Guided 10 Day Summer Vacation Package of Iceland's Complete Ring Road with Free Days in Reykjavik

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Starts from
Keflavík Airport
Ends in
Keflavík Airport
10 days & 9 nights
Mar. - Aug.
Minimum age
8 years old
9 nights included


Discover the majesty of Iceland with this guided 10-day summer package circling the island's Ring Road to uncover its most beloved sites. Visitors looking to maximize their experience while traveling Iceland's diverse regions should book this vacation package now.

Your breathtaking summer tour begins with a transfer from Keflavik International Airport to your Reykjavik accommodation. If your flight arrives early enough, you can add a stop at the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, the perfect way to start your holiday on a relaxing note.

All the planning has been done for you when you book this vacation. Your accommodation is included, and it's all packaged together for an excellent price. You don't need to spend weeks organizing your trip or wonder whether you've missed any of the best sites. Leave it to the professionals so you can focus on relaxing and enjoying yourself.

Over 10 days, you'll travel along the Ring Road beneath the glowing midnight sun. Allow your experienced drivers and guides to lead you around the country. One of the fantastic aspects of a package holiday is that you don't need to worry about driving in poor weather conditions or along Iceland's bumpier roads.

Your guides will ensure your comfort and safety while providing fascinating insights and information about the places you visit.

You'll discover impressive sites, including the Golden Circle sightseeing route, Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, East Fjords, Lake Myvatn, and the magnificent Dettifoss waterfall. Given it's summer, you'll have plenty of daylight hours to immerse yourself in Iceland's nature, taking time to enjoy its many waterfalls, glaciers, and mountains.

You'll also be able to participate in extra adventures during your trip. Glacier hiking and whale-watching tours are included in your package, promising unforgettable experiences. You can also add activities for an additional fee during the booking process.

Options such as snorkeling in the Silfra fissure, exploring the magma chamber of a dormant volcano, or taking a day trip to the Snaefellsnes Peninsula allow you to customize your itinerary to suit your preferences.

A 6-day tour around Iceland, led by an experienced driver and a professional guide, is included in your package. Your knowledgeable guide will ensure you check off all the bucket list attractions and also discover some off-the-beaten-path hidden gems. 

The days on either side of your 6-day Ring Road tour are flexible. You can enjoy free time exploring the vibrant city of Reykjavik or book one or more of the exciting excursions mentioned above. 

Your vacation package finishes with a transfer between Reykjavik and Keflavik International Airport on day 10. This presents another opportunity to stop at the Blue Lagoon spa if you didn't have time on day one.

This 10-day vacation package is highly-rated, so don't miss out. It includes a personal travel agent you can contact anytime and free cancellation up to 24 hours before your trip.

Hurry now and secure your place on this brilliant, 10-day summer package around Iceland, including the Ring Road and Golden Circle attractions and exciting activities like glacier hiking and whale-watching. Check availability now by choosing a date. 

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4 nights of accommodation in Reykjavik (different levels available; breakfast not included for Super Budget or Budget levels; breakfast included for Comfort and Quality levels; more detailed info below)
5 nights of accommodation around the countryside of Iceland (breakfast included, private bathroom)
6-day circle tour of the Ring Road of Iceland in a small group
Minibus transportation on the guided half circle tour
Experienced local driver and guide on half circle tour (English guidance)
Return transfer between Keflavik international airport and Reykjavik city
Personal travel agent
Efstidalur farm - Ice cream at a local farm
Glacier hike in Skaftafell
Admission to Auduns rock collection - Djupavogur
Whale watching tour
Detailed itinerary
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before departure


Reykjavik is the northernmost capital city in the world.Reykjavík / 4 nights
An abandoned house on the Reykjanes Peninsula presents a striking contrast against a lush green landscape.Southwest Iceland / 1 night
Dyrhólaey peninsula from east to westSouth Coast / 1 night
The Vatnajokull glacier in Southeast Iceland.Southeast Iceland / 1 night
East Iceland is a spectacular region.Eastfjords / 1 night
Akureyri is the second largest city in IcelandAkureyri / 1 night



