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Tours by attraction connect you with an exclusive selection of natural marvels across Iceland. Departing from around the country, these excursions cover an astonishing variety of the monumental sites that make Iceland one of the world's most alluring travel destinations.

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Tours by attraction connect you with an exclusive selection of natural marvels across Iceland. Departing from around the country, these excursions cover an astonishing variety of the monumental sites that make Iceland one of the world's most alluring travel destinations.
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5 Day Summer Package with Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Explore the best of Iceland with this 5-day summer package. See all the main attractions of Iceland including Reykjavík, the Golden Circle and the Blue Lagoon. You’ll travel all the way to Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon taking in the wonders of Iceland’s South Coast as you go. Let us take care of the details of planning your perfect trip to Iceland whilst you focus on the adventure. This tour is all-inclusive, making the most of your stay in Iceland. It includes accommodation for 4 nights, all transportation and tours of all the best locations. You can also opt to hike on a glacier with a gorgeous view of the South Coast before you reach Jökulsárlón and the Diamond Beach. A view atop a glacier allows you to witness the full splendour of Iceland’s immaculate nature the best way possible. You'll see the most stunning waterfalls, an otherworldly black sand beach, magnificent glaciers, and awe-inspiring volcanoes. You'll also have the chance to explore Iceland’s capital, Reykjavík, and you can add on extra options during your day on the famous Golden Circle route if sightseeing at some of the most popular places in the nation isn't exciting enough. You can, for example, go horseback riding through a geothermal field near Gullfoss waterfall exploring Iceland’s wondrous terrains. You could also opt for more action and go snowmobiling on top of Langjökull glacier. Or, for some real geological excitement, snorkel in Silfra gorge and float between two continental plates, exploring the mysteries of the deep blue waters that make this location a true natural wonder. You'll make your home in the city center of Reykjavík for 3 nights, as well as spend another night in Vatnajökull National Park so that you can fully embrace Icelandic nature on your trip. This gives you plenty of time to enjoy the hiking trails in the countryside, just as much as the art galleries, museums, and cafés in the capital.  Enjoy the long summer days and explore all the best the country has to offer on this perfect 5-day itinerary! Reserve now to save on costs and choose a date to check for availability. Book your Iceland summer adventure today.
4.9
63 reviews

Duration
5 days
Available
Mar. - Oct.
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8 Days / 7 Nights Self Drive Tour | The Ring Road & Golden Circle

Book now and secure yourself an 8-day adventure to Iceland. Explore the stunning attractions of Iceland’s South Coast, Eastfjords, North and West as you travel the full Ring Road. This road trip is for anyone who likes to discover new places at their own pace, rather than having tour guides in control.   Using the Ring Road as your guide, you'll see the most spectacular of the country's natural wonders and capital in eight days. This will include the capital city of Reykjavík, the world-famous Golden Circle sightseeing route, and Akureyri, 'the Capital of the North'. You'll also visit Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the beautiful Lake Mývatn, the most stunning waterfalls, volcanoes, quaint rural towns and countless other attractions.  During the booking process, you can also add some exciting activities to your trip. For instance, you can go snowmobiling on Langjökull glacier, hike on a glacier or snorkel between two continents in Þingvellir National Park. Nature enthusiasts can join the famous Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon boat tour, go whale watching from Húsavík town, ride an Icelandic horse through the rugged countryside, explore the darkest places of the Earth on a lava caving tour, or venture inside the glistening white halls of a glacier. Each addition will leave you with incredible lifelong experiences from the land of fire and ice. There is even the chance to descend into the vividly coloured magma chamber of a sleeping volcano. And if you want to relax, you can book a trip to the world-famous Blue Lagoon, so you can bask in its soothing azure waters in the midst of a dramatic volcanic landscape. We’ll make sure to provide you with your personalised itinerary which you'll receive upon booking. There you'll find many spots where you can be virtually alone, at incredible locations most visitors have never heard of. You'll also find in the itinerary information of your full comfort accommodation selections which will include an ensuite bathroom and breakfast. So don't hesitate, grab the wheel and grasp this unique opportunity for the perfect stay in Iceland. Explore the top attractions of the Ring Road as well its many hidden gems at your own pace. Check availability by choosing a date and book your adventure to Iceland today.
4.8
92 reviews

