2019 Newfoundland East Coast Mini Workshop

This extension to the previous workshop is ideal for any photographer that wants to take those photos of the quindescential east coast, colourful buildings along the coastal waterways. As an added bonus we will take you to North Americas largest colony of Puffins that you can photograph form land and put you up close and personal with humpback whales that will be swimming around the icebergs off the east coast of Newfoundland. 

Dates of Extension

Dates: June 23 to June 27, 2019

For those taking this trip as an extension to the workshop right before this one, please plan your departure on the last from St. Johns on any flight departing after 2pm on the last day.

For those joining me for just workshop, please plan your arrival into Deer Lake on June 23 so you are ready to be picked up at noon. You should plan your departures from St. Johns on June 27 in the mid to late afternoon. 

Instructors

Kevin Allen Pepper

Payment Information

$2995CDN plus applicable taxes for a maximum of 4 people

What’s Included

Unlimited mileage vehicle, 4 nights high quality accommodations, two zodiac tours and any entrance fees

What’s Not Included?

Items of personal nature, alcohol, meals, international flights, visa to enter Canada (if required), anything not listed as included.

Photos From Newfoundland

June 23, 2019 - Today I will drop off all the people that are on the previous workshop at noon. After we drop them off we will head east towards Gander. One we arrive in Gander we will drop our luggage and head directly to Twillengate or Newtown.

For those that are arriving just for this workshop, you should plan your arrival into Deer Lake so that you are there for me to pick you up at noon.

Stay in Gander, Newfoundland. 

June 24 and 25, 2019 - Its an early morning breakfast on the 24th before we head south to Bonavista Bay. First, we need to Newtown. Newtown is called the Venice of Newfoundland. Imagine the past meeting the present! Meet characters from the past in our homes, school, fish stage, gardens, and Sealers Interpretation Centre. But best of all are the photographic opportunities of this spectacular colourful town as the sun rises during the golden hour. Here you will see beautiful coastal Newfoundland at its finest. Our time here will be spent on two zodiac tours tracking down humpback whales and the cathedral icebergs as they travel down the coastal waters of iceberg alley. You will also visit the largest puffin colony in North America in Elliston. When we are not on the water there is also plenty to see and photograph. From the charming town of Trinity, to the lighthouses of Bonavista and Trinity, and all the coastal jagged landscapes your camera can take. :-)

Stay at Round da Bay Inn in Plate Cove on both nights

On the morning of June 26, 2019 - We head south towards our hotel in St. Johns. Our final destination, St. Johns. But before we get to our hotel, there is plenty to see and photograph. Our choices, depending on weather, and your appetite to photograph include, Hearts Content, Cavendish and a possible trip to see the gannet colony along the cliffs in Cape St. Marys. 

Todays drive can see you photographing more lighthouses, icebergs, gannets, picturesque fishing huts and the every popular jelly bean row, the battery and CapeSpear Lighthouse south of St. Johns. 

Stay in St. Johns. 

June 27, 2019 - The best time to photograph Cape Spear is early morning as the sun rises. I will have you put in the right place to capture the first sunrise in North America. We will spend the morning at the lighthouse with a trip to the Battery and Jelly Bean row before returning you to the hotel to grab your bags.

I can have you at the St. Johns airport by between noon and 1pm so you can catch your flight home. 

Contact me if this is of interest to you and we will get you registered with my tour company. Just click here and we will see you in Newfoundland