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Travel - Landscape - Seascape - Wildlife - Architecture


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The hottest travel destination for travelers all around the world,

Iceland is a small island with stunning natural wonders, full of a diverse landscape that expand from glaciers and waterfalls to hot springs and geysers; there is a lot to capture while visiting this island nation in the Arctic Circle.


Iceland has become one of the top trending travel destinations in the world. Not only will you get a chance to explore the astounding and breathtaking black sand beaches on this island but you also get to experience the fjords and lava fields Iceland has to offer. The dramatic terrain that belongs to Iceland makes it a dynamic adventure for nature and photography lovers.


Our 9 day trip takes our guests around some of the most captivating places on the island, offering workshops along the way and having discussions about what they want to achieve from our photography trip.


Iceland’s landscape is nothing short of magical even if you’re not looking to do photography there.
For a photographer then, it’s a dream destination to shoot in.

Our adventure photography tour will acquaint you with the splendor of the Northern Lights, but also to the quiet beauty of Reykjavik.
Our tour will teach you the best lenses and angles to really master landscape photography on a range of sites, whether it’s the preserved site of a plane crash, or burgeoning waterfalls, Iceland has it all.

You’ll really hear the call of nature while you’re there, and maybe not in the ways you expect. The mossy lava rocks go as far as the eye can see, and there is no comparable location in the world.

We’ll stop for extended demos on nature photography, and while we’re at it, maybe catch a glimpse of the iconic puffin bird. We have experts on guided wildlife photography on board as well, so keep your trigger finger ready.

Finally, we’ll also peruse the streets of Reykjavik, in our cultural photography tour of the churches, beaches, and local fishing districts.


  • Beginner, amateur, enthusiast and semi-pro photographers

  • DSLR, mirrorless, compact or iPhone cameras

  • (non-photographers also welcome)


  • Easy

  • 80% of locations reachable by car 

  • Moderate Walking

  • Little Hiking

Travel Information

  • Arrival & Departure Airport: Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

  • Transfer time to Reykjavik: 45min.

  • Travel Visa may be required depending on your nationality. Go to Visa Map to find out.



  • Reykjavik – Fosshotel Reykjavík, ION City Hotel, Kvosin Hotel, Icelandair Hotel Natura or similar

  • Höfn – Fosshotel Vatnajokull or similar

  • Skaftafell – Fosshotel Vatnajökul, Hotel Skaftafell, Icelandair Hotel Klaustur or similar

  • Gullfoss or Geysir – Icelandair Hotel Flúðir, Geysir Hotel or similar

  • Snæfellsnes – Hotel Fransiskus or similar


March : 

  • 5° / 0°C - 41° / 33°F 

  • Sunrise : 06:29

  • Sunset : 20:31

September : 

  • 13° / 8°C - 57° / 48°F 

  • Sunrise : 06:13

  • Sunset : 20:39


  • Local guide and driver

  • Photographer | Guide

  • Hotel 4-5 stars

  • Breakfast + 2 Dinners

  • Local transportation

  • Entry Fee ( if any )

  • 02 SEP 2020 | USD 4,950
    Sep 02, 2020, 11:30 AM GMT
    Iceland, Iceland
  • 11 Mar 2020 | LAST CALL | USD 3,299
    Mar 11, 2020, 11:00 AM
    Iceland, Iceland

/ WAS : USD 4,899











Arriving at the airport and transfer to hotel

Proceed with Immigration/Baggage Claim procedures. Private transfer directly from the airport to Selfoss. Check into the hotel and get out to explore the city if time permits

You can check in to the hotel from 15:00 on 10th March to 11:30 am on 11th March


We start our tour at noon 11th March in the mesmerizing capital of Iceland—Reykjavik. A popular tourist destination, the charming city, which is also the largest in the country, is at the heart of Icelandic culture and economy.

Offering stunning vistas of some of the best sights Iceland has to offer, Reykjavik is the perfect place to begin our tour. At the morning we meet at our hotel to introduce our guests to PWA’s “10 Guiding Principles of Photography” and our unique “THE ART OF SEEING” photographic technique.

Group lunch with all the guests will take place soon after. Here, we will have an informal chat on what each guest hopes to gain from this trip. We go over their expectations and what they seek to achieve in terms of photography techniques, perfecting styles, and focusing on diverse subject matters.

After a hearty lunch off, we go into the heart of the city!

Reykjavik offers a treasure trove of fascinating historical attractions, cultural activities, and a vibrant music and arts scene. Packed with gorgeous sights that include churches, quaint neighborhoods, a beach, fishing districts, hills, and trendy cafes-Reykjavik has established itself as a top favorite of photographers.

After a day of exploring, we celebrate with a special “Welcome Dinner” at one of the best restaurants in Reykjavik.

Prakash Singh

Prakash is a Sony Middle East Alpha photographer, UPI Gold Medal winner, Finalist - Sony World Photography Award 2015, Haida & Fotopro Brand ambassador.


His work has been published on several websites and magazines including Digital Photographer, Camerapixo, Livemint, to name a few.

Prakash is a person who wants to enjoy all the genre of photography as he says “if you haven’t done it you are missing the fun of it” but his favorite types are Landscape, Wildlife, Architecture, Black & white fine Art photography.

All images © Prakash Singh | All Rights Reserved 

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