Mayakoba Resort collaborates with top photojournalists

An eco resort called Mayakoba on the Caribbean’s shores (Mexico) has collaborated with 3 of the most honored names in the wildlife photojournalism. Nat Geo Magazine contributing snappers Tim Laman, Brian Skerry and Steve Winter – for a brand new series of Wildlife Photo MasterClass.

The intensive 3 night curriculum lets snappers of each levels – starting from novice fancier to the highly advanced – pace into the character of a photojournalist as they take snaps of some of over two hundred bird species as well as native wildlife within the saved sanctuary of Mayakoba’s alien  waterways and mangrove forests.

Students of MasterClass will get 1 on 1 as well as group guidance on every looks of photography – from Laman or Skerry or Winter, who have clicked some of the most distinguished wildlife snaps of the world for mags from Time to Esquire to National Geographic.

Through broad lectures as well as daily hands on excursions along with the snappers, and their personal firm during workshops, meals offer a scope for nature lovers to focalize their proficiency with the elite of the industry.

Invitees will stay at the Banyan Tree Mayakoba, which is a 5 star luxury hotel made across Mayakoba’s 4 properly conserved ecosystems – coral reefs, low forests, mangroves and dunes. Mayakoba, an eco-conscious development, have been acknowledged by Conde Nast Traveler. 6 miles of clear waterways stream across the resort while over 148 acres of protected mangrove jungles along the coast offer a significant habitat for over two hundred species of tropical fauna and flora.


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