Þingvellir National Park is Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the major stops along the world famous Golden Circle sightseeing route.Thingvellir
Geysir is a dormant hot spring in the geothermal area, Haukadalur Valley, found in South Iceland.Geysir
Long-exposure photo of Gullfoss waterfall on a cloudy dayGullfoss
Seljalandsfoss on the South Coast of Iceland bathed in the otherworldly light of the midnight sun.Seljalandsfoss
The mighty Skógafoss waterfallSkógafoss
Dyrhólaey Peninsula is a 120 metre promenade famed for its staggering views of Iceland’s South Coast, as well as its historic lighthouse and wealth of birdlife.Dyrhólaey
Reynisfjara beach and Reynisdrangar cliffs in winterReynisfjara Black Sand Beach
Arial view of Reynisdrangar and Mt. ReynisfjallReynisdrangar
Skaftafell Nature Preserve can be found in Öræfasveit, the western region of Austur-Skaftafellssýsla in Iceland.Skaftafell
Jökulsárlón is one of Iceland's most popular and unique attractionsJökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
The icy diamonds of Diamond BeachDiamond Beach
Hallormstadaskogar surrounds lake Lagarfjlot.Hallormsstaðaskógur
Lagarfljot, in east Iceland, has a terrible monster in its depths, according to legend.Lagarfljót
Dettifoss waterfall in IcelandDettifoss
Asbyrgi Canyon in north Iceland is a centre of folklore and beauty.Ásbyrgi
Lake Myvatn is surrounded by stunning natural beautyMývatn
Godafoss is a beautiful waterfall with ties to Iceland's religious history.Godafoss Waterfall
Puffins are residents of Eyjafjordur from May to September.Eyjafjörður
Hvítserkur, aka; “The Troll of North-West Iceland”, is a 15-metre (49ft) high basalt rock stack protruding from Húnaflói Bay.Hvítserkur


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Day 1

Day 1 – Reykjavík

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Welcome to Iceland! Your 10-day vacation package starts with a transfer from Keflavik International Airport to your Reykjavik accommodation. 

You could stop at the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa on your way to Iceland's capital city. This world-renowned spa is known for its healing waters, vivid azure colors, and luxurious treatments. It's in the middle of a moss-covered lava field, giving it an otherworldly atmosphere.

If you add the Blue Lagoon, it will be arranged according to your flights. If there's no time to visit the lagoon today, it can be added to another day. Your travel consultant will be able to arrange this for you. There is plenty to see and do in Reykjavik if you have extra free time.

You'll arrive in Iceland's vibrant capital, Reykjavik, where you'll check in to your overnight accommodation. From there, you're free to head out and explore the city, getting a taste of its fantastic culture and iconic landmarks.

Start at the Hallgrimskirkja church, whose tower offers panoramic views of the city's colorful rooftops and the expansive bay. The Sun Voyager is a stone's throw away, a striking steel sculpture that symbolizes hope and exploration. 

Then, stroll down to the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, an architectural masterpiece with its geometric glass facade reflecting both the sea and city life.

Wander the lively Laugavegur and Skolavordustigur streets, where boutique shops, quaint cafes, and vibrant murals line the way.

If you have time, check out one of the city's museums. The Whales of Iceland museum offers a deeper dive into the country's marine inhabitants, with impressive life-size models on display. The Perlan museum is another notable stop, with its interactive displays and exhibits about the country’s rich nature.

With every step, Reykjavik reveals layers of its rich cultural tapestry and welcoming spirit. Finish your day by retiring to your comfortable accommodation in the city.

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Day 2

Day 2 – Reykjavík

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Today, you can immerse yourself in Reykjavik and participate in added activities if desired. Those who didn't visit the Blue Lagoon yesterday will have time to do so today. This activity comes with a return transfer and is available at both Comfort and Premium levels.

One of the first stops for those content with sightseeing should be Perlan museum and observation deck, where you're granted a fantastic city perspective. Perched on a hill, Perlan offers panoramic views and showcases interactive exhibits about Iceland's natural wonders, from glaciers to geothermal activity. The modern architecture, combined with the innovative displays inside, makes it a blend of education and entertainment, perfectly encapsulating the spirit of Reykjavik.

