Galápagos Islands

Blue-footed Boobies, Darwin’s finches, sea lions, giant tortoises, and more!

The Galápagos Islands offer incredible opportunities for nature photographers, from up-close encounters with curious wildlife to endemic flora and unusual landscapes. Accompanied by an onboard naturalist-guide as well as photography expert Krisztina Scheeff, this 11-day small group cruise expedition offers a front-row seat for exploring and photographing the archipelago’s many wonders. 

 

Download the detailed brochure HERE.

Included: accommodations, activities and meals as mentioned in itinerary (breakfast, lunch and dinner), all tips except guide and driver, full time naturalist guide/driver for duration of the program, Galapagos National Park fees, INGALA card, internal flights relevant to itinerary, private transportation and driver for the duration of the program, snorkel gear, travel protection, post departure coverage, excludes trip cancellation.

Not Included: international airfare, items of personal nature, tips for guide and driver, trip cancellation coverage.
 

Dates:  October 13, 2021 - October 23, 2021

11 days/ 10 nights

Cost: $5885

Single Suplement: Mainland only $250 / Mainland & Boat $1975

* limited single rooms avaiable - only 2 left

Deposit: $350 (non-refundable)

Group Size: max 15 participants  (14 spots left)

I am so thrilled to be running this workshop with Holbrook Travel! Here are a few highlights:

  • Enjoy the opportunity to photograph iconic wildlife including Blue-footed Boobies, Darwin’s finches, sea lions, and giant tortoises.
  • Explore diverse islands by boat and small panga craft, making wet and dry landings and stopping to hike, swim and snorkel.
  • Walk through the incredible cactus forest on Santa Fé Island and observe colonies of land iguanas.
  • Sail around Kicker Rock, a massive tuff-rock that abruptly juts almost 500 feet straight out of the sea and is a nesting place for many species of sea birds.
  • Discover how the Jacinto Gordillo Breeding Center is working to ensure the survival of the islands’ endangered giant tortoises.
  • Practice photographing fast-moving objects at the hummingbird feeders in Bellavista Cloud Forest.

Your Guide

 

Krisztina Scheeff / KS Nature Photography

 

Based in San Diego, California, Professional photographer Krisztina operates a successful business providing guided tours and workshops around San Diego & Orange County. Krisztina had numerous publications and art exhibits, and she is a workshop leader every year at the Bird Festival run by San Diego Audubon Society. Her enthusiasm and passion for wildlife photography rubs off on everyone who meets her.

 

For more about Krisztina please visit the About section.

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