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by seszterhas on Mon Dec 17, 2018 6:53 pm
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*Due to a cancellation there is now one space open on this tour. This space is for a female willing to share a cabin with another female in a twin suite.

ULTIMATE GALAPAGOS PHOTO TOUR


August 16-31, 2019


Join pro wildlife photographers Suzi Eszterhas and Tui De Roy on this epic cruise


·      While most tours offer only one-week at sea, this tour offers a full two weeks, sailing island by island.
·      Our daily program will have us on shore and photographing at first and last light, when the pace of wildlife behavior picks up to a vibrant crescendo, and other tour groups are noticeable by their absence.
·      Once on the national park paths, our pace will be relaxed and sensitive to photographers’ needs and wildlife activity, with flexible timing to make the very best of each opportunity encountered.
·      Crucially, we will never have more than 8 photographers with one guide (the legal size is 16), something no other tour offers, so there well be no stumbling over each other even during the most exciting moments.
·      Our chosen season is a time when soft overcast skies should give us extra long hours of shooting, enhancing delicate details of texture and color, and minimizing the pitfalls of photography under harsh equatorial sunlight.
·      We have chosen the coolest time of year in Galapagos, when the seas are most productive and many species are nurturing cute babies, Suzi’s specialty.  This should include adorable fluffy chicks of waved albatross, blue-footed booby, swallow-tailed gull and more.
·      We’ve chosen a luxurious, family owned ship, the EVOLUTION, which is large enough to avoid any discomforts of sea motion yet small enough to be warm and homey.  Her staff is warm and friendly and she offers plenty of indoor/outdoor space for relaxation, observation and learning.
·      You will receive one-to-one instruction from professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas and famed Galapagos wildlife photographer, Tui De Roy.


Dates: August 16 -31, 2019

Group size: Only 28 participants
 
Price: $14,890

Leaders:

Professional wildlife photographer Suzi Eszterhas
 
Suzi Eszterhas is a professional wildlife photographer based in California. She is best known for her images of baby animals in the wild. Suzi has photographed over 100 magazine covers and features stories, which include TIME, Smithsonian, BBC Wildlife, GEO, Scientific American, Audubon, Ranger Rick, and National Geographic Kids. She is also the author of twelve children’s books, and co-author of the coffee-table books A Future for Cheetahs and Sloths: Life in the Slow Lane. She has won numerous awards and is represented by several of the world’s leading natural history agencies. More information about her work is available at www.suzieszterhas.com.
 
Professional wildlife photographer and famed Galapagos expert Tui de Roy
 
Tui de Roy is a professional wildlife photographer based in New Zealand. Tui grew up in the Galapagos Islands, where her parents took her to lead a pioneering lifestyle when she was two years old. After more than 35 years in the Galapagos Islands, Tui relocated to New Zealand. She still spends much time every year in the Galapagos and is the known throughout the world as an esteemed Galapagos photographer and expert. Tui has won numerous awards, has published many magazine features and books, including Galapagos: Preserving Darwin’s Legacy, Galapagos: Islands Lost in Time, and Albatross: Their World, Their Ways. More information about Tui’s work is available at www.rovingtortoise.com.


Booking details and more information: Please contact Suzi Eszterhas at suzi@suzieszterhas.com or +1 831 588 3505 or visit http://www.suzieszterhas.com/p/tours-workshops
 

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