Brazil is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It’s also one of my favourite places in South America for photography. There are just so many different places and things to photograph in this country. Brazil has places like Rio de Janeiro and The Amazon. But, there’s also some beautiful gems like Ilha Grande and The Pantanal.
There are just so many opportunities for travel photography here.
So, it makes sense that at some point in the near future we’ll be running a travel photography workshop in Brazil. At the moment, we’re looking at 2020.
Photography Itinerary for Brazil
Obviously, this travel photography tour in Brazil is still in the planning stages. However, as I’ve already travelled Brazil extremely extensively in the passed, I’ve got some ideas. This is a potential itinerary I’m considering.
Day 1: Arrive in Rio de Janeiro
Day 2: Photographing Rio de Janeiro
Day 3: Fly to Iguazu Falls and photograph the Brazilian side.
Day 4: Travel to The Argentinean side of Iguazu Falls and return to the Brazilian side.
Day 5: Fly Cuiaba – classroom/relax day
Day 6: Pantanal for Wildlife Photography – Day 1
Day 7: Pantanal for Wildlife Photography – Day 2
Day 8: Morning in the Pantanal – back to Cuiaba in the afternoon
Day 9: Travel back to Ilha Grande
Day 10: Ilha Grande
Day 11: Ilha Grande day 2
Day 12: Back to Rio de Janeiro
Day 13: Tour ends in Rio de Janeiro
How to Join?
Since the tour isn’t announced yet, you can’t book. However, if you sign up for the newsletter below you’ll be the first to know when a tour happens.
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How much is this photography tour in Brazil going to cost?
Well, it looks like we’re talking about a price range of about $3600. There are quite a few costs on this trip due to things like the Pantanal and Iguazu Falls. But, as always, I’ll work with the local operators to see how far down we can drive the prices.
When Will It Be Announced?
Honestly, it’s hard to say. It’ll depend if the trip happens in 2020 or 2021.
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