Join us on this typically Icelandic sightseeing tour, taking you to the main sites of the Golden Circle and Iceland's most popular attractions. After the sightseeing, you will get the chance to take a bath in a geothermally heated pool, the unique Secret Lagoon. This is one of our most popular tours where you will visit Thingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal springs and Gullfoss waterfall.
Gullfoss translates from the Icelandic as "golden falls" and is one of the sites of the Golden Circle. Gullfoss waterfall is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. It plunges in two steps down a deep canyon, and whenever the sun shines, you can spot plenty of rainbows from the spray created by the thundering waterfall.
The Geysir geothermal area features Geysir, a geyser which has been dormant for a while. Its little brother, called Strokkur, still erupts every seven minutes or so. The spouting water usually reaches 10 to 20 meters, but it can reach up to 40 meters occasionally.
Thingvellir National Park is one of the sights Icelanders are most proud of. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, uniting history and geology in one location. Thingvellir National Park lies in a valley at the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and marks the edges of the North American and Eurasian tectonic plate.
The Secret Lagoon is the oldest swimming pool in Iceland and is well maintained so you can take a well-tempered bath throughout the year. The pool was once secret because only a few knew about it, but now everybody can enjoy a refreshing dip in the warm waters.
Please note that meals are not included in this tour, but we will stop on the way so you can purchase snacks. While admission to the Secret Lagoon is included, towels are not and can be rented on location.
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