Paddle the northwest corner of Algonquin Park to get close and photograph moose. Wake up with the sun, canoe through the mist and enjoy magical mornings photographing the famed wildlife of Algonquin Park. Learn all about wildlife photography and enjoy 3 or 4 glorious spring days inside the most famous provincial park in Ontario.
The Algonquin Park photography safari features two or three nights accommodation. One night in the Algonquin Log Cabin and one or two night safari camping inside Algonquin Park. The camping segment is made extremely comfortable with the help of Voyageur Quest guides who set up camp, serve beer/wine and produce first rate meals cooked over the fire. We are delighted to have Rob Stimpson accompany this wildlife photography safari. Rob is an award-winning professional photographer, photography instructor and outdoor guide. From paddling Arctic Rivers, trekking in Africa, numerous outdoor adventures in Ontario and other regions of Canada he brings a wealth of knowledge on the natural world to his seminars. Rob has a genuine love of Algonquin Park and his unique ability to capture the spirit of the land on film is an inspiration to everyone he teaches. Group size is limited to 9 guests, Rob and the Voyageur Quest guide team.
Canoe Trip Photo Gallery
Have a look at the gallery below to see images taken from past Algonquin Park Moose Photography Safari. The picture above was taken by Bill Bickle on the 2009 trip.
No canoe trip or photograph experience is required. You should be able to be active for up to 4 hours at a time at a walking pace.
FILM MADE BY: Dominik Haake
Kevin MacLeod "Acoustic Breeze"