Photography Workshops & Photo Tours: Iceland North To South Via Eastfjords And Glaciers, 11-20 March 2018

Dates:  11-20 March 2018  (10 days, 09 nights)   

Cost:  $4440 USD or Euro equivalent, all inclusive (price subject to increase as availability drops) including domestic flight

Availability:  spaces available 

Extended Trip Option for complete Iceland circumnavigation: There is an option to extend your trip a few days to include the Snaefellsness Peninsula and northern Iceland complete circumnavigation of Iceland and the opportunity to visit additional regions around Iceland and experience different weather. Dates: 5-9 March 2018. Learn more and book instantly on this extension's trip page .  

This unique 10 day / 09 night photography expedition features the classic itinerary of the south coast till the Vatnaj√∂kull glacier region including icecaves and Jokulsarlon icebergs, then through the remote Eastfjords, ending with a Northern Iceland and Aurora Borealis photography tour visiting the Myvatn and Akureyri region.

Come explore the legendary land of fire and ice, from northern Iceland's Myvatn area, to classics of the South Coast waterfalls and the Vatnajokull glaciers, to the remote East Fjord region away from the tourist crowds and providing new exciting photographic destinations!   Meant for outdoor photographers of all skill levels who desire to see and photograph Iceland's beauty in winter, on this tour you will experience dramatic mountain scenery, iceberg lagoons, black sand beaches littered with clear ice chunks, geothermal areas, ocean landscapes, waterfalls, and of course, unparalleled chances to view the Aurora Borealis in remoter regions of the country. We'll have a busy schedule, filling our days and nights with rewarding photography opportunities around the island, while staying in excellently situated quality accommodations at night. Read below for a detailed itinerary and further trip information. Read below for a detailed itinerary and further trip information.


For a complete itinerary, trip and booking information, please visit the full trip page over on IcelandPhotography.com.