At NaturesLens, we offer an increasing number of wildlife photography holidays that take in a number of locations worldwide, enabling you to capture images of nature at its finest.

We arrange regular scheduled trips to various destinations as listed below, those listed below, are either fully focussed upon or include an element of capturing images of the viviparus lizard.

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Wildlife Photography Tours, Holidays & Workshops

2020 Nature & Wildlife Photography Holidays & Tours


Reptiles & Amphibians of Bulgaria

7 nights – 19th – 26th April 2020


An Adult European Tree Frog One Of The Species That May Be Photographed During The NaturesLens Reptiles & Amphibians Of Bulgaria Photography Holiday
Join Victoria Hillman & Dobromir Domuschiev, members of the NaturesLens guiding team, in Belene during April 2020 for 7 nights; take the opportunity to capture images of the many of the reptiles & amphibians that are found in bulgaria; the NaturesLens Reptiles & Amphibians of Bulgaria photography holiday is offered on a half board, non-shared room basis, & costs £1799 per participant.

Species: adder, aesculapian snake, agile frog, alpine newt, balkan crested newt, balkan green lizard, balkan lizard, balkan terrapin, blotched snake, cat snake, common frog, common newt, common spadefoot, common tree frog, common wall lizard, dahl’s whip snake, danube crested newt, erhard’s wall lizard, european pond terrapin, fire salamander, fire-bellied toad, four-lined snake, grass snake, green lizard, green toad, hermann’s tortoise, horn-nose viper, kotschy’s gecko, large whip snake, leopard snake, montpellier snake, northern crested newt, northern slow worm, nose-horned viper, sand lizard, slow worm, smooth snake, snake-eyed skink, spur-thighed tortoise, stream toad, syrian spadefoot toad, viviparus lizard, worm snake, yellowbelly toad

Details of this Photography Holiday