Of course, if you're looking for adventures, you have a few choices today. For instance, you could embark on a whale-watching voyage from the Old Harbor, providing you with fabulous sightings of both Iceland's gentle giants and its diverse birdlife.

Out on the open waters, there's a chance to spot minke whales, humpback whales, or even orcas, all known to frequent the area. Additionally, playful dolphins and porpoises often accompany these majestic creatures, making the experience even more magical.

Another option is descending into the dormant caldera of Thrihnukagigur, a stunning Icelandic volcano. The magma chamber boasts vibrant colors and is so large that the Statue of Liberty could fit inside.

A specially designed elevator system makes this unique journey into the volcano's heart possible, ensuring a safe and smooth descent. As you go deeper into the chamber, the dazzling array of colors from past lava flows comes alive, telling a vivid story of the earth's fiery past.

The experience is surreal, giving you an unprecedented look into the inner workings of our planet, something very few people ever get to witness firsthand.

Tonight, you'll again spend your evening in Reykjavik accommodation.

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Day 3

Day 3 – Southwest Iceland

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  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Gullfoss waterfall
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The Golden Circle is Iceland's most popular sightseeing route, comprising three major attractions: Thingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall.

You'll begin the day by traveling to the UNESCO site, Thingvellir. This staggering area was the founding place of the Icelandic parliament in 930 AD. Visitors can witness the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates standing exposed from the earth here, a fascinating phenomenon.

Additionally, Thingvellir boasts pristine lakes, ravines, and a unique flora that thrives in the rift valley's environment. The park's historical significance and natural beauty make it a compelling location for understanding Iceland's geology and centuries-old heritage.

Next, you'll visit the hot springs in the steaming Geysir geothermal valley. There, you'll find the geyser, Strokkur, which bursts from the ground every five to ten minutes, shooting a jet of water up to 66 feet (20 meters) into the air. Make sure to have your camera ready!

Besides Strokkur, the Geysir area boasts numerous other bubbling hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles, showcasing the raw geothermal energy of the Icelandic terrain. The original "Geysir," from which all other geysers get their name, can also be found here, though it's primarily dormant these days.

Finally, you'll stop at Gullfoss waterfall. This 105-foot (32-meter) feature cascades glacial water over two cragged steps, culminating in an enormous plume of mist that is nothing short of awe-inspiring. The shorter drop measures 36 feet (11 meters) tall, while the second is about 69 feet (21 meters) tall.

Positioned in a dramatic canyon, the sheer power of Gullfoss can be felt through the vibrations underfoot as you approach its viewing platforms. On sunny days, the mist can often create radiant rainbows, adding another layer of beauty to this magnificent natural wonder.

At the end of your third day, you'll stay overnight in accommodation in South Iceland.

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Day 4

Day 4 – South Coast

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  • Seljalandsfoss Waterfall
  • Skogafoss waterfall
  • Dyrholaey
  • Reynisfjara black sand beach
  • Reynisdrangar Sea Stacks
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You'll embark along the picturesque South Coast at the beginning of day four, stopping at the iconic waterfall, Seljalandsfoss. This 197-foot (60-meter) high feature has a hidden cavern behind it, allowing visitors to experience a waterfall from a truly unique perspective.

Next, you'll drive to Skogafoss waterfall, known for its wider cascade, two observation points, and the legend of hidden treasures concealed behind the tumbling water. This gigantic high curtain of falling water measures around 197 feet (60 meters). Skogafoss also has an impressive width of 82 feet (25 meters).

On clear and sunny days, the plume of this waterfall creates rainbows, adding a visual treat to your photographs.

You could also choose to visit an ice cave today. Ice caves are an incredible natural wonder that will transport you into an almost crystal palace of icy walls marbled in white and blue.

You'll also visit the Dyrholaey sea arch, a rocky promenade that stretches out from the mainland of the South Coast into the sea. From here, you'll get a great few of the surrounding landscape.

