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VANISHING CUBA
April 15-25, 2021
November 4-14, 2021
January 6-16, 2022
April 14-24, 2022
November 3-13, 2022
January 5-15, 2023
Travel, Street, People, Urban
Landscape Photography
Includes
• 11 Days
• Photographer | Guide
• Only 4 - 6 Guests
• Upscale Casas
• Breakfasts and 6 meals
• Local Transportation
• U.S. Citizen compliant
Support for the Cuban People
FullSizeRender V3 *Vanishing Cuba™ is offered exclusively
through Photo Workshop Adventures.

VANISHING CUBA

Havana, Viñales, Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Regla, Soroa and more

VANISHING CUBA

CLASSIC CUBA

HAVANA

CUBA PRIVATE

Experience Cuba through the lens of a renowned photographer of Cuba.

Vanishing Cuba is a special 11-Day Photo Tour lead by PWA Founder Michael Chinnici. Michael will take you off the tourist grid as you explore the cities of Havana, Trinidad, Vinales, Cienfuegos, Regla, Playa Jibacoa, Cruces, Puerta de Golpe, and Soroa. He integrates Cuban friends and families into his adventure, visiting their homes and businesses so that you can experience and photograph the real Cuba. Outside of Havana, you will be treated to a rural lifestyle that has gone unchanged for more than 60 years. Michael will host only 3 Vanishing Cuba trips per year to a small group of 4-6 guests (18 guests annually), making them intimate and highly personal.

In addition to Cuba, Michael leads photo adventures in Europe, Africa, India, Asia, United States, and Central America. But his 24 trips to Cuba are some of his most interesting ones. These trips have yielded an impressive collection of images known as Vanishing Cuba™. Vanishing Cuba™ can be seen on his instagram feed and the Vanishing Cuba website. His Vanishing Cuba Photo Book is scheduled to be published in early 2021.

Cuba is a tropical paradise with a storied past, offering us a unique view of a world few have been able to see. Photographing Cuba offers us the rare opportunity to capture its warm people alongside its natural beauty and stunning architecture. Laidback Caribbean Island culture mixed with the big-city life of Havana, where vintage American cars from the ’40s and ’50s roll past you on Havana’s Malecon.

Like all of our adventures, we take you behind the scenes of Cuba’s tourist veil and expose you to the inner city culture that is the real Cuba. By working with locals, we are able to achieve this on an unprecedented level. Besides photography, we’ll be speaking with Cubans about daily life on the island, learning about the country’s unique political and economic system, and working side-by-side with Cuban photographers. Old Havana and Viñales Valley are both UNESCO World Heritage sites.

OUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS:  It’s been said that we really know how to do Cuba right. We stay in the finest and most authentic Casa Particulars (Cuban bed & breakfasts). We travel by air-conditioned vehicles and beautifully restored vintage American automobiles. We dine in world-renowned Cuban restaurants and authentic hidden gem paladars. And lastly, we expose you to not only a truly amazing and authentic Cuba but the most photogenic Cuba. We always travel to Cuba with the “Support of the Cuban People”.

This adventure is designed not only to guide you to the most photogenic locations carefully planned for the best light but to aid you in mentally visualizing a scene before capturing the decisive moment. Our aim is to raise your awareness and spark your creativity so that you not only go home with images to be proud of but use your new-found skills to improve and expand your photographic technique in general. You will learn how to turn an ordinary image into an extraordinary image by using your own creativity.

In addition, you will become knowledgeable about how to survey the landscape, utilize and approach your environment, photograph people indigenous to the region, and the cultural considerations and challenges of photographing in a foreign country. Our time together will include individual and group discussions, inspiring ideas, and great fun. Cuba offers more photographic opportunities than any other adventure we offer. Cuba is not to be missed!

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Cuba for U.S. Citizens.

 

Cuba is a tropical paradise with a storied past, offering us a unique view of a world few have been able to see. Photographing Cuba offers us the rare opportunity to capture its warm people alongside its natural beauty and stunning architecture. Laidback Caribbean Island culture mixed with the big-city life of Havana, where vintage American cars from the 40’s and 50’s roll past you on Havana’s Malecon.

Like all of our adventures, we take you behind the scenes of Cuba’s tourist veil and expose you to the inner city culture that is the real Cuba. By working with locals, we are able to achieve this on an unprecedented level. Besides photography, we’ll be speaking with Cubans about daily life on the island, learning about the country’s unique political and economic system, and working side-by-side with Cuban photographers. Old Havana and Viñales Valley are both UNESCO World Heritage sites.

