Glacier lagoon and the south shore spectacles / 5 days
Photographing iceberg on the beach
Icebergs on the Glacier lagoon
Icebergs on the south shore
Rock formations on the south shore
Icebergs on the beach
Photographing the northern lights by the Glacier lagoon
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Glacier lagoon and the south shore spectacles - 5 days


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Highlights of the experience:

  • The Glacier lagoon
  • Icebergs on the beach
  • Ice cave tour - weather depending
  • Fjallsarlon - 2nd glacial lagoon
  • Svínafellsjokull - glacier
  • Majestic waterfalls: Skogafoss, Seljalandsfoss,
  • Amazing sea stacks: Dyrholaey, Reynisdrangar
  • Good chance to capture the northern lights
  • Landscape photographer as a guide


Included tours:

  • Icecaves with a local guide - Weather depending

Tour dates 2016:

  • February 24-28 - Full
  • March 11-15 - Full
  • March 24-28 - Available spots


Tour description:


The South shore offers great opportunities to photograph the amazing Icelandic landscape. The Glacier lagoon with it’s floating icebergs has magnetic attraction. The black sand beaches and its incredible rock formations make stunning works of art.
We’ll photograph the majestic mountains of Europe’s largest glacier, Vatnajökull, that also has amazing sparkling ice caves. The world famous Geyser and the biggest waterfall in Iceland, Gullfoss, a cascading glacial waterfall that falls into a narrow gorge.
This tour has an astonishing number of places to visit and to photograph with a relatively short driving distance from each other. By going in the spring or in the fall you get much better light than during the summer and a lot less traffic. There is also an excellent chance of photographing the northern lights as well.


Notes on weather: Weather in Iceland during winter is unpredictable. The good thing is that it changes all the time. We have a saying in Iceland. "If you don't like the weather, just wait 5 minutes". Having said that you know we can't guarantee anything that relates to weather nor the northern lights that are even more unpredictable. Iceland is still one of very few great places to view and photograph the northern lights and one of the most accessible. The Ice cave may not be accessible on certain days due to rain, wind or other natural conditions.

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