The arch is a haven for nesting seabirds, especially puffins in summer. Its dramatic formation and the contrast of the roaring waves below create an awe-inspiring natural spectacle that's a testament to the raw power of Icelandic nature.

You'll finish your day at the black sand beach, Reynisfjara, known not just for its striking dark color but also for the Reynisdrangar rock stacks that stand proudly out at sea. Keep an eye on the surrounding cliffs, as you might spot a puffin or two.

The beach's basalt columns are another captivating feature, sculpted by nature into an almost symmetrical pattern. The sound of the Atlantic waves crashing onto the shore and the unique landscape make Reynisfjara a memorable and enchanting stop.

You'll spend the night at an accommodation in South Iceland.

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Day 5

Day 5 – Southeast Iceland

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  • Skaftafell Nature Reserve
  • Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon
  • Diamond Beach
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On your fifth day, you'll continue your journey down the South Coast towards what is known colloquially as "The Crown Jewel of Iceland," Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon. This gem of a natural feature can be found amidst the beauty of Vatnajokull National Park and, more often than not, comes out as the favorite of Iceland's attractions among guests.

While here, you can take an amphibian boat tour, allowing you to get up close and personal with the icebergs. Taking a boat out onto the lagoon is also a fantastic way of seeing the resident seals and listening to a qualified guide explain the history and formation of the national park. The boat tour can be added to this package upon booking.

The lagoon is a mesmerizing sight, with vast icebergs breaking away from the glacier and floating serenely on its shimmering waters before journeying to the ocean. The interplay of light reflecting off the ice creates varying hues of blue, making Jokulsarlon a magical place for photography and reflection. 

Only a short stroll away, visitors will also be able to appreciate Diamond Beach, an area of black sand shoreline where icebergs wash up on land on their way out to the Atlantic. Given this area's glittering, out-of-this-world aesthetic, Diamond Beach is equally beloved by nature enthusiasts and photographers alike.

The contrast of the ice chunks against the dark volcanic sand is a beautiful sight reminiscent of gemstones scattered on velvet. As the waves crash against the ice, they create a melody that enhances the ambiance of this unique Icelandic shoreline, making it a captivating experience for all who visit.

Today, you'll also take in the Skaftafell Nature Reserve, a beautiful part of the country within the Vatnajokull National Park. From here, you'll go on a glacier hike. You'll be fitted with all the necessary gear and taken up on the icy slopes to see the incredible views from on top of a glacier.

This evening, you'll stay in accommodation in Southeast Iceland.

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Day 6

Day 6 – Eastfjords

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  • Hallormsstadaskogur Forest
  • Lake Lagarfljot
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It's now your sixth day of this adventure and time to discover the Eastfjords, one of the lesser-visited regions in Iceland. This area is characterized by trailing mountain roads, wild and breathtaking beaches, and quaint local settlements.

The Eastfjords are a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, with opportunities to spot reindeer roaming the landscapes and a diverse array of seabirds nesting on coastal cliffs. The serenity of the fjords, punctuated by cascading waterfalls and historic fishing villages, offers a tranquil and authentic Icelandic experience.

Exactly where you stop today will be up to the discretion of your local guide, though you can feel confident in their decision.

For instance, you might visit Iceland's largest national forest, Hallormsstadaskogar, which sits on the bank of Lake Lagarfljot. Nestled within the woods are various walking trails that offer serene encounters with Iceland's native flora and occasional sightings of local fauna. Hallormsstadaskogar's dense woodland and tranquil atmosphere starkly contrast the country's more rugged landscapes, making it a unique haven for nature lovers.

According to legends, Lagarfljot is home to a giant creature known as "The Wyrm," considered Iceland's equivalent of the Loch Ness Monster. Sightings of this mythical beast have been recorded for centuries, with some locals and visitors claiming to have seen serpentine shapes moving beneath the water's surface. 

Beyond the folklore, the lake is a serene expanse of water framed by picturesque landscapes reflecting Iceland's raw natural beauty.

You'll also have the option of taking a breathtaking horseback riding tour through this region to marvel over mountains and seascapes. Icelandic horses are unique, having been bred in isolation for centuries. They're known for their strength, intelligence, and smooth, tolt gait. Riding these gentle animals provides a traditional and immersive way to experience the Icelandic landscapes, making the journey as memorable as the destination.

