We are pleased to announce that from September 2012 we will be offering privately guided tours of one or two days in addition to our scheduled tours. Travelling in our own private 4×4 vehicle we will take between one and three people per tour; this is a great way to photograph in Iceland with the flexibility to choose when, where and on the dates that suit you.
The Snaefellsnes Peninsula is considered by many to be one of Iceland’s most beautiful landscapes and it is Just two and a half hours drive (without stops) from Reykjavík. The volcanic crater in Snæfellsjökul was described by author Jules Verne as the starting point of a ‘Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ Essentially this is a place of seascapes and unusually shaped volcanic mountains.
The Reykjanes peninsula is marked by active volcanism close to and breaking through the surface as steaming fumaroles and bubbling mud pots. The large lava fields, allow little vegetation but display rich earth colours contrasting beautifully with the deep blue and green waters of the lakes we photograph.
South Iceland has some of the most spectacular and easily accessible ice and glacial phenomena in Europe, awesome mountain scenery, Skaftafell National Park, several glacial lagoons, black beaches festooned with sparkling sea washed ice sculptures, incredible waterfalls, the famous Jokulsárlon glacier lagoon, and magnificent views of Iceland’s highest mountain Hvannadalshnúkur from the Svínafellsjokull glacier