Alex Hare Photography

Alex Hare Photography

Guided Whitstable Photo Tour


A 2.5 hour guided photo tour which will immerse you in the wonderful past and present of the town and help you create some memorable photograph whilst learning some techniques and creative approaches on the way. 

You’ll see and experience the history and heritage (JMW Turner painted here, so we're in good company!) as you receive help in creating photographs of all the classic views and secret corners with your guide and local pro photographer Alex Hare.

We'll have fun with our cameras creating everything from classic views, learning about light and how our cmeras work, through to some more abstract approaches we can enjoy.

Together, we'll explore the natural environment and discover how it was created including the earthquakes that still occur even today(!) and find out about the rich maritime history as you journey along the coast and through the vibrant working harbour where the fishing fleet still operates.

From the dinosaurs that once roamed here to the Romans who established the oyster beds, through to the flora and fauna found only here in our very own Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The tour includes tips on where the locals go for the best food, drink and cakes away from the well known tourist spots. You will also receive a colour, illustrated map of the Whitstable Coastal Trail to help you explore even further at your own pace.

Guided Whitstable Photo Tour FAQs

  • Getting to Kent

    The nearest major airport is Gatwick with quick connections to London.  From here, either take a bus or get a train from London St Pancras and down to Whitstable on the High Speed train.  Ferries arrive into Dover daily and the Channel Tunnel also provides easy access into Kent with a vehicle. From here it is a 40 minute drive north to Whitstable.

  • Date


  • Duration

    2.5 Hours

  • Group Size


  • Included

    • Extended illustrated walking map for the Whitstable Coastal Trail

    • Photo Tuition & Camera Help

  • Excluded

    • Transport, food and drinks.