Maximum 4 guests
Rolf Hicker's custom tours are ideal for families, couples, special needs and photographers of all levels.
"My personal and intimate photo tours are visiting the most beautiful scenic places around Northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia while having a chance to photograph and watch grizzly bears, black bears, killer whales, humpback whales, dolphins, bald eagles, sea otters and other wildlife."
Rolf Hicker is a full-time award-winning professional photographer for 30+ years in the field of wildlife, nature and travel photography. He knows and photographs the area around Northern Vancouver Island for 30+ years.
He shows great respect toward First Nations, nature and its animals, conscience of heritage of land and ocean.
Born and raised in Freising, Germany, Rolf immigrated to Canada, British Columbia in 2004 and made beautiful Northern Vancouver Island his home where he also offers The Artists Point Bed & Breakfast.
"One of the best things I ever done"
Review by Adam F. (from Tripadvisor)
Come and join Rolf's adventure photo tours and tap into his experience, he has a lot of knowledge, tricks and tips to share.
Highlights of the boat based photography tours is grizzly bear watching in scenic Knight Inlet along the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia as well as photographing and watching killer whales, humpback whales, dolphins, sea otters, eagles and other wildlife in the Broughton Archipelago Provincial Marine Park, all within First Nations Territory in British Columbia.
The land-based adventure tours are ideal if you want to enhance your photography skills further. On these tours, we visit the rocky beaches along the wild West Coast, sandy beaches of Cape Scott Provincial Park as well as beautiful scenic spots on Northern Vancouver Island.
All my tours are individually tailored to your needs (no need to be a photographer) and have a maximum of 4 participants.
"Adventure photo tour" because I want to make sure that you will discover the best photo opportunities, create beautiful images with your camera or simply encounter those rare moments that result in unforgettable memories.