This evening, you'll stay in accommodation in East Iceland.

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Day 7

Day 7 – Akureyri

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  • Dettifoss waterfall
  • Asbyrgi canyon
  • Lake Myvatn Area
  • Godafoss Waterfall
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Now, it's time to head north. Before leaving East Iceland, you can visit the Vok Baths, a stunning spa in a breathtaking lake.

Otherwise, your first stop today is a mighty waterfall.

Dettifoss has the most powerful flow rate of any waterfall in Europe, making it an essential stop for any traveler in Iceland. Dettifoss measures 328 feet (100 meters) wide and drops 141 feet (43 meters). It also has an average flow rate of 50,985 gallons (193 cubic meters) per second.

The plume of mist created by its cascading water creates a truly spectacular sight, especially when complemented by the stark, volcanic landscapes surrounding it. Because of its visual appeal, Dettifoss was used in the Ridley Scott science-fiction epic, "Prometheus."

After your time at the waterfall, you'll head further north, stopping at the luscious Asbyrgi canyon before making your way to the town of Husavik. You can roam around this charming settlement, watch the small fishing boats bob up and down at the harbor, or visit the old wooden Husavikurkirkja church.

You'll then visit the stunning region of Lake Myvatn. This shining blue lake is a true wonder of nature and is surrounded by unforgettable attractions. For example, the geothermal valley of Namaskard Pass is known as much for its steaming fumaroles as it is for its red, Martian-like terrain.

Guests can visit the Dimmuborgir lava fields, home to some spectacular rock formations and only a short distance away. These formations are steeped in folklore, with local legends suggesting they are the homes of elves and trolls. The twisted columns and hollowed caves, sculpted by ancient volcanic eruptions, create a labyrinthine landscape that captivates the imagination.

You'll then head to the peaceful “Capital of the North,” Akureyri. On your way there, you'll also stop at another incredible waterfall, Godafoss. This gem is significant to many Icelanders as it's the spot where Iceland adopted Christianity over a thousand years ago.

You'll stay in North Iceland this evening.

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Day 8

Day 8 – Reykjavík

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  • Eyjafjordur fjord
  • Hvítserkur Rock Stack
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Today, you'll head back to the capital of Iceland, Reykjavik. You'll start the day by saying goodbye to the charming town of Akureyri and driving through the beautiful fjord of Eyjafjordur. On your way, you'll stop at the cozy Kaffi Ku, where you can grab a bite or drink as you take in the gorgeous surroundings.

You'll then make your way to the quaint village of Hauganes. Hauganes offers a chance to see idyllic Icelandic country life. This town is a great place to stroll around and stretch your legs as you admire the peaceful surroundings.

Nestled by the fjord, the village boasts panoramic views of the sparkling water against snow-capped mountains. The local fishing industry thrives here, and you might even catch a glimpse of fishermen bringing in the day's catch or mending their nets on the shores.

You can hop aboard a boat from the harbor and take a whale-watching tour in Hauganes. The waters of the north are considered among the best in the world to see these gentle giants of the sea.

During the journey, you'll be looking for whales, playful dolphins, and curious harbor porpoises that frequently appear. The blend of dramatic coastal scenery and the chance of a close encounter with marine wildlife make this a memorable and thrilling experience.

You'll then venture towards the mystical Hvitserkur area. This part of the country is a favorite for photographers because of the unusual rock formation off the shore, also called Hvitserkur. The formation protrudes about 50 feet (15 meters) from the sea.

Legend has it this rock was once an angry troll that ignored the rising sun and was turned to stone by light rays. When looking at Hvitserkur at a certain angle, you may see the shape of an elephant. 

Interestingly, this rock formation is also a favorite animal nesting ground. Shags, fulmars, and seagulls are the most common bird species you'll find nesting in the area.

You'll then return to Reykjavik, where you'll rest for the night.

