Iceland Safe Travel News

Summary issued 15th November 2016 Freezing temperatures and icy roads in the next few days. Strong winds and blowing snow South of Vatnjokull can decrease visibility. Low level crampons recommended at Iceland’s sightseeing locations due to slippery paths. Full...

Northern Lights: Red Alert

Strong Auroras likely issued 8th Nov 2017 Northern light are highly likely. Viewing Auroras in Iceland should be possible over the next few days. Viewing success will depend on finding clear skies and getting away from the lights of the capital – although you...

Absolute beginners

Beginners welcome Many people ask if our photo tours are suitable for beginner level photographers. The answer is always “Yes, absolutely”. This article attempts to explain why beginner photographers are not only very welcome, but actually get better value...

Sightseeing tours

Some people come to Iceland just to sit on a rock and listen to the sea. Can you imagine that? Many people realise that there is such a lot of things to see in a small space. There is such a lot to do in a short time. If you are one of these people, then this page is...

Oskar the Ice man

Dramatic Ice cave photography from the land of ice and fire Oskar, the Ice cave guide. In the eye of the Dragon… Oskar is an experienced Ice cave guide. He is one of the original glacier guides from the days before the ice caves became hugely popular. With so...