6 Day Winter Trip In Iceland | From Reykjavik to the Ice Cave

Above a beautiful lake in Iceland, emerald and violet Northern Lights dance across the sky.
Glacier lagoons in the South Iceland, such as Jökulsárlón and Fjallsárlón, fill with icebergs breaking away from retreating glacial tongues.
Gullfoss waterfall in winter, when surrounding in ice and snow, gains a new kind of beauty, but visitors will want to dress up warm to see it.
In winter, basking in geothermal pools such as the Blue Lagoon is a wonderful way to warm up and spend hours outside in the nature.
Against a wintery sunrise, Strokkur geyser ejects water to heights that can—and very rarely even exceed—forty metres.
Gullfoss waterfall, in south Iceland, becomes surrounded with a sprinkling of snow in early winter; when the season ends, it will be piled under metres of it.
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Explore the beautiful Icelandic winter scene with this 6-day package. Visit the most sought-after sites in Iceland, like the Blue Lagoon, the Golden Circle, and the South Coast, and spice up your trip with a visit to an unparallelled Icelandic winter wonder: the stunning blue ice cave in Vatnajökull National Park.

Travelling the country couldn't be easier with this winter package, all accommodations, transportation and guided visits to some of Iceland's most beautiful attractions will be sorted out for you, allowing you to travel with ease and comfort.

With this package, you'll get to explore the famed attractions of the Golden Circle, travel the South Coast all the way to Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, and enter a winter-world inside an authentic ice cave. You will also get to hunt for the stunning Northern Lights and a soak in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon. 

If you wish to add more excitement to your days, you can add on tours where you ride the Icelandic horse, snorkel at Þingvellir National Park, snowmobile on Langjökull glacier, watch the whales off the shores of Reykjavík or spend a day on the beautiful Snæfellsnes Peninsula.

Discover the wonders of Iceland in the wintertime with this fantastic 6-day tour! Check booking availability now, by choosing a date.


Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: Nov. - Mar.
  • Duration: 6 days
  • Activities: Snorkelling, Caving, Hiking, Snowmobile, Horse Riding, Whale Watching, Sightseeing, Boat Trip, Northern lights hunting, Hot Spring Bathing, Ice Caving
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Minimum age: 8 years.
  • Languages: English
  • Highlights: Blue Lagoon, Golden Circle, Reykjavík, Jökulsárlón, Snæfellsjökull, Skógafoss, Seljalandsfoss, Geysir, Gullfoss, Þingvellir, Strokkur, Snæfellsnes, Skaftafell, Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, Vík í Mýrdal, Kirkjufell, Diamond Beach
Pickup information:
  • Pickup time : Flexible

Included:
  • Airport transfer on arrival/departure

  • 4 nights of accommodation in Reykjavik (different levels available; breakfast not included for Super Budget level; breakfast included for Comfort and Quality levels; more detailed info below)

  • Blue Lagoon comfort entrance (upgrade to premium level available) and return transfer

  • Golden Circle sightseeing tour in a minibus (upgrades available with other activities)

  • South Coast 2-day minibus tour with ice caving

  • 1 night of accommodation in a country hotel in Vatnajokull National Park during the 2-day south coast tour (breakfast included, private bathroom depending on availability)

  • Northern Lights hunting

  • Detailed Itinerary with fun and practical information on the nature, history and culture of Iceland

  • Hands-on travel agent to oversee your itinerary

  • Taxes

  • Dinner

  • Lunch


What to bring:
  • Camera

  • Swimsuit

  • Warm clothes

  • Good hiking shoes

  • Good waterproof outer layers


Good to know:

The Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, and therefore cannot be guaranteed, but this itinerary is designed to maximise your chances to see them if weather allows. Please be aware that your itinerary may have to be rearranged to fit your arrival date and time better.

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



Daily itinerary

Day 1 - Arrival and Northern Lights


Northern Lights tours are conducted on land and on sea, and both options provide a great chance of spotting the incredible auroras.


