Exciting 10-Hour Golden Circle Tour with Fridheimar Farm & Secret Lagoon from Reykjavik

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Reykjavík, Iceland
10 hours
Mar. - Jan.
Minimum age
3 years old


Discover the most famous attractions of Iceland on this 10-hour sightseeing tour of the Golden Circle, with extra stops at the Fridheimar farm and the Secret Lagoon. Travelers who want to see waterfalls, diverse geological formations, and a geyser should book this small-group tour today.

For your convenience, this day tour in Iceland begins with a pick-up from your accommodation in Reykjavik. You'll meet your friendly local guide here, who'll serve as your primary source of information and assistance for the next 10 hours.

The adventure takes you east of the capital to explore the world-famous Golden Circle of Iceland. This attraction route features some of the country's most iconic natural wonders and historical sites, making it an ideal day trip for travelers looking to experience the best of Iceland in a short amount of time.

First to see on this tourist route is the Thingvellir National Park, the first UNESCO World Heritage site in Iceland. The park marks the boundary between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, making it a unique location to witness the visible rift between two continents. 

While in this area, don't miss out on walking through Almannagja gorge and marveling at the Oxararfoss waterfall to complete your Thingvellir experience.

The next highlight of your trip is a stop at the nearby Geysir geothermal area, home to the famous Great Geysir and its more active neighbor, Strokkur. While the Great Geysir is mainly dormant, the Strokkur geyser erupts every five to 10 minutes, shooting water up to 66 feet (20 meters).

Spend time wandering the area, observing the various hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles that dot the breathtaking landscape.

Five miles (nine kilometers) from the Geysir area nestles the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland, Gullfoss. Gullfoss, or the "Golden Waterfall," is one of Iceland's most beloved and powerful waterfalls, where the Golden Circle got its name.

The waterfall plunges into a deep canyon in two stages at 105 feet (32 meters), creating a stunning display of nature's raw power. If you're visiting on a sunny day, you might even see rainbows above its cold waters, so always be ready to take photos.

Apart from the three highlights of the Golden Circle, this small-group tour package includes entrance fees to the Kerid Crater, the Secret Lagoon, and lunch at the Fridheimar farm.

Fridheimar is a unique farm in the Golden Circle known for growing tomatoes and other vegetables all year round using geothermal energy. The farm's restaurant is set within one of the greenhouses, providing a warm and cozy atmosphere surrounded by lush tomato plants.

To end your day on a high note, your day tour in Iceland ends with a relaxing geothermal bath at the Secret Lagoon. The hot spring lagoon is the oldest swimming pool in the country, surrounded by moss-covered lava fields.

Check off popular Icelandic attractions from your bucket list by joining this small-group tour in the Golden Circle. Check availability now by choosing a date.

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Pick-up and drop-off from Reykjavik
Lunch at Fridheimar farm, one main meal
Entrance fee into the Secret Lagoon
Entrance fee into Kerid cracter
Free Wi-Fi on board tour vehicle
Small group tour (maximum of 15)


Hot Spring Bathing
Cultural Activity

What to bring

Warm clothing with layer
Good outdoor shoes
Towel and bathing suit

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Towels and bathing suits are available for rent at the Secret Lagoon.

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