The Icefields Full Ring photo tour includes the most memorable National Parks of British Columbia & Alberta, such as Kootenay, Yoho & Banff. We are going through the Icefields Parkway and We’ll stop at the Columbia Icefield, the Lake Luise, the Crowfoot Glacier, the Bow Lake, the Morain Lake and the Jasper National Park! We'll see & take photos of a lots of wildlife up close! This photo tour is designed for 10 days in the field but it can be customised in length by adding extra time on a specific location. You can add and book extra days in one day increments, which costs additional 300 CAD per extra day.
Icefields Full Ring Photo Tour
Friday, November 11, 2022 - 00:00 to Saturday, December 31, 2022 - 15:15
About the tour leader: Ferenc Cegledi
I am a QEP Qualified European Photographer, qualified by the Federation of European Professional Photographers! I am pro for 20 years! I spent years there to figure out where are the best places and what is the perfect time of the year to see wildlife in intimate closeness! I will do my best to guide you to the best place at the right time! I also can provide you with tips, tricks and even with Nikon and Sigma High End gears! That is my service to you. BUT, (you know always there is a “but”) YOU HAVE TO NOTICE THAT: I navigate you to the wilderness, to the natural habitat of the wildlife! It is not a zoo or an animal sanctuary. It means that the nature can change. The current weather can change the visibility and closeness of the wildlife! If it seems we will not be lucky on a location, then we will try our luck on other location. There are up to 10 amazing shooting location in a 300 km diameter ring that I know well!
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Free transport to the photo locations
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If you are a nature lover, nature photographer, videographer or a documentary filmmaker, you must be here to see this at least once in a lifetime!!!