Welcome to Iceland! As you exit the airport, you'll feel the brisk and refreshing Icelandic winter weather on your face. You'll take the swift Flybus airport transfer and be driven through the rocky landscape on your way to the capital city of Reykjavík.

Your accommodation was chosen for its excellent location and comfort, bringing you to the heart of Reykjavík. You can spend the evening getting to know the city, walking the narrow and colourful streets or sampling the cuisine found in the bars, coffee shops, and cafés around town.

If you like, you can take the complimentary Northern Lights boat tour today. Come aboard a lovely sightseeing ship from the Old Harbour by Harpa Concert Hall, and you'll be able to gaze up at the sky, in hopes of seeing those fabulous sparkles of eerie colour!

Alternately, you can take a Northern Lights minibus tour to head out into the countryside under cover of darkness and watch for glimmers of colour against a backdrop of the Icelandic wilderness.

You'll spend the night in Reykjavik.


Day 2 - The Golden Circle and Blue Lagoon


Gullfoss thunders into an ancient canyon, which in winter, becomes cloaked in thick layers of snow and ice.


Today, you'll visit the popular locations of the Golden Circle: Þingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area, and Gullfoss waterfall.

If you choose to go horseback riding, that will be at the start of your day, before going to Þingvellir National Park.

Þingvellir National Park was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its importance to world culture. The first parliament was founded in the valley in 930 AD. Viking chieftains and their retainers would make their way to this beautiful place to discuss the law each year. They stood on the shores of Lake Þingvellir, just as you can. They, too, admired the silvery waters of Silfra fissure, which is popular today for snorkelling and diving. You can choose to join a snorkelling tour here yourself.

The gorge which marks the division of tectonic plates gets a bit wider each year, due to the furious pressure of the earth. It only moves at a rate of 2 mm each year, so even though it was slightly narrower 1,000 years ago, the famous Vikings of the past may have walked where you are walking today!

The second stop on the Golden Circle is Geysir geothermal area, made famous by the temperamental geysers blasting water high into the air. The furious pressure which drives them boils deep below the surface, making these explosions thrilling to behold. While Geysir itself is dormant after nearly 10,000 years of activity, Strokkur erupts every 10 minutes or so, shooting water as high as 40 m (131 ft).

Also, there are more than 30 other hot springs, bubbling mud pots, and steaming vents here. Stroll the entire area to see how the water streams over the rocks and how the minerals therein make beautiful colours!

At Gullfoss waterfall, you can view the power of the water from glacial runoff as it shoots down the river, tumbles over the two-tiered falls and crashes into the canyon below. The energy of the river has made it a popular spot for white water rafting a little further down from the waterfall. You can feel the thunder in your fingers and toes as you make your way along the walking path to the waterfall where you can admire its power from up close.

If snowmobiling is what you'd like to do today, then your snowmobile tour will take place on Langjökull glacier, after your visit to Gullfoss waterfall.

On the way back to the city after the Golden Circle tour, you’ll make a stop at the Blue Lagoon, for a sensory experience unique to Iceland. Release all your tension, letting the azure water soothe tired muscles and joints.

Please note that if you have arranged additional activities with your Golden Circle tour, such as snorkelling, horseback riding or snowmobiling, your visit to the Blue Lagoon will be scheduled on your arrival or departure day instead, so you will have time to take full advantage of its restorative powers. The Lagoon is world-famous for its healing, mineral-rich waters - This is not a place you want to rush.

You'll return to Reykjavík to relax from your busy day and enjoy another night in town before your next adventure.

You'll spend the night in Reykjavik.


Day 3 - The South Coast


A path fully surrounds the South Coast waterfall of Seljalandsfoss, which can be taken so long as the conditions are not too treacherous.


Today a two-day exploration of the lovely yet wild south coast begins, the most popular area for sightseeing in Iceland.

First, a pair of enchanting waterfalls. Seljalandsfoss is nestled in a cliff which rises out of the hillside. There is a path that goes directly behind the falls, so you may look out at the landscape from under a veil of twinkling icicles and running water, but take care not to slip on the icy ground! Next, visit Skógafoss waterfall, a high waterfall rumoured to hide buried treasure in its misty pool.

