fitness is required

For full details and itinerary of this trip, please contact us to receive a copy of our PDF brochure.

Pristine sandy beaches that look like they belong in the Caribbean.
5,000 year old standing stones catch the light at sunrise and sunset.
Just one of the many amazing beaches there are to photograph.
Our luxury hunting lodge has everything we could need, including a full size snooker table!
There is an abundance of highly photogenic abandoned cottages around the Hebrides.
All set up and waiting for the perfect moment.
  • "I think Marcus & Harry make a great team and I would happily recommend you to my friends. You'll be seeing me on future trips."
    Phil (Dolomites 2016)
  • "All in all - 10 out of 10!"
    Leanne (Dolomites 2016)
  • I saw everything I had hoped to see and learnt a lot more about photography than I had expected.
    Katharine (St. Kilda 2015)
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