Duration
8 days
Available
May. - Aug.
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Zodiac Boat Tour of Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Hop on board a speedy zodiac inflatable boat for a tour among the massive icebergs of Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. You’ll get to explore the lagoons most breathtaking icebergs in an adrenaline-pumping small group tour. This is the perfect tour for those wanting to get up close and personal to the magnificent blue icebergs that float within the crown jewel of Iceland, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Boat tours began at the lagoon in 1985, after the opening sequence of the Bond film 'A View to a Kill' was shot on location. Today, they are one of the most popular activities in Iceland and three other major motion pictures have been shot on the lagoon to catch the unbelievable scenery. The glacier lagoon has been expanding since the 1970s due to the retreat of Vatnajökull glacier, pulling back from the coastline. It is now the deepest lake in Iceland, filling with ancient ice that cracks off of Breiðamerkurjökull glacial tongue, floating down rivers of meltwater to the glacier, where they float slowly out to sea, pulled by the tides. The icebergs vary in size and structure with the most spectacular shades of blue, making it an amazingly tranquil adventure to explore the lagoon. In good weather, gulls and seals often play on the ice. Photographers love to capture these animals, along with the huge chunks of ice as they float by or wash up on the nearby Diamond Beach and lie sparkling on the black sand like diamonds on velvet. On much rarer occasions there have also been walruses resting on the shores. After making your way to Jökulsárlón to meet your group 30 minutes before the tour departure, you’ll be provided with flotation suits and a life jacket. The small, low construction of the Zodiac boats allows you to explore a large area of the lagoon and get up close and personal with the ice (as close as safety allows). Take this opportunity to whizz across the magnificent glacier lagoon in a high-powered zodiac boat! Check availability by choosing a date and book your adventure on Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon today.
4.9
134 reviews

Duration
1 hour
Available
Jun. - Oct.
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Skaftafell Glacier Hike | 3-Hour Walk

Join a glacier hike along Iceland’s awe-inspiring South Coast at Skaftafell. This is the perfect way to add excitement to your holiday by hiking on top of an outlet glacier of Vatnajökull, Europe's largest glacier. This exciting tour is perfect for those travelling the South Coast of Iceland who want to combine incredible landscapes with a thrilling adventure. A stop at Skaftafell is a must for travellers on Iceland’s south shore. It is a stunning area of amazing contrasting scenery where enormous white glaciers are surrounded by jet black sands. Scaling one of Iceland’s mighty glaciers is a once in a lifetime opportunity that should not be missed and this tour will allow you to hike up a glacier tongue of the largest glacier in Europe.  You will meet your certified glacier guide by the company's trailer 150 metres south of the Skaftafell Visitor Center. They will give you all the necessary equipment and then take you on a short 15-minute drive to the glacier tongue, where you will receive all the equipment and knowledge necessary to scale the massive ice cap. You’ll learn all the basics of glacier hiking before heading out on the ice.  On this tour, you will be given the unique opportunity to hike up an incredible glacier and see it's constantly changing environment firsthand. Your expert guide will lead you through this frosty wilderness, past magnificent ice formations, deep cracks and blue crevasses. Standing on top of the glacier might give you a feeling of being alone in the world, surrounded by nothing other than the blinding whiteness of the glacier.  Once you reach the ice cap, you’ll get plenty of time to marvel at the surrounding landscape and take in the views. During this tour, on a clear day, you might see the magnificent Hvannadalshnúkur, the country’s highest peak. The views of the incredible Icelandic terrains from atop this mighty glacier is a truly breathtaking experience. Discover the ancient and untouched wilderness of Vatnajökull glacier and the surrounding areas. Book now to secure your place on this unforgettable glacier hiking tour. Check availability by choosing a date and book this once in a lifetime experience.
4.7
281 reviews

Duration
3 hours
Available
All year
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Golden Circle Minibus Tour | Full Day Excursion

