Nepal 2014 Foto Workshop

Discover the unparalleled beauty of the Himalayas. This workshop takes us to the Annapurna mountain range in Nepal where you’ll witness some of the highest mountains in the world and experience the culture of Nepal.

 Great stupa of Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal. Copyright © Louis Au 2013

Great stupa of Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal. Copyright © Louis Au 2013


Join Ariel Estulin and Louis Au on a unique opportunity to experience Nepal through the eyes of professional photographers. Nepal, a land of pristine beauty offers unique opportunities for photographers interested in travel and landscape photography. We explore both a rich local culture and spectacular vistas of the Himalayas. This trek, at low altitude, has been arranged to allow you to enjoy some of the highest Himalayan peaks as you walk through the foothills of the Annapurna Range, as well as experiencing the Nepali culture and world heritage sites of Kathmandu.

From the terraced rice-fields above Pokhara, we walk along easy trails through picturesque Gurung villages and through one of Nepal’s biggest rhododendron forests as we make our way to Poon Hill. The early morning view of Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Machhapuchhre (6,997m) and Annapurna South (7,219m), from Poon Hill are the highlight of this trek. Short and fairly easy days, this trek is a perfect introduction to Nepal’s mountain treasures. It is a good starter trek for those not sure of their walking ability, or simply for those who wish to make the most of their stay in Nepal. The trek finishes at the magnificent lake town of Pokhara, where you can relax and enjoy the tranquility of the lake and its backdrop of snow-capped mountains.This unforgettable experience is perfect for those who predominantly wish to travel in Nepal and at the same time, improve their photography skills. This workshop is for beginner and intermediate photographers.

For the full itinerary, please visit Outdoor Photo Journey. If you have any further question about this workshop please send an email to: ariel -at- 

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