Photograph enigmatic Owls from the hides
2–5 July 2018 – FULLY BOOKED!
5–8 July 2018 – FULLY BOOKED!
9–12 July 2018 – FULLY BOOKED!
12–15 July 2018 – A shared double room in B&B for a woman available! Or single room at hotel for a man.
Owls have always been close to our hearts and now we proudly present a great tour for Barn Owl and Little Owl photography in an innovative setup.
During this exclusive photography tour you will be picked up from the Amsterdam airport and taken care of during the whole tour. Our local partner for this tour has developed unique opportunities for Barn Owl photography in a shed that is lit by studio lights. The spotlights create a thrilling experience and the contrast between the light-coloured Barn Owls and the darkness of the night allows for breathtaking photos. During the tour the Little Owl are photographed in a natural and lively setting.
The main targets of this photography tour are Barn Owl and Little Owl, but there might be other photography opportunities available as well. Please notice that when talking about the nature and wild owls, we reserve the rights to chance the program if something unexpected happens. Local owners of the place are both passionate photographers and they will do their utmost to offer you the best possible photography opportunities that there is.
Group size: 2 photographers
Landcost price: 1200 € / person. Accommodation in nice and cosy B&B just 5 minutes drive from the hides.
Price includes: Land transportation from the Amsterdam airport, all meals (excluding drinks), accommodation, guiding and use of professional photography hides.
Accommodation: Shared double room. Clean and cozy B&B (Shared room upstairs and room’s private toilet downstairs). Hotel accommodation possible (for extra costs – single 1675€ and double 1600 €/person ) according your request. If you prefer hotel accommodation, please contact to email@example.com. Hotel is about 15 minutes drive from the hides.
Guide: Local guide
Please check the tour itinerary from here.
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