Better Travel Photography Launches Two New Travel Photography Tours
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Steve Davey and Better Travel Photography are launching two new travel photography tours for 2011. Impressions of Laos & Cambodia departs from Bangkok, Thailand, on 6 April 2011, and explores two of the most photogenic countries in South East Asia over 15 days. Top destinations include Vientiane, Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang and Angkor Wat. Impressions of Ladakh starts in Delhi, India, on 25 July, before flying up to Leh the high-altitude capital of Ladakh. Participants will visit an eclectic mix of fertile valleys, mountains and ancient monasteries, as well as the remote Tso Moriri Lake and the atmospheric town of Manali. The first tour costs £1645, the second £1595 per person, excluding flights to and from Bangkok and Delhi, respectively.
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Two new exclusive travel photography tours for 2011 have just been launched by Steve Davey and Better Travel Photography.
Impressions of Laos & Cambodia
Departs Bangkok 6 April 2011 • 15 days • £1645 ex. flights.
Laos and Cambodia are two of the most atmospheric and photogenic countries in South East Asia, and this tour is a fantastic way to explore the best of what they have to offer, whilst learning about the art of travel photography with a professional travel photographer. Starting in Bangkok, we head to Vientiane, the sleepy capital of Laos, before driving north to the stunning scenery of Vang Vieng and the enigmatic Plain of Jars. We arrive in the historic town of Luang Prabang for the Lao New Year festivities: a time of processions, religious rituals and water fights! After a few days enjoying the festivities and exploring what must be the best preserved town in Asia, we fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia (included flight) to explore the incomparable ruins of Angkor Wat. We have plenty of time here to explore many of the outlying sites in the complex before the tour finishes. More information on: http://www.bettertravelphotography.com/phototours/laos
Impressions of Ladakh
Departs Delhi 25 July 2011 • 15 days• £1595 ex. flights.
A unique opportunity to improve your travel photography, whilst exploring the highlights of the Ladakh in the company of a professional travel photographer. This travel photography tour starts in Delhi, before flying up to Leh the incredible high altitude capital of Ladakh. For the next week, we visit an eclectic mix of fertile valleys, mountains and ancient monasteries, including those at Hemis and Lamayuru. Our visit is timed to see Cham Dancing at the Korzok Gustor festival, at the remote Tso Moriri Lake. We will stay for two days to soak up the atmosphere and explore the hauntingly beautiful scenery around the lake. We also drive the amazing Leh-Manali Highway, one of the highest motorable roads in the world, until we reach Manali. This atmospheric town lies amidst stunning alpine scenery. Although a long and adventurous drive, the Highway is one of the highlights of this trip, cutting across harsh landscapes and crossing a number of often snow-capped passes. More information on http://www.bettertravelphotography.com/phototours/ladakh
This is the third year that the Better Travel Photography tours, which were set up to complement Footprint Travel Photography - written by Steve Davey and published by Footprint Books in 2008.
All of the land arrangements for these tours are provided by Intrepid Travel, who have over twenty years of experience in running small group adventures. This means that you are completely protected by their industry bonding. Throughout the tours, Steve provides extensive photographic tuition; through nightly illustrated talks, image critiques, group practical demonstrations and individual coaching. Everyone on the tour gets a signed copy of Steve’s book Footprint Travel Photography.
More information on the Better Travel Photography range of tours on http://www.bettertravelphotography.com/phototours