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Day 9

Day 9 – Reykjavík

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You can spend your time today in several ways. The first is by getting fully acquainted with Iceland's capital, Reykjavik. Check out its famous landmarks, visit its pubs and restaurants, and stroll around some quaint neighborhoods.

You could head to the old harbor, a bustling area filled with a rich history and transformed into a vibrant spot with restaurants and small businesses. Another option is relaxing in a geothermal pool like Laugardalslaug or Sundhollin, popular among locals and visitors alike for their therapeutic waters and rejuvenating ambiance.

Alternatively, you could take a day tour of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, known as "Iceland in Miniature" due to its wide range of eclectic natural attractions, including black sand beaches, glacier-topped stratovolcanoes, and iconic mountain peaks. Most famously, the peninsula is home to the Snaefellsjokull ice cap and "Iceland's most photographed mountain," Kirkjufell.

Other adventure options are also available. For instance, you could return to Thingvellir National Park to snorkel in the Silfra Fissure glacial spring, one of the only places in the world where one can swim between the continents. Participants here need to be comfortable in the water and be able to swim.

The crystal clear waters of Silfra offer visibility up to 328 feet (100 meters), unveiling an underwater landscape adorned with unique rock formations, vivid colors, and dancing algae. It's not just the novelty of swimming between tectonic plates but the unparalleled clarity of the water that makes this snorkeling experience genuinely one-of-a-kind.

Another choice could be snowmobiling on Langjokull glacier. Snowmobiling is one of those rare activities where participants can blend heart-racing adrenaline with truly epic sightseeing. Langjokull is the second-largest ice cap in Iceland.

Navigating its pristine white expanse, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes that stretch as far as the eye can see. Plus, the crisp mountain air and the feeling of freedom on the glacier make this a memory you won't soon forget.

Once again, you'll stay in Reykjavik accommodation overnight.

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Day 10

Day 10 – Reykjavík

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It's your final day in the land of ice and fire. For those who have a later flight and choose to visit the Blue Lagoon today, you'll finish your stay unwinding before heading to the airport. This is the perfect place to relax as you bathe in the warm, mineral-rich waters and reflect on the incredible adventure you've just taken in the land of fire and ice.

If your flight is later, there are plenty of things to do in Reykjavik. Don't miss Reykjavik's Rainbow Street, symbolizing the city's progressive spirit and commitment to LGBTQ+ rights. It's a vibrant pathway and a significant statement of Icelandic inclusivity.

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Reykjavik, Tjornin pond offers a serene respite. This downtown pond is a favored spot for locals and tourists, surrounded by colorful buildings and frequented by over 40 species of birds, making it an urban birdwatcher's paradise.

Adjacent to Tjornin, you'll find Hljomskalagardur Park, a beautiful green expanse perfect for strolls, picnics, or simply relaxing by the pondside. The park also occasionally hosts live music performances, bringing a touch of melodic charm to the surroundings.

For those with a penchant for history and culture, Reykjavik's array of museums is sure to captivate. The Reykjavik City Museum provides insights into the city's history. At the same time, the Saga Museum delves into the fascinating tales of Viking adventures and historic Icelandic events, complete with realistic wax figures.

If art is more your style, the Reykjavik Art Museum and the Museum of Photography showcase Icelandic and international talents with collections ranging from contemporary pieces to historical snapshots. Each institution educates and offers a unique window into the Icelandic soul and its storied past.

You'll head to the airport with plenty of time for your flight home. We wish you a pleasant journey and hope to see you again soon.

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What to bring

Warm, waterproof clothing
Good outdoor shoes
Water bottle

Good to know

Customers traveling on their own will be given a single room. Reservations for two people will be allocated a double room. For bookings of 3 or more, triple rooms will automatically be assigned. For example, a group of 8 will receive two triple rooms and one double. If these arrangements do not meet your requirements, please get in touch with the provider.

It can happen, in the case of extreme weather, that an activity is canceled. If your chosen activity is canceled, we will assist you with rearranging or booking other activities when possible, and any potential price difference will be refunded to you.

Please note that you might need to present medical documents should you choose to go snorkeling. Participants also need to be comfortable in the water and be able to swim.

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