Light & Land, a holiday and photographic tour company in the UK, has unveiled a tour package led by Antony Spencer of the Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks in the Western U.S. To take place November 6-15, 2014, the tour will explore the mountains, rivers, cliffs, and canyons among the fall colour in the region. The package is available now for £2,495.
Starting in Las Vegas, NV, the tour begins as a five-day trip through Zion, concentrating on the Virgin River. Canyons, river cascades, gorges, cottonwood trees, and more will set the scene for many landscapes. Photographic moments will feature white water cascades and emerald pools as backdrops.
The tour then moves to Bryce Canyon National Park and its natural amphitheaters and hoodoos. Spectacular vistas along the Colorado Plateau will give travelers unforgettable photographic experiences. Destinations include Bryce Point and the many trails which are more navigable after the peak of tourist season here. Following a trip through the park, the tour will end at Escalante National Monument for unforgettable views of sandstone formations and peak colour cottonwood trees.
Overall, the Zion and Bryce Canyon Photography tour will include treks on many walking trails through rugged landscapes. Wader type suits will be supplied for traverses through cold river water. The company suggests travelers be physically fit and prepared for full day excursions.
Included in the cost of the tour are accommodations, transportation, and breakfast and tuition, Airfares are not included; estimated currency costs are €3,142.95 EUR with a deposit of €377.91, and $4,143.95 USD with a deposit of $498.27, Sterling £2,495 with a deposit of £300.00
For more information on the Zion and Bryce Canyon National Park and other tours, go to http://www.lightandland.co.uk/photography-tours/view/zion-bryce-and-joshua-tree
About Light & Land:
Specialising in landscape photography, Light & Land offers travel packages to inspirational destinations throughout the world. It has led 500 tours over 15 years, from the Canadian Rockies to Tuscany to Venice. The UK’s finest photographers are employed as tutors and the company has also reintroduced its “Leading Lights” micro learning group series in 2014.