Photographer’s Paradise the best locations ultimate pic
With the right lighting and a high-tech camera it’s nearly impossible to snap a bad picture.
Fortunately advancements in modern technology have allowed us to take great quality pictures without lugging around heavy-duty cameras and tonnes of equipment.
Our personal travel managers (PTMs) have tracked the globe in search of some of the most photogenic places and have compiled a list to inspire your travels.
Whether you’re a professional or just an amateur enthusiast, these picturesque locations provide the ideal setting to get that great shot, allowing your travel memories to live on. Get in touch with your PTM today to book your next picture-perfect holiday.
When in the heart of the Australian outback, try to capture the red rock within the frame of your Champagne flute. There’s simply nothing quite like watching the changing colours of Uluru at sunrise or sunset, with this unique photo opportunity something you must experience to believe.
There’s nothing quite like seeing thousands of African animals such as wildebeests and zebras, make their annual migration from the southern plains of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara. Set your camera to its fastest shutter speed in order to capture the many magnificent movements during this stampede.
Cherry blossom trees blooming all along Philosopher’s Path in early April is a sight for sore eyes. If you’re lucky, you may also come across young Japanese girls dressed in traditional kimonos who often meander along this walkway.
Capture the “Door to Heaven” on a wide-angle lens to ensure your picture includes the bright blue sky in the background. This gorgeous monument is located in Pura Lempuyang at the top of Mount Lempuyang.
As the tip of your kayak rests in the pristine blue waters of Lake Louise, you’ll be spoilt for photo opportunities. From the snow-capped Rocky Mountains that sit along the horizon, to the amazing fauna and flora that surrounds the lake, this is the perfect place to try the panoramic or fish-eyed feature on your camera to diversify your photo portfolio.
Grand Canyon National Park, United States
Capture the Colorado River in the early afternoon as it winds its way around the Grand Canyon. It’s tough to take a bad picture in this national park, which is known for its stunning rock formations.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia
With a trusty underwater camera, get up close to sea life and its many inhabitants. Here you can deep-sea dive or simply snorkel amongst a school of fish in the clear turquoise waters of Bora Bora.