Great Photo Tours in
12 Days in Rajasthan
led by Laurent Dambies
November 1-12 2016
US$ 2400 double, US$ 400 supplement for single
A cultural and exploratory journey to capture the scenes and immerse in one of the most picturesque regions in India, this guided photography tour evokes the exuberance of life. Rajasthan is a region incredibly rich in history, culture, tradition, and arts developed for centuries, being home to one the earliest civilizations. With myriad of spectacular landscapes to feast one’s eye on, Rajasthan definitely stands out as a photographer’s paradise.
19 Days in Ethiopia
led by Roger Moo
November 2-20, 2016
US$ $4500 for double, US$900 supplement for single
Ethiopia - now there’s a place to visit! A paradise for photography, with incredibly diverse regions rich in culture and history, many ethnic groups and tribes of truly beautiful and handsome people exalted by their colorful dress and costumes, and a world of wildlife just on your doorstep. For Roger, his first trip to Ethiopia some years ago was a true eye-opener, one he now shares with others as he returns each year to record the true magic of a magnificent place and people.
12 Days in Bali and Borneo
led by David Metcalf and Mark Rayner
November 6-14 2016
US$ 5000 double, US$ 600 supplement for single
This combination tour takes you on a journey to two vastly different islands: Bali and Borneo, each beautiful and mystical in their own way. Mark Rayner and David Metcalf combine island highlights into a fantastic package of wonderful photo opportunities with action-packed adventures every day. They put you in the right places for getting great shots with the right light. The art of story-telling captured through your vision.
10 Days in Myanmar
led by Etienne Bossot
November 7 - 16 2016
US$ 4150 double, US$ 300 supplement for single
Come and discover what is for us the most photogenic country of South East Asia in this 10 day tour. Gifted with a very high spiritual atmosphere, Myanmar offers stunning sceneries as well as some of the friendliest people in the region. Starting in Yangon during the biggest Full Moon festival of the year, we head up North to Bagan and its numerous temples, before discovering untouched parts of Pindaya and Inle lake’s beauty.
10 Days in Bangladesh
led by Etienne Bossot
November 27 - December 6 2016
US$ 4150 double, US$ 280 supplement for single
From the overcrowded streets of Dhaka to the tea plantations of Sylhet, and the sumptuous coastline of Chittagong, Bangladesh really is a fascinating land. The Bengali people are the most welcoming population you can ever encounter and they will make us feel at ease for our photography. This photography tour is very much dedicated to the people of Bangladesh, and participants can expect to focus mostly on portraits and street photography.