Then, the infamous Reynisfjara beach is a place of pearly frost and black sand, surrounded by black basalt that forms the cliffs and stands out in the sea in majestic columns while the waves crash on the shore. This location is dramatically beautiful, but dangerous in return. Visitors should always keep a distance of about 20-30 metres from the unpredictable waves.

After that, you'll visit Skaftafell National Park, a popular hiking and camping area which lies right beside the largest glacier in Iceland, Vatnajökull. Iceland's highest peak, Hvannadalshnúkur (or Hvannadalshnjúkur), is visible from the hiking trails here, rising to a height of 2110 m (6,922 ft).

Finally, you'll make your way to the astonishing Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, where chunks of ice break off the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier in the distance, washed away by meltwater to this lagoon before finally floating out to sea.

The ice is untouched by the UV rays which turn the surfaces blinding white, leaving a pure blue colour on the underside. Seals play on the ice and gulls wheel overhead, creating a lovely display. On the nearby Diamond Beach, chunks of ice wash up on the black sand and lie sparkling in the sun.

You'll spend the night in a cosy country hotel either near Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon or Skaftafell Nature Reserve. Both areas are spectacular locations to hunt for the Northern Lights.


Day 4 - Deep Inside the Ice Cave


Helmets and crampons are required for ice caving, so wear thin hats and decent hiking shoes.


Today, you'll hop into a specially modified Superjeep which will take you all the way to your next unique experience: a natural blue ice cave beneath Vatnajökull glacier. There is a short hike through the winter air, so be sure to wear good hiking boots which cover your ankles. No one wants to go caving with damp socks!

These caves are discovered by specialists each autumn, who search the countryside for caves which are both safe to traverse and as beautiful as can be - sheets of transparent blue ice form the walls, while lacy frost and ice sculptures decorate the inside.

These caves change every day, shifting, melting and refreezing with the weather, so no two caves are alike. This is truly a one-of-a-kind experience, even if you have been ice caving before.

You'll spend around 45 minutes within the ice cave so make sure that you dress warmly! You'll get a helmet, so you should bring a winter hat that is not too bulky, as it needs to fit under the helmet.

After the breathtaking experience of the ice cave, you'll return to Reykjavík for the evening. You'll make a second stop at Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon to see how it looks in the midday light. You might also be able to see more seals sunbathing on the icebergs.

On our way back to Reykjavík, your guide will keep his eyes open for the glimmer of Northern Lights and make a stop if they appear.

You'll spend the night in Reykjavik.


Day 5 - Your Choice: Reykjavik vs Snaefellsnes Peninsula


The Snæfellsnes Peninsula, or 'Iceland in Miniature' as it is otherwise known, is beautiful throughout the year, but somewhat more mystical in midwinter.


Option 1 - Quirky and Stylish Reykjavik

Make the most of your time in the capital by spending the day sightseeing in Reykjavik, from the beautiful Sólfarið (“Sun Voyager”) sculpture of a Viking ship which sits on the harbour to the historic parliament buildings just off the main shopping street.

Speaking of shopping, you can stroll the avenue while looking at the wares of the funky shops you find there, or stop at one of our local coffee shops with a special weekly roast. The shops offer everything from Icelandic handicrafts and souvenirs to books, volcanic jewellery and more.

Down by the Old Harbour, you can stop for lunch in one of the many restaurants and then take a whale watching tour around the harbour area. Watch the waves for the telltale swish of a fin. Keep your eyes on the rocks of the little islands just a short distance from the shore, and you'll see many birds nesting.

Option 2 - The Photographer's Paradise

If you can't get enough of the beautiful Icelandic coast, you may select to tour Snæfellsnes peninsula instead. This impressive assemblage of natural landmarks contains so many features common in Iceland that it is sometimes called “Iceland in Miniature,” because you can see it all in one place!

