Photography Tour to Pushkar Camel Fair

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By-Light Chasers Photography

About The Listing

Type of Trip : Photo Tours

Level : Medium

Location : Rajasthan

Duration : 4 Days 3 Nights

Trip Start : Pushkar

Trip End : Pushkar

Description

This photography tour to Pushkar Camel Fair offers an unparalleled and unforgettable experience to capture the vibrancy of the entire state of Rajasthan in one place. Pushkar is not a place, it’s an experience in itself and no words can ever justify the experience one has in Pushkar Fair.

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Activities

Daytime

Photography

Evening

Review of days work

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Itinerary

  • Day 01: Arrival at Pushkar.

    Arrive at Pushkar. Check in the hotel, relax and have breakfast. This day is dedicated for exploring the mela in general and understand individual interests and challenges.

    Day 02 & 03: Pushkar Camel Fair.

    These days are reserved for exploring Pushkar Fair. You’ll return to hotel after dinner followed by Gup-Shup Session & overnight stay

    Day 04: Depart from Pushkar.

    It’s a last day of your photography expedition. After breakfast, winding up session where certificates will be distributed. Check out at 11 AM and the tour comes to an end.

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Pricing    

* Extra discount for a group size of 4 or more! Ask Here
Package Options Cost/Person EMI Option
Entry Closes On 01 Nov, 2015
Single entry ₹ 20,104 EMI starts* ₹ 1,786
Add-Ons
  • Single room supplement : ₹ 3,608

Inclusions

Includes
  • Twin-sharing accommodation in comfortable A. C. rooms.
  • All meals during tour days (Veg meals only).
  • Mentor fee.
Doesn’t Includes
  • All stay.
  • All travel and transfer expenses.
  • Any kind of personal expenses or optional tours, extra meals and beverages ordered.
  • Insurance, laundry and phone calls.
  • Alcoholic / Soft drinks.
  • Camel cart fee.
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Terms & Conditions

  • Cancellation 45 to 30 days prior to departure 50% return.
  • Cancellation 30 to 2 days prior to departure 10% return.
  • Cancellation 48 hours prior to departure no return.
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Tips, Hints, Precautions

  • 1. How this tour is different from other photo tours?

  • Pre Tour Analysis:

  • Each registered participant will be requested to submit their landscape / portrait related images. The panel which includes Jassi, Amarjeet Maggu and Pankaj will analyze each image to see how to guide each individual during the tour to help them enhance their skills.  They will also provide individual feedback to the each submitted image and suggest improvement points.

  • During the Tour:

  • Based on the analytical data available with them post "Pre Tour Analysis" they will provide individualized attention to all and ensure they work on their weaknesses and enhance their skills. Evening Gup Shup sessions will be learning oriented and practical tips will be provided based on the mistakes committed by participants during the day. They will also have atleast one evening session dedicated to post processing workflow to help you become a complete photographer.

  • After the tour:

  • Each participant will be required to submit 3 of their best images from the tour. Each image will be analyzed and constructive feedback will be provided. Best of the lot will make it to the website and blog; and will be aggressively promoted on FB.

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  • 2. What cloths should I carry?

  • The peak summer months from mid June to August have a pleasant temperature and therefore single T-shirts or shirts can do. In winters (from November to February), one needs heavy woolen clothes and warm jackets. However, in most parts of the Leh- Ladakh region, there is a drastic fluctuation in the daily temperature. Therefore, tourists should carry woolen clothes and sweaters while packing their bags for the trip.

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  • 3. Is there lack of oxygen in Ladakh?

  • Anyone traveling above 10,000 Ft will find little difficult to breath normally or do any kind of physical exertion immediately. It is mainly because of low level of atmospheric oxygen. But low atmospheric oxygen is absolutely not a cause to avoid Ladakh. Within first two days of complete rest you will acclimatize yourself to this low oxygen level and do things normally.

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  • 4. What is the suggested equipment for this tour?

  • Wide angle lenses like 10-22 or 16-35 are required to capture the beautiful landscapes and cover the majestic grandeur of Ladakh. It’s always adviced to carry a monopod / tripod to shoot spectacular low light scenes. The place can be very dusty which can harm your camera, so we strongly suggest a dust bag to keep your gear protected when not in use. Telephoto lenses like 70-200 or 100-400 are recommended for candid shots of beautiful local people and wildlife there.

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  • 5. I am a rank beginner in photography / I only have a simple point and shoot camera. Can I be a part of this tour?

  • Oh yes very much! We always encourage every nature and travel enthusiast whether an experienced photographer or not to attend such organized photo tours. Feel free to be a part of this tour and get to take valuable tips home from skilled team of experts and other participants as well.

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