• Costa Rica Photography Tours

COSTA RICA

9 DAYS – SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA


Tour Details

Join Aaron and one of Costa Rica’s top naturalist guides for this epic wildlife adventure. On this journey, designed for photographers of all skill levels, you will focus on producing unique bird and wildlife imagery while sharpening your photographic mindset and skill.

Hosting over 800 species of birds, countless species of mammals, frogs, and reptiles, you are sure to be amazed at the opportunities around each corner.

You will have incredible opportunities to capture images of tropical birds and wildlife including hummingbirds, toucans, scarlet macaws, and the famed resplendent quetzal. We will also spend time with mammals and smaller critters including the red eyed and poison dart frogs, monkeys, and sloths. In addition, we will stop along the way to photograph at beautiful landscapes and waterfalls throughout the country.  Aaron will provide multi flash setups so each participant can photograph hummingbirds and sometimes bats in flight.

We have chosen the ideal locations and accommodations to show you the incredible biological diversity of one of the top bird and wildlife photography destinations on the planet.

Come join us on this exciting and unique Costa Rica photography tour. Sign up today and let your excitement begin.

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Testimonials

Aaron Photo tours

“Out of the numerous photography experiences I have been privileged to experience over the last 10 years, none measure up to the quality and breadth of experience in Aaron’s Costa Rica tour. I came back with more quality and diversity in my images in one week than I have seen in the past couple years of my travels. I owe it all to instruction of Aaron. He was always approachable, available, and full of experiential insights.” 4 time Aaron’s Photo Tours Participant 

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“This was my fourth photo tour with Aaron and I couldn’t have been more happy with the experience.  As a woman traveling alone Aaron has always made it a priority for me to feel safe at all times.  He not only provides great photography instruction but also makes sure the accommodations and locations are first rate.  Costa Rica provided many photographic challenges due to the rain forest conditions and low light. Aaron was able to help me achieve some of my best images in difficult shooting scenarios.  I’m looking forward to my next trip with Aaron to Kenya in October!” 8 time Aaron’s Photo Tours Participant 

Costa Rica Photography Tours

“Aaron has a great interest and knowledge of photography and photography equipment. This combined with his knowledge of various sites in North and Central America – plus Africa – should place him on your short list of workshop leaders when deciding on future photography adventures.”

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Itinerary Includes

Lodging, all meals, transportation during the tour, reserve and park fees, English/Spanish local Costa Rican natural history tour guide, professional driver, in field photographic tips & instruction, multi-flash equipment.

Highlights:

  • One of the top bird photography destinations on the planet hosting up to 900 species of tropical birds
  • Photograph sloths, toucans, scarlet macaw parrots, monkeys, hummingbirds, frogs, and so much more
  • Shoot alongside an Award-winning professional wildlife photographer who will inspire, elevate, and accelerate your photographic results

Tour Info:

Dates:
Dec. 4-12, 2022 (Sold Out)
April 7-15, 2023 (3 Spots Remain)
Dec 5-13, 2023 (1 Spot Remains)

Group Size: 8 Participants

2023 Cost: $6795 ($595 Single Supplement)

Payment Terms: 25% Non-Refundable Deposit, Rest Due at 120 Days Before Departure

You can join the wait list for any sold out trip here.

 Itinerary:

Leader

Leader

Aaron Baggenstos

In the last 10 years Aaron has led over 200 wildlife photography tours around the world. He has earned a reputation for his gracious teaching style to photographers of all skill levels and extensive knowledge of Nikon, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, and Sony digital cameras.