125,000 ISK per person
This tour takes us to the greatest show on planet earth right now, Iceland’s newly active volcanic eruption site- Meradalir. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel in Reykjavík and teach you about the eruptions short yet, extensive history as you make the drive towards the Reykjanes Peninsula. The hike to the volcano is always changing but from start to finish, you will spend an average of 3-4 hours hiking and 4-5 hours experiencing and photographing the eruption. After shooting and enjoying the breathtaking viewpoints of the powerful lava fountains, you will hike back to the carpark and make your way back to Reykjavik where your guide will drop you off at your hotel.
Destinations: Fagradalsfjall Volcano, Meradalir Eruption Site
- Volcano Guide and Photography Instructor
- Pickup and Drop off from Reykjavik or Keflavik
- Gas Masks and Headlamps
what your bring
✓ Camera + Lenses (ideally you want a mid range, and telephoto lens for the volcano) + Drone with extra batteries if you have one.
✓ Accessories (recommended): Tripod, extra camera batteries, dry cloth, and remote shutter release will help you in any low light and/or bad weather conditions.
✓ Winter Clothing- Gloves, Hat, Wind/Rainproof Jacket, and warm layers for freezing conditions.
✓ Hiking Boots (boots should have good ankle support) If needed, please message us with your shoe size in the booking.
✓ Water Bottle
BEHIND THE SCENES
what are our guests saying?
The whole journey into the ice caves and the Falljökull glacier was awesome. Ryan is an excellent guide and very funny. Can’t wait to back to Iceland and do some new journeys and learn more about those places.
Ryan always knows how to pick a good ice cave for photography and he’ll get you at the spot at the right time. I got some of my favorite images from Iceland with him and his professionalism has made all the tours I took with him memorable. Thanks for being such an incredible guide Ryan.
Ryan is a great guy who we enjoyed working with! Even with a special request (a slightly disabled woman) he found us a beautiful accessible ice cave that delighted everyone’s eyes! And all in safety and with a smile, I recommend!