Fire and Ice Photo Safari: Iceland


  • Visit some of the best photo locations in Iceland.  A mecca for those looking to bring home exotic, colorful, spectacular shots. Due to the great variety in its landscapes, Iceland has quickly become a "must-do" location for photographers worldwide
  • Explore one of the world’s most active geothermal areas
  • We'll have a local guide to take us to some of the more intimate and special places known to locals, plus share colorful Viking history
  • Designed to sample a rich array of unique locations such as raging waterfalls with rainbows, colorful hot springs and geysers, vast deep blue glaciers and incredible otherworldly volcanic features
  • We'll visit a puffin colony to photograph these colorful and exotic birds
Limited in size to only 10 people with professional photographer and instructor Reed Hoffmann as your private photo instructor to make it a more intimate experience.You can learn about Reed and see his work at, as well as his galleries of photos from past trips.


  • Short walks to photographic locations.
  • Transportation by plane and van.
  • Premium hotels, cottages, and guest houses


Much of Iceland is still taking shape before your very eyes — raw, dramatic landscapes born from volcanic eruptions and carved out by glaciers.

Icelanders are proud that they still speak the ancient language of the vikings, but they certainly don't just live in the past. Their cherished ancient heritage lives on in harmony with the most exciting innovations from the world of arts and culture today. This refreshing mix of local, traditional, progressive and cosmopolitan culture appeals to almost every taste.

Iceland is so close to USA that you can just go there on whim for a quick change of scene and scenery.

Nowhere else is there such a wonderful mix of ancient viking culture, modern world, and exotic natural world!

Trip starts and ends in Reykjavik, Iceland
Saturday, July 14th - Monday, July 23rd, 2018

Cost: $5,490/person. Airfare is additional.

To Register - Call Now! Contact the PPS office at 585-346-5597!

Request an information packet for complete information on this adventure