Wild Wolves and Wolverines of the Taiga Forest Finland

  • August 1st, 2026 - August 8th, 2026
  • Spaces Left: 6 (Maximum 6 Photographers)
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia


This unique workshop in the northern region of Finland is for keen and passionate wildlife photographers who want to capture dramatic and powerful photographs of wild Wolves, Brown Bears, Wolverine and sub-Arctic bird species. Northern Finland is the best place in the world to photograph wild Wolves, Brown Bears and Wolverine from permanent hides set up near the border with Russia. We have a small group size and personal, one-on-one tuition for the duration of the workshop. There will also be landscape opportunities during this workshop, although our primary focus is Wolves, Brown Bears, Wolverines and sub-Arctic bird species. Private rooms are available at each location, and there is no single supplement for Wild Nature Photo Travel Team Members.

  • Dates: 1st August 2026 until 8th August 2026 (Duration 7 Nights / 8 Days)
  • Investment: $10,850 USD (Deposit to secure place $3,000 USD)
  • Participants: Maximum 6 Photographers plus leader
  • Start and Finish: Kajanni Airport, Finland
  • Trip Leaders: Joshua Holko Master Photog II
  • Fitness Level: Easy
  • Temperature: Moderate
  • Experience Level: Beginner to Professional


This unique workshop is dedicated to photographing the magnificent Wolves and Wolverines of Northern Finland in a stunning forest setting. After much research and highly successful on-site location testing, I am very excited to offer you the opportunity to get up close and personal with these magnificent predators. On this workshop, you will have EXCLUSIVE LAND ACCESS, which means it’s only us and the wildlife. No other photographers or visitors are permitted.

We will photograph in late summer / early autumn conditions: We can expect everything from sunny days to clouds and fog. This variety of weather, landscape, and lighting conditions will provide you with the opportunity to create a diverse, creative and professional portfolio of these predators.

During this workshop, we will likely also encounter and photograph Brown Bears, White-tailed eagles, Golden Eagles, and other northern species that frequent this area. We will adapt to optimize photographic opportunities as they present themselves.

We will photograph almost exclusively from hides as these animals are extremely shy and elusive. Each hide has everything you need to spend hours (even overnight) in the field. We will have several different hides from which to choose, with various viewing angles.

This exclusive workshop is for a strictly limited number of just 6 participants plus a leader and is dedicated to photography of the Wolves and Wolverines of Finland.

If you are excited about travelling to the far north of Finland with a small group of dedicated photographers to photograph some of the least photographed species in Scandinavia, now is the time to secure your place. Places are very limited, and once they are spoken for, that’s it.


Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia
Wolf on the Finland border with Russia