Two-Week Galápagos Photography Workshop
East and West
TWO WORKSHOPS IN ONEWEST – Galápagos Workshop
EAST – Galápagos Workshop
Locations: Galápagos Islands, Ecuador and Quito, Ecuador
Limit: 14 guests with 2 photo guides
Duration: 16 days/15 nights. 15 day/14 night Galápagos cruise
Skill Level: Beginner to Pro
Trip Leader: Matt Shetzer
Trip Origination: Quito, Ecuador
Trip Discount: Save $500.00 when you sign up for both the East and West Itinerary. Do both together at a savings on our Two-Week Galápagos Photo Workshop.Register for the Workshop Ask Questions about the East and West Workshops
Finishing a trip in the Galápagos Islands can be heartbreaking. We know the feeling of not wanting to leave these fantastic landscapes behind. That’s why we’re now offering you the chance to go on both or our week-long Galápagos tours back to back.
Here’s how it works: we take tours to one side of the archipelago one week, and the other side the next week, on a 9-day/8-night cruise each time. Instead of getting off the yacht at the end of the first cruise, you stay with us, and join the new group to explore the other side of the Galápagos Islands — and take a whole new series of stunning photographs.
You’ll even get a discount on your registration fee for signing onto both tours at the same time. Over the course of two weeks, you’ll circumnavigate the Galápagos Islands with us, discovering and photographing its unforgettable flora, fauna, and landscapes – and you’ll be saving money while you do.
Sign up for our Two-Week Galápagos Photo Workshop today, and get personal photography instruction from professional photographer Matt Shetzer as you snap pictures of endemic wildlife like Giant Tortoises and Flightless Cormorants.
Marvel at the Galápagos Islands mangrove reefs and spires of volcanic rock. It’s a photographer’s paradise, and we want to make sure you can stay there as long as you want.
Consider joining us for both of our workshops to explore the East and West of the Galápagos Islands at a discounted rate.
- More boobies including Nazca and Red-footed
- Bobbies and Frigates, with nesting and mating displays
- Galápagos Fur Seals
- Galápagos Short-eared Owl
- Waved Albatross
- More birds
- More Greater Flamingos
- More Galápagos Green Turtles
- Flightless Cormorants
- More Galápagos History and Geography
- More Marine Iguanas, especially at Fernandina Island
- More wild Giant Tortoises