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(Guilin, Guangxi)–Andy Beales China Photography Tours has announced one-on-one and small group guided tours in the Guilin area of Guangxi, China. Located on the Li River, Guilin is prized for its beautiful scenery, particularly the dramatic limestone hills that characterize its unique landscape. The photography tour company is now offering an opportunity for photographers around the world to experience this one-of-a-kind destination, according to owner Andy Beales.
Said Beales, “Each of our tours is custom-designed for the client, whether it’s an individual photographer or a group, so no two visits are alike. What we plan depends on the client’s style and interests, and of course, the time of year when the tour is scheduled. All of our staff are experienced photographers who are familiar with the routine of life here in Guilin; we know when different types of flowers are in bloom, when different crops are harvested, where the cattle are grazing, etc., and we guide our clients to the Guilin Photos they want to capture.” Furthermore, all tour guides are flexible and open to last minute changes in plans.
Beales emphasized that his staff members are experienced photographers, specialist photo guides, or both. There are no sales staff, clients can plan and get advice from a photographer directly. The company offers transparent pricing with no hidden fees, and clients are free to add or delete any services listed in a tour. “We offer a lot of value to our clients in terms of the level of service we provide,” Beales commented. “We may start tours as early as 4:30 a.m. and keep going until 9:00 at night. We are committed to ensuring that our clients get the most out of their experience with us.” Fees for Guilin tours are a fraction of what other professional photography tour companies charge, according to Beales.
Another unique feature of the company’s tours is their local connections. Since all staff members are photographers who live in the area, they have local friends who are willing to be photographed in their homes as they cook, do chores, or tell stories. Unlike some tour guides who offer staged scenarios, Beales and his staff can show their clients authentic people and real-life experiences. “When we meet our local friends,” explained Beales, “we do the talking so that photographers can capture natural expressions rather than poses.”
Photographers who are interested in a Guilin tour can create their trip and reserve it online. The most popular travel months are April-June and August-October. Beales recommends booking early as tour schedules tend to fill up fast.
About Andy Beales China Photography Tours
Award-winning China-based British travel photographer Andy Beales focuses on creating unique photography tours, workshops, and bespoke adventures for photographers and the well-traveled. Beales is hired by the world’s top photographers to connect them to beautiful places and people. Known for his striking images of Guilin, China, he now runs Guilin workshops, one-to-one instruction, and small group adventures.