Photography Holidays Iceland

Explorer Photography Holiday in Iceland

Iceland. It’s like nowhere else on earth. Exploring this frozen, rocky landscape is like being transported back to the beginnings of time, when the surface of the planet was being shaped by glaciers, geysers and volcanos.

During this 5-night Explorer Photography Holiday in Iceland you’ll witness the most awe-inspiring corners of this epic country. Your days will be filled with sublime sights and, if the conditions are right, your nights will be spent gazing in to the sky at the majestic beauty of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights).

Photography highlights include:

  • Hidden Reykjavik
  • Iceland's northern capital, Akureyri
  • Godafoss Waterfall
  • Geothermal wonders around Myvatn Lake
  • Optional snowshoeing experience
  • The wild and spectacular northern coast of Iceland
  • Hraunfossar and Borgafoss waterfalls
  • The Aurora Borealis

Ideal for anyone who is reasonably confident with their camera, this holiday is popular with beginner, intermediate and more advanced snappers alike. With an emphasis on capturing the amazingly varied subject matter your tutor will be with you at all times, offering you advice and creative inspiration while on location so you never miss a shot.

And as with all Frui holidays, our fantastic guides and tutors will always be on hand to assist and entertain you. All you need to do is enjoy the wonderful company and focus on your photography.

Would you like to some images from our last trip?

We pride ourself on the fantastic images our guests come back with. Don't believe us? Just click here to see a flickr album of their images

Want to get to grips with the basics before the holiday?

Join us on our 1-Day Digital Photography Course. Limited Offer: Book a holiday and course together and save 20% on the course!

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22 – 27 Mar 2018 Book Now

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Why you’ll love this holiday

‘Frui make you immediately feel welcome! It’s a pleasure to share beautiful destinations with like-minded travellers who quickly become friends.’

James, Photography in Burma