Galapagos - Wildlife Photography Safari with David Plummer
New Photography tour with David Plummer
Explore one of the top wildlife spots in the World
Hone your photography skills with the help of Wildlife Photographer David Plummer
Go behind the scenes at the Darwin Research Centre visiting parts normally closed to the public
Get close to boobies, tortoises, iguanas, penguins, rays, sharks, frigatebirds and various other animals
Group Tour Dates
20 - 29 October 2013.
Group Tour Costs
From £3,495 per person based on twin share
In 2013 Steppes Discovery and Professional Wildlife Photographer David Plummer, will be heading to the Galapagos on an exclusive Charter around these enchanted islands.
There are few places on earth that can rival the Galapagos when it comes to photographing great wildlife. Their complete lack of timidity means that dancing boobies and chest-puffing frigate birds nest right by the side of the trails, whilst iguanas scuttle past to dive into the water after sunning themselves on the warm volcanic rocks. In the highlands giant tortoises dot the landscape and underwater sea-lion cubs playfully swim around snorkelers as turtles, rays and sharks mingle with colourful fish.
As you sail from one island to another exploring the wildlife wonders of the Galapagos, David will help you hone your skills behind the lens ensuring you capture the best possible pictures of some of the animals which lead Charles Darwin to write On the Origin of the Species.
For further information please contact our Galapagos specialist Emma Byrne on 01285 885 333.
Tailor made option available – contact us for more details