The impressive Snæfellsjökull glacier/volcano was described as the entryway to the centre of the Earth in Jules Verne's famous novel Journey to the Centre of the Earth. The glacier is at the tip of Snæfellsnes peninsula, which you'll explore today. You'll make your way along the north side of the peninsula, along the coastline, past the glacier and then tour the southern rim before returning to Reykjavík.

The iconic mountain Kirkjufell rises before you on your way to Ólafsvík village. Shortly after, you'll admire other quaint fishing villages, such as Rif and Hellissandur.

You'll visit not one but two black sand beaches, at Djúpalónssandur and Dritvík, both important fishing centres in Iceland in previous centuries.

You will continue to Hellnar, another cute little village where you'll enjoy a hike to explore the nearby cliffs, watching seabirds and admiring the beautiful views of the sea and to the glacier of Snæfellsjökull.

If you wish, you can add yet another Northern Lights tour on this evening as well, and spend your night breathing clouds of crisp air into the darkness as you gaze at the skies above. Hopefully, the Aurora forecast will be on your side!

Your arrival time back in Reykjavík is dependent on Northern Lights conditions, but you will return sometime between 9 PM and 1 AM.

You'll spend the night in Reykjavik.


Day 6 - Farewell to Iceland


Across the solidly frozen lake of Tjörnin, visitors can admire the snowy skyline of Reykjavík city.


On your final day in Iceland, take the convenient airport shuttle from your hotel to Keflavík International Airport.

If you are lucky enough to have a late flight, use the time you have left to bid farewell to the city. Stop at a café or cheese shop for one last nibble, finish up any last-minute shopping, and visit any museums or special spots you may have missed.

For example, you may enjoy a walk to Hallgrímskirkja church, known for its architecture inspired by the basalt cliffs of Iceland and the statue of famous explorer Leifur Eiríksson in front.

If you've not yet had the chance, take an hour or two to soak in the Blue Lagoon before your departure.

Have a wonderful flight and come back soon!


Accommodation in Reykjavik

See our accommodation levels below. Super Budget booking will be arranged in hostel dormitory bed accommodation. For Comfort and Quality bookings, single person bookings will be arranged in a single room, while bookings of 2 or more people will share twin/double room(s) or triple room(s). If you are travelling in a group, but prefer a single room, please make separate bookings. For multi-day guided tours, accommodation cannot be upgraded and the levels below do not apply. We always do our best to accommodate special requests, which may incur additional costs.

Super Budget

Rooms or dormitory beds with shared bathrooms in guesthouses or hostels, such as HI Hostels. Located in the capital region. Breakfast is not included.

Comfort

Rooms with a private bathroom at three-star hotels such as Fosshótel Barón, or quality guesthouses. Located in the city center or in close vicinity. Breakfast is included.

Quality

Rooms at four-star design hotels in the city center with a private bathroom at the absolute best locations downtown such as Hotel Alda. Breakfast is included.


Cancellation Insurance

This insurance guarantees that you can cancel the booking of this package and receive a full refund, minus the insurance cost of 5,000 ISK per person. The cancellation must be made within a minimum of 48-hours before the listed starting time. To cancel your booking and claim your refund, simply contact our service desk by writing to info@guidetoiceland.is no later than 48-hours before departure and declare the cancellation. Please note that this insurance only covers the full cancellation of this entire package. It does not cover cancellations of individual activities and services within the package. The cost of the Cancellation Insurance is neither refundable nor transferable.


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Reviews

Average rating 4.6 / Number of reviews 34

Guide to Iceland plans your entire trip based on your selections! They send you your intenerary and passes which you simply print out and go. I made a change to our last day since some days are a bit heavy on time spent in travel bus and we are a bit more adventurous. They worked fast and politely to accommodate the change and we got to ride horses while the sun came up and take the cool lights warm baths tour our final day which made for a magical end to our trip! Rooms were clean and spacious. The guides were endearing and each had their own style which made it fun. Overall, we absolutely loved our experience with guide to Iceland and would use them again.