OUR RECIPE FOR SUCCESS:  It’s been said that we really know how to do Cuba right. We stay in the finest and most authentic Casa Particulars (Cuban bed & breakfasts). We travel by air-conditioned vehicles and beautifully restored vintage American automobiles. We dine in world-renowned Cuban restaurants and authentic hidden gem paladars. And lastly, we expose you to not only a truly amazing and authentic Cuba but the most photogenic Cuba. We always travel to Cuba with the “Support of the Cuban People”.

This adventure is designed not only to guide you to the most photogenic locations carefully planned for the best light but to aid you in mentally visualizing a scene before capturing the decisive moment. Our aim is to raise your awareness and spark your creativity so that you not only go home with images to be proud of but use your new-found skills to improve and expand your photographic technique in general. You will learn how to turn an ordinary image into an extraordinary image by using your own creativity.

In addition, you will become knowledgeable about how to survey the landscape, utilize and approach your environment, photograph people indigenous to the region, and the cultural considerations and challenges of photographing in a foreign country. Our time together will include individual and group discussions, inspiring ideas, and great fun. Cuba offers more photographic opportunities than any other adventure we offer. Cuba is not to be missed!

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Cuba for U.S. Citizens.

 

100% Compliant and Legal Travel to Cuba for U.S. Citizens

Photo Workshop Adventures LLC travels to Cuba legally under the OFAC category "Support for the Cuban People”.

Group Size

4-6 Guests

Experience | Difficulty

  • Beginner, amateur, enthusiast, and semi-pro photographers
  • Travel by AC van, vintage American cars, taxis, and bicycle taxis
  • Minimal elevation changes and lots of walking
  • (non-photographers also welcome)

Weather | Sun

October to November –  Temps 85/71 F  29/21 C  Approx. Sunrise 7:26 | Sunset 7:04 (19:04)
December to March –  Temps 80/63 F  26/17 C  Approx. Sunrise 7:10 | Sunset 6:17 (18:17)
April to May –  Temps 88/69 F  30/20 C  Approx. Sunrise 6:56 | Sunset 8:00 (20:00)

Includes

  • 11 Days
  • Travel, street, people, landscape, and architecture photography
  • Meet with Cuban photographers, students, musicians, artists, and entrepreneurs
  • Professional photographer | guide
  • Cuban guide and driver (English speaking)
  • Photo walks & discussions
  • Small group (4 – 6 guests)
  • Upscale Cuban Casas 
  • Breakfasts and 6 meals
  • Local transportation in vintage American cars and air-conditioned vehicle
  • Travel under the “Support for the Cuban People” category
  • Travel documents required for visa 

What To Expect

Cuba is not just unique, but one of the most rewarding photographic and cultural experiences you will ever encounter. Because Cuba is so different it requires an open-minded and rewarding sense of adventure. As is often said in Cuba, “It’s not what you want, it’s what we have”. Prepare yourself to be completely wowed.

Accommodations

The finest Cuban Bed & Breakfasts

Travel Information

Book your commercial flights to the corresponding airports noted below.
Arrival and Departure Airport: Havana José Martí International Airport (HAV) – Transfer time 45min.
Our adventure begins on the first day at 2 PM at our hotel and ends at checkout on the last day.

Visas

U.S. based airlines distribute Cuban Visas at the airport using the documents provided by us. A Cuban Visa costs $50 – $100 depending on the airline. International travelers who require a Cuban visa can get their visas through the Cuban Embassy or Consulate in their respective countries.

Helpful Links

> Venturing to Cuba for the First Time – by Darrell Miller
> Legal US Travel to Cuba – by Michael Chinnici
> Comparing Photo Adventures – by Michael Chinnici
> Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski Habana – by Michael Chinnici (no longer available to U.S. Citizens)
> How to Keep Cuban Cigars Fresh – by Michael Chinnici
> Iceland + Cuba – 14 Days of Discovery – by Michael Chinnici

Vanishing Cuba Prices & Dates


Photographer Leader

Photographer Leader

Michael Chinnici

April 15-25, 2021
November 4-14, 2021
January 6-16, 2022
April 14-24, 2022
November 3-13, 2022
January 5-15, 2023

