Top 25 Guided Tours
- ATV & Buggy Tours
- Airplane Tours
- Biking Tours
- Boat Tours
- Caving Tours
- Combo Deals
- Culture Tours
- Diving Tours
- Dog Sledding Tours
- Fishing Tours
- Glacier Tours
- Helicopter Tours
- Hiking Tours
- Horse Riding Tours
- Ice Climbing Tours
- Photo Tours
- Rafting Tours
- Sightseeing Tours
- Skiing Tours
- Snorkelling Tours
- Snowmobile Tours
- Super Jeep Tours
- Surfing tours
- Whale Watching & Puffin Tours
Frequently Asked Questions
About Guided Tours in Iceland
Guided Tours are tours conducted by an experienced and qualified guide. By electing to take a guided tour, you will not only remove the worries associated with driving on Iceland’s roads, but you will also have an expert on hand who can answer your questions on the country's history, folklore and culture.
1. Is lunch included on Guided Tours?
Generally, lunch is not included unless specified. It is recommended that you bring a packed lunch with you on the tour.
2. What is the maximum capacity for Guided Tours?
Usually, there is no maximum capacity, though groups are normally less than 20 people. Luxury coaches can accommodate around fifty passengers.
3. Does the bus stop at all of the listed attractions and how long do the stops last?
Unless otherwise stated, the bus will stop at each location, presenting the opportunity for sightseeing and photographs. Stops will usually last between 10 to 15 minutes. A lunch stop will last half an hour.
4. Is admission to the Blue Lagoon included in the price of the tour?
Yes, admission is taken care of, leaving you free to enjoy the lagoon without worry.
5. What is included on the guided tours?
Complimentary pick-up and drop off to all major guesthouses and hotels in Reykjavik, full transportation and professional and experienced tour guides. Larger operates also include free wifi and digital entertainment on their coaches.
6. Is it better to book a guided tour on arrival to Iceland or beforehand?
To save yourself any disappointment, it is always advised to book a tour prior to arriving. Space on many tours are very competitive, so make sure to cement your slot a few weeks beforehand.
7. What do I need to pack for a guided tour?
Only the bare necessities. It is advised to bring a small rucksack with you to carry water, spare clothing items and, of course, your camera.