The photography workshop tour is a unique travel experience that allows the traveler to explore and visit two countries in the heart of the Mayan world, Guatemala and Copan in Honduras. The photography workshop includes not only a full time professional photographer as the instructor; it also offers on professional history, architecture and archaeology guide. The tour encompasses Guatemala highlights and the traditional colonial city of Copan with the Amazing ruins. The workshop managed to tailor the photographic instruction to fit the needs of photographers from beginners to advanced, so that each will receive the most out of the workshop. This goes beyond a regular tour; it is an added value and a plus for photographers that love to travel.
Journey Adventure is a sustainable travel committed tour operator; therefore, every tour is designed to give and support communities and projects that are currently being developed in Guatemala; The workshop will be helping Niños de Guatemala, which is an NGO established in 2006 that is currently developing small-scale project in Guatemala.
The workshop- tour was launched in May 2011 and hopes to have a positive impact in the tourism industry as the tour not only allows the traveler for a real travel learning experience by meeting and interactive with locals, but also combines a sustainable development experience.
The “photo tour” concept is one of the new niches that the tourism industry is developing and currently only developed in Costa Rica and Belize for the Central America Level. Guatemala is known as a photographer’s paradise for its many beautiful landscapes, culture, mountains and photographic opportunities that the country has to offer and this workshop is definitively tacking advantage of this.
The program is limited to only 10 spaces to allow for enough one to one time with the professional photographer.
For more information about the photography workshop visit www.journeyadventure.com.
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