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Convenient service. Trying to find the right bus was a bit confusing at the bus stop as there are so many different ones all with transfers to the airport. However, once we found our ride we were dropped at the bus terminal where we switched into a bigger bus and were taken to the airport.
My husband and I recently celebrated his 50th birthday and took an 8-day "Aurora Hunters" small group tour in Iceland in February. Iceland is a stunning country and so very raw. It was a privilege to see. Snow, ice, mountains and valleys formed and sculpted by volcanic activity, glaciers, waterfalls and the "NORTHERN LIGHTS"!!!!!!!!! Yes, we were lucky to see these on two nights and whilst the activity was only medium, we were enchanted. The photos have turned out well and we have been showing these off to friends and family! The tour was well organised and our guide Jon was great. We really had a sense that he was invested in showing his homeland off to us and ensuring we had the best experiences. We was a wealth of knowledge. We enjoyed all the add-on activities. We will be back! Like Carol, we would recommend the purchase of slip on spikes for your shoes unless of course you come from a country/city/town where snow and ice are regular events. They certainly made us feel more confident on our feet!!
What an amazing trip. Our guide, Orri, was one of the best that I have ever experienced. A wealth of information and knowledge and an excellent driver in the difficult Icelandic winter weather. Our group of 14 was always comfortable in van and always had an excellent view of the countryside,regardless of where we sat. The 8 day excursion was well planned and executed. Lodging and breakfasts were al top notch, and well appreciated at the end of each fun filled day. A must trip when visiting Iceland in the winter. Saw the northern lights 3 nights out of 7....SIMPLY OUTSTANDING.. Thanks again, Orri...!