Travelling Around Iceland is the best way to see and photograph…
Kirkjufell resembles a church steeple and has become the most photographed mountain in Iceland. . The combination of Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall and Kirkjufell is a photographer’s dream shot.
The Buðir black church is located on the Snæfellsness Peninsula. The church is one of 3 black churches in Iceland. The church is black because the exterior wood is painted with pitch, just like the hull of a boat.
Rauðisandur beach is on the South side of Iceland’s Westfjords and is south facing. Rauðisandur is also spelled Rauðasandur and features “Red Sand”.
Lóndrangar are volcanic plugs on the Snæfellsnes peninsula. These tough basalt rock pinnacles are the remains of an ancient crater. This area offers some of the best views of Snæfellsjökull Glacier on the Snæfellsnes peninsula.
A multi-day tour of South Iceland will give you incredible photo opportunities. The South coast is rich with, glacier ice, towering waterfalls and black sand beaches. Book online from here.
Multi-day Iceland Tours with erupting geysers, waterfalls & sea cliffs & then stay in a fishing village waiting for auroras on the Snæfellsnes peninsular.
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Puffins can be seen in large numbers in some parts of Iceland. This puffin map will show your where you are most likely to see them
Hornstrandir is a nature reserve in the northern part of the West Fjords. Hornstrandir is perhaps the most remote part of Iceland, and because there are no roads it is not easily accessible.
Just one hour from Reykjavik we leave the ring road and drive through some beautiful Icelandic countryside and geothermal areas to get to Hraunfossar Waterfall.