Multi-Day Tours

Multi-Day Tours

Join multi-day tours and travel through Iceland on a guided trip. Explore the best attractions on packages that include accommodation and exciting excursions. Most multi-day tours offer small-group experiences so you can enjoy a personal journey and make friends and memories.

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What is the best multi-day tour in Iceland?

The best multi-day tour in Iceland is a three-day trip around the Golden Circle and the south coast. This tour, which includes ice caving and glacier hiking, has an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 845 travelers. This thrilling trip costs about 659 USD and takes travelers to natural wonders such as Geysir geothermal area, Gullfoss waterfall, and Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon.

The second-best multi-day tour in Iceland traverses the complete Ring Road over six days. It's rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 174 travelers and includes all the best attractions of North Iceland, East Iceland, the South Coast, and the Golden Circle. This vacation package costs around 1,489 USD and will excite travelers with ice caving, glacier hiking, whale watching, and more!

The third-best multi-day tour in Iceland is a northern lights viewing trip that visits the blue ice cave and Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. It's rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars and costs about 426 USD. This budget-friendly tour takes travelers to scenic waterfalls, beaches, and more.

What is the cheapest multi-day tour in Iceland?

The cheapest multi-day tour in Iceland visits the Snaefellsnes peninsula and costs around 374 USD per person. This two-day West Iceland tour is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 48 travelers. Prepare for incredible natural diversity, from fields of lava rocks to beaches, mountains, and more. You will also visit the magical Vidgelmir lava cave for a unique underground experience.

The second-cheapest multi-day tour in Iceland explores the best of West Iceland. This two-day tour costs approximately 389 USD. Spend these days discovering the Silver Circle, Snaefellsnes peninsula, and Husafell Canyon Baths. This top-value tour is full of natural wonders and cultural gems.

The third-cheapest multi-day tour in Iceland includes boating on the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon and glacier hiking, costing about 472 USD. This spectacular two-day trip is rated an average of 4.9 out of 5 stars by 107 travelers and visits beautiful glaciers, gorgeous waterfalls, and a black sand beach.

How many days in Iceland is enough?

It’s ideal to have at least seven days to explore Iceland, preferably more. Sure, you will get a taste of this majestic country in just a couple of days, but it will leave you longing for more. Two weeks is ideal for experiencing Reykjavik combined with must-see routes such as the Ring Road, Golden Circle, and the Snaefellsnes peninsula. If you stay for three weeks, you can immerse yourself in Iceland's diverse landscapes and hidden gems. And there will still be more to see next time you visit!

Day tours and multi-day tours in Iceland allow you to fit a lot of experiences into a short time. This eight-day tour is the ultimate Ring Road experience. In just three days, you can complete a tour of the Golden Circle and the south coast with ice caving and glacier hiking!

Are three days enough to visit Iceland?

You can experience Iceland in as little as three days. Of course, you will not see all the major attractions, but it will give you some great ideas about the places you want to visit next time! There are endless possibilities for your three days in Iceland. Take a three-day tour of the Golden Circle and the South Coast, including waterfalls, ice caving, geothermal areas, and glacier hiking; or enjoy a day of culture and shopping in Reykjavik. Then experience the best of the Snaefellsnes peninsula and lava caving in Vidgelmir on a two-day tour. First, decide what time of year you will visit. Then plan your three-day trip accordingly.

Are tours in Iceland worth it?

Yes, Iceland tours by reputable companies are worth it. They are perfect for travelers who like to eliminate the time and hassle of planning holidays. Maximize your vacation potential by having all the details sorted out for you. Tours allow you to tap into local knowledge about the best attractions and hidden gems. They are also a great way to meet other travelers and are ideal for less-experienced travelers. Some trips have more flexibility than others and allow you to travel independently. For example, self-drive tours in Iceland include your vehicle, accommodation, and a detailed itinerary you can enjoy at your own pace.

What is the best month to visit Iceland?

Summertime is generally the best time to visit Iceland. However, there is no single best month, and Iceland is an incredible year-round destination. There are different attractions and activities offered in the winter versus the summer season. Decide what you want to see and do and then determine the best month to visit. The winter season is less crowded, and it’s a cheaper time to travel. Winter is the best time to see the northern lights and go ice caving. There is also something special about warming up in one of the many geothermal springs in the country surrounded by snow. Summer months are the best months for mild weather, accessibility, the midnight sun, and activities such as camping and multi-day hikes.

What is the cheapest month to visit Iceland?

The off-season is the cheapest time to visit Iceland. Autumn and spring are considered off-season and the best times for budget-conscious travelers. The cheapest months to visit Iceland are September to November and January to April. Make your budget go further with a self-drive tour around Iceland. Staying in accommodation with shared facilities and making your food also saves money. Keep an eye out for cheap flights to Iceland and travel outside of the summer season. Alternatively, consider a camping holiday during this time of year. All in all, there are several ways to make your money go further in this incredible destination.