PRIVATE PHOTO TOURS
Booking with Private Photo Tours is the best way to travel as a photographer.
You keep the all things that we like from group tours, but none of the things we don’t like.
With Private Photo Tours, you have complete control over where you go, when you go there, and how long you stay. (For group tours, check out this page.)
Benefits of Private Photo Tours
• Your dates, your needs, your pace
• No sharing, no waiting, no group decisions
• From budget to luxury travel options
• Individualized instruction
At Private Photo Tours, I am able to create Personalized Photography Experiences throughout Asia, Europe and The Americas. If there’s some place you’ve always wanted to travel to, but don’t have the time to plan it all out, then let me help you. I’ll handle all the details for you — all you need to do is get ready for a wonderful travel experience, along with some great photographs. For more information, or to get started on a customized trip, visit the Private Photo Tours website.
Destinations you can consider….
It’s hard to beat the temples of Angkor Archeological Park. At over 400² km, it’s the largest religious monument in the world. The park is often overwhelmed with tourists, but we have the inside track on seeing the park at the best time, in the best light, with the fewest people around. Put on your explorer hat, and come see Angkor the best possible way, in a private tour.
Bhutan is one of those countries that very few people could pick out on a map, let alone claim they’ve been there. With strict limits on how many people can cross its borders, it’s easy to imagine how magical this small Himalayan nation can be. Come explore this fascinating country before everyone else does.
Vietnam is experiencing something of a renaissance, and has become the must-see destination for most people visiting Southeast Asia. From the modern Ho Chi Minh City in the south, and the beautiful resort area of central Vietnam, to the lush mountainous area of North Vietnam, it all adds up to a fascinating destination.
Japan is a country steeped in tradition that’s as old as recorded time. Although the country is one of the most modern in the world, it’s also one of the most traditional. It’s a fascinating mix of contrasts that any photographer would enjoy. Japan is a must-see destination for everyone.
Most people I’ve met have a limited understanding about China. Their belief is that the entire country is the same from border to border. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. China is an incredibly diverse country, in terms of culture, topography, language, religion, and food. You owe it to yourself to explore at least a little bit of it.
Sri Lanka has emerged from decades of conflict to become one of the most popular places in Asia for photographers to visit. With its booming capital city of Colombo, and the gorgeous tea plantations of its mountainous interior regions, this island nation is a treasure trove of photographic opportunities. It’s a destination most photographers will love to visit.
When people think of Indonesia, thoughts usually turn to the beaches of Bali, or the volcanoes of Java. And the eastern province of Papua is forgotten. But with its Dani and Lani people, trying hard to maintain their traditional agrarian lifestyle, Indonesian Papua should be on everyone’s travel list.
Almost everyone has an opinion about Thailand. It’s often based on the food, or the beaches, or the legendary nightlife. But Thailand is so much more than that. When you step outside the more popular areas, and do a deep dive into the less travelled areas of the country, you get to know the real Thailand.
Say Myanmar, and you’re instantly transported back to the time of Somerset Maugham, temples, sunsets, hot air balloons, and leaisurely riverboat cruises down the Yangon River. As time has marched on, the Burmese people have maintained their traditions and simple way of life, that photographers can’t get enough of. Maybe it’s time for your visit?