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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Preview

BBC Wildlife has put out a sneak preview of two of the shortlisted images for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2009. The full set of nearly 100 winners will be displayed at the Natural History Museum in London from 23rd October 2009. “Hare Spat” Runner up in the Behaviour: Mammals Category   “Footprints” – […]

Final Farewell from Andean Expedition

The Choro Trail: From La Paz we embarked on a 3 day hike along an old Inka trail, starting up at 4900m among snow-capped peaks, and descending through lush cloud forest  to our final destination, the the village of Chairo at 1400m. After the Choro trail we transferred to Coroico for 1.5 days’ well-earned rest […]

Malawi Summer Team Final Update

Apologies for the belated blog – internet access in Africa is limited – I am writing this upon arrival at home.Alas, our days in Malawi as a Quest Team have come to an end. The final week and a half has been action-packed and exhilarating, and, without further ado, this is what we have experienced: […]

Andy’s guide to photography part 1 – what camera?

Over the next few weeks I will be bringing you a short guide to photography.  This week we look at what camera you should buy? You will probably fall into one of three categories: 1.    Compact and extremely portable.Compact digital cameras have been on the market for years and the majority take excellent pictures in […]

Summer Reunion 2009…the photos!

Last week was the infamous, highly anticipated and barn-tastic Quest Overseas Summer Reunion for all our teams in 2009.     Heather and Vicky did an absolutely sterling job with the decor…Lawrence Llewelyn-Bowen eat your heart out!             Highlights of the night included the barn dance, Andy’s immense BBQ efforts, […]

Quest Overseas Photo Competition Winner!

Congratulations to Jess Ford from the 2009 Andean Expedition team who is this year’s Photo Competition winner! This cracking shot was taken as the team travelled across the stunning Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. Well done Jess! Thanks to everybody who entered their photos into the competition – you’re all winners in our eyes!   […]

We’re not normally ones to brag, but…

…but we can now proudly say that Quest Overseas has passed with flying colours at our independent assessment for British Standard 8848 today, specification for the provision of visits, fieldwork, expeditions and adventurous activities outside the UK. This is an extremely rigorous assessment of the quality and professionalism with which we run our expeditions, and […]

Gap Fairs at The Grange School & Hampton School

A big thankyou to George Heriot’s school yesterday; it was great to meet  you all and we hope you enjoyed learning about QuestOverseas and the incredible projects and expeditions that are available. Our next stop is tonight at The Grange School in Cheshire, so why not come down from 6-9pm and have a chat with […]

British Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The winners of the British Wildlife Photography Awards 2009 have been announced today. The overall winner of the title “British Wildlife Photographer of the Year” and the £5000 main prize was Ross Hoddinott who took the beautiful shot of a damselfly sillhouette (above). The aim of the awards are not only to recognise and celebrate […]

Quest goes Back to the Future!

Having grown up in the eighties and nineties, you can imagine our excitement when the mechanics across the road from our office received a DeLorean to work on. How could anyone resist the posed photo, can you guess which ones we are?!!!