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Professional wildlife photographer Chris Gamel joins families on select trips to Costa Rica and Peru
Watertown, MA – Thomson Family Adventures, the original family adventure travel company, is announcing that wildlife biologist and professional photographer Chris Gamel will be joining three of Thomson Family Adventures’ exclusive family adventure vacations in 2014. On these special tours, families have the opportunity to learn from a professional educator and photographer about the world of photography and wildlife in a fun and exciting way while also capturing beautiful images to commemorate the adventure.
Chris Gamel has extensive experience as an educator and also is a wildlife biologist, professional photographer, and a filmmaker. He has conducted wildlife research all over the world, gaining intimate knowledge of the natural world and its inhabitants. He has also spent almost 20 years sharing his knowledge of animal behavior and passion for digital media with students. He uses a combination of photography, filmmaking, and a unique collection of life experiences to tell stories about the natural world.
Chris will be joining families on Thomson Family Adventures’ Costa Rica Multi-Sport Adventure which departs March 15th, 2014; the Costa Rica Teen Adventure departing March 22nd; and Thomson’s Peru: Land Of The Ancient Inca tour. These innovative tours give families the chance to learn, practice, and perfect their photography skills while exploring some of Costa Rica and Peru’s most fascinating wildlife, landscapes, culture, people, and history through the lens of a camera.
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