Many of you asked us what we were doing we all the photos we take through our travels. Well, we decided to turn our photographs into books, and are proud to present our new Travel Photo Books. These photo albums feature the latest of our travel and the best of our photography collection.
These new Photo Books are the perfect gift for the holiday season, birthdays of friends and families, or anyone interested in traveling and exploring a new culture.
Donation to WWF: 10% of our profit will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund.
To see more photos for each calendar, click on the ORDER Button to view each month’s photos.
Papua New Guinea Travel Photo Book
Discover the culture and traditions of the Sepik River in Papua New Guinea through our travel photos. Explore Papua New Guinea through traditional dances, spirit houses, masks, and village life.
Sri Lanka Travel Photo Book
Journey through Sri Lanka through our photos of the old city Galle and the coastal area. Visit the mountain region around Ella. Admire the historical monuments like Sigiriya and Anuradhapura. Watch the leopards and dolphins in their natural habitats. Travel to the northern areas of Mannar and Jaffna, and more.
Pakistan Travel Photo Book
Explore the northern regions of Pakistan, from the Fairy Meadows, the Hushe Valley and high summits, the traditional village life around Machollo and the Phander Valley, the culture and traditions of the Kalash and Wakhi people.
Photo Books: WWF Donation
As wildlife advocates and ocean aficionados, we will donate 10% of our profit on each 2019 Calendar to the WWF.
Why we donate to the World Wildlife Fund? The organization supports:
- Endangered species around the world, from the black rhino in southern Africa regions, snow leopard in the Himalayas, to the marine biodiversity of the Coral Triangle in the western Pacific Ocean.
- Projects protecting the forest and wildlife of endangered regions such as the Borneo and Sumatra, the Amazon, the Congo Basin, and the Greater Mekong, as well as ocean protection, which is crucial for us as divers.
- Management and access to fresh water and sustainable food systems
- Works towards renewable energy and actions on climate change