Hop onboard a minibus for a tour of the Golden Circle - the essential Iceland experience. This journey will take you on a ride to Iceland's most famous attractions, without the rush and hassle of the big buses. Adventure into the Golden Circle in a small group and enjoy the sights and sounds of this world-famous region. This tour is perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in Icelandic culture. You will not only visit the main sights, but you will also get to learn all about Icelandic music and cuisine along the way, making this tour a truly unique experience. The tour starts in the morning when you are picked up by a small and comfortable minibus. You'll then be driven to the South of Iceland to a little hidden treasure called Faxi waterfall. Nestled in a quiet spot, not visible from the main road, Faxi is a low but wide waterfall, named after the mane of the Icelandic horse. From the little Faxi, you'll head towards the awe-inspiring mighty Gullfoss waterfall. The glacial river Hvítá takes a dramatic 32-metre plunge into a canyon, creating this stunning and beautiful waterfall which is rightly one of Iceland's most iconic attractions. If you're lucky, you may even get to see a rainbow stretching from the skies down into the canyon depths making the perfect photo opportunity. Next, you will visit the Geysir geothermal area. Located in Haukadalur valley, the 'Great Geysir' is a hot spring that's been active for approximately 10,000 years. Although Geysir is now mostly dormant, nearby is another geyser called Strokkur, which spouts water 15-20 metres up in the air every 5-10 minutes, giving you plenty of opportunities to capture the perfect photo. Make sure to keep your finger on your camera shutter while Strokkur starts to bubble, which is a sure sign it's about to spout. The last stop of the Golden Circle is the Þingvellir national park, a place of great historical and geographical significance. Þingvellir is where Iceland's parliament, the Alþingi, was founded in the year 930, making it the oldest running parliament in the world. It is also a place where two tectonic plates are drifting apart, which can be seen in the cracks and rock fractions which traverse the region. You'll get the chance to see the divide of two of the world's continents right in front of you at this stunning location. Along the way, your tour guide will not only tell you everything about the places you'll be visiting, but he will also introduce you to Icelandic culture through music and give you samples of traditional Icelandic food and beverages. Make sure to store up your questions for this knowledgeable guide. You'll listen to some of Iceland's best musicians while travelling the Golden Circle. If you like the music, you'll be able to find it right away on Spotify with the free WiFi onboard the minibus. This way, you can relive the experience when you get back home. Don't miss out on a unique and first-hand introduction to Iceland through this fascinating day tour! Check availability by choosing a date and book your Golden Circle tour today.
4.9
452 reviews

Duration
8 hours
Available
All year
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Jokulsarlon Amphibian Boat Tour

Join this incredible boat trip in one of the world’s most inspiring places, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. Cruise between magnificent towering icebergs that fill the lagoon as they move their way slowly out to the ocean. This is the perfect tour for those wanting to get up close to these beautiful ice formations and take advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity. To begin this tour, you will meet at the cafe at Jökulsárlón twenty minutes before your departure, where you can exchange your vouchers for boat tickets. From here, you will proceed to board the amphibious vessel on land and wait for it to drive into the water. No doubt, before getting on board, you will have been marvelling at the spectacle of Jökulsárlón. When immersed in the lagoon, however, with the icebergs surrounding you from all angles, you will experience a different kind of beauty. This otherworldly environment is simply breathtaking from all sides with the different shapes and structures of blue icebergs around you and a carving glacier tongue in front of you. You will spend forty minutes exploring the lagoon so make sure you keep your camera to hand. There will be an English-speaking guide on board who will tell you all about the area's formation, history and future. You will even have an opportunity to taste the ice; considering it is thought to be about a thousand years old, this is quite the unique experience. As you cruise through the lagoon, keep an eye out for seals. Many of these adorable creatures call Jökulsárlón home, and they can often be seen playing in the water or basking on the bergs. As curious creatures, the seals of the lagoon have no issue with humans which helps make snapping some great pictures easier. The glacier lagoon is considered by many to be the most beautiful sight in Iceland, and an amphibious boat is one of the best ways to view it in all its glory. Once the tour is complete, however, do not forget to take a walk to the Diamond Beach to see where the bergs wash up after reaching the sea. A full day could be spent exploring this area, but the boat tour is sure to be the highlight. Do not miss your opportunity to see Jökulsárlón from amongst the ancient ice. Book now to make sure you get your place on board. Check availability by choosing a date and book your Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon adventure.
4.6
177 reviews

Duration
35 minutes
Available
Jun. - Oct.
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Airport Transfer from Keflavík Airport to Reykjavík Hotels

Join this Flybus for quick and convenient transport from Keflavik International Airport to your accommodation in Reykjavík. The Flybus will pick you up right outside the airport terminal and take you to the BSI terminal in Reykjavik, where you will then take a shuttle bus directly to your hotel, hostel or guesthouse in the capital. This is by far the quickest, most efficient and stress-free way to start your trip if you are not renting a car straight from the airport. The bus can be conveniently found right outside the main terminal and departure times are coordinated with flights from the airport, so there will always be a bus leaving within the half-hour. The Flybus leaves approximately 30-45 minutes after each scheduled flight, even for flights which have been delayed. This is great for alleviating the worries of travellers who might be concerned about their transportation should their flight arrive later than scheduled.  Your experienced coach driver will eagerly help you with storing your luggage before directing you to take a seat in the bus' cosy interior. Put your feet up and enjoy the free Wi-Fi or look out over the otherworldly lava fields and craggy landscapes so familiar to Iceland during the short 45-minute trip between the airport and BSI terminal.  From there, you will be delivered directly to your hotel, hostel or guesthouse by a separate shuttle transfer where you can simply rest, or, if the day is young, explore the city as you begin your adventure in Iceland. Reykjavik is famed for its charming and vibrant atmosphere and architecture, friendly locals, exciting nightlife and fascinating cultural attractions.  There are discounts for children who are accompanied by a family member for this part of the trip. Between the ages of 1-11, children can ride free on the Flybus. Whereas, children aged between 12-15 will receive a 50% discount to support young families further when travelling by airport transfer. So, don't delay and start your holiday the right way! Book now to ensure you start your holiday right with a quick and convenient journey straight to your accommodation in Reykjavik! Check availability by choosing a date.
4.8
303 reviews

