Olympic National Park Photo Tour - August 2021

Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington State

I'm super excited to announce this BRAND NEW Olympic National Park photography tour for 2021!  Join us August 15-20, 2021, on this exceptional, all-inclusive, 6-day, 5-night, travel photography tour and photograph countless Pacific Northwest landscapes including 5 spectacular Washington state waterfalls, jaw-dropping beaches, incredible sea stacks, stunning mountain lakes, and gorgeous mossy old growth rainforests. 

Locations include: Madison Falls, Crescent Lake, Marymere Falls, Sol Duc Falls, the Hoh Rainforest, Ruby Beach, Merriman Falls, Bunch Creek Falls, and Quinault Lake.

• Improve your photo skills with personalized, professional photography assistance.
• Enhance your digital workflow with Lightroom instruction.  
• Relax in award-winning hotels.  
• Enjoy delicious cuisine.
• Travel in comfort with private transportation. 

Registration & Final Payment Deadline Extended: July 14, 2021
Availability - Only 4 Spots


Day 1 - Arrive in Seattle

A representative from ColorTexturePhotoTours will meet you at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).  Once all guests have arrived, we will travel by private transfer to our first great hotel in Port Angeles.  After getting settled at the hotel, we will have a delicious welcome dinner.

Note: Since we pick up all guests and travel to Olympic National Park the day of arrival, please schedule your flight arrival between 2P-3P.  

Day 2 - Marymere Falls / Crescent Lake
After breakfast, we will depart by private transfer to beautiful Marymere Falls.  We'll have lunch on site, and after shooting the falls, will travel to a secret location for a wonderful sunset on Lake Crescent, then return to Port Angeles and enjoy another mouthwatering dinner.  

Crescent Lake, Marymere Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington State

Day 3 - Madison Falls / Sol Duc Falls
After a casual breakfast, editing images, and Lightroom instruction, we will depart by private transfer to colorful Madison Falls.  Afterwards, we will travel to the Sol Duc Valley and upon arrival, have lunch at an on-site restaurant, then spend the afternoon photographing the magnificent cascades of Sol Duc Falls.  After shooting, we'll travel to our next fantastic hotel, get cleaned up, and enjoy another delicious dinner

Madison Falls, Sol Duc Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington

Day 4 - Hoh Rainforest / Ruby Beach
After breakfast, editing images, and Lightroom instruction, we will depart by private transfer to the Hoh Rainforest, one of the largest and only protected temperate rainforests in the United States, and photograph the gorgeous landscape that's covered in rich, colorful mosses.  

Hoh Rainforest, Olympic National Park, Washington

After shooting the rainforest, we travel by private transport for dinner and then continue on to breathtaking Ruby Beach for a spectacular sunset featuring several huge sea stacks.  After shooting, we will return to our hotel for the evening.  

Ruby Beach, Olympic National Park, Washington

Day 5 - Merriman Falls / Bunch Creek Falls / Lake Quinault
After breakfast, editing images, and Lightroom instruction, we will depart by private transfer to Lake Quinault and photograph two very different yet equally impressive waterfalls.  After shooting all afternoon, we'll have dinner at Lake Quinault, and if weather permits, shoot the sunset there.  Afterwards, we return to our hotel at Kalaloch.

Merriman Falls / Bunch Creek Falls, Olympic National Park, Washington State

Day 6 - Depart Port Angeles  
After breakfast, we'll travel by private transfer to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport where you'll catch your return flight home and reflect on the awesome memories created on your Olympic National Park photo tour.

Note: It's a 3-hour drive to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport so p
lease schedule your flight departure no earlier than 2P.

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport


Photo Tour Dates & Registration Deadlines  
Tour Dates: August 15-20, 2021
Registration & Final Payment Deadline Extended: July 14, 2021

Availability: Only 4 Spots

Photo Tour Price
$4,250.00 Per Person.  Based on Double Occupancy.  

Single Supplement - Add $1,475.00 
The single supplement applies to tour participants that are traveling alone and/or 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, all meals, private transportation, and all park entrance fees.  Photo tour cost does NOT include: airfare to and from Seattle, Washington (airport code SEA), 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 With Registration
$2,750.00 Balance Due on Registration & Final Payment Deadline

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

Cancellations & Refunds  
Deposits are normally non-refundable, but due to COVID, are now 100% refundable if you cancel before the Registration & Final Payment Deadline.  For refunds, we require that a cancellation request in writing be received before 11:59pm Pacific Time on the Registration & Final Payment date.  If we receive your written cancellation request before the Registration & Final Payment deadline and can refill your space, we will refund all payments, minus any discounts given to refill your space.  If we cannot refill your space, we will refund 50% of all payments.  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 payments. Please see our complete Liability & Cancellation Policy.

Physical Requirements
Participation requires that travelers be able to walk unassisted for two miles 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, 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.