Bhutan Photography Tour 2013
After a hugely successful Photographic tour to Bhutan in 2012 I am doing it all again in 2013. The Bhutan 2013 photo tour has been refined and finessed from what I learned in Bhutan 2012, we are staying in Bhutan for a full 15 days (skipping the two nights in Bangkok on the way back) to allow us to slow down and take more time in each location and I have reduced the numbers on the tour to a maximum of 10 people. The tour is unashamedly photographic in nature and now begins and ends in Bangkok to allow for those who are coming from different countries or states, and for those who wish to continue onto another destination after the conclusion of the tour. For all the information on the current photographic tour of Bhutan including a full itinerary, simply click on this link.
Bhutan Photographic Tour 2012
I will be escorting a 2 week photographic tour of Bhutan later this year. This will be a fantastic opportunity to see this amazing country at the best time of year with an experienced local guide to show us the sights you would never find by yourself. And of course i will be along to ensure everyone gets the best shots of this fabulous mysterious country, a place where they dont judge wealth with GDP (gross domestic product), but with a NHI… a National Happiness Index!
The tour will be 13 nights/14 days departing Perth 24th October 2012 (with 1 night in Bangkok on the way over and 2 on the way back), included are all your transport, accommodation, all meals in Bhutan, guides and of course expert photographic tuition from me. I reckon for 2 weeks of once in a lifetime experiences thats a bargain.
We will be having an information evening Thursday 23rd February over in Leederville, where we will explain the whole itinerary and how its all going to play out, along with a couple of slide shows (short ones…). If this sounds like something for you and you would like to come to the information night, give me a call on (+61 8) 9336 6102 or you can email email@example.com
To give you a bit of a taste of what to expect here are a few images from George Booth, who organises the whole tour and his friend Ullrich Kunzmann (in fact all these images are from these 2 fellows), neither of whom are professional photographers. Don’t forget to click on the images to get a bigger view.