*All prices are per person and based on double occupancy. Please select single occupancy for a private room. For your convenience, we offer optional early arrival and late departure accommodations so you can extend your stay before or after the trip. We typically stay in upscale boutique hotels in the 4 and 5-star category. Not all destinations offer these types of properties. We look for unique hotels that offer cultural, historic and/or authentic features. Depending on the size of the group, smaller boutique hotels may have limited room inventory. In some countries or in remote locations, we may be limited to lodges or branded chain hotels. In Cuba, we stay in upscale family-owned casas (bread & breakfasts). On all of our tours, breakfast is almost always included, but not guaranteed. Meal categories listed include (B) for breakfast, (L) for lunch, and (D) for dinner). 

ITINERARY

VANISHING CUBA 11 DAYS

Day 1 | Old Havana - Art Deco Walk - Cigar Factory

We begin our “Vanishing Cuba Photo Adventure” with a walk through Old Havana’s historic district. We’ll have the opportunity to meet with many of the locals and capture some great street photography.

In the afternoon we will do an “Art Deco” walk through Central Havana where there are many architectural gems, as well as classic American cars, and more street photography opportunities. You’ll notice that Central Havana is very different than Old Havana.

We’ll wrap up our day with a visit to a Havana Cigar Factory, the birthplace of premium cigars, where you’ll be hit with the smell of unlit cigar tobacco, earthy, and pungent and remarkably intoxicating. We’ll see scores of workers, each making cigars entirely by hand. It’s an un-rushed, antique, and artisanal process, one that has not changed for hundreds of years.

In the evening we celebrate with our “Welcome Dinner” at the award-winning Paladar San Cristobal, located in the heart of Central Havana. A taste of colonial Cuba, San Cristobal offers wonderful entries served on 19th-century china, surrounded by stacks of books, old antiques, and nostalgic black and white photographs. You can ask owner Carlos Cristóbal Márquez Valdés all about it. A favorite among many including the Obamas when they visited Cuba. (D)

Day 2 | Regla, Michel Mirabal Studio, Playa Jibacoa, Fábrica

After breakfast, we take an early morning ferry across Havana Bay to the community of Regla, a working-class, Afro-Cuban community with a thriving local culture. Regla is especially known for its strong ties to Santería and other Afro-Cuban religions. You will experience a more relaxed and hidden slice of Havana. Regla is a photographic masterpiece.

Next, we’ll visit the gallery of Michel Mirabal, one of Cuba’s more recognized contemporary international painters. He is most famous for incorporating the Cuban flag in his paintings. When Mirabal decided to set up his studio, he picked a plot of land on the outskirts of Havana in the town of Guanabo and named his studio Finca Calunga. You’ll no doubt be immensely impressed with his work and the home he has created.

In the afternoon we’ll drive to Playa Jibacoa, located on the coast about an hour east of Havana in the heart of the beautiful Cuban countryside. Jibacoa’s beautiful beaches and pristine nature will make for some lovely photographic opportunities. We’ll return to Havana in the late afternoon.

In the evening we’ll enjoy a wonderful dinner at one of our favorite paladars. Following dinner, we go to La Fabrica de Arte Cubana for live music, art, and photography. La Fabrica de Arte Cubana was founded by Afro-Cuban rock star X Alfonso, who has turned this into a meeting place for young and eclectic Cubans, and foreigners. Enjoy! (B)

Day 3 | Boxers - Vedado Mansion - Classic Cars - Tropicana Nightclub

We begin our day at a famous Havana boxing gym where we’ll enjoy a private photo session with Cuban boxers. Our private session will allow us to capture both environmental portraits as well as live-action sparring bouts. After we’ll drive to Vedado, a nearby community where we will visit a “lost in time” centuries-old Cuban Mansion for a photography session with models. Built at the turn of the century, this home is truly a masterpiece, and has remained untouched since the revolution in 1959.

After lunch, we will visit our friend’s American Classic Car restoration garage. Owners Nidialys Acosta and Julio Alvarez have put together a fleet of 20 plus pristine “Clasicos” (as Cuban’s refer to them), to provide professional car service to their clientele. Learn first hand how they restore these classic American beauties from the 1950s. This setting makes for some amazing photography.

Afterward, we’ll spend the afternoon in these beautifully restored cars, driving along the Malecón (Havana’s seawall), visiting the mansions in the Miramar neighborhood, and experiencing the bustle of Neptuno and San Lazaro streets in the city center.

