February 5th - 18th, 2009
2009 Galapagos Photography Tour by Private Luxury Yacht Travel Plans
Travel/emergency evacuation insurance is not required for this photo tour, but we always recommend purchasing it for any trip. We recommend one or more of the following, depending on your needs:
(use code natexp)
Allianz Global Assistance
(use travel agency ID F203564)
Terms & Conditions
Natural Exposures cannot control nor is responsible for abnormal weather, natural disasters, or any other disaster that might affect the trip. Travel insurance should be purchased to cover any missed flights or medical problems that may affect/delay your travel. National Parks have the right to change our itinerary.
By booking a trip with Natural Exposures, you agree to the following CANCELLATION AND LIABILITY POLICY
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Testimonials from Natural Exposures' Explorers
"The most diverse trip I have ever taken. From deserts to rivers, we saw it all."
Pam Cote, Kansas
"it was SUCH a great trip! Paul thoroughly loved getting to travel with you two and said he really learned so much. He's super excited about photography in a new way. Thanks I always love getting to see you guys and it is SUCH a joy to be able to travel with and learn from you both! Can't wait to see you again in a few weeks for Machu Picchu!"
Christine Crosby, Oregon
This world is a lot better off because of Dan’s dedication to the planet’s wildlife.
Robert Buchanan, President of Polar Bears International
"My pleasure, you are very, very gracious hosts. TOPS."
Joel Kleiner, New York
“Three trips in one! Spending time in the jungles of Borneo is not something we would normally consider but our past experience with Natural Exposures made us very comfortable joining this tour and we are very happy we did. We visited three distinct areas of Indonesia and photographed the best of each area. The Orang-utans in Borneo, the dragons in Komodo National Park, and the Hindu temples and rice paddies of Java. Every day had new photography opportunities, great food, as well as the ever-friendly residents, hotel staff, tour guides, and fellow explorers who elevated the trip to another level. Not only did I pick up new ideas to improve my photography but the cooking class at Boroburdur was a great way to learn new food ideas. It is those little extras that make Natural Exposure trips special. Thanks to Tanya for putting this unique experience together and thanks to Dan for his always helpful photographic advice.”
Tom Stewart, Ontario