OPEN NOW! Register - Guatemala Workshop, October 30-November 8

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Photography Travel Workshop Guatemala
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Photography Travel Workshop Guatemala

OPEN NOW! Register - Guatemala Workshop, October 30-November 8

2,600.00

 Guatemala Photography Travel Workshop, After you put this in your shopping cart a form will pop up. You aren't obligated by putting it in the shopping cart.
October 30 to November 8 2017..Photograph and celebrate the Day of the Dead (All Saint's Day) in Guatemala. It's spectacular to witness kites as large as a three-story building in all their glowing glory pulled off in attempts to communicate with those who have passed on.   

Cost includes all hotels and transportation within country, Two lovely home lunches at a Guatemalan home in Antigua. 

Price does not include your airfare, tips, personal items or meals. There will be an add-on option to Tikal ruins as an after trip. Come help me test the waters at the gateway town Flores to Tikal. This is at cost prices.  Price for Tikal will be posted soon. (The add-on will be for 3 days and will include the RT flight.)
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We are looking for flexible, fun, easy-going people ready for an adventure with your camera in the "real" Guatemala. You might get a bit dirty, you might get wet, and you will probably have a blast.

We'll be visiting Mayan villages around the lake after the kite ceremony.  Our intent is to be good ambassadors from our country to the Guatemalans all while having a great time. Our last stop will be near Huehuetanango at a Boy's Ranch for discarded boys.

Emotional flexibility and the ability to walk about a half mile a day is necessary. (There are often small golf carts ($1.) to jump into if your walking is limited.) It's not physically difficult, but you will be slinging your bag, and there is a bit of walking on cobblestone and uneven paths. You should be at least minimally strong.

Most any camera will work as long as the person behind it is motivated. We will have optional assignments and critiques embedded into some of the days. 

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Price includes photography instruction, hotels (double occupancy, private rooms available at additional cost), two home-cooked lunches, and all major van transportation to locations. Price does not include air transportation, boat rides, or tuk-tuk. Note that restaurant food is very inexpensive, and tuk-tuks are about the equivalent of $1. Available are pupusas, the typical Salvadorean food, lovely salads at restaurants, and typical Guatemalan dishes. Guatemala has also adopted many Mexican and North American foods. You can enjoy a great lunch or dinner for $3 to $12. Local beer ranges from $2 to $3 at a restaurant. The exchange rate is at about 7.25 to $1. U.S. but changes daily. We stay updated on the best method of money to travel with as it changes weekly in Guatemala! The best Guatemalan term for it is: "Fijase"—oh well.