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Mongolia Photo Safari with Scott Trees

Postby EPNet Admin on Wed Feb 27, 2019 12:31 pm

Mongolia Photography Safari Workshop
with Scott Trees
July 29- August 9, 2019

International photographer Scott Trees is pleased to offer a Mongolian photo Safari. “Traveling around the world, Mongolia has always been on my bucket list to visit and photograph. This is an opportunity to see a variety of amazing locations, meet locals, experience their culture, and achieve a lifetime goal in a spectacular way."   On this customized safari you will travel with Scott meeting, experiencing, and photographing people, animals, and breathtaking scenery. This Mongolian safari is open to photographers of all skill levels.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
A visit to the Gobi desert including “Gobi’s Beauties” Nature Reserve, Gobi glacier various wildlife Kohngriin Els Sand Dune, Flaming Cliffs, spend three nights in a yurt camp and witness a starlit sky free of light pollution, and the Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape, a Unesco World Heritage Site and the center of Ghengis Khans empire. Attend the Annual Horse Festival where nomads from surrounding areas showcase their horsemanship skills. Visit The Oldest Monasteries of Mongolia including; Gandan Monastery, Tuvkhon Monastery, the City of Karakorum and Erdene Zuu Monastery Spend the day with a local nomadic family and experience firsthand their unique lifestyle, nearly unchanged for hundreds of years.

Attend the “Journey of the 99 Little Heroes” festival dedicated to the Mongolian culture through the eyes of children, including wrestling, horse racing and archery performed by children.
See Przewalski horses roaming their natural environment as we explore the Khustali Nuruu Strictly Protected Area, established to introduce the last survivors of the almost extinct breed back to their homeland.

For complete itinerary and additional information: http://image6.photobiz.com/2073/2019020 ... 274317.pdf
scott@treesmedia.com 817-933-0204
http://www.treesmedia.com/international

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