Duration
45 minutes
Available
All year
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Airport Transfer from Hotel to Keflavík airport

Hop on the Flybus for fast, reliable transportation to Keflavik International Airport from your guesthouse or hotel in Reykjavik. Sit back and relax as our experienced drivers transport you through the stunning Reykjanes Peninsula, a plateau of volcanic fields to your left, the rolling blue waves of the Atlantic Ocean to your right.  The drive from the city is short, approximately 45 minutes duration, but filled with spectacular sights and familial comforts. Enjoy the free wi-fi (perfect for uploading those holiday photos before your flight), the comfortable interior of their luxury buses, and listen to the perfect playlist to round up your holiday in Iceland. After a morning taking in the final perfect cup of coffee or finishing up any last-minute shopping, the last thing you want to worry about it making it to the airport in time.  Because passengers are advised to arrive at the airport 2 hours before their scheduled departure, it is recommended to take a Flybus 3 hours before your departure in order to arrive at the airport on schedule.  Depending on the time of your flight, this should leave with more than enough time to enjoy some final attractions in the city. If not, Keflavik airport is modern and positively brimming with facilities, including bars, cafes and duty-free shopping.  The prices are reasonable, and there are discounts for children accompanied by a family member. Between the ages of 1-11, children ride free! Children aged 12-15 receive a 50% discount. This makes airport transfers even more desirable for families who have travelled for Iceland, or for those visitors who have chosen to forgo their own rental vehicle.  So there's no need to hesitate! Do away with those end of holiday concerns and, instead, end your vacation in Iceland in style on the Flybus! Check availability by choosing a date.
4.7
378 reviews

Duration
45 minutes
Available
All year
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Thrihnukagigur Volcano Tour | Go Inside a Magma Chamber

Descend into the vast and vibrant magma chamber of a dormant volcano. Journey into the depths of Þrihnukagigur volcano for a once in a lifetime experience. Iceland is the only place in the world where a tour like this exists, so don't miss your chance for a great adventure. This trip will begin when you are picked up from Reykjavík and taken to the Blue Mountains Country Park, Bláfjöll, which sits just on the outskirts of the capital area. From here, it is just a 3.2 kilometre (two-mile) hike to Þríhnúkagígur volcano, where you will descend into the volcano itself. Once you reach the crater, you will find an opening and an elevator crane. After being equipped with a helmet and harness, you will enter the lift's basket and begin your descent. Nowhere else in the world can you enter a magma chamber this way, which is part of what makes this tour so unique and worthwhile. This lift journey toward the centre of the earth covers 198 metres and takes about six minutes. During your slow descent, the beauty of the magma chamber will become instantly apparent. Intense heat and pressure from Þríhnúkagígur’s most recent eruption, over four thousand years ago, gave the rocks an incredible colouration and texture. Expect to see smooth walls and bizarre formations in yellows, blues, reds, violets and oranges, so vibrant that it’s difficult to believe that they could be natural. It is not just the beauty of the space that will awe you, it is also the sheer scale of it. To give some perspective on the size of the chamber, enormous monuments such as the Statue of Liberty and Reykjavík’s iconic Hallgrímskirkja church could easily fit inside it. The ground within the chamber is even large enough to fit three basketball fields in this otherworldly experience.  Once your descent down the chamber is complete, your guide will let you out of the elevator, and you can explore for half an hour on the ground of the volcano. You will want your camera on hand, as everything, from the blades of light falling from overhead to the most minute details of the lava rock, is worthy of a photograph.  Remember as you explore that it is only by a strange, unexpected geological process that this tour is even possible. When a volcano becomes dormant, the magma chamber usually cools and solidifies, yet for some reason in Þríhnúkagígur, it drained away, leaving behind this unimaginably beautiful space. After your exploration, you will return to the elevator for a gentle ascent, back into the bright, open world. Once you reach the surface, you will have a meal of Icelandic meat soup waiting for you, along with hot beverages and snacks, which you can enjoy before hiking back to the van. This experience is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to descend into a dormant volcano and explore its stunning magma chamber. Do not let this opportunity pass you by. Check availability by choosing a date and book a volcano adventure like no other.
4.8
227 reviews

