Sri Lanka 2024




NOVEMBER 3-9, 2024

7-DAY WORKSHOP – $3295


Marco Polo described Sri Lanka as one the finest islands in the world and its history dates back thousands of years.  Sri Lanka provides a wealth of lovely sceneries and great situations for street photography and portraits and safari animals.  Most people speak English and like to be photographed.  Why have we not gone to Sri Lanka before now?  Let’s fix that!

We are still working out the details of this workshop but please reach out to Lisa at [email protected] to express your interest in this workshop.  Below are some of the highlights of Sri Lanka that we would like to hit on this 7-Day workshop:

  • Yala National Park on the southeast coast, home to the highest concentration of leopards in the world and sanctuary for Sri Lankan elephants, monkeys, crocodiles, aquatic birds and other creatures.
  • Arugum Bay to photograph surfers on Main Point
  • The spectacular view of Pitawala Pathana, or Mini-World’s End, just north of Kandy.
  • The journey from Kandy to Ella in the iconic, old-fashioned colorful train, passing through the jungle and over breathtaking viaducts on the way to Ella. While in Ella, we will make time to see and photograph Nine Arch Bridge and Diyaluma Falls, 2nd highest waterfall in Sri Lanka.
  • Sigiriya and the Dambulla’s Golden Cave Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The magnificent, well-preserved walled fortress town of Galle is the largest of its kind in Asia and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We will take a photo walk through the town and make stops at the Galle Fort and the Dutch Reformed Church.


  • The workshop fees include all ground transportation during the workshop.
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To sign up for this workshop, click on the link above to make a deposit and secure a place in the workshop. To get additional information, express interest or offer suggestions for locations to visit on this workshop or ask to be on the waitlist, send an email to Lisa Phillips at [email protected].