ICELAND WINTER ADVENTURE 2017
Come join me for an adventure in Iceland during the incredibly beautiful winter season. Unlike our Summer Iceland Adventure that focuses on chasing the midnight sun, our time in Iceland in February 2017 will be mostly focused on the Northern Lights and Ice Caves found in the South of Iceland. Each night we will track weather forecasts and solar storm activity, giving our group the best chance to see and photograph the incredibly gorgeous Auroras that Iceland is known for. Weather permitting, we will also enter a number of Ice Caves found near Jokulsarlon with experienced guides. These natural forming caves change year to year, but their sheer beauty and the stunning photographic opportunities they offer always remain the same.
Feb 15th – 21st, 2017
Iceland is located in one of the northern most locations on the planet. In February, you will get a chance to see Iceland in one of its most beautiful seasons, Winter. Historically, Feb is one of the best month to visit Iceland for a chance to see the Northern Lights. This is not only because the weather is a bit more forgiving then Dec – January, but solar activity from the sun (which causes Auroras) is typically at it’s highest point during this 30 day span. If we are fortunate enough to get clear skies with the right conditions, the Iceland Aurora light show will be an incredible once in a life time photographic event!
In addition to aurora hunting and photographing beautiful waterfalls along the way (Skogarfoss, Seljandsfoss, Bruarfoss, Gulfoss), we will also spend time exploring Ice Caves found near Jokulsarlon in South Iceland. Every year these Ice Caves change drastically because of the natural ebb and flow of the glacier, allowing for new and incredible experiences with each cave we visit. While our ability to reach these caves depends on accessibility and weather (we can’t safely enter when it is raining hard), we will be working with experienced guides along the way to help us get in and out safely.
What is Included?
All Ground Transportation
From the moment you land to the moment the trip ends, you will be covered.
All Hotel Accomodations
While you can camp anywhere in Iceland, designated camp sites often come with a fee.
All Necessary Permits
Any necessary permits to enter certain locations or areas will be secured well in advance.
All Photo Instruction
All group and individual photo instruction and education is covered with your tuition.
What is Not Included?
Your flights to and from Iceland are not covered with your tuition for this workshop.
Meals will often be on the go as we chase light throughout Iceland. You will be responsible for your own food.
With any international trip/adventure, it is highly recommended that you have travel insurance, especially for medical emergencies.
The Beauty of Iceland
Areas to explore
What Will You Experience?
Meet Your Instructors & Guides
Colby Brown is a photographer, photo educator and author based out of Boulder, Colorado. Specializing in landscape, travel and humanitarian photography, his photographic portfolio spans the four corners of the globe. Not too long after picking up his first digital camera in 2006, Colby was leading workshops for National Geographic in South America, further spurring his love for both travel and photo education. In 2011, he founded The Giving Lens, an organization that blends photo education with support for various non-governmental organizations (NGO) and causes around the world, such as child education, clean drinking water projects, and women’s rights.
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Cancelation & Refund Policy
No one wants to miss out on a trip of a life time...but things do happen. In those situations, the following applies...
All cancellations are subject to a minimum of a $150 service charge. In addition, if you cancel and your spot is otherwise filled, you will be refunded the full amount you have paid (minus the $150 service charge). However if you cancel and your spot is not filled, the following fee schedule applies: