A Landscaper’s Paradise


A Landscaper’s Paradise


A Landscaper’s Paradise

27 April – 02 May 2019

6 Days / 5 Nights

Proficiency: Basic to Advanced

Spots: 8


Double Occupancy: INR 68,250/-
Single Occupancy: INR 85,313/-
Couple: INR 1,33,675/-


If there’s one place you’ll never get enough of in photography its Bali. From active volcanos to mist covered landscapes. From heritage and historical Hindu temples to gorgeous beaches. From astro photography to long exposures — Bali is truly a haven for photography enthusiasts.

You name it, and this tropical island has it—great collection of landscapes, seascapes and iconic landmarks that easily make it to valued frames and albums.

The monsoonal climate also offers snappers the great opportunities year-round with blue skies mid-year and dramatic cloud-streaked scarlet sunsets in between.

Stunning photo opportunities in and around Bali include famous spots such as the iconic sea temple of Tanah Lot and the flowing rice terraces of the island’s mid-west.

Most panoramas are also provided by the island’s natural features as is the likes of the Kintamani highlands with its scenic volcano caldera lake and the Campuhan ridge in Ubud. Discover these idyllic backdrops with this compilation of the best picture-postcard spots in Bali and its surrounding areas.

Join us for this memorable experience of a lifetime.


Day 1

  • Meet/Greet and settle in the resort
  • Sunset trip to Tanah Lot Temple. Tanha Lot is a rock formation off the Indonesian island of Bali. It is home to the pilgrimage temple Pura Tanah Lot, a popular tourist and cultural icon for photography and general exoticism.

Day 2

  • Wake up by 3:00 am and head to Lake Tambalingan to shoot mist covered old temple
  • Back to resort by 10:00 am and breakfast
  • Rest and Lunch
  • Shoot in Uluwatu temple and cliffs followed by kecak dance performance in the setting sun. 
  • Kecak is the traditional Balinese dance performance which gives you additional shooting opportunity in open amphitheater (Tickets extra)

Day 3

  • Wake up at 3:00 am and head to Kintamani to shoot misty foggy Kintamani village with the backdrop of Mt. Batur, the active volcano of Bali.
  • Shoot life and temple around Lake Batur
  • Breakfast on the way, back in resort by 12:00 noon
  • Lunch followed by rest
  • Head out to the rocky beaches of Padang Padang beach for long exposure shooting. This is also the surf capital of Bali.

Day 4

  • Wake up by 5:00 am and go to Kusumba to shoot salt makers. Kumbasa is a Balinese traditional fishing village on the eastern part of the island sitting on the Indian Ocean. There, a small number of salt farmers are still harvesting salt the traditional way.
  • Back to resort by 9:00 am for breakfast
  • Image reviews and light post-processing all day
  • Head to Tuban beach for sunset shoot

Day 5

  • Wake up at 4:00 am and visit Unesco World Heritage Site — Jatiluwih rice terraces for the morning shoot
  • Back to resort resort by 9:00 am for breakfast
  • Sightseeing and Shopping at Kuta
  • Lunch and rest
  • Shopping continues in Kuta
  • Evening shoot in the beautiful rice terraces of Ubud

Day 6

  • Wake up by 5:00 am and shoot in pristine and still beach of Sannur
  • Back in the resort by 9:00 am for breakfast
  • Check out by 11:00 am




  • To confirm registration, fee is to be paid in advance.

  • Talk to GoodShotz if you want to make part payment to book.

  • The tour fee includes taxes and is the total amount to be paid.

  • Discounts are valid for a limited period only. GoodShotz reserves the right to change/modify discounts offered based on market conditions and without any proior notice.


  • Accommodation

  • Arrival meet and greet at Bali Resort.

  • Twin beds/double beds.

  • Wi-fi in resort.

  • Transport for everyday shooting.

  • All meals—breakfast, lunch and dinner

  • All entrance and camera fees


  • International air tickets & visa fees.

  • International travel and medical insurance.

  • Any tips and gratuities to staff.

  • Extra meals, water bottles, visits and activities not indicated.

  • Shopping and other items of a personal nature.

  • Anything else not mentioned in the inclusions.

  • Tickets to cultural show in Uluwatu. To be booked on the spot by participants.

*If you need any assistance, get in touch with us. Indians don’t require a visa to travel to Bali.

Cancellation & Refund

  • 50% if cancelled between 30-60 days of the tour.

  • 25% if cancelled between 21-30 days of the tour.

  • No refund if cancelled within 21 days of the tour.

Please note: The date of written (email) communication of intent to cancel is the date considered for calculation of the cancellation fees. 




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