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Wildlife photography

During the trip we look for moose, reindeer and birds to capture. We take the car to find the best photo locations for the day. Your guide is a professional wildlife and adventure photographer who works in the taiga and the arctic area. He will teach you the best ways to take great pictures in the arctic and show you his favorite spots in the area.


We will stop at a few different locations to explore the nature’s diversity with our cameras. The snowshoes can be used if we are to follow a stream in the deep snow. If we are lucky we might see tracks of the rare otter. In an unspoiled spot we will enjoy warm beverage and home baked pastry.


The Canon DSLR Cameras with telephoto zooms make it easier to get closer images of the animals. There are also other lenses to choose between, you might like to try the super wide angle lens. The 8GB SD card can hold 1000 pictures so you can capture the nature and wildlife in as many ways you want. Of course you get to keep the memory card with all images you have taken so you can recall your time here many years ahead.


  • Guide; Professional wildlife and adventure photographer.
  • Canon DSL camera, 55-250 mm zoom lens + a shorter zoom for landscape, p/p.
  • SD memory card 8 GB, 1 card p/p for you to keep, with the pictures.
  • Hot juice and cookies.
  • Transport in a car.
  • Snowshoes and poles.

PRICE: 2065 SEK  Per person

Duration: 2,5 hours. Two departures 10.00am -12.30pm and 2.00 - 4.30pm
Min / Max: 2/4
Recommended age: min 16 years.
Fitness and Difficulty: Easy.
Location: Start and end at Arctic Bath, Harads.
Period: November-April.
Clothing: Take on warm clothing and shoes for the weather that prevails during the season.

You can borrow winter clothes if you need: Jacket, zippered trousers, warm shoes, gloves, hat and facemask. Available in normal sizes, s-xl. And 37-46 in shoes.

We can’t control weather or wildlife and therefore there is no guarantee you will see or get good pictures of the wildlife.

Tour operated by Taiga Adventures.