This 6 Day package has been just wonderful and perfect for my wife and me. Every guides were professional, and explained the history, society, culture, climate, and why this kind geography was made in Iceland. From the story of the guides, they have been informed that they love Iceland. Especially, the tour on day 3 - 4 south coast and Ice cave tour were awesome for us. We could enjoy scenery one after another, even from the bus. Everything was filled with attractions. When we go to the ice cave, we go though the glacier by a jeep. We could not forget the excitement at that time, the emotion when we saw the mysterious Ice cave. We felt the earth and thanked us for being alive now. We became fans of Iceland. We would definitely like to go on a trip to Iceland again near future. Finally, we appreciate all the staff and guides, DAVID who made arrangement for our tours, and RAKEL & SIGVRONON who are guided through Day 3 - 4.

Overall excellent, but should of been told that a ‘standard ‘ room in the Cabin hotel was the size of a closet! We were able to upgrade after 2 days but it was terribly small. Guides over all very good. But the guide (Magnus-Aurora Hunters) on our 2 day south tour. He texted while driving, talked on his cell phone a lot and smoked every break and the whole van smelled of cigarettes . He had a good start telling us history and stories but after a while not much. If we did not keep track of fellow passengers he would of left. My wife and I both thought there were times he nearly fell asleep while driving. We had to keep asking questions to keep him alert and engaged. As I said the tour itself was excellent and all other guides excellent. I would recommend again but you need to periodically evaluate the guides. Also we spent 2 nights at the Icelandair Marina hotel which was amazing

I booked this vacation for my myself, my wife, and my parents. What a fantastic week full of experiences. Two things will always stick with me. The first is how seamless the folks at Guide to Iceland made the entire process. There wasn't a mis-step at all. Each of our accommodations and tour guides were expecting us and ready. The small tour groups were friendly and energetic. The second thing is that the people of Iceland all made our trip welcoming and filled with memories. Guides, staffs, shopkeepers, or just the people we met on our adventure. Every last person was welcoming an friendly. We truly could not have asked for a better adventure.

I am very grateful I found Guide to Iceland and this 6 Day package was just wonderful and perfect for my husband and I! Our days in Iceland wouldn't be fantastic and complete without the tour with Guide to Iceland. Every single tour was very professional and in small group. Accommodation were good. Rest assured you will get superb quality of tour everyday. I would like to thank Kuna – for being very helpful and responsive in assisting us to arrange and accommodate our travel needs and queries. All the tour guides in this package were on time and very enthusiastic. They do their best – explain the way of life in Iceland, history, culture, geology and did their best to show us the beauty of Iceland as much as they can. AJ from Dive.is was fantastic and fun guiding us to snorkel in Silfra and sightseeing in Golden Circle. Sigthor, who brought us for the two days South Coast was very informative and shared a lot of information during the long journey. I still reminiscing the Icelandic folk songs he sang for us during our journey! I was totally mesmerised by Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, Diamond Beach, Black Sands Beach, Ice Cave and the scenic landscape along the journey. Sigthor even brought us to extra place – Sveitarfélagið Hornafjörður, one of the coolest filming place of Games of Thrones. He also stopped by one of the place to fulfil our request to get near to the beautiful Icelandic horses. Thumbs up for his effort! Siggi, a very professional aurora borealis hunting expert and very knowledgable made a remarkable night for us. Well done and thank you for taking pictures for all of us with the amazing aurora borealis! Totally unforgettable impressive experience from Guide to Iceland. Rest assured I have and I will continue to rave about Guide to Iceland and suggest to anyone I know who is going to Iceland.

