Imaj Photography Holidays January 1015 Newsletter

Photography holiday in Sichuan – China

We just announced a new photography holiday to Sichuan and very excited about this;

Discover the laid back city of Chengdu, climb the worlds biggest stone buddha carved in to a rock, visit the Tibetian landscape and villages in Tibetan prefectures of Sichuan without the hassle of getting Tibet Visa.
We will visit;
– Laid back city of Chengdu
– World’s biggest stone Buddha
– Ya’an Panda reserve
– Beautiful mountains of Sichuan
– Tibetan prefectures (in Sichuan)
– Small villages and markets

– A variety of scenic spots for nature photographs.

This tour will be lead by a very talented local photographer Bo Zhang (Getty Images).
Photos from our trips to investigate the area are available on the webpage.

For more information please visit:


Guilin Photography Holiday

Our original nature and culture photography holiday is getting more and more popular.
19 April 2015 is now fully booked. Thanks for your interest.
10 April 2015 is now open for booking and will be departure guaranteed very soon, do not delay in getting in touch if you are interested.
10 Oct 2015 is now also open for booking.
This year we are planning some pleasant changes to our itinerary like replacing Huang Yao with less touristic and amazing Zaoxing area. We keep these changes secret for the moment till we sort out all the details.
For more information please visit:


Destination: Sri Lanka

We finally completed all the logistics of a new tour to Sri Lanka and planning the first tour in May 2015. I will be visiting and inspecting all hotels and locations at the beginning of March before accepting any firm bookings but if interested please do let me know as the plan is 6 people max.

In this 10 day trip, we will cover south-west of the island.
We will visit:
– amazing tea gardens of Ceylon,
– rural mountain villages,
– fishing villages
– tropical beaches
– and wildlifeFor more information please visit:


Blog is now active

Our blog is now active and you can see some of the brilliant pictures taken by the attendees of the last China photography holiday to Guilin area.For more information please visit:

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