Extreme Light Photo Tours Photography Holidays
Iceland Summer Sun Photography Tour 2016
Location: Iceland
Price: From £1,250 pp
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Summer in Iceland is all about long days and very short nights, this tour focuses on shooting during the hours of 10pm & 4am, to maximise the best light conditions, days are spent sleeping and travelling. At this time of year the mountain roads are open which opens up opportunities to witness and photograph some very remote locations.

Our days will have been carefully planned around the requirements of the group so that everyone gets out of the trip what they want, we are very proactive in reacting to the various weather conditions of the island and we guarantee to get you amongst the best conditions, we do put in a lot of mileage on this trip to cover as much ground as possible in the short time we have, this enables us to have a wide portfolio of images during the tour.

Iceland Photography Tour Mýrdalsjökull
Iceland Photography Tour Vik
Iceland Photography Tour Namafjall
Iceland Photography Tour Hallormsstadur


  • Ultimate convenience – All you have to do is pack your bags, book your plane tickets & pay for your food, drink & extras.
  • Hotel accommodation, transport, entry fees and extra activities included.
  • Small group size (max 6) or private tailored tours for 4 people or less (contact us for more information).
  • No strict timetable, tailored to suit the group & current conditions.
  • Portfolio of images guaranteed.
  • Opportunity to witness & shoot the Midnight Sun.
  • Comfortable 4×4 SUV transport


Iceland Photography Tour Eyjafjallajökull
Iceland Photography Tour Snaefell
Iceland Photography Tour Vik
Iceland Photography Tour Namafjall
Iceland Photography Tour Summer Sun 2016
1 day monster jeep glacier & highlands tour



Iceland is one of the most expensive destinations in the world and we have done our best to make this Extreme Light tour as affordable as possible. Pricing is at a bare minimum for rooms, car hire, tours & guidance without compromising on comfort, safety or your photographic opportunity.


We need everyone to be ready for collection from Keflavik International Airport by 17:00 on the Thursday. Icelandair operates daily flights from most European and US northeast capitals, making it very easy to get a flight from many places with many airlines.


The Tour ends on TBC at Keflavik International Airport, onward travel to hotels or other destinations is at your own discretion.

Transport in Iceland

Safety and comfort are key issues on our photographic trips, which is why we will be using 4×4 6/7 seated vehicles, which provide enough space for everyone to be comfortable when travelling. The vehicle will be equipped with winter tyres (on our Winter & Autumn Tour). For comfort, the vehicle has comfortable reclining seats, air-conditioning and plenty of luggage space.


Only EU member countries and a few other 1st world countries are exempt of Visas for a tourism visit to Iceland. All of Iceland’s consular issues are handled by Denmark, which is where you need to go for a visa to visit Iceland.

Luggage Restrictions

If you keep to standard airline luggage restrictions, there are no restrictions imposed for the ground transport. You can have one big suitcase, a large camera bag and a handbag/laptop case.


  • Airfare to and from Iceland (unless requested at an additional cost).
  • Airport drop off at times other than specified on the last day of the tour.
  • Winter clothing and winter gear. (Gear List supplied on paying deposit).
  • Insurance. It is mandatory to insure yourself against physical injury, and highly recommended to insure your photo gear. Extreme Light Photo Tours will not be responsible in case of any personal injuries or damage to photographic gear as a result of an accident during the workshop. A good insurance policy can make a big difference should something happen, and ensure a safe return home.
  • All meals & drinks, these must be settled by you at each hotel.
  • Single room supplement £400


Our Extreme Light Tours are always dependent on weather, the Icelandic weather can be highly unpredictable and usually is unpredictable, which 90% of the time adds massive drama to our photography, which of course is why we love Iceland so much, however there are occasions when we can get caught out in weather that limits our movement around the island. Likewise, visits to ice caves & mountain highlands are dependent on favourable conditions, and indeed the ice caves themselves are not permanent and only accessible during winter tours. When it comes to the Northern Lights, while they are most likely to be seen between September and April, there is no guarantee that they will appear on a given day. There is however always plenty to see and do if conditions do not favour any part of our original plan.

Full Booking
9 People
Tailored & Private Tours
4 People
Tailored & Private Tours
2 People