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The Classic Kayak Vacation, Snapshot!
What could possibly improve on a kayak trip in the Loreto Islands? Capturing it in photographs on for posterity, for art, for sharing with friends! Having somebody to explain the weird lifestyles of those funny-looking creatures!
Join photography coach Neil Schulman, and biologist Sam Kaviar of Kayak Nisqually, in exploring the islands by kayak and imagination. Whether you’re a dedicated photographer or a tourist with a camera, enjoy the camaraderie of discussing pictures and the art of seeing. Develop your eye for capturing adventure, wildlife, scenery, and life’s best moments.
Loreto Islands Nature and Photography includes all the things you love about the Loreto Islands Primer–enjoying being on the islands with kayaks and friends. Explore, relax, refine paddling skills, spend time with family or friends, do yoga, sketch, try out different kayaks, learn about the natural history and cultural history of this fascinating place. We love this route because it offers stunning scenery and amazing wildlife experiences.
Loreto Islands Nature and Photography takes place in the Loreto National Marine Park on Carmen and Danzante Islands. These islands are included in UNESCO’s World Heritage listing of the Islands of the Gulf, which calls this listing the richest and most varied of any island-sea property on the World Heritage list. If you only have a week to explore the World Heritage Islands of the Gulf, this is the most impressive.
It’s an amazing place to photograph, to paddle, and to just be!
See Neil’s photos from his 2017 Mag Bay trip at Neil Schulman’s Photography Blog.