Photo Tour Log

Here we describe a handful of the tours already completed to show what conditions can be expected during different seasons. Even in a single day with a normal driving range we can experience a variety of weather systems. Iceland’s special geology with it’s mountains, glaciers, coastlines and sand plains all within close proximity can create micro climates. On a multi-day tour with many locations the weather conditions are always varied. In any cases it is the edge or aftermath of storms that give us the best pictures.

January 2017 – South Coast & Jökulsarlon

January 2017 – South Coast & Jökulsarlon

Thick snow clouds is the same as pulling that thick duvet over yourself at the end of the day. The storm persisted into the morning and I actually delayed our start towards the Ice Beach because the wind meters …

August 2010 Landmannalaugar

August 2010 Landmannalaugar

We departed from Reykjavik and headed towards the interior to a geothermal area called Landmannalaugar, the natural gem in the southern highlands of Iceland.

April 2014 5 day tour

April 2014 5 day tour

This tour took us to the North of Iceland to catch some Winter waterfalls and the powerful Dettifoss before the big thaw.

May 2014 – 7 day tour

May 2014 – 7 day tour

This was a tour which took us around Iceland at a time of the year when Winter turns into Summer, the deep snows melt gently revealing colourful herbs and mosses. Waterfalls are fresh and sparkling with the anticipation of Summer and the newly arrived migratory birds sing well into the long evenings.

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