Laos Photography Tour: 10 Days, 1 - 10th October (or 6 Days 5 -10th)


Drift

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Visit Laos for this 10 day / 9 night photography workshop with Drift Photography Tours.. Vientiane, Vang Vieng, Luang Prabang and Nong Kiew... or take the 6 day short break tour to Luang Prabang and Nong Kiew.

Great photography should not be rushed so at Drift we slow down and immerse ourselves into the places we visit. That doesn't mean a lazy trip however.. on a Drift trip you'll eat, sleep and breath photography with your fellow travelers..

On each trip you'll be accompanied by a professional whose sole aim is to assist you to become a better photographer. We also use world class, small group, specialists such as Intrepid Travel and Trek Climb Ski to handle all the logistics so all we have to worry about is taking great images.

There is a max of 8 participants so if this sounds like you then either
1.visit us at http://www.driftphototours.com/
2.PM, or
3.post a reply .. other CS's may also be interested in your question, or
4.email me at mark@driftphototours.com

Cheers
Mark

Trips to Vietnam, Nepal and Mt Everest Base camp also available
 

Drift

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As a travel destination, Laos doesn't seem to get as much attention as say Vietnam which I find interesting.. more than twice as many CS's looked at my Vietnam trip as Laos.. be interested in peoples thoughts on why that might be...

Laos is great place for people photography... locals are very accommodating .. and stunning landscapes..

Anyway earlier I posted some images from my last trip... HERE

Hope you like....

Mark
 

raigan

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Can you please give some description to the type of accommodation that you typically stay in and also the meals.

Thanks!
 

Drift

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yeah.. almost as important as the photography ..

apart from on the Mt Everest Trip where we start at the Radison in Katmandu to start and end the trip.. all hotels are 3 and 4 star..good, safe, clean... and the food in Laos is great..

The fact is we spend most of our time out and about... no time for lounging around the pool... Certain meals are included.. just check the itinerary...

Thanks
Mark
 

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