Art of Biodiversity Pacific
April 17 to 27, 2020
If you want to take your nature photography to the next level while shooting a wide range of subjects, this is the trip for you. From birds and wildlife to macro to landscapes, we visit some of our favorite and lesser-known spots in Costa Rica to give your whole photographic kit a workout. With two leaders, one a pro photographer and the other a photographer/ecologist, you'll come away with a stunning image portfolio, great natural history knowledge, and a ton of new photo skills!
April 17 to 27, 2020
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You should arrive to and depart from Costa Rica's Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO). Our driver will be waiting to provide your private transfer to our capital city hotel.
Electrical outlets are US-style. Those coming from Europe or Asia may need travel adapters. We will send more info after signup.
We strongly recommend you purchase trip insurance that includes trip cancellation and medical coverage while overseas.
Costa Rica does not require any vaccionations to enter the country. Please consult with your doctor regarding general travel vaccinations.
All of our hotels have free WIFI. We will also have cell data coverage throughout the trip.
All of our services are conducted by fully licensed travel, lodge, and transport operators. This is part of our commitment to providing a professional travel experience.
Camera body or bodies
Tele lens that goes out to 400 mm or more
Wide angle lens
Filters for the above lens
Off-camera TTL flash cord
Rain cover for camera
Small softbox or diffuser
Small pack or shoulder bag for daily shooting
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Booking a tour with us is easy!
1. Register for your tour using the form at the end of each workshop page.
4. Send us your traveler info form.
2. Send us your reserve deposit.
5. We will send you your final invoice.
3. Book your international air travel.
6. We´ll send you everything you need to know before you hop on the plane!