You may think you know Iceland...
You took a trip there, maybe two, and saw the most popular places along the Ring Road. You set up your tripod next to others fellow photographers on Jökulsárlón beach and waited for tourists to take their selfies and to move away from behind Seljalandsfoss waterfall.
But there is much more to Iceland than what you see from the Ring Road on the classic tour. The largest wilderness area in Europe is located in the middle of the country - the vast area called "The Highlands" where, according to Icelandic legend, outlaws and evil spirits once roamed.
This adventure is designed for those who want to get off the beaten track, literally and figuratively, to live an unforgettable experience and take truly unique photographs.
Entering the rugged Icelandic Highlands is a challenge in itself. There are no paved roads or bridges over rivers. To find your way through this desert, 4x4 vehicles and a great spirit of adaptation are essential.
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A UNIQUE journey into the unspoiled heart of this magnificent country.
An adventure dedicated to the discovery of unexplored sights: deserts of black lava sand, breathtaking valleys, volcanoes and lakes with crystal clear water, waterfalls and breathtaking waterways, not to mention starry nights and northern lights.
A place where you can experiment with photography, where nature is king and above all where everything is simply WILD.
Equipped with proper off-road vehicles , from day 1 we will venture beyond the classic tourist routes in search for the most unspoiled nature.
Two professional photographers
Creativity and visual art: learn how to find new and original compositions
Overcome the creative block and take beautiful photos in difficult situations
8 days of taylor-made routes to off the beaten track locations
Lakes, mountains, glaciers and volcanic formato rarely seen before
Beautiful and among the most photogenic waterfalls in the world
Small group size, 8 people MAX
The cost to be confirmed.
the trip is guaranteed with a minimum number of 6. Maximum number of participants 12.
At the time of booking, a €1,000 deposit is required. The balance is required 60 days before departure. Once the group is confirmed, it is recommended to purchase the flight as soon as possible to avoid airline fares increases.
17:30 arrival is mandatory for all participants, departure from the airport scheduled for 18:30 at the latest.
The course is suitable for every level of photographic ability. A spirit for adventure and adaptation is fundamental as some overnight stops will be in mountain huts equipped only with basic cooking facilities and sleeping areas.
Note: the itinerary shown on the map is indicative only and depends on the weather conditions and accommodation facilities availability.
Trekking shoes, ice crampons
Warm trekking trousers
Warm fleeces, tops, gloves and hat, winter coat and water proof hard layer
Water bottle (insulated for warm drinks)
Winter sleeping back (to -10°C) and personal towel
Tripod, filters (not essential), camera and remote control
Lens drying cloths, plastic bacgs in case of rain, headlamp
Camera spare batteries, memory cards
Bowerbank to charge personal electronic equipment such as mobile phone ect
What is included
Keflavik (KEF) Airport pick-up and drop-off
- 7-night accommodation based on double/triple occupancy or dormitory when we stay in mountain huts
- Breakfast and packed lunch for the duration of the course
- Transportation for the duration of the trip
- Coaching and photography lessons
What is not included
international travel ti and from Iceland
Personal, travel and equipment insurance
Dinners, unless otherwise specified
Any item not specified in the 'what's included' list