Private Tours in Iceland

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Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.
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Private Photo Workshop in the Icelandic Highlands

Join this private photo tour to the amazing Kerlingarfjöll mountains and Hveravellir area in the Icelandic Highlands. These regions are filled with hot springs, geothermal activities, and gorgeous sceneries, perfect for those looking to fill their memory cards with beautiful photographs.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík and taken into the remote and barren highlands. There, an award-winning photoguide will show you the best techniques to capture on film the billowing smoke, bubbling mud pools, and otherworldly colours found there.Kerlingarfjöll is an impressive mountain range, reaching a height of roughly 1500 meters. Located in the central highlands of Iceland, these mountains are volcanic and very colourful. They are composed of red rhyolite and tuff stone and stand in contrast to the dark, surrounding area.There are three geothermal are closeby to Kerlingarfjöll. The best-known of them is perhaps Hveradalir, a fascinating area where the geothermal activity has painted the ground in colours of red, green, and yellow. You will also find many hot springs, fumaroles and alkaline springs there. The area of Kerlingarfjöll is a photogenic wonder, breathtaking in its beauty and diversity.Hveravellir is the largest geothermal regions in Iceland, as well as one of its most beautiful. It is a fascinating site of hot springs, multicoloured sinters, boiling mud pools, smoking fumaroles and impressive lava formations. It is located in the lava field Kjalhraun, between two glaciers, Langjökull and Hofsjökull.After a day of shooting, you can unwind in a lovely hot pool found in Hveravellir area. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the amazing view that surrounds you. Of course, these hot pools are also a wonder to photograph.Book now and enjoy a day photographing the stunning Icelandic highland. This private tour is suited for both expert photographer and those new to the art, so there is no reason to hesitate. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Workshop on the Reykjanes Peninsula

Come along on a private photo tour where you’ll explore the rugged and raw landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula in the company of an award-winning photo guide. You will have the opportunity to photograph wild, black beaches, jagged cliffs rising from the sea, strange rock formations, and geothermal areas with mud pots and hot springs.This is the perfect tour for shutterbugs, expert and amateur alike, who are looking to hone their skills and increase the size of their portfolio with fantastic pictures of the otherworldly Icelandic nature.From Reykjavík city, you will be taken on a day trip to the lunar-like landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula where you’ll shoot both volcanic and geothermal wonders. The peninsula is on the fissure zone of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, meaning that it is neither on the North American nor the Eurasian tectonic plate, but in a valley between.Due to the peninsula’s unique position, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions where once common in this area and these forces of nature have shaped the landscape around. It is here where the ocean meets harsh volcanic rocks and black sand beaches can be found along with seemingly endless lava fields covered with soft moss.Birds are abundant in the summer, as they mostly nest in the jagged cliffs. This provides you with fantastic opportunities to both sharpen your wildlife photography skills and add a variety of photos to your portfolio.In fair weather, the peninsula is also known for great sunsets but during wintertime, the region turns into the perfect place to hunt the elusive Northern Lights. Your professional photo guide will offer you assistance to help you capture the best photos possible of the beautiful Auroras.Explore the strange and fascinating region of the Reykjanes peninsula with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
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Private Golden Circle Photo Tour with Kerid Crater Lake

Photograph some of Iceland’s most iconic sites with this private Golden Circle photo tour. Capture on film the moment the hot spring Strokkur erupts at Geysir geothermal area, the plunging glacial water at Gullfoss waterfall, and the rugged beauty of Þingvellir National Park.Expert and novice shutterbugs alike should not miss this fantastic opportunity to work with award-winning photographers in a private setting. The tour is highly recommended for those looking to hone their skills as you will have a professional photo guide with you every step of the way.You’ll travel from Reykjavík to your first destination, Þingvellir National Park. There, you'll be able to witness the continental drift between the North American and Eurasian plates. You will photograph the cracks and faults that traverse the Þingvellir region and capture the beauty and tranquillity of lake Þingvallavatn and the small but charming Öxarárfoss waterfall.Next, you will visit the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall which can be photographed from various points of view. Gullfoss produces a massive amount of water when plunging down into an ancient canyon, spraying mist in all directions and making the scenery and photographs especially impressive.Thereafter, you will visit the Geysir area where the geothermal activity has dyed the earth in otherworldly colours. The erupting geyser, Strokkur, will surely test your photography skills when it spouts water 15-20 metres in the air every 5-10 minutes.The last stop will be the colourful volcanic crater, Kerið. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to photograph the dramatic and contrasting colours in the area. The blue water looks fantastic against the red volcanic rocks and the green moss found there in the summertime.Pick up your camera and head out into the stunning Icelandic nature to capture some of the country’s most beloved sights on film with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
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Private Landmannalaugar Photo Tour

