Compass & Globe Travel is excited to bring you opportunities to explore the world with our customized, small group adventures. We work with our partners around the world to create itineraries that give you perspectives you can’t find elsewhere. Contact us if you’d like to put together your own small group adventure!
Adventure in Todos Santos, Mexico (Oct 9-13, 2019)
This trip is a wonderful opportunity for friends new and old to come together and enjoy some of the wild natural beauty and fun local culture of Todos Santos and the Baja California peninsula! Highlights include:
- Four nights at Los Colibris Casitas, with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Sierra Mountains and palm oasis
- Surfing lessons at one of the best breaks in Baja
- Swimming with sea lion pups and whale sharks in the Sea of Cortez
- Turtle hatchling release (seasonal)
- Mexican cooking lesson with a local chef
- Experienced, bilingual naturalist guides who are certified Wilderness First Responders and are deeply knowledgeable about the area
Costa Rica Travel Photography (Nov 9-16, 2019)
Join master National Geographic photographer and writer Jad Davenport on an exclusive journey through the land of “Pura Vida.” You will visit three of Costa Rica’s most beautiful destinations—the cloud forests, the beaches and the volcanic Central Valley—and learn the secrets of capturing its beauty on camera.
Together with excellent English-speaking guides with insider access, Jad will lead photography lessons in Costa Rica’s most photogenic locations. Because of the small group size, Jad is able to work one-on-one with guests—whether you have a personal photographic, video or written project, or simply want to create wonderful images of your journey. Our relaxing evenings are spent in the finest local lodges and resorts.
It doesn’t matter if you shoot with a professional DSLR or just want to learn how to make great images on your iPhone—Jad works with both—you’ll learn the art of visual storytelling including how to meet and make portraits of locals, how to create incredible wildlife and landscape images, and how to photograph the nine critical elements of a National Geographic travel story.
Jad, an award-winning photojournalist, has spent 35 years covering endangered wildlife, vanishing cultures and wars in more than 150 countries. You can find some of his work on his Facebook and Instagram pages (@jaddavenport).
For more information, contact us at 303-819-3478 or firstname.lastname@example.org