$30 for Half-Day Guided Photo Safari Tour from PhotoJerk Excursion Agency ($85 Value)

$30.00 $85.00
Value
$85.00
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65%
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$55.00
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The deal ended at:
2010-11-02
06:00

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Highlights

Impressive sightseeing
Historical excursion
Workshop tours
Professional guides

Fine print

By appointment only
Expires October 16, 2011
Only 1 coupon per 1 person
Invalid with other offers

Description

The tour is lead by the professional photographer, who’ll show you the best places for taking photos in the luxury rich marshes of Charleston Slough. All the stops are carefully planned to ensure the perfect lighting. The photo safari is ended by the nice dinner and wine testing, to fasten your emotional experience with a piece of savory food and drink.

The bird watching is great in the marvelous Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve. Capturing the pictures of birds may get even better if accompanied by the comprehensive and interesting telling on ecology and natural history, provided that you’ll be getting the material to illustrate it on your own. The crushed oyster shells covered paths running through the emerald grass hills will reveal the splendid view of the bay lands. The marshes host more than 150 species of birds awaiting for the watchful eye of your digital camera.

Reviews

Yelpers are rating the PhotoJerk Excursion Agency by four stars at the average:

“Beautiful tour… it’s all about the nature and heritage… this safari is recommended for both tourists and lifelong Californians! A learnt a lot and took a huge pile of splendid photos, many of which used to be my desktop wallpaper for a while” CatherineE., Yelp

Sheila
Fri, 22 Oct 2010 15:12
I wonder if there are any restrictions as to the age of participants. Want to bring along my son with me and he's only 10. And can we use the same coupon?
Amber
Fri, 22 Oct 2010 15:50
Hi Sheila, This is Amber from PhotoJerk. We do not have any limitations of that type, the only issue is whether enjoy photography that much to be in there for half a day. We actually do not welcome tagging along with the excursion, besides it will be far less enjoyable if you don't have a camera with you.