Join this private super jeep tour where an award-winning photoguide will take you off-the-beaten-path to the Highlands, one of the most remote places in Iceland. Expert and novice photographers alike looking to fill their portfolio with stunning, otherworldly pictures of the Icelandic nature should grab this chance now.On a private super jeep, you’ll head from Reykjavík and into the mountain where you’ll be driven on gravel roads and across rivers to capture the best view of the rugged landscape of Landmannalaugar in the HighlandsThis area is one of Iceland’s hidden gems with its colourful, rhyolite mountains, basalt rock formations, and geothermal bathing pools which are bordered by steep black lava fields and gorgeous waterfalls.Our route leads first through the Þjórsárdalur Valley where we will stop to shoot the beautiful Hjálparfoss waterfall. This unique cascade falls in a double stream and is joined at the base in a very large plunge pool which is surrounded by rugged lava formations.Then, we will also stop to shoot two beautiful volcanic crater lakes, Bláhylur and Ljótipollur, as well as the lake Frostastaðavatn, before we reach our main destination in the Landmannalaugar region.Once we arrive, we will take an easy hike to the volcano Bláhnúkur to have a beautiful panoramic view over Landmannalaugar Valley. After that, you will have time to relax and bathe in the natural hot springs next to the lava fields. There, both hot and cold water flow out from beneath Laugahraun lava field. When combined in a natural pool, it creates the perfect bathing temperature.When we head back to Reykjavík, we will take a different route to have a great view of the legendary Hekla volcano which was once believed to be the gateway to Hell.Explore the otherworldly region of Landmannalaugar with this fantastic photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Tour of the South Coast of Iceland

Join this private photo tour to the scenic South Coast and fill your memory card with beautiful pictures of the Icelandic nature. This is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced photographers who are looking to sharpen their skills behind their camera as you will be accompanied by an award-winning photo guide every step of the way.You’ll be picked up from Reykjavík city and driven along the South Coast where majestic glaciers tower over the road in the north and the glittering Atlantic Ocean is visible in the south.Your first stop is at two vastly different but equally stunning waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. The former falls in a narrow stream over a cave in the cliffs. The cave allows visitors to step behind the curtain of water to shoot the cascade for an unusual angle.Skógafoss, on the other hand, is much wider and more powerful. The land underneath it is very flat, allowing you to walk right up to falling springwater This provides you with the opportunity to show the scale of this mighty waterfall in your photographs.Then, you’ll head further east, to the peninsula Dyrhólaey where you’ll be able to photograph the impressive lighthouse found there, the unusual rock arch which protrudes out from the mainland, and surrounding black sand beach. In the summer, the area is teeming with puffins while in the winter, the black sands are blanketed in white snow, providing great contrasting colours to your photographs.Before you head back to Reykjavík, you’ll visit Reynisfjara black sand beach found by the village of Vík. Here, you can capture the roaring Atlantic Ocean as it pounds against Reynisdrangar, rock stacks which jut out of the sea like terrifying trolls.Book this private photo tour now and fill your portfolio with images of the stunning Icelandic nature. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Private Photo Tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Travel to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula on this private photography tour and have an award-winning photoguide take you to some of the most scenic locations in the country. This is the perfect opportunity for photographers, experience and novice alike, to capture the diversity of the Icelandic nature on film.Snæfellsnes is sometimes called "Iceland in Miniature", because of the many diverse sites that can be found there. Most of the coastline is dotted with small villages with a dramatic backdrop of beautiful mountain ranges or the wild crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík by a large 4x4 jeep. From there, you’ll travel past the city mountain Esja and up the West Coast until you reach Snæfellsnes. The mighty Snæfellsjökull glacier will loom over you throughout your journey of the peninsula.Among our focal points is the romantic, windswept hamlet of Búðir with its charming, jet-black Búðakirkja church and surrounding moss-covered lava field. You’ll also visit the beach by the village Arnarstapi where you’ll find spectacular rock formations as well as a rich birdlife.There is also the impressive Mount Kirkjufell and the beautiful Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, situated by the fishing town Grundarfjörður. Winter offers the chance of photographing the scenery with the Northern Lights while the area is blanketed in snow and ice while you can capture the scene under the Midnight Sun in the summer.The dramatic Lóndrangar sea stacks are volcanic basalt plugs that rise from the shore on the southern end of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Here you can sense nature’s power, vividness and beauty, as the area has been uniquely shaped by sea and winds over time.Fill your portfolio with unique photographs of the beautiful Icelandic nature on this private photo workshop on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Northern Lights Photo Workshop in a Small Group

Come along on this fantastic small-group Northern Lights tour where you’ll join top photographers in capturing the dancing Aurora Borealis over Iceland’s epic landscapes. This is the perfect opportunity for aspiring shutterbugs or simply those looking to hone their skills to take home fantastic pictures and memories from Iceland.You’ll be picked up in the evening by an award-winning photo guide in a modified 4x4 vehicle. These cars are specially designed to go off-the-beaten-path, to locations where the big tour buses cannot. This means that you will shoot the Northern Lights in a secluded place, far away from all crowds.The Northern Lights can best be seen in darkness, so you’ll drive away from the bright city lights and be taken into the dark countryside. Once you are at the perfect spot to see the lights, your guide will help you set up your camera to best capture the green lights and the stunning surrounding nature.The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that only appears in the wintertime. Shooting them can be very tricky but your professional guide will help you with the right camera setting so you can bring home with you incredible images of these bright green, pink, or white lights dancing above the evening sky.Make sure you’ll dress warmly because you will be spending some time shooting the lights in the cold Icelandic winter. To keep you extra warm, however, you will be offered hot chocolate or a shot of spirit, should you want something stronger.After you’ve got some beautiful shots of the Northern Lights swirling around in the sky, it is time to hop back up on the 4x4 and head to Reykjavík with equipped with fantastic photos to fill your portfolio.Capture the magic of the Northern Lights on film with this fantastic small-group photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.

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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.
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Duration:
2days
Available:
All year
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Duration:
3days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
5days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Private Photo Workshop in the Icelandic Highlands

Join this private photo tour to the amazing Kerlingarfjöll mountains and Hveravellir area in the Icelandic Highlands. These regions are filled with hot springs, geothermal activities, and gorgeous sceneries, perfect for those looking to fill their memory cards with beautiful photographs.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík and taken into the remote and barren highlands. There, an award-winning photoguide will show you the best techniques to capture on film the billowing smoke, bubbling mud pools, and otherworldly colours found there.Kerlingarfjöll is an impressive mountain range, reaching a height of roughly 1500 meters. Located in the central highlands of Iceland, these mountains are volcanic and very colourful. They are composed of red rhyolite and tuff stone and stand in contrast to the dark, surrounding area.There are three geothermal are closeby to Kerlingarfjöll. The best-known of them is perhaps Hveradalir, a fascinating area where the geothermal activity has painted the ground in colours of red, green, and yellow. You will also find many hot springs, fumaroles and alkaline springs there. The area of Kerlingarfjöll is a photogenic wonder, breathtaking in its beauty and diversity.Hveravellir is the largest geothermal regions in Iceland, as well as one of its most beautiful. It is a fascinating site of hot springs, multicoloured sinters, boiling mud pools, smoking fumaroles and impressive lava formations. It is located in the lava field Kjalhraun, between two glaciers, Langjökull and Hofsjökull.After a day of shooting, you can unwind in a lovely hot pool found in Hveravellir area. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the amazing view that surrounds you. Of course, these hot pools are also a wonder to photograph.Book now and enjoy a day photographing the stunning Icelandic highland. This private tour is suited for both expert photographer and those new to the art, so there is no reason to hesitate. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Workshop on the Reykjanes Peninsula

