The beautiful waterfall and mountain combination on the Snæfellsness peninsular of West Iceland offers so much to the landscape photographer. Photographers invariably attempt to compose either level of the 2 tiered waterfall with the Church Mountain (Kirkjufell) in the background. It is incredibly rewarding to have such a rich foreground and background together and even better when the weather treats us to a colourful sky.

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Kirkjufellsfoss

Multi-day tours

These are multi-day photo tours that include Kirkjufell Mountain. If conditions are good Kirkjufell mountain can offer amazing landscape photography and Northern lights.

Five day Beautiful South

This photo tour combines the Golden Circle, Snæfellsnes Peninsular , South coast & Jökulsarlon photo tours to give a complete South Iceland experience.

6 day Diamonds & Dragons

This multi-day tour will take you around the best of South & West Iceland in six days. Touring from North West to South East with many top photo locations.
Prices from $7,536USD

Custom Photo Tour

If you want something that is not listed or you want see Iceland at your own pace on a bespoke tour, our Custom Photo Tours go to all parts of Iceland.

Summer: Wonderful West

The magical lure of Iceland’s Westfjords is the steep mountain fjords packed with RAW nature and wildlife.

Two day Golden Snæfellsnes

This 2 day Iceland Photo Tour with erupting geysers, waterfalls & sea cliffs & then stay in a fishing village waiting for auroras on the Snæfellsnes peninsular.
Prices from $2,291 USD

Snæfellsnes Peninsular Tours

The Snæfellsnes Peninsular hosts some of Iceland’s best coastlines, waterfalls, mountains and beaches. Visit this Wild, West Iceland peninsula with a private photo tour.

Landscape Photography

Here are some more waterfall photos of Iceland.

Godafoss North Iceland

These beautiful light conditions can be found in North Iceland during the Summer. The reds go so deep when the sun and clouds are right and then it happens all over for the Sunrise just a few hours earlier. As a general rule, Icelandic waterfalls are facing the nearest coastline, so Northern waterfalls face North, Eastern waterfalls face East and so on.

Faxifoss Waterfall

Faxifoss is a salmon waterfall. To help the salmon get upstream, Icelanders have constructed a salmon ladder up the side of the falls so that the fish can have an easy time