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Cruise, Point & Shoot’ with Quasar Expeditions and Award Winning Photographer Harry Skeggs

Agents can now share with their cruise loving clients the value-added opportunity to elevate their wildlife photography skills with award-winning NatGeo photographer Harry Skeggs when cruising the Galapagos with Quasar Expeditions in January 2020.

Departing 18 January 2020, passengers on board M/V Evolution’s 8D/7N itinerary will enjoy a number of optional photography classes and workshops with Harry; pick up valuable professional tips and technical pointers during the daily excursions; and even receive one-on-one image reviews.

Agents can advise clients that this departure is a regular departure and not a photography focused one, with prices starting at US$6,450 / AU$9,545 / NZ$10,006 pp twin share, where US$200 pp from each booking will go towards Galapagos Conservation.

Terms and conditions, and FOREX fluctuations apply.

See www.quasarex.com for more details.

 

About Quasar Expeditions

Quasar Expeditions creates authentic, exclusive, unique, and meaningful land and sea experiences. Voted the #1 Small Ship Ocean Cruise Line by Travel+Leisure two years in a row (2018 & 2019), the company has spent 33 years serving those who delight in travel, not tourism.

About Evolution

Featuring 16 cabins to accommodate up to 32 guests, the M/V Evolution offers travellers an unparalleled experience to discover the Galapagos Islands as privately and intimately and in as much comfort and elegance as possible. With 8D/7N itineraries departing from San Cristobal Island and Baltra Island, the M/V Evolution offers guests the highly desired small group experience, the luxury of space on board the vessel, expert guides on well-paced itineraries, intimate wildlife encounters and 100% plastic-free adventures. In addition to the usual departures, travellers can also opt for special departures geared towards families, food, photography, bird watching, geology, science and other interests.

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