Join us on an invigorating 2.5-hour photography walking experience, taking in the iconic coastline and natural beauty of Dover Cliffs, accompanied by a local historian as well as a professional photographer.
Photograph the iconic English landmark of the white cliffs, under the guidance of our photographer, while learning about the impact the Second World War had on the cliffs, with our local historian and tour guide. The Deep Fan Bay underground war shelter, the First World War concrete sound mirrors, and the breath-taking views across the Channel to France, are standouts of this experience. You will also be able to photograph the beautiful Exmoor ponies on our route, while your mobile will think you're in France!
At either the midway point, or at the end of the walk, we will treat you to a Kentish cream tea (or coffee and cake!) at one of the two National Trust cafes on the route.
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
- School groups
- Dog Friendly
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