Duration
6 hours
Available
Jul. - Oct.
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Reykjavik City Card | 72 Hours

Get to know Reykjavík City with the 72-Hour City Card! The card gives you free access to all of the City Museums and Galleries, as well as all public transport and seven geothermal pools. Those looking for the best bang for the buck when it comes to culture and entertainment, should grab this chance now.  Not only will you get free access to museums, galleries, swimming pools and public transportation for 72 hours, you will also get a discount at privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants. Please bring your voucher to one of these locations: Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00. Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. Learn about Iceland through the Reykjavík's many museums. At the Settlement Centre, you can get a remarkable insight into the life of the first Viking settlers; all in the vicinity of an unearthed Viking longhouse—discovered only a decade ago in the city centre itself. At Árbær Open Air Museum, the myriad of old houses and reconstructed homes of the locals from the late 1700's until the 1950's comes alive each day with activities and traditionally clothed staff, who are more than willing to let you try your hand at old-fashioned Icelandic farm work. The Maritime Museum will show the development of the Icelandic fish industry through the years, and at The National Museum, you'll learn the story of Iceland from the medieval days to current contemporary culture. You could also visit the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, the perfect location for the little ones. Nearby lies the grand geothermal swimming pool Laugardalslaug, ideal for a soak after a day in the park. Access to all city pools is included with your card, so feel free to explore each or all of them. So don't wait! Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 72-Hour City Card. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.9
26 reviews

Duration
30 minutes
Available
All year
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Blue Lagoon Shuttle | Bus Transfer

Jump aboard this quick and comfortable bus transfer from Iceland's capital, Reykjavík, to the world-famous spa, the Blue Lagoon. Go direct to the Blue Lagoon and unwind in the azure waters. This is the perfect opportunity for those looking to reach this relaxing spa without having to worry about directions or driving the winter roads. This Blue Lagoon transfer takes you from Reykjavík to the famous geothermal spa, the Blue Lagoon, on the Reykjanes Peninsula. The transfer itself will take approximately forty-five minutes, during which time you can organise your return journey and enjoy the spectacular and diverse volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula as they pass by your window. Once you arrive at the Blue Lagoon Spa itself, you will be immediately taken by the soothing milky blue waters and the large white clouds that billow from the water's surface. Why not enjoy a massage or a face mask? If not that, then enjoy a glass of something at the swim-up bar or simply relax and enjoy the water upon your skin, renowned as it is for its incredible healing properties. Surrounding the spa itself is a plethora of gorgeous scenery, from snow-blanketed rocks to distant mountains making it the perfect destination for travellers to relax and enjoy the views. The entrance ticket to the lagoon itself needs to be pre-booked separately in advance. This is because the lagoon is often fully booked, and thus places are competitive. The most suitable timing of the entrance ticket should be an hour and a half after the pickup time of the bus transfer. This should give you ample time to make the most of your time at the Blue Lagoon.  Return transfer to Reykjavík is included. However, if you would prefer to visit the lagoon at the end of your holiday in Iceland, you can continue to Keflavík International Airport straight after your soak at the spa. It can be the perfect way to unwind and relax before a flight, or to break up your trip by spending time in the lagoon’s famous waters. Don't miss out on this essential Icelandic experience, relaxing in the warm and magical waters of the Blue Lagoon Spa. Check availability by choosing a date and book today.
4.7
248 reviews

Duration
4 hours
Available
All year
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Small Group Golden Circle Tour with visit to Ice Cream Farm

