Join Getty Images and National Geographic contributing photographer Christopher P. Baker on photo tours and expeditions to Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba. Japan, Mozambique, Oman and Scotland on behalf of Jim Cline Photo Tours, Lindblad Expeditions, Lumaria Workshops, National Geographic Expeditions, and Un-Cruise Adventures
“Colombia as a destination is long overdue and Christopher’s delight in showing it to us was infectious… Chris was the perfect trip leader. His knowledge of the country and its history is vast and he enthusiastically wanted to share it with us along with his years of experience as a photographer… He’s talented, interesting, accessible, and fun to travel with. Plus, he really did seem to care about each of us — if we were okay, getting good images, too tired, too hot, etc.“
Judy B. ‘Colombia 2018,’ Jim Cline Photo Tours
“Chris was way above our expectations. Vast knowledge of Cuba and was able to communicate clearly — he was like having a living Google Now with you. By the end of the trip we considered him a good friend that we would like to see again.”
Reno D., ‘Eastern Cuba 2017,’ Jim Cline Photo Tours
“More than I could have imagined. Chris made photography, history and current events fascinating. Plus he truly had a love for the locals and treated them with compassion and respect.”
Paula Z. ‘Eastern Cuba 2017,’ Jim Cline Photo Tours
“Please, please, feel free to invite me on ANY cruise that Christopher Baker does with you again and I will spread the word. I know he was recovering from a cycling injury and still gave terrific lectures… I learned quite a bit to bring home.”
Mary Ann A., ‘Mexico’s Sea of Cortes 2017,’ UnCruise Adventures
These tours are perfect for professional photographers, beginners, and amateur hobbyists alike.
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NOTE: On June 4, 2019, the Trump administration rescinded the “people to people” educational exchange license. However, every U.S. citizen can still legally travel to Cuba and group travel is still possible, pre-approved, under the “support for the Cuban people” license.