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Newfoundland Seascapes and Lighthouses Photo Workshop

Cape Spear lighthouse at sunrise
7 Days
From $4,995
Activity Level
Group Size
Max 8

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Dramatic coastline, colorful fishing villages, lighthouses, and icebergs

Canada’s easternmost province, Newfoundland, has rugged seascapes, isolated lighthouses, quaint fishing villages, and icebergs slowly drifting down from Greenland. Join us to capture the raw beauty and landscapes that define Newfoundland.


  • Photograph from the first sunrise in North America until sunset.
  • Dramatic coastal views, fishing villages, and lighthouses.
  • Our network of local guides always notifies us of the best photo opportunities, including icebergs.
  • Migratory whales along the shorelines.

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Activity Level

You must be able to walk in uneven terrain for up to distances of 1 mile with your camera gear.

This tour has an activity level of Easy. Read more about the Activity Levels for our trips.


  • Day 1: Arrive in St. John’s

    Arrive at St. John's International Airport (YYT) before 3:00 PM on this day. Air travel delays are possible, so please consider arriving early, possibly the day prior. We don't want you to miss out on trip activities.

    We’ll meet for a group dinner to get to know each other and review our itinerary for the workshop. After our meeting, we will head to Cape Spear to photograph the sun setting at the most easterly point in North America.

  • Day 2–3: Photograph near St. John's

    We will focus on our favorite locations around St. Johns, including Signal Hill, Jellybean Row, and the Battery neighborhood.

  • Day 4: Transfer to Bonavista Peninsula

    Today, we move from St. Johns to the Bonavista Peninsula. You can expect lots of photography during our drive at seaside locations.

  • Day 5–6: Bonavista Peninsula

    Over these two days, we will photograph our favorite coastlines and lighthouses. We have also scheduled our private boat tour to explore the area’s coastlines, icebergs, whales, and other marine life.

  • Day 7: Departure

    We’ll start our trip back to St. John’s this morning, stopping for lunch and photography. We will have you back at St. John’s airport by 2:00 pm so you can catch your international flights home.

    Book your departing flight no earlier than 4:00 PM on this day.

Why Travel With Us

Our small-group trips are designed for photographers, with guides who know the best locations and offer instruction to help improve your photography. Read more about why you should travel with us.

Dates & Prices

  • Jul 14–20, 2024
    $4,995 USD Per Person
    Double Occupancy
    $750 USD
    Single Supplement
    Guides: Kevin Pepper
    Payment Terms: Deposit: $2,000 USD
    Remainder Due: Mar 16, 2024
  • Jun 30–Jul 6, 2025
    $4,995 USD Per Person
    Double Occupancy
    $750 USD
    Single Supplement
    Payment Terms: Deposit: $2,000 USD
    Remainder Due: Mar 2, 2025

All of our standard Terms & Conditions apply. Be sure to read our Cancellation Policy.

What's Included
  • Double occupancy lodging. Single lodging is available with payment of a single supplement fee.
  • All transportation during the tour.
  • Snacks and water between meals.
  • Welcome dinner.
  • Pre-workshop briefing via personal phone call.
  • All permits and entry fees.
  • Instruction, guidance, and image reviews from our expert photography guides.
What's Not Included
  • Airfare to and from destination, airport taxes, and excess baggage fees.
  • Airport transfers at arrival/departure.
  • Passport and visas, if applicable.
  • Most meals during the tour.
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Travel medical & evacuation insurance (optional but recommended).
  • Trip cancellation insurance (optional but recommended).
  • Any accommodations or meals before or after the tour dates.
  • Items of a personal nature.

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