We are just leaving iceland and had a wonderful time! Embla was great in serting us upwtih this tour! Made sure everything was ok! All our tours were small group tours which was what we wanted and the best experience! Our tour guides were awesome! Specially Torstein for the 2 day south coast/ ice cave tour! He was informative, entertaining with his DJ skills, “funny” and made sure we made it back amidst the high winds on our way home, even found northern lights for us! Glacier lagoon was the BEST! Loftur for snaefellsnes tour was great as well! Really nice guys and drove us around picturesque sceneries! We saw waterfalls, climbed up a crater, went to black sand beach and the ocean , saw the glacier and more! There was local pancakes and coffee at the end too! Begga was great for our northern lights tour! She found us a great spot to see them and we even went to thengvellir park to try and find more and we stayed late to wait for more to come!! Blue lagoon experience was a nice end to the tour to relax after all the touring around! I suggest doing blue lagoon in the end if u have extra days after the tour.. thank you embla for scheduling us that way! I fell in love with iceland! I really recommend this tour! And the hotels are great soecially the one in the 2 day tour! Too bad thwe weather wasnt cooperative when we were there coz it was the perfect spot for northern lights!!!

Exceptional experience, nearly flawless organisation. High quality of tours and hotels provided. Recommended!

We booked this trip based on our needs, but we added an extra day, so we can tour Reykjavik on our own. It tuned out we made the right decision. Embla was very helpful in keeping up my many changes requests. The trip was everything we had expected, and the experience was incredible! Not everything went off as planned due to the unpredictable weather in Iceland. Soon after we visited Ice Cave we were advised that we had to be hurried back to city due to an upcoming storm. The first night we were supposed to join the northern light tour, but it got cancel due to the raining weather, but we got rescheduled to another day, and it turned out a good night for us as the light activity for that night was very strong and active for a level 7. We got luck out. It was truly amazing!

Just returned from our tour in which we added an extra night. It was incredible! Everything went off as planned. We saw the northern lights the first night-truly amazing! This tour has some very long days but my daughter and I felt like we saw and did EVERYTHING we wanted to. All tours went as planned and on time which is a feat in itself. We went to the Blue Lagoon our last full day in Iceland after all the tours. We needed and really appreciated it then. Had we not added an extra day, we would not have been able to enjoy the city of REYKJAVÍK since we chose the peninsula tour. FOSSHOTEL Baron great location- the room the first 2 nights (511)was extremely small and shower barely enough to fit in. Upon our return from the South, our room the last 3 nights (503)was much better! Staff very helpful and friendly.

Everything was great! The guides were very kind and fun and knew all they had to know. They went out of their way to be helpful and were always looking for us to have the best experience. All the tours were very well organized and the staff of guide to Iceland were always very helpful! I would gladly book another vacation with them! Highly recommended!!

Despite a 90mph storm wind grounding our flight (which caused us to miss the Golden Circle tour portion of our trip), I’m giving Melkorka Edda and Guide to Iceland 5 stars! Here’s why: she managed to rebook our bus transfers and northern lights tour within hours of learning our initial flight got canceled, plus emailed us contact phone numbers and other things we needed to stay in touch with our guides. We stayed at Hotel Alda, which I can not recommend enough. It’s one of the nicer hotels my husband and I have stayed in during our global travels. Our two day ice caving trip guide was also excellent, sharing personal stories of how his own family adapted to their home villages being partly or completely buried after a volcanic eruption. We were treated to countless stories and even got to hear some Icelandic Viking metal shortly after our glacier hike. I will always cherish the memories from this trip and am already planning a return visit. You can’t hold anyone responsible for the weather changing part of your trip — and they did their best to make our vacation the trip of a lifetime!

Great! Excellent!

I used this service to book all the tours and hotels for a solo trip in March. It went extremely well. I got lucky with the weather and was able to see everything I wanted, including the Northern Lights! All of the tours were very professional and organized. My hotels were wonderful. Overall, great service. My only tip would be for you to be proactive and ask questions if there's anything that is unclear. I found all tour and hotel staff to be extremely helpful. Also, you can expect to spend a LOT of time on buses in transit, so keep that in mind.

Just got backed k from Iceland three days ago. It was a wonderful trip that Guide to Iceland well arranged for us. We saw the northern light on the first day! The Diamond beach and Ice Cave are amazing!! All the guides are patient and experienced! I will recommend it to my friends!

