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BLUE WHALES & BUDDHAS

Sri Lanka

A place of enchanting landscapes and deep spiritual history, Sri Lanka has endless discovery to offer. The nation’s past comes alive in the rich foods, the colonial architecture and the ancient ruins that decorate the country’s terrain. You’ll have the chance to harness this beauty on film while advancing your hands-on camera technique alongside our amazing team of experts.

 

Beyond the charm of the land and its people, more excitement awaits in Sri Lanka’s surrounding seas. Nestled in the Indian Ocean, this island nation lies directly in the path of the annual pygmy blue whale migration. We’re taking this tremendous opportunity to offer participants a unique workshop with two options: a half-trip or a full-trip adventure.

1st LEG - OVERLANDER:

Colombo - Kandy

Feb  17-22, 2019  (6D/5N) 

Ideal for: Beginners- Advanced

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Join us as we explore the eclectic capital of Colombo, before hopping on a beautifully scenic train ride to the sacred city of Kandy, which lies in Sri Lanka’s Cultural Triangle. Here, we’ll traverse the city’s historic ruins and film amongst remarkable Buddhist temples. Like most of our workshops, this is a choose-your-own adventure, where you’ll have the opportunity to focus on any number of documentary topics, from spirituality, to cultural heritage, to environment & wildlife.

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Sri Lanka OVERLAND WORKSHOP

$3,530.00Price

2nd LEG - OCEAN WORKSHOP:

Blue Whales in Trincomalee

Feb  22-27, 2019  (6D/5N)

Ideal for: Intermediate - Advanced

Following our trek in the field, we’ll travel to Weligama Bay on the southern coast, which will act as our basecamp for the remaining four days. Leaving the shores behind, you’ll have the chance to test your underwater camera skills, as we dive into the ocean and await the serene experience of capturing rare pygmy blue whales on video. As we will be snorkelling, scuba licences are not needed, but you should be prepared to spend long days on a boat searching for whales.  

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