We run the Snæfellsnes Peninsula Photo tour all year. This area of Iceland offers many of the more dramatic locations in Iceland. The peninsula is known for its landmark, the Snæfellsjökull Glacier. Julius Verne made it famous in his book, Journey to the Center of the Earth. In recent years another landmark has been the most popular sights at Snæfellsnes, especially for photographers, and that is Kirkjufell Mountain. Next to the town of Grundarfjörður and a with a beautiful waterfall to shoot from it is understandable why it has grown in popularity. This area also offers many charismatic seascapes and lighthouses, beautiful churches, black sand and white sands. Almost anywhere you can shoot the beautiful glacier in the background (if the weather permits). Contact us for more information on the tour.

Photo Tour Highlights:


Snæfellsjökull Glacier
Kirkjufell Mountain
Snæfellsnes National Park
Northern lights (winter)
Seascapes & Lighthouses


Hotel pick-up & drop-off
Driver guide & Super Jeep
English speaking guide




8-10 hours

Good to have with you on the tour:

Warm waterproof clothes
Good Hiking Shoes
A DSLR or SLR camera

Recommended Gear:

(Note that these are just a recommendation but not a requirement)
Zoom lens, for example, wide angle 16-35 mm. When shooting Aurora we suggest fast wide angle lenses, such as f2.8
2nd lens for example zoom lens 24-105 mm, or 70-2oo mm.
Shutter release cable (or remote)


USD 1.200.-
Includes a driver guide and super jeep for the day and can be shared between 1-4 people
For larger groups we have a 8 pax shuttle, 12 pax and 15 pax Super Truck – please contact us at for prices


Pictures from Snæfellsnes Photo Tour