Come along on a private photo tour where you’ll explore the rugged and raw landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula in the company of an award-winning photo guide. You will have the opportunity to photograph wild, black beaches, jagged cliffs rising from the sea, strange rock formations, and geothermal areas with mud pots and hot springs.This is the perfect tour for shutterbugs, expert and amateur alike, who are looking to hone their skills and increase the size of their portfolio with fantastic pictures of the otherworldly Icelandic nature.From Reykjavík city, you will be taken on a day trip to the lunar-like landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula where you’ll shoot both volcanic and geothermal wonders. The peninsula is on the fissure zone of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, meaning that it is neither on the North American nor the Eurasian tectonic plate, but in a valley between.Due to the peninsula’s unique position, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions where once common in this area and these forces of nature have shaped the landscape around. It is here where the ocean meets harsh volcanic rocks and black sand beaches can be found along with seemingly endless lava fields covered with soft moss.Birds are abundant in the summer, as they mostly nest in the jagged cliffs. This provides you with fantastic opportunities to both sharpen your wildlife photography skills and add a variety of photos to your portfolio.In fair weather, the peninsula is also known for great sunsets but during wintertime, the region turns into the perfect place to hunt the elusive Northern Lights. Your professional photo guide will offer you assistance to help you capture the best photos possible of the beautiful Auroras.Explore the strange and fascinating region of the Reykjanes peninsula with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
See more

Private Golden Circle Photo Tour with Kerid Crater Lake

Photograph some of Iceland’s most iconic sites with this private Golden Circle photo tour. Capture on film the moment the hot spring Strokkur erupts at Geysir geothermal area, the plunging glacial water at Gullfoss waterfall, and the rugged beauty of Þingvellir National Park.Expert and novice shutterbugs alike should not miss this fantastic opportunity to work with award-winning photographers in a private setting. The tour is highly recommended for those looking to hone their skills as you will have a professional photo guide with you every step of the way.You’ll travel from Reykjavík to your first destination, Þingvellir National Park. There, you'll be able to witness the continental drift between the North American and Eurasian plates. You will photograph the cracks and faults that traverse the Þingvellir region and capture the beauty and tranquillity of lake Þingvallavatn and the small but charming Öxarárfoss waterfall.Next, you will visit the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall which can be photographed from various points of view. Gullfoss produces a massive amount of water when plunging down into an ancient canyon, spraying mist in all directions and making the scenery and photographs especially impressive.Thereafter, you will visit the Geysir area where the geothermal activity has dyed the earth in otherworldly colours. The erupting geyser, Strokkur, will surely test your photography skills when it spouts water 15-20 metres in the air every 5-10 minutes.The last stop will be the colourful volcanic crater, Kerið. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to photograph the dramatic and contrasting colours in the area. The blue water looks fantastic against the red volcanic rocks and the green moss found there in the summertime.Pick up your camera and head out into the stunning Icelandic nature to capture some of the country’s most beloved sights on film with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
See more

