Isafold Travel opens Iceland for photographers in Winter
Capturing a Wonderland
Isafold Travel opens Iceland for photographers in Winter
Iceland in winter has its own beauty and challenges. The light conditions can be truly amazing during the short days and the Northern Lights are often visible at night.
To get the most out of your trip, you need to know where to get those prize shots. Isafold Travel’s professional photographers take you to their favourite spots as any photographer knows how much goes into getting the picture just right.
This winter Isafold Travel is offering two tours in vehicles equipped for winter conditions with professional Icelandic English-speaking photographers. They handle the logistics of getting to the right spots, food and accommodation. Having an a photographer experienced in the conditions and locations is a golden opportunity to hone your skills in such a different environment.
The 5-day trip covers a great variety of locations in South Iceland including Þingvellir, Gullfoss, Geysir, the notorious Eyjafjallajökull, the South Coast, the Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon, glacial landscapes and a spectacular ice cave.
The 2-day tour travels to West Iceland, providing 2 nights to catch the Northern Lights and 2 days covering waterfalls, hot springs, beaches (and possibly seals), basalt columns, lava fields and craters around the Snæfells glacier, quaint towns and villages and other hidden gems.
In both tours the guides try to avoid light pollution at night, in order to capture the Aurora, given the right conditions. The two tours can also be combined into a 7-day tour.

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