Tatra Photography Announce Package in Spain – World’s Great Predators

Tatra Photography Announce Package in Spain – World’s Great Predators
10th June 2015 James Brooke

Tatra Photography Announce Package in Spain – World’s Great Predators

In Travel pr, Client News

New weekend workshop by Tatra Photography gives photographers the chance to shoot endangered and enigmatic species in Cabarceno National Park.

Tatra Photography has unveiled a new weekend workshop running from 5 – 8 November 2015. The tour will give photographers the opportunity to shoot a range of species in Europe’s largest wildlife park – Cabarceno, in northern Spain.

Perfect for a weekend escape, this inclusive package includes flights, transfers and half- board accommodation.

The park is home to over 100 species of animals from five continents and also contains lush spacious landscapes and large aviaries – wildlife enthusiasts will relish capturing photos of such enigmatic animals in a truly natural setting. Photographers will be able to brush up on their skills capturing range of African species including lions, cheetahs, rhinos, hyenas and zebras, as well as European species including brown bears, wolves and lynx.

The tutors for this tour are Simon Stafford and Andrew Parkinson who are among the UK’s leading wildlife photographers. Both tutors will help photographers return home with images they can be proud of, assisting with different techniques for shooting wildlife.

Simon has contributed to publications including Nikon Pro, Digital SLR Photography while also serving as technical editor to Nikon Owner Magazine. Andrew is a feature contributor to National Geographic magazine and a multi-award winning wildlife photographer as well as being a prolific contributor to BBC Wildlife magazine.

Guests will stay at the renovated historic four-star Solares hotel, conveniently located just ten minutes from the wildlife park. The hotel includes a spa offering soothing massages and treatments, or guests can instead opt to use the well-equipped fitness centre. Dining is not forgotten with the hotel featuring excellent local and international cuisine. The Cantabria region is famed for its cheese and apples so sampling these are a must.

“We are excited to offer such an immersive package into the world of wildlife photography – with guests being able to shoot exciting images of the most enigmatic predators in the world,” said Matt Jevons, founder of Tatra Photography.

“With such experts on hand to help – photographers will be able to gain a real insight into one of the most popular and challenging photography genres”, continued Jevons.

The Tatra Photography World’s Great Predators tour runs from 5 – 8 November 2015 available from £699 per person and includes:

  • Return flights from London Heathrow to Bilbao (contact Tatra Photography for pricing without flights or for an alternate departure airport)
  • Return airport transfers
  • 3 nights’ accommodation based on single or double rooms on half-board basis
  • 4 days’ photography course
  • All transport to photography locations

For more information or to book, go to tatraphotographyworkshop.co 

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Tatra Photography
Tatra Photography offer photography landscape courses and wildlife photography workshops in some of the most scenic areas of Europe and beyond. Established in 2010, Tatra Photography offers the opportunity to watch wild bears in the Tatra Mountains, big cats in Kenya and elephants in Botswana, or capture stunning landscapes from the highlands of Iceland to the stunning Yosemite National Park. All workshops include a masterclass from Tatra Photography’s team of professional photographers.