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Photo Tour
Lofoten 2024

Lofoten islands are an archipelago of islands located 95 miles North of the Arctic Circle, in the northernmost region of Norway renowned for its incredible nature and fantastic photography opportunities.
Its stunning landscapes and dramatic mountain peaks provide the perfect backdrop for any photographer looking to capture breathtaking shots.

With its unique Arctic climate and its incredible Northern Lights displays, Lofoten is a photographer's dream.

Join me in this crazy adventure in the Arctic Cirle.

- From 2990 € -

10 - 17
February 2024

- From 2990 € -

Early Bird

10 to 17 of February 2024

8 days, 7 nights

2 professional Photo Guides

The tour will be led in English.

Our guides also speak German, French and Italian

7 guests


On Day 1, after arriving at Harstad/Evenes airport in the evening, we will head to our hotel or apartment for the night. We'll have the chance to capture some amazing sunset photos before dinner and then we'll venture out again for a Northern Lights photo session.

On Day 2, we'll start with a First Light photo session before embarking on our journey towards Svolvaer, with plenty of stops for photo opportunities along the way. We'll settle in at our accommodation before capturing some sunset shots and another Northern Lights photo session.

Day 3 begins with a sunrise photo session before we head to the coastal village of Henningsvaer and then transfer to the Fredvang area for lunch. We'll capture some sunset photos at Haukland before dinner and another Northern Lights photo session.

On Day 4, we'll start with a sunrise photo session in Vareid before heading to Flakstadøya and the old fishing village of Nusfjord for some great photo opportunities. After lunch, we'll capture the sunset at Skagsanden beach and another Northern Lights photo session.

Day 5 begins with a sunrise photo session in Reine before visiting Hamnøy and then returning for lunch. We'll capture some sunset photos before dinner and another Northern Lights photo session.

On Day 6, we'll return to Svolvaer with photo stops along the way, lunch, and then we'll visit Gimsøy kirke and beach before dinner and another Northern Lights photo session.

Day 7 will feature a photography session in the area before lunch and then we'll move closer to the airport for dinner and a final Northern Lights photo session.

On Day 8, our workshop will come to an end and we'll depart from the airport.


***The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the itinerary


Request a spot and get more info about our itinerary

- From 2990 € -

Included in the tour package

  • All transfers

  • Accommodations with breakfast provided

  • Instruction and master classes led by our knowledgeable and experienced professional guides.

Not Included in the tour package

  • Airfare to and from Leknes airport

  • Alcoholic drinks and meals or beverages not specified in the itinerary.

  • everything that is not expressly included in "the package includes"

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What to Wear

  • Base layer: thermal underwear, made from merino wool or synthetic fabric, to keep your body warm and dry.

  • Mid layer: fleece or softshell jacket to insulate your body and trap warmth.

  • Outer layer: waterproof and windproof jacket and pants to protect you from the harsh weather conditions.

  • Warm jacket: a down or synthetic insulated jacket to keep you warm during extended periods of time outside.

  • Warm hat and gloves: to protect your head, ears, and hands from the cold and wind.

  • Warm, waterproof boots: with a thick sole and insulation to protect your feet from the cold and snow.

  • Neck gaiter or scarf: to protect your neck and face from the cold and wind.

  • Cramponsthe use of crampons is highly recommended, we are in the Arctic Circle and often the surfaces will be covered by ice.


Remember to dress in layers, so that you can easily adjust your clothing according to your activity level and the temperature.

What to Bring

  • DSLR or Mirrorless camera

  • Lenses: The recommended lens for this trip is a wide-angle lens such as a 16-35mm or similar, which will be perfect for capturing stunning landscape shots. A telephoto lens (200mm or more) is also recommended to capture wildlife (there are a lot of sea eagles in the area) and create images with a sense of scale, such as comparing the size of the mountains to the small, picturesque houses of Lofoten. A regular lens (between 24 and 70 mm) is always useful.

  • Tripod: A sturdy tripod is necessary for sharp and steady shots as we will face the Arctic winds.

  • Extra batteries: It's going to be cold and your batteries will run out of juice quickly. Better to have some spare batteries with you.

  • Spare Memory Cards: A sufficient number of memory cards is crucial, so you don't miss any opportunities or run out of storage space during our photo sessions.

  • Headlamp: is essential when photographing in low light situations or at night, providing hands-free lighting for easy camera operation and movement.

  • A plastic cover or other protective gear can shield the camera from rain, snow, or other adverse weather conditions that may occur during our adventure.

  • Laptop with Lightroom or Photoshop

  • External Hard Drive for backup: better safe than sorry!

  • ND and polarisers filters will be useful as we are visiting a coastal area. They will help you to set the proper shutter speed and shaping the waves in the way you want for your composition.


The instructors 

Introducing our professional photography tour guides with experience in polar regions, Davide and Claudio!

Davide and Claudio are both award-winning photographers with a passion for capturing the beauty of the world's coldest and most remote regions.

As your guides on a photography tour of the Lofoten Islands, they will help you capture the stunning landscapes and elusive Northern Lights.

They'll share their technical knowledge and creative techniques, helping you master the art of night and long-exposure photography.

During the tour, you'll explore some of the most spectacular locations in the Lofoten Islands, including white sand beaches, picturesque fishing villages, and stunning fjords.

You'll also have the opportunity to photograph local wildlife such as sea eagles, otters, and whales.

With Davide and Claudio as your guides, you'll be in the best possible position to capture the incredible natural beauty of this unique corner of the world.

Their expertise, enthusiasm, and passion for photography will inspire you to take your skills to the next level.

Join us on a photography tour of the Lofoten Islands with Davide and Claudio and experience the thrill of capturing the Northern Lights and the breathtaking beauty of this stunning region.

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