17-day New Zealand photography tour capturing some of the country’s best untouched wilderness and the Te Wahipounamu world heritage area.
This tour will be lead with Richard Young along with three other top New Zealand landscape photographers throughout different parts; Rob Brown, Shaun Barnett and Dave Buckton. You will have the opportunity to learn from 4 professional photographers and get to photograph a total of 7 of the country's finest national parks.
Starting in Queenstown the tour will first head to Mt Cook National Park to photograph some of the amazing alpine scenery around New Zealand’s highest peak. We will cross back through Central Otago to the South Island’s West Coast. With excellent opportunities to capture the wild beaches of the area, its forests and waterfalls, as well as views of the snow-covered Southern Alps.
The South Island’s West Coast boasts more forests, mountains and protected lands than any other region of New Zealand. Here, wild and remote coastlines are flanked by primeval rainforests, with the high peaks and glaciers of the Southern Alps rising beyond.
Journeying on to the top of the South Island you will then spend 4 days capturing coastal landscape around Golden Bay, including a full day on a private charter boat in the world famous Abel Tasman National Park.
- Tuition by Richard Young - whole tour
- Tuition by Rob Brown - days 1-4
- Tuition by Shaun Barnett - days 6-12
- Tuition by Dave Buckton - days 14-17
- 16 nights hotel accommodation
- 16 cooked breakfasts
- Ski-plane over Mt Cook
- Whataroa Jet boat
- Abel Tasman private chartered boat
- Transport during the tour
- Queenstown pickup
- Nelson dropoff
- DOC concession fees
- Printed notes