We had a great trip overall and are looking forward to going back soon. The tour was well organized and went very smoothly. We enjoyed all aspects except for the optional day tour of Snaefellsnes, which we felt was not as well organized as the rest of the trip. The guide was mediocre at best and we ended up not stopping at Vatnshelir, a lava cave, which was highlighted in the description of the tour. Nevertheless, we had a great time and got two opportunities to see the Northern Lights, which was one of our key goals. Other notable aspects of the trip included visits to an ice cave, snowmobiling on a glacier and a visit to the Blue Lagoon prior to our departure. It was a memorable trip and I would enthusiastically recommend Guide to Iceland for first time visitors.

Just got back from our visit to Iceland last week. We had an absolutely AMAZING time! We booked everything with Guide to Iceland and had no issues at all. We were able to see the Northern Lights not once, but twice! I know that's not in anyone's control and we were very lucky, but all of the tours booked by Guide to Iceland were great! It may be a little more expensive than touring on your own but it's completely worth it! Highly recommend this company for anyone traveling to Iceland!

it is really a fantastic trip for us!we are very enjoy it!we saw the northern lights and we went to ice cave and glacier lagoon and bought some nice souvenirs!I ald recommend few of my friends who would like coming iceland soon about our guide to iceland's!it was really save time and money!some more we got professional tour guides ,comfortable vain and we can make a new friend!most important is the perfect travel plan!well done

Overall it was an amazing tour! It was our second time in Iceland (this time during winter time) and enjoyed it very much. The trips were well organized, guides and drivers were great. We highly recommend the ice caves tour - was a once in a lifetime experience. We were able to see only low activity of Northern Lights because of weather conditions but we still enjoyed the trip. There was one incident that prevented me from giving this a 5 star review: On our last day, we were supposed to go to Tour to Snaefellsnes National Park, operated by Reykjavik Excursions, picked up from our hotel. We were ready at the reception on time and waited. As accustomed by other day trips we've gone to in the past few days (ice cave, golden circle), we expected to be called for (especially that it was freezing outside). Any way, after a while we called Reykjavik Excursions, who said we had missed the trip and there was nothing we can do about it. We had also called Guide to Iceland, who also said there was nothing we can do. It doesn't say anywhere in the itinerary or the vouchers we are required to wait outside for the driver (which is unreasonable in this weather), and honestly, that's the basic thing I would expect from the driver - to look for everyone who already paid for this trip. We applied for a refund for this particular trip from Guide to Iceland but they still refuse to do so, which left us with a bit of a bad taste from this trip.

Overall the experience was amazing! Through this trip we were able to discover the wonders of Iceland which without we could have done by ourselves. The individual tours were well planned and on time. The second day of our six days package was great and our tour guide Lucia was super helpful, kind and well mannered. The driver (which we don't remember the name) was very qualified and always on time (they were both from Nicetravel). The third and fourth day to the south coast were incredible especially the ice cave and diamon beach. A shoutout to Gardar (sorry for misspelling) which gave us the highlight of the trip in his modified jeep! The last day we had the nicest guide from Sterna travel which was extremely knowledgable, entertaining and made the Aurora hunting exeperience one of a kind. Amazing hotels and great breakfast!

What an amazing experience and country. This trip allowed us to explore a decent proportion of Iceland in the time we had and it was totally worth it. The country itself is breath taking, and mesmerising from the black sand beaches, to the glaciers and volcanos. We had the pleasure of going snowmobiling and climbing up a glacier and into an ice cave - both of which we loved, and will cherish these memories forever. Unfortunately, due to weather we never got the chance to see The Northern Lights although the guides were friendly and fantastic (and hey we got hot chocolate!) Iceland you will hold a special place in my heart and I hope to be back one day. Thanks to all at Guide to Iceland.

We are deeply touched by our warm-hearted guides from Nice Travel and Local Tour Iceland. The weather was tough but the experience was super cool with our experienced and considerate guides. Highly recommended.

