Join this fantastic tour combining the major highlights of the Golden Circle sightseeing route with a spot of angling in Iceland's lakes and rivers. This tour is perfect for fishing enthusiasts who are also looking to experience three of the country's biggest visitor attractions.
Þingvellir National Park is your first stop of the day; it is the only UNESCO World Heritage site in Iceland due to its aesthetic beauty, geological makeup and cultural heritage. Here, you will observe the North American and Eurasian tectonic exposed from the earth, as well as the dried volcanic fields, covered with a blanket of Icelandic moss. This is the site where the world's first democratically parliament in 930 AD.
From Þingvellir, you will head to lake Laugarvatn and River Holáa where you will try to catch Arctic Char and Brown Trout. Your experienced guide will provide you with all of the necessary equipment, as well as offer guidance on how best to go about catching your fish.
Next up is Haukadalur Geothermal Valley, home to smoking fumaroles, cauldrons of bubbling mud and, of course, the major hot spring, Strokkur. Unlike its dormant cousin, Geysir, Stokkur will erupt every five minutes or so, putting on an amazing visual spectacle for the valley's visitors.
Your final stop on the Golden Circle tour is the "Golden Falls", Gullfoss, a powerful feature that demonstrates the sheer ferocity of Iceland's water. The cascade drops 32 m over two rocky steps into a dramatic canyon, presenting amazing photographic opportunities.
On your way back to Reykjavik, if we have time we will stop at a few other popular sights, depending on what time allows. One great thing about this tour is it allows you to customize the schedule so it meets your requirements.
So don't delay any longer! Hurry now so you too can experience the highly popular Golden Circle sightseeing route with the added bonus of angling the country's waterways. Check availability by choosing a date.