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In nature, beauty takes many forms. The dizzying heights of dramatic cliffs. The foaming, raging, ice-cold rivers. Standing at the edge of the world, where oceans and skies touch. This life-changing photography expedition is your opportunity to witness some America’s nature in all its magnificence. We promise you’ll head back home with a head full of memories and memory cards full of beauty.
We’ll take off in Montreal and fly along the broad St-Lawrence River, enjoying incomparable waterfront sights and larger-than-life landscapes. We’ll hover above the charming Quebec City, a jewel of historic architecture and dramatic fortifications.
You’ll want your camera ready for the dizzying cliffs of the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park and The Land of Giants, Quebec’s untouched wilderness. Then you’ll have the chance to photograph whales in their natural habitat, right on the river, thanks to a Zodiac inflatable boat.
Gaspésie stands at the easternmost edge of Quebec, surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and the Instagram-worthy view will make it feel like you’re standing at the edge of the world. You’ll have the chance to create your own postcard shots as we’ll fly near the world-famous Percé Rock and the colossal Chic-Chocs, where sea and mountains collide. With some luck, you’ll have the chance to snap shots of caribou and moose herds running wild!
While traveling back, we’ll stop in Old Quebec City: an out-of-time neighborhood alive with European charm, centuries-old fortifications and a spectacular view of the river. There, we’ll share a picnic – and compare pictures!
This is it. The end of the journey. We’ll take our time, savor the last few moments and make the most of it of our final trip in the sky. We’ll share a signature picnic in a spur-of-the-moment location, creating memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.
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