Photography Expedition to Iceland
Single Supplement: ₹73087
Iceland is a country of extreme contrasts. Widely known as “The Land of Fire and Ice”, Iceland is home to some of the largest glaciers in Europe, and some of the world’s most active volcanoes.
Iceland is also the land of light and darkness. Long summer days with near 24-hours of sunshine are offset by short winter days with only few hours of daylight.
Iceland in the early fall is a very special time. The Moss and grasses are vibrant green; the days are fairly normal in length & darkness at night started to come in & we start to have the chance for Aurora Borealis. Iceland is known for its beautiful Waterfalls, Jagged mountain peaks, infinite Ocean, Glaciers, Icebergs of all sizes, beautiful Churches, Ancient ruins & more. It’s a paradise for photographers imagine photographing all these locations during golden light, with dancing Northern Lights during the nights. It’s so satisfying all your worries melt away as you escape to capture the exquisite beauty before you at every turn.
Pre Tour Analysis:
Each registered participant will be requested to submit their landscape/portrait related images. Our panel will analyze each image to see how to guide each individual during the tour to help them enhance their skills. We will also provide individual feedback to each submitted image and suggest improvement points.
During the Tour:
Based on the analytical data available with us post “Pre Tour Analysis” we will provide individualized attention to all and ensure they work on their weaknesses and enhance their skills. Evening Gup Shup sessions will be learning-oriented and practical tips will be provided based on the mistakes committed by participants during the day.
We shall also have at least one evening session dedicated to post-processing workflow to help them become a complete photographer.
After the tour:
Each participant will be required to submit 3 of his or her best images from the tour. Each image will be analyzed and constructive feedback will be provided. Best of the lot will make it to our website and blog; and will be aggressively promoted on FB.
DAY 01 (Sept 18) Arrive at Reykjavik:
Proceed with Immigration/Baggage Claim procedures. Private transfer directly from airport to Reykjavik. Check into the hotel and get out to explore the city if time permits.
Day 02 (Sept 19) Reykjanesta – Gullfoss – Burafoss.
Sunrise at Reykjanesta – 1 of the nearby attraction After finishing shoot will explore few areas nearby to shoot Bruarfoss.
Sunset at Gullfoss – It is one of the biggest Waterfall…
DAY 03 (Sept 20)
We will Checkout from the Hotel and head South Sunset at Seljalandsfoss
Seljalandsfoss: One of the most romantic Waterfalls where u can go behind the waterfall and Take Epic Sunset Image.
DAY 04 (Sept 21) Sunrise at Skogafoss –
Skogafoss is an iconic waterfall in Iceland and The Biggest waterfall in Iceland. Then we head for The City of Vik and Check in at the Hotel and Explore the City and will relax.
Sunset at Black Sand Beach: After shoot at Skogafoss we will explore Solheimasandur Plane Wreck site. Sunset will be at the Reynisdrangar. Its is also called the Black sand beach.The sand is completely black with high tidal wave of the beach make this beach one of the most Beautiful beach in Southern Iceland
DAY 05 (Sept 22) Fjadrargljufur – Svartifoss
Sunrise: We explore this beautiful canyon Sunset: Svartifoss is another hidden
Gem. Northern Lights hunt in the evening.
DAY 06 (Sept 23) Mossy Lava rock & Glacier Lagoon
Mossy Lava Rock are one of the best Location for sunrise in Southern Iceland… We will check out from the Hotel and will move for Hofn district on the way we will shoot few Amazing Landscapes and seascape.
Sunset: Glacier Lagoon aka Ice Beach It is One of the most Photographed Location in Iceland… A must-have in Portfolio…Creativity will be key to create a Perfect and Unique Image… If weather conditions are on our side, we will stay late for some Astro shoot or Some Northern Light Shoot.
DAY 07 (Sept 24) Stokksnes & Hofn
Sunrise: Stokksnes This is Location is also known as The majestic Peaks of Mt.Vestrahorn.
Sunset Hofn District We Will explore The Beautiful District of Hofn for the Sunset.
DAY 8 (Sept 25) Akureyri – Godafoss
Sunrise: Godafoss Also known as Gods waterfall.
Sunset: Dettifoss This is Location is also reputed to be the most powerful waterfall in Europe.
DAY 9 (Sept 26) Kirkjufell – Búðakirkja
Sunrise: Sunset: Kirkjufell The most photographed Location. During the day we visit Búðakirkja which is Iceland’s oldest church.
DAY 10 (Sept 27) Kirkjufell –
Budir Black Church We explore places around Kirkjufell and even continue to explore the iconic mountain in different lighting conditions. We also cover the Budir Black Church and do hope to capture majestic Northern Lights here.
DAY 11 (Sept 28) Reyjkavik
We explore the beautiful Reyjkavik city. Its more of a relaxing and unwinding day after a long but enthralling tour.
DAY 12 (Sept 29) Transfer to Airport
We start our onward journey or journey back home depending upon whether we have opted for extension tour to Norway or not. Whatever be the case we take our journey with fond memories of dancing green lights and a satisfaction of having ticked the most important part of our bucket list – Iceland.
Book for the event
• All land transport during the tour
• Accommodation during the tour
**Accommodation is on two/four people sharing basis, as few cottages have 2 bed rooms**
**Each accomodation in hotel will have private bathroom. If it’s cottage 1 bathroom will be shared by 4 person.
**Single room is available on request & it will cost extra Euro 650 and has to be paid alongwith Registration Fee
**Breakfast is free if we are in the hotel during / mentioned breakfast time but if we decide to shoot outside each one have to take care of the breakfast by themselves.
• Full car insurance
What's not Included
• GST @5%
• Any airfare or airport tax
• Lunch and Dinner on all tour days
• Other coach transport than specified in the itinerary
• Other activities or entrance fees than specified above
• Any tips/gratuities to hotel/restaurant staff
• Personal Medical and Travel insurance
• Additional costs due to flight cancellation, road blocks etc
• Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.
Events Terms & Conditions
* You are required to fill and sign the Travel Declaration. Kindly download the file available above sign it and in the next step upload the same.
– How different are tours and photo tours?
Unlike travel agents who plan your holiday based on what is hot in that season with almost no inclination to offer you what you would want to see, Photo Tours are innovative ways to experience a place through the guidance of a professional photographer. All of our photo tours are fun with a loads of learning and knowledge sharing. Moreover, since the group consists of photography enthusiasts only it makes your experience your experience more focused and fun filled.
– What is the suggested equipment for this tour?
Wide angle lenses like 10-22 or 16-35 are required to capture the beautiful landscapes and cover the majestic grandeur of Iceland. We always advise to carry a tripod to shoot spectacular low light scenes and long exposure images
– I am a rank beginner in photography / I only have a simple point and shoot camera. Can I be a part of this tour?
Oh yes very much! We always encourage every nature and travel enthusiast whether an experienced photographer or not to attend such organized photo tours. Feel free to be a part of this tour and get to take valuable tips home from our skilled team of experts and other participants as well.
– How many participants are expected to share a Room?
All participants are accommodated in twin-sharing rooms. Single supplements are charged extra. Please inquire with us about your single supplement charges.
– How will be the weather during the tour?
Iceland and Norway are mostly windy. Wind at times can be very strong. This causes wind-chill and it may appear colder than normal.
– Will there be any trekking involved?
No. There will not be any trekking involved.