Join this full-day minibus tour as part of a small group around Iceland’s famous Golden Circle route. Explore and discover Iceland's most mesmerising natural landscapes and attractions for yourself. You'll not only travel this popular trail, but you'll make a couple more exciting pit stops along your way back to capture some hidden gems, to guarantee you have an unforgettable experience.  Once you have been picked up from your preferred location in Reykjavík, you will make your way to the stunning Þingvellir National Park. This is where Iceland's first parliament was established and is today identified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s a wonderful site to explore including the history of the Alþingi, the view of the dramatic continental faultline rift, Þingvellir’s church and the stunning Öxarárfoss waterfall. You will get the chance to explore the park at your own pace, learning more about the sites' cultural importance to Icelanders, and see firsthand Silfra fissure, the beautiful underwater canyon dividing the Eurasian and North American continental plates. You’ll be able to stand in the middle of 2 continents between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Soon after, you will be driven to Gullfoss, one of Iceland's most popular waterfalls, situated on the rafting river Hvítá. Translated to ‘Golden Waterfall’, the sheer size and power make Gullfoss an incredible spectacle to witness. Fed by Iceland's second-largest glacier, Langjökull, the river Hvítá plunges down into an ancient canyon, creating the awe-inspiring falls in the process. From Gullfoss, you'll make a stop at Geysir, in Haukadalur Valley. Here, the geyser Strokkur erupts every 5-10 minutes, spouting to heights between 15-20 metres. Make sure you keep your finger hovering on your camera shutter to capture this amazing experience in a picture or video. You will make a stop at a farm in Efstidalur valley. The place is commonly known as the "Ice Cream Farm" as they produce great tasting ice cream from the milk from their cows. There, you'll have a chance to sample this delicious frozen treat while watching the cows relax in the barn. If you’re lucky you may be able to get a quick snap of some of the stunning Icelandic horses which are always curious about new visitors. In addition, this tour offers a more private and comfortable service. It is operated using a minibus with a maximum of 19 people. This provides more comfort and tranquillity when compared to a large coach. The minibus is also equipped with wi-fi and the tour guide will be playing Icelandic music along the way to give you a greater experience of Iceland’s culture. Be prepared to ask any questions about Iceland’s history, culture and nature as your guide will be excited to answer them. If you're looking to explore Iceland's Golden Circle in comfort (with some added extras), look no further than this fantastic minibus tour. Come and experience nature in all its amazing glory! Check availability by choosing a date and book your Golden Circle adventure today.
4.9
290 reviews

Duration
9 hours
Available
All year
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Blue Ice Experience in Skaftafell | Easy Difficulty

Hike on an outlet of the Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland on this 2-hour tour. The Blue Ice experience allows you to reach new peaks with a guided tour taking you hiking and climbing through this ever-changing glacier within the Skaftafell Nature Reserve, in Southeast Iceland. This tour is perfect for fit and adventurous people wanting to get up close and personal with a glacier. You will begin your adventure at the Sales Lodge, next to the National Park Visitor's Centre, fifteen minutes before the tour departure. It is advised that you bring the following essential items with you: rain gear, hiking boots and warm clothing. However, if you don't have, or forget to bring these items with you, both boots and rain gear can be rented on-site for a small fee. At the beginning of your tour, your experienced mountaineering guide will run through the basic principles of glacier hiking, ensuring your safety on the ice. They will also instruct you as to how to properly use crampons and ice axes, two required pieces of kit for this tour. Next, your guides will teach you about the formation of the glacier, as well as life in the Skaftafell Nature Reserve. Looking around you'll be able to see dozens of mountain peaks and the glistening blue glacier stretch out around you, dazzling with its sheer size and beauty. Keep your questions in mind as your guide will have plenty of experience exploring these magnificent glaciers. When you're all kitted up for the hike, you, your group and your guide will set off. Make sure you keep with the group at all times and follow all the instructions from your guide to ensure your safety. Your guides will lead you through a natural Eden of periwinkle blue ice ridges, deep crevasses and intricately formed ice sculptures. Throughout your tour, the surrounding scenery of Vatnajökull National Park is destined to take your breath away with some of the most unique perspectives of Iceland. Grab your jacket and hike into a glacial wonderland! Check the availability by choosing a date and book your adventure into the ice.
4.8
250 reviews

Duration
3,5 hours
Available
All year
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Snaefellsnes National Park | Small Group Day Tour