Private Landmannalaugar Photo Tour

Join this private super jeep tour where an award-winning photoguide will take you off-the-beaten-path to the Highlands, one of the most remote places in Iceland. Expert and novice photographers alike looking to fill their portfolio with stunning, otherworldly pictures of the Icelandic nature should grab this chance now.On a private super jeep, you’ll head from Reykjavík and into the mountain where you’ll be driven on gravel roads and across rivers to capture the best view of the rugged landscape of Landmannalaugar in the HighlandsThis area is one of Iceland’s hidden gems with its colourful, rhyolite mountains, basalt rock formations, and geothermal bathing pools which are bordered by steep black lava fields and gorgeous waterfalls.Our route leads first through the Þjórsárdalur Valley where we will stop to shoot the beautiful Hjálparfoss waterfall. This unique cascade falls in a double stream and is joined at the base in a very large plunge pool which is surrounded by rugged lava formations.Then, we will also stop to shoot two beautiful volcanic crater lakes, Bláhylur and Ljótipollur, as well as the lake Frostastaðavatn, before we reach our main destination in the Landmannalaugar region.Once we arrive, we will take an easy hike to the volcano Bláhnúkur to have a beautiful panoramic view over Landmannalaugar Valley. After that, you will have time to relax and bathe in the natural hot springs next to the lava fields. There, both hot and cold water flow out from beneath Laugahraun lava field. When combined in a natural pool, it creates the perfect bathing temperature.When we head back to Reykjavík, we will take a different route to have a great view of the legendary Hekla volcano which was once believed to be the gateway to Hell.Explore the otherworldly region of Landmannalaugar with this fantastic photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Tour of the South Coast of Iceland

Join this private photo tour to the scenic South Coast and fill your memory card with beautiful pictures of the Icelandic nature. This is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced photographers who are looking to sharpen their skills behind their camera as you will be accompanied by an award-winning photo guide every step of the way.You’ll be picked up from Reykjavík city and driven along the South Coast where majestic glaciers tower over the road in the north and the glittering Atlantic Ocean is visible in the south.Your first stop is at two vastly different but equally stunning waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. The former falls in a narrow stream over a cave in the cliffs. The cave allows visitors to step behind the curtain of water to shoot the cascade for an unusual angle.Skógafoss, on the other hand, is much wider and more powerful. The land underneath it is very flat, allowing you to walk right up to falling springwater This provides you with the opportunity to show the scale of this mighty waterfall in your photographs.Then, you’ll head further east, to the peninsula Dyrhólaey where you’ll be able to photograph the impressive lighthouse found there, the unusual rock arch which protrudes out from the mainland, and surrounding black sand beach. In the summer, the area is teeming with puffins while in the winter, the black sands are blanketed in white snow, providing great contrasting colours to your photographs.Before you head back to Reykjavík, you’ll visit Reynisfjara black sand beach found by the village of Vík. Here, you can capture the roaring Atlantic Ocean as it pounds against Reynisdrangar, rock stacks which jut out of the sea like terrifying trolls.Book this private photo tour now and fill your portfolio with images of the stunning Icelandic nature. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Private Photo Tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Travel to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula on this private photography tour and have an award-winning photoguide take you to some of the most scenic locations in the country. This is the perfect opportunity for photographers, experience and novice alike, to capture the diversity of the Icelandic nature on film.Snæfellsnes is sometimes called "Iceland in Miniature", because of the many diverse sites that can be found there. Most of the coastline is dotted with small villages with a dramatic backdrop of beautiful mountain ranges or the wild crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík by a large 4x4 jeep. From there, you’ll travel past the city mountain Esja and up the West Coast until you reach Snæfellsnes. The mighty Snæfellsjökull glacier will loom over you throughout your journey of the peninsula.Among our focal points is the romantic, windswept hamlet of Búðir with its charming, jet-black Búðakirkja church and surrounding moss-covered lava field. You’ll also visit the beach by the village Arnarstapi where you’ll find spectacular rock formations as well as a rich birdlife.There is also the impressive Mount Kirkjufell and the beautiful Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, situated by the fishing town Grundarfjörður. Winter offers the chance of photographing the scenery with the Northern Lights while the area is blanketed in snow and ice while you can capture the scene under the Midnight Sun in the summer.The dramatic Lóndrangar sea stacks are volcanic basalt plugs that rise from the shore on the southern end of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Here you can sense nature’s power, vividness and beauty, as the area has been uniquely shaped by sea and winds over time.Fill your portfolio with unique photographs of the beautiful Icelandic nature on this private photo workshop on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
See more