In the evening we’ll have dinner at the world-famous Tropicana Night Club, located in a lush, six-acre estate tropical garden in Havana. An institution since opening in 1939, the Tropicana is among the few bastions of Havana’s Las Vegas-style nightlife to survive the 1959 Revolution. Immortalized in Graham Greene’s 1958 Our Man in Havana, the open-air cabaret show here has changed little since its 1950s heyday, with scantily clad señoritas descending from palm trees to dance Latin salsa amid bright lights. (B)

Day 4 | Ballerina’s - Classic Architecture - Old Havana - Prado - Malecon

We begin our day with a ballerina photo session in the halls of El Capitolio (the National Capitol Building) in Havana. The building was commissioned by Cuban president Gerardo Machado and built from 1926 to 1929 under the direction of Eugenio Rayneri Piedra. This beautifully restored building is the perfect setting for our ballerinas. After we will move to the Gran Teatro de La Habana, home to the Cuban National Ballet. It was designed by the Belgian architect Paul Belau and built by Purdy and Henderson, Engineers in 1914 at the site of the former Teatro Tacón.

After lunch, we’ll explore Old Havana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wander through the Plaza de Armas, a scenic tree-lined plaza formerly at the center of influence in Cuba. It is surrounded by many of the most historic structures in Havana as well as important monuments. Photograph the Plaza de San Francisco, a cobbled plaza surrounded by buildings dating from the 18th century, dominated by the baroque Iglesia and Convento de San Francisco dating from 1719. Visit the Plaza Vieja, surrounded by sumptuous houses of the Havana aristocracy from the 18th and 19th centuries. Visit Plaza de la Catedral de San Cristóbal de La Habana.

In the late afternoon, we will walk Prado Boulevard to the Malecón (seawall). On the weekends the Malecón comes alive with thousands of Cubans chilling and enjoying the evening. We’ll walk the seawall, capture portraits, and street images. Then set up for a sunset shoot, depending on the weather conditions.

We’ll end our last day in Havana with a dinner at La Guarida Paladar, famous not only for its delectable dining but also as the location for the film “Strawberry and Chocolate”. It is housed on the third floor of a large, old townhouse carrying the charming ambiance of the early 1900s. (B)

Day 5 | Cruces - Cienfuegos

On day five we checkout and depart Havana and begin our journey to Cienfuegos, referred to as the “Pearl of the South”. Cienfuegos is one of Cuba’s only cities to display French and Spanish architecture. Housed on one of the country’s largest bays, the city offers beautiful oceanfront landscapes and is deeply rich in Colonial French and Spanish culture. We’ll explore the surrounding countryside, visit the nearby city of Cruces, a railroad junction, and commercial center for the surrounding agricultural and pastoral lands. The area is known primarily for sugarcane, although large quantities of tobacco are also produced there. The city’s principal industry is sugar refining.

In the late afternoon we’ll take a walk along the harbor and throughout downtown Cienfuegos with a local photographer friend. He shows us his unique technique for creating prints. He blends prints made in the darkroom with acids and other chemicals he can find throughout the home. In the evening we will enjoy dinner at one of our favorite restaurants. (B, L)

Day 6 | Trinidad - Coastal Landscapes - Rural Trinidad

After breakfast, we depart for Trinidad where we’ll check-in to a lovely upscale bed & breakfast located in the heart of the old city of Trinidad. B&B’s in Cuba are known as “Casas particulars” or “private homes.” Since the 1990s Cuban families have been permitted to rent rooms out of their family homes to foreigners. Featuring comfortable accommodations and ample privacy, it’s a great way to interact with everyday Cubans.

The wonderful village of Trinidad is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its cobblestoned streets, pastel-colored homes, and small-town feel. Built on the back of the 19th-century sugar and slave trade, Trinidad flourished. At its zenith, in 1827, one of the 56 sugar mills in the region harvested the biggest cane haul in the world — just under a million kilos of white pressed crystals. This enormous, conspicuous wealth shaped the town, and no expense was spared in fashioning the finest Spanish colonial mansions, plazas, and churches, which still stand testament to the vainglory of this profiteering era.

