"Even me as a local and professional photographer and tour organizer, who know the country like the palms of my hands, enjoy having this map with me on the road."
- Einar Erlendsson, CEO, FocusOnNature - International Media Workshops in Iceland.
This third edition of the map of Iceland is better than ever.
We have kept all the elements that made the second edition so successful, while adding innovative improvements based on your many comments:
• More information and sights to see, thanks to the expeditions we undertook to Iceland in 2012, 2013, 2014.
• Travel times for the main routes on road and track, by car and by boat.
• Increased legibility through greater visual contrast and the use of high quality paper and inks.
• Map key now in four languages: English / German / Spanish / French.
• Road network updated and improved.
• Tearproof and waterproof paper.
Reminder of the map's key characteristics:
This map is the ultimate tool. It has been created entirely by hand (not from a database), and will be updated regularly.
At a glance, you can see all of the areas to explore and photograph in ICELAND.
The map shows essential route information, detailed descriptions of all areas of interest (volcanoes, waterfalls, lighthouses, monuments, fauna, flora, and curiosities), as well as national parks and nature reserves.
Not only can you now prepare your trip in detail, thanks to this handy map, but there's no chance of missing anything exciting once you get there!
The price remains the same for the new edition!
A POSTER version of the map is now available, following numerous requests. Be quick to order, though, we've only printed a few!
You will find the map of Iceland and accompanying guide (eROADBOOK) in the shop.
Technical data: printed on 110 gram waterproof paper
Josh Holko, award-winning australian landscape photographer made a great review of my map of Iceland in his blog. I warmly invite you to take a look at this very professional and instructive point of view.
"...For the photographer travelling to Iceland for the first time this map will likely prove invaluable as it provides sufficient information to plan a self drive tour and covers virtually all of the major iconic locations you are likely to want to visit as well as ensuring you don't miss the ones that are somewhat harder to find. In combination with something like the Lonely Planet Guide to Iceland and Michael's eROADBOOK to Iceland it will provide a great launching pad for an exciting photographic tour of discovery. I suspect even photographers travelling in groups or with guides will find this map useful as it provides an easy to read and follow reference as you drive around the island.
What kind of treasures can I find on this map?
Take a look at ICELAND II GALERY (2012):
You can also visit ICELAND I GALLERY (2009):
How does this map look?
Take a look at these samples:
Read some feedbacks?