Crazy Pricing Offer for Winter Wildlife of Japan in 2019

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A bloody squabble, breaks out over fish, between several of the Steller's & White Tailed Sea Eagles photographed during the 2017 NaturesLens Japanese Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

We’ve decided to run a totally crazy offer on pricing for our Winter Wildlife of Japan photography holiday for 2019. Until the end of February we will take 10% off the price so instead of paying £5749, you pay £5175. Join Pui Hang to capture images of varied winter wildlife, in Japan, during the Winter Wildlife of Japan Photography Holiday. The photography holiday is of 13 nights duration on a half board, twin-shared basis.

You, & the others in your small group of like-minded photographers, will travel deep into stunning snow-covered landscapes, capturing beautiful images of wildlife which thrives during harsher seasons in Japan.

Your group will travel throughout several different regions, including the mountainous area around Yudanaka in central Japan, & north of the mainland to the island of Hokkaido, giving you an insight into the variety of landscapes & wildlife which exists throughout the country, made even more photogenic by dramatic winter conditions.

A bloody squabble, breaks out over fish, between several of the Steller's & White Tailed Sea Eagles photographed during the 2017 NaturesLens Japanese Winter Wildlife Photography Holiday

Group sizes are limited due to the nature of the photography excursions & the type of hotel that we prefer to make use of, so booking early is essential. We have only 4 places available at the special offer price – all 4 of these places must be filled for the trip to run.

We will require a 20% deposit of £1035 to hold your place – the balance will be due at the start of November 2018.

You can make a booking enquiry on the main event page – make sure to enter JAPANSPECIAL into the offer code box to get the 10% discount.

Please note that the accommodation for this special offer is on a shared basis, if you are not part of a couple or a pair of travellers who normally share, we will pair you up with a sharing partner of the same gender.

For the thoughts of, Graeme, one of last year’s guests, please have a read of Graeme’s blog post, or you can view some of Nicola’s images here, here, here & here,

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