Around Iceland in 10 days
Spring, Summer and Autumn 2018

This tour is for Photographers who want to get the whole Iceland package in ten days and nine nights. Traveling mainly on Route 1 or the Ring Road (Icelandic: Þjóðvegur 1 or Hringvegur) which is a national road in Iceland that runs around the island and connects most of the inhabited parts of the country. The total length of the road is 1,332 kilometres (828 mi) but the average driving is 2.500 km for this trip. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Iceland are on or near the Ring Road. You will see many beautiful waterfalls and rivers, glaciers, icebergs, lavafields, mountains and black sand beaches. You will pass through several National Parks on the route as well as typical icelandic countryside and seaside villages around Iceland. Also you will spot many species of local or migrating birds as you drive around the country.

Day one
Starting with the Golden circle, Thingvellir, Brúarfoss, Geysir, Gullfoss and some more less known locations. Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls visited. Staying for two nights at Vík.

Day two
Sólheimajökull, Dyrhólaey, Reynisfjara, the black beach and Reynisdrangar sea stacks. Exploring gorges and remote paths in the Mýrdalur highlands. Puffins at Reynisfjall cliffs and Dyrhólaey peninsula.

Day three
Heading for Skaftafell via Mýrdalssandur and Skaftáreldahraun lava field, Fjaðrárgljúfur gorge and Kirkjubæjarklaustur. The great mountain Lómagnúpur and the vast stretch of sand and gravel, Skeiðarársandur, arriving to Skaftafell where we take a 45 minutes long hike to Svartifoss waterfall. Staying in the Skaftafell area.

Day four
Morning photo session at the Glacier Lagoon and shooting the icebergs on the beach before heading east to Höfn and Vestrahorn, Stokksnes, Hvalnesskriður and Eystrahorn. Entering East Iceland passing through beautiful fjords with high mountains out to sea. Staying for the night at Hotel Bláfell in Breiðdalsvík.

Day five
Traveling onwards up to Egilsstaðir and into North Iceland, heading for the Lake Mývatn with geothermal area at Námafjall and the great waterfalls Dettifoss and Selfoss. Staying two nights at Fosshóll guesthouse at Goðafoss waterfall.

Day six
Morning photo session at Goðafoss waterfall, one of the most picturesque in Iceland. Lake Mývatn area explored with it's beautiful surroundings. Back for sunset at Goðafoss waterfall and staying at Fosshóll for the night.

Day seven
Driving to Akureyri, the capital of North Iceland and onwards to the west with a few stops on the way. Skagafjörður with the islands of Drangey and Málmey and Hvítserkur sea stack for the sunset. Staying in the north-west part of Iceland for the night.

Day eight and nine
In the morning we head into West Iceland into the photogenic Snæfellsnes peninsula, where we will be for two days. In the area we have for example Mt. Kirkjufell, which we will visit for sunset and sunrise shots. The lava field Berserkjahraun is rough and colorful and the area around Snæfellsjökull glacier is one of the National Parks we pass through with great locations as Arnarstapi cliffs, Lóndrangar sea stacks and Djúpalón beach. Staying for two nights in Snæfellsnes.

Day ten
On the last day of the tour we drive from Snæfellsnes into Borgarfjörður and Húsafell with one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. Also visiting a great location in the start of the West Iceland highlands if it is open, before heading back to Borgarnes, a village by the ring road. On the way from Borgarfjörður we pass through Hvalfjörður, Iceland’s longest fjord. Returning to Reykjavik for the night.

Dates: The 2017 tours are sold out.
Availability for 2018 is this: May 18th, June 25th and September 1st.
Group: Max 4 passengers, min 2 pers. Larger groups can be arranged by request.
Price: $4200 pr. person.
Included: Transport and photo-guidance english speaking, double occupancy lodging, (single supplement $100 pr night) and breakfast.
Not included: International flights, food and beverages.

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