Iceland - The North, May 2018
7-night Photography Tour with Paul Sansome
Our first location is the Snaefellsnes Peninsular (photo above).
Photographic highlights including the black church of Budir, Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, coves and beaches, and the brilliantly named Berzerk lava field.
Our next highlight should be Hvitserkur. This is a well-known rock formation in the sea that resembles a dinosaur. However, it is also a particularly rewarding stretch of coastline with seals and birdlife as well as big views along Iceland’s north coast.
There are a lot of things to fit into the two days we have in the Lake Myvatn area. It has geothermal activity, wild canyons, and the interest around the lake itself. Our days will include; Husavik (plus option to go whale watching), View north coast over Oxarfjordur, black sand beach at Lonsos, Dettifoss (Europe's mightiest waterfall) and Gulfoss (photogenic falls, below), lava formations, Njamafjall bubbling mud pools, birdlife, etc.
We explore the less visited north coastline, centred in the remote harbour town of Siglufjordur.
We spend one night in the capital, Reykjavik, which has a number of photographic highlights including the Harpa cocert hall, Hallgrímskirkja church and downtown buildings.
Cost (Max client numbers: 4):
If 4 clients: £1850 (Single supplement £280).
If 3 clients: £2050 (Single supplement £280).
This covers accommodation (with private bathroom), breakfasts, transport in 4x4 car and photography tuition