Northern Lights Photo Workshop in a Small Group

Come along on this fantastic small-group Northern Lights tour where you’ll join top photographers in capturing the dancing Aurora Borealis over Iceland’s epic landscapes. This is the perfect opportunity for aspiring shutterbugs or simply those looking to hone their skills to take home fantastic pictures and memories from Iceland.You’ll be picked up in the evening by an award-winning photo guide in a modified 4x4 vehicle. These cars are specially designed to go off-the-beaten-path, to locations where the big tour buses cannot. This means that you will shoot the Northern Lights in a secluded place, far away from all crowds.The Northern Lights can best be seen in darkness, so you’ll drive away from the bright city lights and be taken into the dark countryside. Once you are at the perfect spot to see the lights, your guide will help you set up your camera to best capture the green lights and the stunning surrounding nature.The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that only appears in the wintertime. Shooting them can be very tricky but your professional guide will help you with the right camera setting so you can bring home with you incredible images of these bright green, pink, or white lights dancing above the evening sky.Make sure you’ll dress warmly because you will be spending some time shooting the lights in the cold Icelandic winter. To keep you extra warm, however, you will be offered hot chocolate or a shot of spirit, should you want something stronger.After you’ve got some beautiful shots of the Northern Lights swirling around in the sky, it is time to hop back up on the 4x4 and head to Reykjavík with equipped with fantastic photos to fill your portfolio.Capture the magic of the Northern Lights on film with this fantastic small-group photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.

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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.
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Duration:
3days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
5days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Private Photo Workshop in the Icelandic Highlands

Join this private photo tour to the amazing Kerlingarfjöll mountains and Hveravellir area in the Icelandic Highlands. These regions are filled with hot springs, geothermal activities, and gorgeous sceneries, perfect for those looking to fill their memory cards with beautiful photographs.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík and taken into the remote and barren highlands. There, an award-winning photoguide will show you the best techniques to capture on film the billowing smoke, bubbling mud pools, and otherworldly colours found there.Kerlingarfjöll is an impressive mountain range, reaching a height of roughly 1500 meters. Located in the central highlands of Iceland, these mountains are volcanic and very colourful. They are composed of red rhyolite and tuff stone and stand in contrast to the dark, surrounding area.There are three geothermal are closeby to Kerlingarfjöll. The best-known of them is perhaps Hveradalir, a fascinating area where the geothermal activity has painted the ground in colours of red, green, and yellow. You will also find many hot springs, fumaroles and alkaline springs there. The area of Kerlingarfjöll is a photogenic wonder, breathtaking in its beauty and diversity.Hveravellir is the largest geothermal regions in Iceland, as well as one of its most beautiful. It is a fascinating site of hot springs, multicoloured sinters, boiling mud pools, smoking fumaroles and impressive lava formations. It is located in the lava field Kjalhraun, between two glaciers, Langjökull and Hofsjökull.After a day of shooting, you can unwind in a lovely hot pool found in Hveravellir area. It is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the amazing view that surrounds you. Of course, these hot pools are also a wonder to photograph.Book now and enjoy a day photographing the stunning Icelandic highland. This private tour is suited for both expert photographer and those new to the art, so there is no reason to hesitate. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Workshop on the Reykjanes Peninsula

Come along on a private photo tour where you’ll explore the rugged and raw landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula in the company of an award-winning photo guide. You will have the opportunity to photograph wild, black beaches, jagged cliffs rising from the sea, strange rock formations, and geothermal areas with mud pots and hot springs.This is the perfect tour for shutterbugs, expert and amateur alike, who are looking to hone their skills and increase the size of their portfolio with fantastic pictures of the otherworldly Icelandic nature.From Reykjavík city, you will be taken on a day trip to the lunar-like landscapes of the Reykjanes peninsula where you’ll shoot both volcanic and geothermal wonders. The peninsula is on the fissure zone of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, meaning that it is neither on the North American nor the Eurasian tectonic plate, but in a valley between.Due to the peninsula’s unique position, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions where once common in this area and these forces of nature have shaped the landscape around. It is here where the ocean meets harsh volcanic rocks and black sand beaches can be found along with seemingly endless lava fields covered with soft moss.Birds are abundant in the summer, as they mostly nest in the jagged cliffs. This provides you with fantastic opportunities to both sharpen your wildlife photography skills and add a variety of photos to your portfolio.In fair weather, the peninsula is also known for great sunsets but during wintertime, the region turns into the perfect place to hunt the elusive Northern Lights. Your professional photo guide will offer you assistance to help you capture the best photos possible of the beautiful Auroras.Explore the strange and fascinating region of the Reykjanes peninsula with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
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Private Golden Circle Photo Tour with Kerid Crater Lake