In the late afternoon, we will explore the rural areas surrounding the city. Many of the areas are off the tourist grid and make for some wonderful photographic opportunities. In the evening we’ll enjoy dinner at one of the many local paladars. (B, L)

Day 7 | Trinidad - Valley of the Sugar Mills

We are up early for a sunrise photo walk through Trinidad. Here we will witness the city come to life (well before the tourists arrive). Not only is the light at its best, but the photographic opportunities are seemingly endless. Afterward breakfast at our casa.

In the afternoon we drive to the Valley de los Ingenios (Valley of the Sugar Mills) a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you can get a sense of the sugar mill lifestyle of the 19th century. Located just outside of Trinidad are three interconnected rural valleys – San Luis, Santa Rosa, and Meyer – that make up the Valley de los Ingenios. More than fifty sugar mills were in operation here at the industry’s peak in the 19th century, and in 1827 more than 11,000 slaves were working in the mills. A long, gradual decline in Cuba’s sugar industry accelerated significantly in the 1990s. The former plantations, mill buildings, and other facilities and archaeological sites in the Valley de los Ingenios represent the richest and best-preserved testimony of the Caribbean sugar agro-industrial process of the 18th and 19th centuries, and of the slavery phenomenon associated with it.

In the late afternoon, we’ll set out for a twilight photo walk throughout downtown Trinidad. After we’ll enjoy dinner at one of the many local paladars. (B)

Day 8 | Pinar del Rio - Tobacco Farm - Viñales

We are up early, enjoy breakfast, and checkout and for our drive to Pinar del Rio and the village of Viñales. Pinar del Rio is the western-most province of Cuba, famous for its rich soil, tobacco production and spectacular scenery. Here we will visit the charming little village of Viñales nestled in the Sierra de los Organos mountains. Viñales Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and settlement dating back to the Spanish colonial era. 

Before arriving in Viñales we visit the family farm of tobacco grower Montesino, the number two Cuban producer of tobacco used in world famous Cohiba cigars. Montesino will show us the Cuban technique used to grow tobacco. 

After check-in we’ll explore downtown Viñales, where we will take a photo walk to meet with small business owners, farmers, cowboys, and average Cuban citizens. Dinner will be at our favorite organic family farm. (B, D)

Day 9 | Viñales Valley

We are up early for a hike into Viñales Valley before the sun rises. Here we will capture the sunrise and spend the morning walking the lush and beautiful valley. People don’t come to Viñales for the music or the mojitos, they come to dip indulgently into the natural world, hiking, horse-riding, or photographing some of the most wonderful landscapes in Cuba.

In the valley, you’ll experience craggy limestone monoliths and cigar-chewing guajiro’s driving their oxen and plowing through the rust-colored tobacco fields. Despite its longstanding love affair with tourism, this slow, relaxed, wonderfully traditional settlement is a place that refuses to put on a show. What you see here is what you get – an agricultural town where front doors are left wide open, and everyone knows everyone else.

In the afternoon we’ll have options available including a horseback ride, village walks, or just relax back at our casa. In the evening we will have dinner at a nearby family farm. (B)

Day 10 | Viñales - Puerta de Golpe - Soroa - Havana

After breakfast, we begin our journey back to Havana. On the way, we will visit the small rural village of Puerta de Golpe and Mario Pelegrin, a community activist who has created a charming neighborhood project dedicated to the local children. In this tranquil setting, a collection of rustic cabins provide a home for amateur art programs. This wonderful program gives local kids the opportunity to have fun while learning new skills in the areas of music, dance, theatre, and art.

About an hour outside of Havana we will stop for lunch at a friend’s casa in the lovely village of Soroa. We’ll enjoy a feast complete with a musical performance by local cowboys. Known appropriately as the ‘rainbow of Cuba,’ Soroa, a gorgeous tiny settlement known for its natural beauty and waterfall. The area gets its name from Jean-Pierre Soroa, a Frenchman who owned a 19th-century coffee plantation in these hills. One of his descendants, Ignacio Soroa, created the park as a personal retreat in the 1920s.

By the afternoon we are back in Havana where we will spend our last night together. In the evening we will enjoy our “Farewell Dinner” at one of our favorite Havana restaurants. (B, L, D)

Day 11 | Havana

On Sunday morning we meet for breakfast and our final discussion and photo review. After checkout, we will bid you farewell. The Cuban government and the airlines request that you check-in at least 2.5 hours before your flight. (B)

Photo Workshop Adventures provides 100% legal and compliant travel for U.S. Citizens under the U.S. Treasury Department’s OFAC “Support for the Cuban People” category. 

