Yucatan Workshop

Come join Frederick Van Johnson and Federico Chieli for an unforgettable adventure in Yucatan Mexico. Our adventure takes us to see ancient pyramids, pink flamingos, crystal clear cenotes, charming historic town centers with incredible food and authentic local culture. Yucatán blends ancient Maya and Aztec culture with the stunning architecture of the Spanish colonial period. Izamal is known as the city of three cultures: pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern. The city is a visual feast: nearly every structure is painted egg yolk yellow, providing a thoroughly unique aesthetic.

Trip Dates
Nov 5th – Nov12th 2016

Tuition
$4,250

Group Size
10 people all single occupancy.

Difficulty Level
Beginners to Advanced

Casa De Los Artistas and Casa De Madera will be our oasis each night after our adventures

The houses offer:
Luxury accommodations
Resident chef
Three-level residence with artistic décor, one block from Izamal’s historic cathedral
Colonial architecture enhanced with modern touches—no two rooms are alike
Each room has a private bath and AC
Central garden with lily pool plus rear garden and swimming pool
Rooftop lounge

Our mission is to take you well off the beaten path to unique and magical locations deep in the heart of the Yucatán. Our goal is authentic meaningful experiences, close to nature and to local culture.

What’s Included

  • Seven nights lodging in a stunning private villa (all the rooms are single occupancy, unless you want to share your room with a friend).

  • Most of your meals (we left a couple free, so you can walk around freely and eat wherever you want).

  • All transportation including Airport transfers*

  • All Excursions and applicable archeological sites entry fees

  • Guide and private Archeologist (for Chichen Itza)

  • Photography and Post Processing instruction

What’s Not Included

  • Flight to and from Cancun, Mexico.

  • Alcohol beverages

  • Tips to driver, guides, staff

Around The Area

  • A digital camera, even an iPhone will do, although you will miss some wildlife shots.
  • Laptop with Lightroom, Photoshop software or equivalent.
  • Tripod (optional).
  • Lenses: we will be shooting a variety of subjects, landscapes, people, wildlife. Bring whatever lens you want to use. A long lens will make a difference with wildlife (Rio Lagartos).
  • Sunscreen and mosquito repellent.
  • Bathing suit, if you plan to swim in the pool and cenote.

Facebook Comments