Join this captivating tour to the beautiful Snæfellsnes peninsula. Sometimes called ‘Iceland in Miniature’ due to its vast diversity of landscapes, this is the perfect trip for those seeking to capture the true spirit and beauty of this incredible island. This is a small-group minibus tour for a maximum of 19 people, allowing for a more comfortable and personal experience. You’ll be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavík in the morning, then head straight for the Snæfellsnes peninsula. While the immediate surrounding scenery will be of rolling farmlands, it will diversify as soon as you reach the peninsula. You will cruise between the beautiful, rocky coast and a long range of mountains to your first destination: the Snæfellsjökull subglacial volcano. Often called ‘the crown jewel of the peninsula’, Snæfellsjökull is a magnificent, cone-shaped volcano adorned with ice throughout the year. Its beauty has inspired writers and artists for centuries, most notably Jules Verne; his novel ‘A Journey to the Centre of the Earth’ is set here.  After admiring this incredible natural landmark, you will head to the charming farm of Ytri-Tunga to see its resident seal colony. These creatures, which spend hours hauling out on the shore, are a pleasure to observe, as they lazily sun themselves with little concern for those observing them.  You will next see the charming villages of Arnarstapi and Hellnar, which are said to be steeped in magic and folklore. They are located in a lovely coastal area, which is dotted with beautiful rock formations and dramatic cliffs. You can walk along the cliffs and watch the powerful seas below sift through the picturesque rock formations. The most notable of these geological formations are the two basalt columns called Lóndrangar, so tall and striking that many have compared them to a castle. Near these, you will have a chance to wander along a gorgeous black beach, Djúpalónssandur, the cliffs of which are home to many nesting seabirds. This is a great chance for bird lovers to spot some of the rich wildlife that makes their home in the peninsula’s cliffs. At Djúpalónssandur, you’ll find a curiosity on the beach: four large, smooth stones. They are ‘lifting stones’, once used to measure the strength of fishermen who worked and lived along the coasts here. Your guide will tell you what each was called, and you can see how well you would have risen to the challenge of moving them. Your final stop will be at the most-photographed mountain across the whole of Iceland. Kirkjufell rises alone from a sea of green hills and wildflowers, surrounded by trickling rivers and little waterfalls; it is without a doubt one of the most scenic areas in the country. You’ll want to have your camera on hand when exploring this beautiful feature. Take your time to walk up behind the waterfall, Kirkjufellfoss, to capture the perfect shot of the stunning mountain framed with the trickling waterfall. The Snæfellnes peninsula is one of the country’s most beautiful spots. Don’t miss your opportunity to see 'Iceland in Miniature'. Check availability by choosing a date and book your adventure.
4.8
384 reviews

Duration
11 hours
Available
All year
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Whale Watching Tour from Reykjavik

Join this whale watching tour to see the incredible wealth of marine wildlife just off Reykjavík’s shores. You’ll journey into the famous Faxafloi Bay in search of these amazing creatures of the deep. This tour is a must for nature-lovers and fits perfectly into a busy holiday - a 3-3.5 hour trip departing straight from the capital city’s Old Harbour. You will arrive at the harbour in good time for your departure, either by making your way there yourself or through a pick-up you can request during booking. If taking this trip during summer, you will have a choice between two boats, which you can select based on your sense of adventure and the nature of your group. This Classic Whale Watching tour sails year-round and is one of the largest whale watching boats in Iceland. It has a fantastic educational and interactive focus on board, where you can learn more about the whales. Alternatively, if you’d rather sit back and relax before venturing outside for a glimpse the ship hosts a great cafe with a variety of drinks and snack options. You can expect to spend 3-3.5 hours out on the ocean looking for whales. As you travel out, your guide will point out the natural features surrounding the capital; in clear weather, you should be able to see both the Reykjanes Peninsula and the Snæfellsnes peninsula, as well as the ‘whale fjord’, otherwise called Hvalfjörður. These views will show you a quick snapshot into the diverse landscapes of Iceland with mountains, fjords, glaciers and lava fields. Four species can be regularly seen on these tours: harbour porpoises, white-beaked dolphins, minke whales and humpback whales. Other species that are occasionally seen are orcas (or killer whales), pilot whales and basking sharks. On top of these incredible animals, during summer you can expect to see a wealth of seabirds, most notably the puffin. Your experienced guides can answer any questions you have as you search for and marvel over these majestic creatures.  Each tour yields entirely different results. The animals’ behaviour changes throughout the day; you might catch them breaching, socialising, feeding or just basking near the surface. If by chance, you are not lucky enough to see a marine mammal, you will have another opportunity to take this tour for free until you do. You will return to Reykjavík after three hours on the sea, hopefully after many exciting sightings and an up-close look at some of Iceland’s most incredible creatures. Because of the convenience and length of this tour, there will still be plenty of opportunities to make the most of the rest of your day, either on another tour or within the capital. Do not miss your chance to see the magnificent whales, dolphins and porpoises of Iceland. Set sail into Faxaflói Bay for your opportunity. Check availability by choosing a date and book your Whale Watching adventure.
4.4
143 reviews

Duration
3 hours
Available
All year
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Reykjavik City Card | 48 Hours

