September 22 - 29, 2019

$3775

Explore the edge of the Earth among geological wonders and beautiful coastal scenery in Gros Morne National Park. The park is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, located along the west coast of Newfoundland, Canada. It's a hidden gem for a landscape photography getaway! Travel among Eastern Canadian Moose, Woodland Caribou, and Humpback Whales as you explore the barren highlands and rugged coastlines of this amazing part of the world.

TOUR FEATURES

  • 8 unique locations for sunrise and sunset landscape photography.
  • Explore the villages of Woody Point, Rocky Harbour, Sally's Cove, Trout River, and Cow Head.
  • Experience the rugged coastline of Gros Morne at Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse.
  • Visit a recreated fishing village at Broom Point.
  • Play along the dunes and white sand beaches at Shallow Bay and Western Brook Beach. Swimming among the waves is available for the brave at Shallow Bay...but it's cold!
  • Hunt for fossils among crashing waves and cliffsides at Green Point.
  • Hike along on top of the Earth's exposed mantle and ocean crust on the Tablelands.
  • Take a boat tour on Western Brook Pond, an inland fjord carved by glaciers over 10,000 years ago, and see Pissing Mare Falls, the highest waterfall in Eastern North America.
  • Sleep among the giants on a special overnight on a secluded freshwater beach located at the base of Western Brook Fjord.

AMENITIES

  • Oceanside cottage accomodations (please see equipment list for required equipment).
  • All meals and snacks are provided by our camp chef, but of course you're allowed to bring your favourites along!
  • Secure waterproof storage for electronics.
  • Charging station.
  • Transportation from Deer Lake to Gros Morne, and to and from all guided activities and locations.
  • Cost of all scheduled activities run through third party vendors is incuded in the tour price unless otherwise noted.

Things to know

  • We travel with small groups, so space on these tours is very limited. Please book early to ensure you're not disapointed!

  • The weather in Newfoundland is unpredictible. In September, you can expect both warm and cool days, as well as rain. It will get cold at night, so be prepared to sit along the coast with your camera gear waiting for light in cold, windy and possibly wet weather.

  • Please note that proof of travel medical insurance and equipment insurance is manditory when booking this tour.

  • The tour departs from Deer Lake, Newfoundland. The nearest airport is Deer Lake International (YDF). We highly recommend booking flights to arrive in and out of this airport.

  • Please keep in mind when booking fights, that delays are not uncommon. Leave yourself some wiggle room with the timing so you don't miss the tour departure time!

  • If you would like assistance booking flights, finding hotels or planning extra adventures before or after the tour, please drop us a line! We would be happy to help.
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Camera Gear List

Required Equipment

  • DSLR or mirrorless camera. If you're unfamiliar with the manual shooting functions and settings of your camera, please bring your manual along.
  • Lenses of your choice, but at least one lens that is suitable for landscape photography (24mm or wider, can be prime or zoom)
  • Sturdy tripod
  • Remote shutter release, cable or wireless
  • Extra batteries and chargers for all camera equipment
  • Memory cards

Recommended equipment

  • Waterproof covering for camera
  • ND filter
  • Graduated ND filter
  • Circular polarizing filter
  • Camera bag appropriate for hiking
  • Laptop for file storage and software for developing, or if no laptop, a way to back up files from memory cards. No computers will be provided for guest use
  • Backup storage for files (highly recommended)

During the tour, there will be opportunities for travel and wildlife photography. Please bring any equipment you'd like for these activities. If you have any questions about your gear or what you might need, please drop us a line!

Getting ready for your adventure

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Personal Gear