Mexico Through the Lens

Banyan Tree Mayakoba, nestled into the stunning natural surrounds of Mexico’s Riviera Maya, will host a series of three-day Wildlife Photo Master Classes with world-renowned National Geographic photographers late this year. Guests will benefit from the experience of these world-renowned photographers as they discover the diverse wildlife in and around the resort’s stunning mangroves, dunes, and beaches through the camera lens.

Three sessions will be available, led by three different but equally renowned photographers. Brian Skerry will lead the first session from September 4 to 7, followed by Steve Winter (October 30 – November 2) and Tim Laman (December 11 – 14).

For the Wildlife Photo Master Classes, the Banyan Tree Mayakoba has created an exclusive package for guests, allowing them to focus on polishing their photography skills. Starting from US$2,499 per night per couple, the package includes a minimum of three nights’ accommodation in a Luxury Private Pool Villa; eco-boat tours through the mangroves of Mayakoba; a lecture by the National Geographic photographer and a conference with local wildlife photographers; roundtrip airport transfers; a welcome reception with the photographer; daily buffet breakfasts; three dinners with the photographer; and 20 percent off all spa services.

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