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Photography and Writing tour of Bali: natural and cultural landscapes

June 12, 2018 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

For photographers who want to improve their photography and writing; and writers who want to improve their writing and photography

Enigmatic Bali is an international travel destination that has long mesmerised curious visitors from abroad, including writers and photographers from around the globe over the last century. 

Now there is the opportunity to take part in a unique, exclusive, fully escorted, supported and guided tour for photographers and writers, visiting the best landscapes and seascapes in Bali, with knowledgable local guides and a professional photographer and professional writer taking you to the most photogenic and storied places in Bali, newly scouted locations and vantage points, iconic places and off-the beaten-track destinations including long sandy beaches, deep hidden waterfalls, ancient seaside and lakeside temples, stunning sunrises over volcanoes, World Heritage-listed rice terraces, and local markets, with expert tuition and guidance. 

Dates: 19-24 October 2018 (Friday to Wednesday)

Days/nights: 5 nights/6 days

Arriving/Departing: Denpasar’s Ngurah Rai International Airport airport (DPS), Bali

Max number of participants: 12

Start time/finish time: 2pm Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport Friday 19 October/7pm Bali’s Ngurah Rai airport (or Ubud) Wednesday 24 October

The tour is scheduled to allow participants to take part in the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival 24-28 October which starts at the conclusion of the tour, an event which attracts over 150 writers, artists, and thinkers from around the world (extra).

Highlights: sunrise in Sanur, sunset at Tanah Lot, iconic Ulun Danu Bratan at first light, jungle waterfalls, rice terraces and volcanoes, ancient temples with traditional ceremonies and colourful performances, local markets, rural Balinese life and some quirky secret locations.


Photography Guide: David Van Driessche – a professional photographer, specialising in travel, landscape and portrait photography, based in Bangkok, running photography tours to remote places in Asia

Writing mentor: Keith Lyons – an award-winning New Zealand writer, author and creative writing teacher, based each winter in Bali.

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