Iceland Photo Tours
Grand Winter Photo Tour around Iceland
11 Nights, Winter
From $8.900 per person
During this tour, you will experience Iceland through various weather conditions and have the opportunity to photograph extreme landscapes in ever changing colors. Despite the winter, Iceland is not always covered in snow, and due to the low sun and varied weather conditions between North and South Iceland, the island displays exceptionally beautiful light and contrasts, which give way to plenty of variety in your photographs. We will take advantage of beautiful winter sunrises and sunsets (when presented) which will play a major role in some of the best locations available. We will take Route 1 with a few detours, stopping at the highlights of Iceland´s natural landscape, subject to weather and accessibility during the winter. A big advantage for photographers at this time of the year is that there are fewer people around compared to the summer. During the evenings, we will keep a lookout for the Northern Lights.
Spring Around Iceland Photo Tour
10 Nights, Summer
From $9408 per person
The Spring Around Iceland photographic tour includes West Iceland, the West Fjords, North and Northeast Iceland, Southeast Iceland and the south coast. This tour is aimed at landscape photographers who may also have an interest in bird photography although the focus will primarily be on landscape photography. Late May and early June is the time when all birds are in their prime colors, and we will get to photograph the most interesting bird colonies in Iceland such as the puffin colony at the majestic Látrabjarg Cliffs. During this tour, we will see the many photogenic waterfalls in Iceland, beautiful streams and rivers, the largest glacier in Europe; Vatnajökull Glacier National Park, icebergs, columnar basalt formations, black sand beaches, lava fields, Icelandic horses and a variety of Icelandic weather—all in all, a grand tour. Dates: May20-30th 2018
Highland Adventure Photo Tour
6 Nights, Summer
From $6.397 per person
The highlands are an amazing place to visit, and always full of surprises. The entire highland area is an exceptional place to photograph, as the landscape is full of contrasts and the light and colors are always changing. The mountains attract clouds and rays of the sun often stream through the layers of clouds. The vegetation is mostly moss, so you will see volcanic black sand against varied shades of green colors of moss, and in the Landmannalaugar area, you will see light colors of rhyolite. There are also rivers and streams that help create patterns in our photographs.
Three Day Photo Safari to South Iceland
2 Nights, Winter
From $1,956 per person
In this three-day tour you will get to photograph all the best that South and Southeast Iceland have to offer; spouting hot springs and the Geyser Hot Spring Area, two national parks, Vatnajökull, Europe’s largest glacier, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, lava fields, black sand beaches, columnar basalt formations, waterfalls and whatever might come our way and looks interesting. At night, we will look for the Northern Lights (from October-March). If you have limited time but would like to get a taste of photographing in Iceland—then this is the tour.
Summer Photo Tour - West Fjords and Highlands
Summer, 9 nights
The Summer Iceland photographic tour in July includes West Iceland, the West Fjords, North, the highlands including Kjölur, Landmannalaugar plus other secret places in the interior and The Glacier Lagoon. This tour is aimed at landscape photographers who may also have an interest in bird photography although the focus will primarily be landscape photography. Still, we will get to photograph the most interesting bird colonies in Iceland such as the Puffin colony at the majestic Látrabjarg Cliffs. During this tour, we will see Iceland’s many photogenic waterfalls, beautiful streams and rivers, the largest glacier in Europe in Vatnajökull Glacier National Park, green moss, black sand and rhyolite mountains in the highlands, lava fields and a variety of Icelandic weather—all in all, a grand tour.
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Larry - Oct 29, 2015
Much of what we saw was either really hot or really cold
Tim and I had a memorable first trip to Iceland in late August and early September thanks to your guidance. We now know why Iceland is called the "Land of Fire and Ice". Much of what we sa…
Accessible via a short, five-hour flight from the east coast of the United States, Iceland is a lot closer than you might imagine