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Photography Tours in Norway

A photographers dream destination

Photography Tours in Norway

Why Choose Us

With over 30 years’ experience, our team are passionate about helping people discover Norway’s Lofoten Islands - the most remarkable photography destination - we know you will get the perfect shot at each location. Our tours are unique and only have a maximum of 6 guests, plus we cater for the non-photographers in the group who want to explore the surrounding locations. You will meet some of the locals and discover the secrets of the local area.

Work with Local Photographers

Work with Local Photographers

Small Groups

Small Groups

Explore and Travel

Explore and Travel

Restaurant Meals

Restaurant Meals

Quality Accomodation

Quality Accomodation

Comfortable Transport

Comfortable Transport

Upcoming Tours

Upcoming Tours

Lofoten Winter Landscapes & Northern Lights

4 - 11 Mar 2021

GBP £3,699

14 - 21 Mar 2021

GBP £3,699

21 - 28 Mar 2021

GBP £3,699

Lofoten Autumn Landscapes & Northern Lights

2 - 9 Sep 2021

GBP £3,699

12 - 19 Sep 2021

GBP £3,699

19 - 26 Sep 2021

GBP £3,699

Photo opportunities on location

Photo opportunities on location

Towns -  Svolvaer, Henningsvaer, Leknes, Ballstad, Nusfjord, Hamnoy, Sakrisoy, Reine and A

Sights - Northern Lights, Winter and Autumn landscapes, Sea Eagles and mountain ranges

Beaches - Haukland, Uttakleiv, Unstad, Ramberg, Flakstad

Bridges - Fredvang

Fishing Huts - known as Rorbuers

More About Lofoten

Travel Journal

It's as simple as point and shoot!

Since we are high in the arctic of Northern Norway you have to be well equipped for all kinds of dramatic weather including rainfall, snow, wind and sun. Bring comfortable, warm and waterproof outer layers such as Gore-Tex, woollen hat, gloves or mittens, thermal underwear (preferably merino wool) and waterproof or snow boots.  We do not have clothes or shoes available for rent.

It's as simple as point and shoot!

At the very least, bring your own camera, lenses, a sturdy tripod, ideally a remote shutter release or release cable, filters – Polariser, ND and Graduated and definitely several memory cards and spare batteries. In order to photograph the northern lights, you will need a DSLR camera with the ability to set manual settings.

Photos from past tours

Photos from past tours