4-Day Winter Photography Tour | Ice Caves, Northern Lights and More

No credit card fees
No booking fees
Duration
4 days
Difficulty
Medium
Language
English

Capture the incredible sites of Iceland in winter with this once-in-a-lifetime four-day photography tour. This opportunity is perfect for beginners and experts alike and will build...

Capture the incredible sites of Iceland in winter with this once-in-a-lifetime four-day photography tour. This opportunity is perfect for beginners and experts alike and will build your portfolio with fantastic images.

On this tour, you will be escorted in a range of comfortable vehicles by experienced, friendly, award-winning photography guides, who will not only help you on-site shooting and provide you with many post-processing tips and resources but will tell you about the amazing places you will visit.

This tour is conducted in winter, allowing you to shoot in the unbelievable ice caves beneath Vatnajökull glacier, and capture the ethereal Northern Lights. You will also visit and photograph a range of sites along the Golden Circle and South Coast, including waterfalls and beautiful beaches, and shoot the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.

Accommodation is provided throughout the tour and all driving is done for you, so all you need to focus on is enjoying and capturing Iceland’s stunning nature.

Don’t miss this amazing four-day winter photography tour in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date.

Included

An award-winning photography guide
Transfers with two seats per photographer
Three nights of accommodation
Crampons and boots
Post-processing videos worth $1500
Photography lectures
Pick up from Reykjavik

Activities

Sightseeing
Ice Caving

Attractions

Golden Circle
Reykjavík
Jökulsárlón
Vatnajökull
Skógafoss
Seljalandsfoss
Geysir
Gullfoss
Dyrhólaey
Þingvellir

Daily itinerary

Day 1

The South Coast

On your first day, you will be picked up from Reykjavík and swept along the South Coast to the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. En route, however, you will make stops to photograph a range of different sites.

The first of these are two waterfalls that make for wonderful subjects. Seljalandsfoss is narrow, serene, and has a path that encircles it when it is not too...

Day 2

The Ice Caves

On your second day, you will experience something very few in the world will ever get to; the exploration of an ice cave. Ice caves are very rare formations, so the chance to photograph one from its crystalline depths is one to leap at.

Before you set off to Vatnajökull glacier, you will photograph the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon once more, to catch it beneath...

Day 3

Vatnajokull National Park

On your third day, you will spend more time shooting at Jökulsárlón, as it is ever-changing, ever-beautiful and different under various kinds of natural light this season offers. Of course, you could get lucky and catch a great shot of a seal, - you'll never know!

Then you'll head a little further east, to the ‘Batman Mountain’, Vestrahorn, a beautiful subjec...

Day 4

The Golden Circle

Though your fourth day is your last, you have a range of subjects to shoot before this tour finishes, as you travel along the famous sightseeing route the Golden Circle. Before setting off to it, however, you’ll have an early shoot back at the dramatic beach of Reynisfjara to catch the morning light.

You will visit all three sites of the Golden Circle. One is...

What to bring

Photography Equipment
Warm, waterproof clothes
Good hiking boots

Good to know

Iceland's weather is fickle in winter, so the itinerary may be amended for the interests of safety. The Northern Lights and ice caves are dependent on conditions and cannot be guaranteed, although every effort will be made to photograph them.