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What is the best combo day trip in Iceland?

Iceland's best combo day trip is a scenic eight-hour horse riding and whale-watching tour from Reykjavik. It's rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars from 17 traveler reviews and costs about 211 USD.
Iceland's second-best combo day tour is a Blue Lagoon and northern lights tour. Relax in warm, mineral-rich waters during the day and hunt for the aurora borealis with an expert guide at night. This tour has a 5-star rating from four traveler reviews and costs around 192 USD.
Iceland's third-best combination day trip is an active volcano hike and northern lights hunt departing from Reykjavik. It has a 5-star rating from three traveler reviews and costs about 135 USD.

Is it worth taking a combination day tour in Iceland?

A combination day tour in Iceland can be a worthwhile way to maximize your travel experience. These tours often combine multiple activities in a single day, allowing you to explore diverse attractions such as waterfalls, geysers, glaciers, and more.

They are particularly convenient if you have limited time and want to see various sites without the hassle of planning and navigating on your own. Be sure to choose a reputable tour operator, check the itinerary to ensure it aligns with your interests, and consider the physical demands of the activities involved.

Combination tours can offer a convenient and enriching way to discover Iceland's natural wonders.

What is the cheapest combination day tour in Iceland?

Iceland's cheapest combination day tour is a 24-hour hop-on hop-off bus ticket for sightseeing in Reykjavik, including entrance to Perlan museum, which costs about 68 USD.
The second-cheapest combo day tour in Iceland is a 4.5-hour whale-watching and lava show combo tour from Reykjavik, costing around 118 USD.
Iceland's third-cheapest combo day trip is an incredible nine-hour Golden Circle and northern lights hunting tour from Reykjavik. Discover the country's top sightseeing route with a daytime bus trip and hunt for the aurora borealis with an expert guide at night for about 121 USD.

What is the best multi-day combo tour in Iceland?

Iceland's best multi-day combo tour is a northern lights 2-in-1 winter tour with the Golden Circle, ice-caving, and the Snaefellsnes Peninsula. On this top-rated winter trip, visit many of the country's top attractions over four days. The tour boasts 4.7 out of 5 stars from 143 traveler reviews and costs about 1,152 USD.
Iceland's second-best multi-day combination tour is a 2-in-1 bundle including all three of the country's national parks and ice-caving, rated 4.5 stars from 57 reviews. It costs about 1,564 USD and covers two winter tours over five days.
Iceland's third-best multi-day combination tour is a 4-day, 3-in-1 summer discount tour covering the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, and Golden Circle sightseeing route. It's rated 4.7 stars from 23 reviews and costs about 761 USD.

What is the cheapest multi-day combo tour in Iceland?

Iceland's cheapest multi-day combo tour is a 3-in-1 winter bundle of discounted activities. Hike on two glaciers and embark on an unforgettable ice-caving tour, each with an expert guide. This discounted bundle costs about 227 USD and is perfect for independent and adventurous travelers.
Iceland's second-cheapest multi-day combo is a family-friendly bundled discount of the Golden Circle and South Coast with whale watching. It's rated 4.5 out of 5 stars from 11 reviews and costs about 271 USD per traveler for three days of adventure.
The third-cheapest multi-day combination trip is a three-day animals of Iceland tour with horse riding and whale and puffin watching near Reykjavik. Enjoy a different animals-focused tour each day for around 485 USD per traveler.

Can I change the order of my Icelandic combo tour?

Yes, it's not a problem to change your combo tour in Iceland. When you book, you can edit the order of the tours through the email you receive. If you have any questions, contact us at

Is it possible to arrange other activities during the day tour?

Unfortunately, it's not possible to arrange extra activities during your combo tour in Iceland since there will be other travelers taking part, and their needs and wishes must be taken into account. However, if you have more days in Iceland, you can book separate tours for those days.

I'm planning a multi-day combo tour during my stay in Iceland. Do the tours have to be on consecutive days?

No, the multi-day combo tours give you freedom during your stay in Iceland, allowing you to choose which days you go on the tours. As long as seats are available on the days you're looking at, booking the tour will be no problem. Please get in touch with us at to check availability and arrange your combo tour.

Do I get a discount if I add another tour to the combo deals?

Unfortunately, we can only offer discounts on tours included in the combo deals.

If the tours do not include meals, when and how will I eat?

All day tours and multi-day tours in Iceland make several stops where you can buy meals. You are, of course, free to bring your own food.

I’m staying in an Airbnb, can you still pick me up in Reykjavik?

If you're staying in an Airbnb in Reykjavik, you'll be picked up at the closest hotel or bus stop. Please check the pick-up locations during the booking process and choose the one closest to your Airbnb.

Can I get the full itinerary for this tour combo?

Once you book, you'll receive the full itinerary for your Icelandic tour combo via email.

Is my Reykjavik accommodation included in the multi-day tour combos?

Please check the information relating to the exact tour you’re looking at. Generally speaking, all rural accommodation is included in the combo tours, but Reykjavik accommodation is excluded.

How much luggage can I bring on my multi-day trip in Iceland?

For most multi-day trips in Iceland, you can bring one hand luggage-sized bag that can fit in an overhead compartment. If you have more luggage, you can store it in Reykjavik for a small fee.

Are there any seasonal restrictions or recommendations for combo tours in Iceland?

Combo tours in Iceland are designed to align with seasonal conditions, providing activities like hiking and midnight sun experiences in summer, and ice cave explorations and northern lights hunting in winter. Always refer to specific tour details for seasonal guidance and recommendations.

What should I wear or bring with me on combo tours?

It's crucial to wear layers, waterproof clothing, and sturdy shoes for Icelandic weather. Essentials for your backpack include water, snacks, a camera, and any personal medication. For multi-day tours, pack according to the number of days and activities involved.

Are there any age or fitness level requirements for participating in combo tours?

Many combo tours have age and fitness considerations based on the activities involved. Check the tour descriptions for minimum age requirements and fitness level specifications to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

How does inclement weather affect the combo tours, and what are the cancellation policies?

Icelandic weather can be unpredictable, and tours may adjust itineraries for safety. You will typically be offered a reschedule or refund for cancellations due to severe weather. Always review the specific cancellation policy before booking your tour.

How far in advance do I need to book my combo tour to ensure availability?

It's advisable to book as early as possible, especially for tours in peak seasons or those that include limited-capacity activities. A general rule of thumb is to book several weeks to months in advance.

Are guides and support staff multilingual on combo tours?

Guides and support staff on Icelandic tours often speak multiple languages, including English. For tours in other languages, confirming with the tour operator before booking is best.
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