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St. John’s Sunset Tour

Duration: 3 Hours

Location: St. John's Area

Per Package (Group)


1 - 5 people

Join us as we explore and photograph St. John's as the sun sets over the oldest city in North America.

  • International Award Winning Photography Guide
  • Visit the best locations under the best lighting conditions
  • Transportation included in tour and we will pick you up at your accommodations
  • Photography instruction provided when requested
  • You Do Not need to be a professional photographer to explore with us! We enjoy showcasing our province so all are welcome.

What to Expect

As the sun sets over St. John’s we will start our tour photographing the Jelly Bean Row houses where you can capture all the brilliant colours of downtown St. John’s. Each street in historic St. John’s has a unique character and provides great photographic opportunities.  A local professional photographer will also show you behind-the-scenes photo locations. You will be guided to the most scenic areas while listening to a little history lesson on Jelly Bean Row.

We will also visit Cape Spear where we can photograph the oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland; the location is designated a National Historic Site of Canada.  The original lighthouse building and the light-keeper’s residence has been restored to the period of 1839.

During our time together we will also visit the South Side Hills where you can capture pictures of The Battery during blue hour, which is a favourite for photographers.  From here we can explore Fort Amherst and get some great pictures of the old lighthouse that greets passengers as they enter St. John’s harbour.

Fishing villages provide great photo opportunities during your time in Newfoundland.  We will visit Quidi Vidi and Petty Harbour where you can photograph fishing boats and old fishing stages, and become immersed in the Newfoundland culture.

We will visit other areas as well as we photograph St. John’s and the surrounding area during evening light.

Quidi Vidi

Location of old fishing village.

Cape Spear

Most easterly point in North America.

Signal Hill

Site of historic Cabot Tower.

Jelly Bean Houses

Historic St. John's homes.

Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

We always welcome non-photographers on our tours. Even without taking the photographs the experience will be very memorable.

Standard ticket prices for non-photographer persons. However, a private tour you can take the whole family for the group rate.

No, we welcome all levels of photographers on our tours and there are usually a mix of people with all levels of experience and skill.

The sooner you are able to make your booking, the better. We have no way of knowing when other people will book, so by the time you decide to confirm your place, it may be that the tour is already filled up! Our advice is to book as soon as you’ve made the decision to travel.

Yes, we are there to assist you with learning as much as you can about your camera gear and equipment, as well as how to take home some of the most amazing shots of your life. In-field and out, they will be providing you with as much education as you request!

Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.

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