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Awe-Inspiring Oregon Photo Tour - July 2019

White River Falls Sunset

Join us on this exceptional, private, 6-day, 5-night, all-inclusive photography tour and photograph three of the Seven Wonders of Oregon, twelve spectacular waterfalls, magnificent landscapes, mountains, lakes, rivers, and streams.  Improve your images with personalized professional photography assistance, relax in excellent hotels, enjoy great food, travel in private transportation, and rejuvenate with free massages and spa services.  This tour is only available to four lucky people so check out the itinerary below and book your spot today!

  


ITINERARY  

Day 1 - White River Falls
We set out by private transfer from Kennewick, Washington and stop in The Dalles, Oregon for a great lunch before heading to the spectacular White River Falls.  We'll shoot the falls, the ruins of the old power station, and capture the incredible sunset, then have dinner, and settle in at our first excellent hotel.

White River Falls, Oregon

White River Falls Power Station, Oregon

White River Falls Moonrise

Day 2 - Smith Rock
After a relaxing breakfast and editing images, we will have a delicious lunch in The Dalles before departing by private transfer to the sensational Smith Rock, one of the Seven Wonders of Oregon. We will photograph all afternoon and capture the sunset, then travel to our fantastic hotel in Bend and enjoy a delicious late dinner. 

Smith Rock Oregon

Day 3 -  Silver Falls State Park
After breakfast and editing images, we travel by private transfer to Silverton for lunch before continuing to Silver Falls State Park. People call Silver Falls the “crown jewel” of the Oregon State Parks system, and once you visit, you'll know why.  Silver Falls State Park is the kind of standout scenic treasure that puts Oregon firmly onto the global stage and we will photograph seven gorgeous waterfalls there.  After shooting all afternoon, we will travel to our next incredible hotel in Salem and enjoy another fantastic dinner.  

South Falls

Middle North Falls




Day 4 - Abiqua Falls / Butte Creek Falls
After an early breakfast we travel by private transfer to the jaw-dropping Abiqua Falls.  This 92-foot waterfall is perfectly framed by an enormous basalt amphitheater adorned with lichens, mosses and various ferns, but what makes the hike to this cascade so special is that it is so difficult to find, making the destination that much more rewarding.  After shooting all morning, we will travel to Silverton for lunch, then head to the sensational Butte Creek Falls.  A short, one-mile stroll through an impressive second-growth forest leads you to the 78-foot Butte Creek Falls and 25-foot Upper Butte Creek Falls.  From here you can scramble deep into the cavern behind Upper Butte Creek Falls and venture high above the creek on a 200-foot basalt outcropping that offers spectacular views of the main falls.  After shooting all afternoon, we will return to our hotel in Salem and enjoy another great dinner.

Abiqua Falls

Upper Butte Creek Falls

Day 5 - Starvation Creek / Trillium Lake
After a relaxing breakfast and editing images, we head out to photograph the colorful Starvation Creek in the Columbia River Gorge - the second of the Seven Wonders of Oregon.  After shooting all afternoon, we'll have a great dinner, then drive to Lake Trillium and capture a sensational sunset with the spectacular Mt. Hood reflecting in the lake.  Mt. Hood is the third of the Seven Wonders of Oregon that we photograph, and this magnificent landscape is sure to leave a lasting impression.  After shooting, we'll head to our spectacular hotel overlooking the magnificent Columbia River Gorge in Hood River.

Starvation Creek

Trillium Lake Mt. Hood

Day 6 - Return to Kennewick
After breakfast, editing images, and well-deserved massages or spa treatments, we'll have lunch, then travel by private transfer to Kennewick, and you'll reflect on the fantastic memories of your awesome Oregon photo tour.

Tri Cities Cable Bridge



PHOTO TOUR DATES & DETAILS  


Photo Tour Dates & Registration Deadline
Tour Dates: July 14, 2019 - July 19, 2019
Registration & Final Payment Deadline: July 1, 2019

Availability - SOLD OUT

Photo Tour Cost
$3,675.00 Per Person.  Based on Double Occupancy.  

Single Supplement - Add $1,275.00  
The single supplement applies only to tour participants that prefer their own hotel rooms rather than sharing rooms with another guest.  

What's Included In Photo Tour Price?
Photo tour price includes all hotels (5 nights), all meals (16 total), private transportation, and all park entrance fees.  Photo tour cost does NOT include: airfare to and from Pasco, Washington (airport code PSC), travel insurance, tips to bartenders, bellhops, cleaning staff, drivers, and guides, and personal expenses like alcoholic beverages, laundry service, and souvenirs.  

Payment Schedule 

$1,500.00 Non-Refundable Deposit Due At Booking
$2,175.00 Balance Due on July 1, 2019

Payment Options  
We accept checks, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, PayPal, and Visa.

Cancellations & Refunds  
Deposits are non-refundable.  For refunds, we require that a cancellation request in writing be received before the Registration & Final Payment Deadline date at 11:59pm Eastern Time.  If we receive your written cancellation request before the Registration & Final Payment Deadline date at 11:59pm Eastern Time, and we can refill your space, we will refund all payments, minus your deposit and any discounts given to refill your space.  If we cannot refill your space, we will refund 50% of all payments, minus your deposit.  No refunds are given, nor cancellations allowed after the Registration & Final Payment Deadline date.  No partial refunds are given for unused services. There is a $50.00 charge for all returned checks.

Physical Requirements
While most locations have easy hikes, there is one location that requires walking unassisted for 5 miles (round trip) over uneven, potentially muddy and slippery trails, and up-and-down inclines with moderate altitude gain. There are hikes over a variety of terrain including pavement, gravel, and dirt trails with large roots, rocks, logs, and stairs.  Travelers should be aware that heat and humidity could be high in some locations and daily excursions can be more difficult during inclement weather.

 

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