Photograph some of Iceland’s most iconic sites with this private Golden Circle photo tour. Capture on film the moment the hot spring Strokkur erupts at Geysir geothermal area, the plunging glacial water at Gullfoss waterfall, and the rugged beauty of Þingvellir National Park.Expert and novice shutterbugs alike should not miss this fantastic opportunity to work with award-winning photographers in a private setting. The tour is highly recommended for those looking to hone their skills as you will have a professional photo guide with you every step of the way.You’ll travel from Reykjavík to your first destination, Þingvellir National Park. There, you'll be able to witness the continental drift between the North American and Eurasian plates. You will photograph the cracks and faults that traverse the Þingvellir region and capture the beauty and tranquillity of lake Þingvallavatn and the small but charming Öxarárfoss waterfall.Next, you will visit the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall which can be photographed from various points of view. Gullfoss produces a massive amount of water when plunging down into an ancient canyon, spraying mist in all directions and making the scenery and photographs especially impressive.Thereafter, you will visit the Geysir area where the geothermal activity has dyed the earth in otherworldly colours. The erupting geyser, Strokkur, will surely test your photography skills when it spouts water 15-20 metres in the air every 5-10 minutes.The last stop will be the colourful volcanic crater, Kerið. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to photograph the dramatic and contrasting colours in the area. The blue water looks fantastic against the red volcanic rocks and the green moss found there in the summertime.Pick up your camera and head out into the stunning Icelandic nature to capture some of the country’s most beloved sights on film with this private photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
11hours
Available:
All year
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Private Landmannalaugar Photo Tour

Join this private super jeep tour where an award-winning photoguide will take you off-the-beaten-path to the Highlands, one of the most remote places in Iceland. Expert and novice photographers alike looking to fill their portfolio with stunning, otherworldly pictures of the Icelandic nature should grab this chance now.On a private super jeep, you’ll head from Reykjavík and into the mountain where you’ll be driven on gravel roads and across rivers to capture the best view of the rugged landscape of Landmannalaugar in the HighlandsThis area is one of Iceland’s hidden gems with its colourful, rhyolite mountains, basalt rock formations, and geothermal bathing pools which are bordered by steep black lava fields and gorgeous waterfalls.Our route leads first through the Þjórsárdalur Valley where we will stop to shoot the beautiful Hjálparfoss waterfall. This unique cascade falls in a double stream and is joined at the base in a very large plunge pool which is surrounded by rugged lava formations.Then, we will also stop to shoot two beautiful volcanic crater lakes, Bláhylur and Ljótipollur, as well as the lake Frostastaðavatn, before we reach our main destination in the Landmannalaugar region.Once we arrive, we will take an easy hike to the volcano Bláhnúkur to have a beautiful panoramic view over Landmannalaugar Valley. After that, you will have time to relax and bathe in the natural hot springs next to the lava fields. There, both hot and cold water flow out from beneath Laugahraun lava field. When combined in a natural pool, it creates the perfect bathing temperature.When we head back to Reykjavík, we will take a different route to have a great view of the legendary Hekla volcano which was once believed to be the gateway to Hell.Explore the otherworldly region of Landmannalaugar with this fantastic photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
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Private Photo Tour of the South Coast of Iceland

