What will I see?
We do not have any fixed itinerary for our tours, Why?
We like to be flexible and choose the best locations based on conditions. The light, time of year and the weather are critical components in providing our customers with the best photographic opportunities. But we will of course do our absolute best to meet your needs and requests and do everything in our power to make your plans work out.
Below are some of the attractions we might visit on this tour, amongst many other fascinating locations.
See gallery at the bottom of this page.
Gallery with images shot on this tour.
When travelling along the south coast we will visit some of Iceland‘s majestic waterfalls. Seljalandsfoss is an iconic waterfall, dropping 60 meters (200ft) and you can witness its power first hand taking a footpath behind it.
This is one of the biggest waterfall in Iceland with a drop of around 60m and width of 25m. Due to its massive water spray, a rainbow often hovers above it on sunny days, If luck is on our side, a double rainbow will sometimes appear and on moonlit nights you can occasionally witness a moonbow.
Close to Vík í Mýrdal, a small coastal village, Reynisdrangar rise from the sea. These basalt rock formations, nestling beaneath Reynisfjall Mountain are, according to legend, two trolls who were turned into stone, when their plan of pulling a three mast ship ashore took too long and the sun rose earlier than they expected, leaving them standing there for eternity.
The black sandy beach with these stacks in the backdrop is one of the most fachinating and treacherous beach in Iceland.
Tucked away but only few hunderd meters easy scenic hike, this waterfall is situated near Skógafoss.
This lesser know waterfall is has slowly but surely become an attraction to travellers and photographers alike, just like Seljalands foss
you can walk behind this one but from a photography standpoint great angles can be captured as we apporach it as well.
10 - 12 hour private photography tour
Modified 4x4 Jeep
Hotel pick up and drop off in Reykjavík area
1 -4 people can share the tour
What is Not Included:
Flights to and from Iceland
Travel and health insurance
Meals and drinks
The South Coast
The South Coast of Iceland is by far the country's most diverse area for travel and the atmosphere and lighting conditions in these parts can be out of this world. This area boasts some of the country's most stunning waterfalls and the landscape is rugged and extremely colourful. On one hand, you may have majestic glaciers and on the other, black beaches pounded by the rough seas, or luscious green pastures and friendly brooks.
Available: All year
Price: $1090 USD
For larger groups, please contact us.