Atlantis Dumagete 30th April – Master Macro with Martyn £2995

The lovely Martyn will be running his first workshop with Scuba Travel to a destination that he loves passionately – Atlantis Dumaguete in the Philippines. Martyn is a friendly easy going chap, who is very prepared to let you in on all the secrets of getting stunning photographs!
This holiday will enable guests to brush up on and learn new macro skills, including various lighting techniques, snooting and super macro, as well as hopefully compile a collection of turtle images at Apo. With hands on instruction through group image reviews and evening presentations as well as underwater instruction for those needing it everyone will have the opportunity to return with a great portfolio.

Atlantis Dumagete is a premier dive resort with a secluded beach front location opposite Apo Island, the resort boasts a superb restaurant open air bar and spa for relaxing after a busy day exploring the world class dive sites in the area. Muck diving is prevalent, but also expect to see pristine corals and vast schools of fish.

Package includes return flights,  1 night in Manila followed by 9 nights full board at Atlantis Dumagete, up to 5 boat dives per day and free Nitrox.

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