Join this private photo tour to the scenic South Coast and fill your memory card with beautiful pictures of the Icelandic nature. This is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced photographers who are looking to sharpen their skills behind their camera as you will be accompanied by an award-winning photo guide every step of the way.You’ll be picked up from Reykjavík city and driven along the South Coast where majestic glaciers tower over the road in the north and the glittering Atlantic Ocean is visible in the south.Your first stop is at two vastly different but equally stunning waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. The former falls in a narrow stream over a cave in the cliffs. The cave allows visitors to step behind the curtain of water to shoot the cascade for an unusual angle.Skógafoss, on the other hand, is much wider and more powerful. The land underneath it is very flat, allowing you to walk right up to falling springwater This provides you with the opportunity to show the scale of this mighty waterfall in your photographs.Then, you’ll head further east, to the peninsula Dyrhólaey where you’ll be able to photograph the impressive lighthouse found there, the unusual rock arch which protrudes out from the mainland, and surrounding black sand beach. In the summer, the area is teeming with puffins while in the winter, the black sands are blanketed in white snow, providing great contrasting colours to your photographs.Before you head back to Reykjavík, you’ll visit Reynisfjara black sand beach found by the village of Vík. Here, you can capture the roaring Atlantic Ocean as it pounds against Reynisdrangar, rock stacks which jut out of the sea like terrifying trolls.Book this private photo tour now and fill your portfolio with images of the stunning Icelandic nature. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Private Photo Tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Travel to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula on this private photography tour and have an award-winning photoguide take you to some of the most scenic locations in the country. This is the perfect opportunity for photographers, experience and novice alike, to capture the diversity of the Icelandic nature on film.Snæfellsnes is sometimes called "Iceland in Miniature", because of the many diverse sites that can be found there. Most of the coastline is dotted with small villages with a dramatic backdrop of beautiful mountain ranges or the wild crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean.You and your group will be picked up from Reykjavík by a large 4x4 jeep. From there, you’ll travel past the city mountain Esja and up the West Coast until you reach Snæfellsnes. The mighty Snæfellsjökull glacier will loom over you throughout your journey of the peninsula.Among our focal points is the romantic, windswept hamlet of Búðir with its charming, jet-black Búðakirkja church and surrounding moss-covered lava field. You’ll also visit the beach by the village Arnarstapi where you’ll find spectacular rock formations as well as a rich birdlife.There is also the impressive Mount Kirkjufell and the beautiful Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, situated by the fishing town Grundarfjörður. Winter offers the chance of photographing the scenery with the Northern Lights while the area is blanketed in snow and ice while you can capture the scene under the Midnight Sun in the summer.The dramatic Lóndrangar sea stacks are volcanic basalt plugs that rise from the shore on the southern end of the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Here you can sense nature’s power, vividness and beauty, as the area has been uniquely shaped by sea and winds over time.Fill your portfolio with unique photographs of the beautiful Icelandic nature on this private photo workshop on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
12hours
Available:
All year
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Northern Lights Photo Workshop in a Small Group

Come along on this fantastic small-group Northern Lights tour where you’ll join top photographers in capturing the dancing Aurora Borealis over Iceland’s epic landscapes. This is the perfect opportunity for aspiring shutterbugs or simply those looking to hone their skills to take home fantastic pictures and memories from Iceland.You’ll be picked up in the evening by an award-winning photo guide in a modified 4x4 vehicle. These cars are specially designed to go off-the-beaten-path, to locations where the big tour buses cannot. This means that you will shoot the Northern Lights in a secluded place, far away from all crowds.The Northern Lights can best be seen in darkness, so you’ll drive away from the bright city lights and be taken into the dark countryside. Once you are at the perfect spot to see the lights, your guide will help you set up your camera to best capture the green lights and the stunning surrounding nature.The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon that only appears in the wintertime. Shooting them can be very tricky but your professional guide will help you with the right camera setting so you can bring home with you incredible images of these bright green, pink, or white lights dancing above the evening sky.Make sure you’ll dress warmly because you will be spending some time shooting the lights in the cold Icelandic winter. To keep you extra warm, however, you will be offered hot chocolate or a shot of spirit, should you want something stronger.After you’ve got some beautiful shots of the Northern Lights swirling around in the sky, it is time to hop back up on the 4x4 and head to Reykjavík with equipped with fantastic photos to fill your portfolio.Capture the magic of the Northern Lights on film with this fantastic small-group photo tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Aug. - Apr.
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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.

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Private Tours in Iceland

Private tours in Iceland are dedicated to realising the travel experience that you desire, from keeping the groups small to photo guides who will provide you with the care and attention you deserve.