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner, (E) Excursion

May all who come as guests... leave as friends®

OPTIONS AND BENEFITS

Pricing

 

All prices are per person and based on double occupancy. Please select single occupancy for a private room. For your convenience, we offer optional early arrival and late departure accommodations so you can extend your stay before or after the trip. We typically stay in boutique hotels in the 4-star category. Not all destinations offer these types of properties. We look for unique hotels which offer cultural, historic and/or authentic features. Depending on the size of the group, smaller boutique hotels may have limited room inventory. In some countries or in remote locations, we may be limited to lodges or branded chain hotels. Breakfast is included only if included in our room rates.

Private Guided Adventures

 

We offer amazing private guided photo adventures, cultural tours and vacations for individuals, couples, families and groups. We can customize any of our published adventures, as well as others, to meet your individual needs, schedule, budget and interests. This may include the finest 5-star accommodations, business-class travel, and private guides and fixers who are able to make the impossible possible. If you are not interested in a photo-centric vacation, but you love our approach to private travel, we will be happy to design and deliver an amazing adventure focused on travel, culture and cuisine. Click here to request a quote. Feel free to call us at 1-888-834-0288 or contact us for more information.

 

Travel Insurance

We offer travel insurance through the internationally recognized Travelex Travel Insurance Company, as well as evacuation and medical transportation insurance through MedJet, one of the best in the industry.

The cost for travel insurance can be as low as 4% of the total trip cost, depending upon age and other factors. Knowing you have trip cancellation coverage can make a big difference should you have to cancel for some unforeseen reason. Travelex Insurance Services is a BBB Accredited business with an A+ rating. Click here to learn more about why you should consider travel insurance.

Rewards Program

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Simply register for one of our amazing photo adventures and begin earning points today!

How The Program Works
For every adventure reservation you make with Photo Workshop Adventures, you earn valuable points which you can redeem on your next trip. This is a great way to save up to 8% off future trips. Our Rewards Program is designed with three tiers: Orange, Gold and VIP Members. Points may be applied towards balance payments on your next trip, or you may choose to accumulate points for a free trip in the future.

ORANGE REWARDS
All guests begin with our Orange Rewards Program (Level 1), which earns 4 points for every dollar you spend. You begin earning points immediately after your first trip. A $5,900 spend earns 23,600 points with a value of $236 USD.

GOLD REWARDS
With our Gold Rewards Program (Level 2), you earn 6 points for every dollar you spend. Orange Members who reach 120,000 accumulated lifetime* points (approx. 4-6 trips), automatically move up to Gold Rewards. A $5,900 spend earns 35,400 points with a value of $354 USD.

Additional Gold Benefits:

  • Earn up to double points during promotional events
  • Advance notifications for upcoming adventures and special offers

VIP REWARDS
With our VIP Rewards Program (Level 3), you earn 8 points for every dollar you spend. Gold Members who reach 350,000 accumulated lifetime* points (approx. 8-12 trips) move up to VIP Rewards. A $5,900 spend earns 47,200 points with a value of $472 USD, (8+/-% discount).

Additional VIP Benefits:

  • Earn up to double points during promotional events
  • Advance notifications for upcoming adventures and special offers
  • Ability to Gift or Transfer points to others
  • Receive complimentary airport transfers at the destination location*


Redeeming Your Points

Redeeming your points couldn’t be easier. You can always log in to your account to check your points balance. When you are ready to book your next trip, register and pay your deposit. When you go to pay your balance you will be given the option to apply your points and receive a discount.

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Give someone you know a Gift Card, good toward any of our Photo  Adventures, Photo Tours, Private Guided Tours, Online Courses, Prints or Merchandize. Our beautifully personalized eGift Cards and Certificates are delivered to you electronically. They are fully transferable and have a 2 year expiration date. They are available in any amount from $100 to $5000. It makes a great gift for anyone who loves photography, travel or adventure. Order now, or email for more information.

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You can SAVE up to $1200 by combining two or more back-to-back 6-Day or longer Photo Adventures. Call us at 1-888-834-0288 or contact us for more information.

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We offer private online Lightroom and Photoshop photo editing tutorials for individuals who would like to improve their post-processing skills. Each is customized to meet your individual needs, schedule, budget and interests. We provide you with one-on-one discussions using online connectivity. Many of our Photo Adventure guests select our online post-processing as an extension to their trip. Click here for more information.

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