COZUMEL, Q. Roo — John Liang writes on deeperblue.com that if you’re a novice underwater shutterbug and have had diving the Caribbean on your bucket list, there are a couple of photo festivals in Cozumel and Roatan, Honduras already scheduled for next year that you might want to look into.
If you’ve ever had a hankering to dive the island of Cozumel and happen to have just bought a digital underwater camera, Mexicandiver Magazine is holding its seventh annual Underwater Digital Fiesta from April 15-22, 2017 at the Casa Del Mar Hotel and Dive Resort.
The package will cost US$1285.50/1213.88 Euros per person based on double occupancy, and includes seven nights of accommodations along with an all-inclusive meal plan, five days with two-tank boat dives and unlimited shore diving, a photo workshop and more.
The fiesta is designed for the budding shutterbug that just bought a digital camera and wants to learn more.
You’ll be able to find out about fine-tuning the settings on your camera, improving your technique, and editing your photos post-dive.
If you don’t have a camera, no worries, you’ll be able to rent one onsite.
This year’s event, held this past June, offered a deal when it was first announced in December 2015 that if you booked your spot before the end of the year, you’d be able to get a free upgrade to a superior room at the resort. Doesn’t look like that’s the case this time around (probably because next year’s event is in April and not June).
For more information, check out the festival website at www.underwaterdigitalfiesta.com.
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