ColorTexturePhotoTours recently completed our 2019 Costa Rica photography tour schedule and we have exciting changes to share with you for the upcoming year... Change #1:
We have added a new 6-day / 5-night photo tour that will be offered ten times
in 2019. The name of this photo tour is Waterfalls Of Costa Rica. Change #2:
Our 9-day / 8-night and 12-day / 11-night photo tours will be offered one time each
in 2019. The names of these photo tours are Costa Rica Amazing Waterfalls and Best Waterfalls In Costa Rica, respectively.
The benefits of these changes are three-fold: • Flexibility.
The new Waterfalls Of Costa Rica Photo Tour provides you with another choice and more opportunities to explore Costa Rica with us in 2019. This tour is perfect for those of you with limited time or those that want to do a short photo tour and then continue exploring Costa Rica on your own. • Availability.
With last year's schedule, we were only able to accommodate 80 clients over the course of the season. With the addition of the new Waterfalls Of Costa Rica Photo Tour, we can now accommodate 120 clients and still keep each photo tour small (6-10 clients per photo tour), which allows us to provide you with the best possible care and experience. • Lower Prices.
Because we can now accommodate more clients, prices have been greatly reduced for the Costa Rica Amazing Waterfalls Photo Tour (9-Days / 8-Nights) and Best Waterfalls In Costa Rica Photo Tour (12-Days / 11-Nights). Additionally, the new Waterfalls of Costa Rica Photo Tour (6-Days / 5-Nights) offers excellent value while still providing spectacular photo opportunities and wonderful amenities.
Check out all three photography tour options for 2019 at the link below. Review each itinerary, decide which option works best for you, and make sure you capitalize on the big-time savings by registering early!
Important Reminder: Every photo tour includes incredible, jaw-dropping waterfalls, but it's important to emphasize that you will also have opportunities to photograph gorgeous tropical landscapes and hundreds of species of flowers, birds, butterflies, frogs, monkeys, sloths, and other Costa Rican wildlife.