Every single destination that we visited in Iceland was spectacular and beautiful beyond words. Everyday was extremely fulfilling with very experienced guides who showered us with lots of concern, as well as being so welcoming that we felt homed in Iceland. While it was regrettable that a trip to the Ice Cave and Glacial Lagoon was cancelled due to an unpredicted change in weather, I would say that it was an amazing experience overall. I would definitely recommend a trip to Iceland as the Icelandic people are so warm and lovely, and they are surely the reason why I would visit Iceland again

Amazing discovery of this amazing Iceland! We loved each and every days of the Six Days Tour, especially the Black Coast, the Ice Cave and the Glacial Lagoon. In addition, the vehicles were new and clean, the drivers and guides experienced and warm. Applause to all of you! Thanks !

We loved every one of our tours on our six-day trip to Iceland. The vehicles were new and clean, the drivers, experienced and safe. Guides gave fascinating details about the surrounds and were very warm and helpful. The accommodations and complimentary meals were very good. I would recommend Guide to Iceland for your trip to Iceland. What a beautiful country. What amazing people! A Happy Vacationer!

We chose the 5 days winter / ice cave tour and came to Iceland for the New Year. Guide to Iceland we very helpful and responsive in planing our trip, and we're flexible about our different requests. Very nice and professionnal team! Iceland is a very interesting place to visit and even if it's quite cold in the winter, it's gorgeous and quite special. However, we were not so lucky with mother nature during our trip... we didn't get to see any northerns lights, and got stuck in a unusual wind/snow storm during our 2-day ice cave/south coast tour, so we didn't get to to to the ice cave, diamond beach, glacier lagoon, and got stranded for hours in Vik because the roads were closed... it was an unusual situation - but my advice is that you don't get your hopes too up about seing everything and understand that winter in Iceland can be unpredictable... we thought the hotels selected could have been a little closer to the center of town and they are nothing fancy, but they were clean and adequate. To sum up we were a bit disapointed with our trip because we didn't get to experience what we had planned for, but overall thought Iceland was a lovely place to visit and would totally recommend Guide to Iceland for planning your trip.

Guide to Iceland help me to arrange the tour. Planning is good but 6 days with 5 different tour companies and the quality of these company are not uniform. Due to the bad weather, Northern Lights tour have been canceled, however agent feedback this tour package was complementary, it was just added to my package as a bonus so unfortunately they can't refund for the tour. Maybe I'm not lucky, during my visit everyday is a rainy day , I am a bit disappointed and tried to enjoy the trip but I'm not. Accomadation: 1)The Hótel Holt - Pro: Nice hotel, good location and quiet, Con: breakfast repeat daily and lack of choice 2)Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina - Pro: Nice hotel, good location and good breakfast. 3)Hotel Höfn - Pro: good breakfast, Con: the room heater is not function, the basin is clogged and bathroom with mold, not clean. Tour company: 1) Reykjavik Excursions - Good. Guide to iceland only provide voucher to me however they did not informed me that all the ticket need to print out. I was so embarrassing all the passenger are waiting for me to rush to the counter for printed ticket. 2) Trips Iceland - Okay. Very talkative Mr. Fannel,he just seat inside the van and drop us in each place. I think he is a driver not a tourist guide. He non stop provided extra stories that not related to the tour, some people may not enjoy it. In the beginning of tour, he pick up the wrong passenger. The tour is rush, I do not have enough time to enjoy each place. Bonus is bring us to extra secret place. 3) Sterna Travel - No ideal because Northern light tour is canceled. 4) Aurora Hunters - Disappointed. Driver Mr.Thron is humour and Guide Ms.Lydia will guide and walk with us. I'm not sure whether I did not see svartifoss or our trip skip this place. Glacier driver bring us to glacier tour, as I did not visit any cave in blue color, I'm not sure whether I did not see the Blue ice cave or our trip skip this place. Bonus is bring us to extra place. 5)Nicetravel- Okay. Mr.Johannes,he just seat inside the van and drop us in each place. I think he is a driver not a tourist guide. The van air condition not good and all window is foggy, all passenger cannot enjoy the outside scenery.

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