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On a Peru photography tour, you learn to take better pictures while enjoying a wonderful holiday. With their local knowledge of conditions and light, the expert guides will help you achieve your best photographs in testing conditions.
On our 5-day rainforest wildlife photography tour to the Tambopata area, you stay at the best eco-lodges. The Tambopata area is one of the best in the Amazon for eco-lodges and for wildlife.
Professional photographers guide you in this verdant rainforest area where you will see abundant wildlife.
Some of the wildlife highlights are Howler monkeys, Scarlet macaws, hoatzin, capybara and leafcutter ants.
Time at macaw clay licks gives a wonderful opportunity to study the behaviour of these majestic colourful birds. Nighttime walks will give golden opportunities for photographing frogs and insects. Frequent slow-paced walks will allow time to seek out even the smallest of creatures on our Peru photo tours.
On this Peru photography tour – suitable for beginners or experts – you stay at different eco-lodges in Tambopata. All meals are included as well as expert guides and a guarantee of wildlife sightings.
Thank you very much for your time and instructions, I can highly recommend the (Amazon) photo tour to everybody who likes nature and good photos.
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Prices From $744 / £595 per person
Capacity: 16 people
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It was a fantastic experience... for me personally it was so rewarding and a real personal achievement.
The highlight for me...perhaps that iconic initial view down to Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate, the whole trip was great.
All our guides were fantastic and passionate and knowledgeable and the porters are incredible.
I would definitely recommend Andean Trails and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your help and advice which was so very helpful and glad we took a pair of walking sticks each!
Definitely made me feel restless, a fab memory to share with my daughter and looking forward to the next trip
J Rowlinson, UK, 2017
» 4-Day Inca Trail Hike To Machu Picchu, Peru
FANTASTIC! The trip was magical, magnificent and great fun and much of that is credit to you for helping us build such a wonderful holiday.
All of our guides and drivers were excellent but of course some were more exceptional than others. The driver who took us around on our last day in Cusco was better than most guides.
Coral I, Galapagos – On Galapagos we had 2 absolutely brilliant guides.
The boat was excellent and although the itinerary had changed slightly we had a fantastic array of experiences on many different islands. The accommodation was good and we are very pleased we upgraded. Being downstairs helped on those nights that the boat was moving in choppy waters as it only has a 2m draught and so can sway quite heavily.
Food was unbelievably good and plentiful given the limited resources. Extra snacks were provided when we came back from swimming/snorkelling and hot drinks were available 24 hours.
We had a memorable holiday and we thank you for all you did to make it work so well.
In summary, it was terrific and we have already, and will continue to sing the praises of Andean Trails.
D Levy, UK, 2017
» Coral I & II Galapagos Cruise Yachts
@ecocamp_travel Wow wish we were there!
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