Created for guests that love photography, this limited participation tour visits Corner Brook's most picturesque sites, where a professional photographer will offer tips on how to best capture the scenery.
Departing from the pier via school bus, you'll begin your journey around Corner Brook, an area that British explorer and cartographer James Cook first surveyed in 1767. The countryside is still incredibly scenic, as you will see by stopping at Corner Brook's most dramatic viewpoints and popular attractions. Along the way, you will be accompanied by a professional local photographer, who will share tips for composing your shots, shooting the different landscapes, and understanding the intricacies of your digital or film camera.
During the course of your excursion you'll have the chance to take sweeping photographs of the majestic landscape, including the serene woodlands, meandering streams and dramatic coastline. Nature photography is one of Corner Brook's primary draws, and you will have plenty of opportunities to capture the beauty of the surrounding countryside and magnificent Humber River, where you may see kayakers paddling along.
Returning to downtown Corner Brook, you'll shoot some of the most photogenic urban sites, such as the Corner Brook Railway Museum, where steam engines, train cars and telegraph instruments are on display. Following a photographic review and wrap-up of your experience, you will travel back to the pier and your awaiting ship.
Please note: This tour includes approximately 3-hours of moderate walking and participants may need to negotiate some uneven and natural surfaces as well as some steps. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests or those with mobility concerns. Weather appropriate layered clothing and comfortable, flat walking shoes are suggested. Due to the remote location, this tour may operate with school buses.