Eleven things you didn’t know about Scotland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
Home to ice covered volcanoes, immense glaciers and geothermal lagoons, Iceland is a stark, volcanic land with a warm heart. Its shallow fjords are a haven for whales, dolphins and seals alike and there is a surprising array of wildlife. Due to the subarctic climate, the winters are long and cold, but summers offer a welcome break from the darkness with over 20 hours of daylight in June – ideal conditions to learn top techniques from the photographer in residence. Immerse yourself in the incredible educational programs delivered by leading specialists.
Your Bucket List Guide to Scotland, Faroe Islands and Iceland
Here is a list of the most interesting things you can tick off your bucket list when travelling to Scotland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands:
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