2018 Guatemala Trip

If you are interested in the October 30,2018 trip to Guatemala please tell me something about you.  We welcome beginners and advanced because we believe people help people and friendships thrive through sharing.  Our trip is limited to 8 participants. You can also sign up here to be informed about trips in general. 

October 30- November 8, 2018

Breathtaking Atílan Lake in Guatemala. You will set out in a boat to the other side to spend a day in a Mayan town. 

Breathtaking Atílan Lake in Guatemala. You will set out in a boat to the other side to spend a day in a Mayan town. 

Who is this trip for?  Anyone who likes to  photograph, who wants to travel, and those who like to laugh and give.  We seek those who are flexible and curious to travel with us. 

Activity Level - moderate We will walk around towns and village, some may be gravel or cobblestone.  Anyplace distant we drive or use tuk tuks.  Of course you can always choose to walk further or to sit something out at a local restaurant.  We get up in the morning and go out in the evening to get the best photos. There's often time for a siesta and time for yourself during mid-day.  

Our intention through Laughing Planet is to be intentionally giving. We choose to stay at local hotels rather than corporate hotels and to support the people of Guatemala. All hotels have hot water, clean beds and food nearby. Some may even have kitchens for late night coffee drinkers.   

  • This Guatemala Photography Workshop is limited to 8 people with a minimum of 5. 

Cost -$2800. 

  • Includes professional photography leaders
  • All hotels within Guatemala
  • Rooms are double occupancy. We match solo travelers with a roommate. Your own room is an option. 
  • Transportation includes all ground transportation within Guatemala.
  • Some meals included 4 breakfasts-2 lunches
  • Not included- Airfare, your drinks, tips, or medical insurance (mandatory), tuk tuks ($1.00),boat ($8.00) 

 

A Guatemalan storyteller and painter depicts the life of his parents and grandparents of his village. Finally at peace the past is an important part of Maya history. 

 

Name *
Name