Explore Reykjavík in-depth with the 48-Hour City Card. Not only will you be provided with free access to all City Museums and Galleries, but you'll also receive free entry to public transport and seven geothermal swimming pools. The 48-Hour City Card is perfect for those seeking to get the most out of both their time and budget while staying in Reykjavík. The card is also valid for Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo and the ferry to Viðey Island. On top of that, it provides you with a discount to several privately run museums, sightseeing tours and selected restaurants. Please bring your voucher to one of these locations: Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00. Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. Your adventure can start right away! Near the City Hall are both the Settlement Exhibition, where you can learn about the Viking settlers, and the National Museum. Just outside the City Hall is a bus stop so you can explore the wider city. If you want, you can begin or end each day like a local and visit one of the seven geothermal swimming pools dotted around the city. Entry is free with the city card, and there is no better feeling than to breathe in the fresh air while soaking in the warm waters of a hot tub. With the City Card, you can also receive discounts in a number of restaurants and shops, allowing you to fully enjoy Iceland’s capital city without having to worry too much about your budget. So don't wait! Book the 48-Hour City Card now, for the smartest way of travelling and sightseeing in Reykjavík City. Check availability by choosing a date.  
4.7
22 reviews

Duration
30 minutes
Available
All year
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The Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon | Small Group Day Tour of the Famous Sites

Discover some of Iceland's most celebrated treasures by exploring the Golden Circle and taking a dip in the Blue Lagoon. Adventure into untouched nature, cross tectonic plates and witness powerful geothermal activity with this tour of Iceland's most popular attractions. This tour is essential for all visitors as it includes Iceland's best-known natural phenomena: Geysir geothermal area, Gullfoss waterfall, Þingvellir national park and the world-famous Blue Lagoon. The geothermal area of Haukadalur valley is the home of the Geysir hot spring. Although Geysir itself is hardly active anymore, the area features other spectacular hot springs, such as Strokkur. The mighty Strokkur hot spring spouts columns of water up 15-20 metres every 5-10 minutes, making it a truly remarkable spectacle to behold. Make sure you remember to bring your camera and keep your finger on the shutter to capture this natural wonder. The Geysir area is one part of a trio of scenic areas in Southern Iceland including Gullfoss waterfall and Þingvellir national park which make up the world-renowned Golden Circle. On this tour, you will also get to walk into an incredible volcanic crater called Kerið, which is a stop not to be missed. The second part of the Golden Circle is the mighty waterfall, Gullfoss. The waterfall is located in the canyon of the river Hvítá which runs from the glacier Langjökull. Gullfoss waterfall is breathtakingly beautiful as it cascades in two steps down into a 32-metre crevice. If the conditions allow, you'll be able to stand close enough to feel the water spraying gently on your face and stand in awe at the raw power of mother nature. Þingvellir national park is not only an incredibly beautiful area, but it is also historically significant and geographically unique. The national park is where the Vikings founded Iceland's parliament, Alþingi, in the year 930, the oldest still working parliament in the world. Þingvellir is also a place where the continental drift between two tectonic plates is happening, allowing you to stand in the middle of two continents moving away from each other. You can see evidence of this in the cracks and gorges in the region that are continuously ripping apart.  The last stop on your tour before you head west again is the volcanic crater, Kerið. At approximately 6500 years old, Kerið is more than 55 metres deep, 170 metres wide and 270 metres across, making it a breathtaking experience to walk down into and around. Kerið is comprised of red volcanic rocks, green moss that grows on its sides, and the lake in the middle is filled with minerals which give the water a vivid aquamarine colour. This offers a great contrast of colours and highly impressive scenery. The craters waters will freeze over in winter but flow serenely in all other seasons.  You will end the day at the world-famous Blue Lagoon, arriving there in the early afternoon for a relaxing time in the amazing hot geothermal waters. You'll get to spend 2 hours bathing in the tranquil azure waters of the Blue Lagoon before heading back to Reykjavík. Just remember to book your voucher beforehand and keep the information with you as you enter.   Bring a camera, pack your swimsuit and don't miss out on seeing the pearls of Iceland on this day tour of the most famous sites. Check availability by choosing a date and book your Iceland adventure today.
4.8
150 reviews

Duration
11 hours
Available
May. - Mar.
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Snorkel between Continents in Silfra | Free Underwater Photos

Join this fantastic excursion to explore the glacial depths of Iceland’s premier dive spot, the exquisite Silfra Fissure, with this incredible snorkelling tour. This is an amazing opportunity for any explorers in Iceland looking to visit one of the most unique places, not just in the country, but in the world. Get your picture taken with a GoPro while swimming across the continents and receive them on your email immediately after your tour at no extra cost! You will begin this tour at the designated meeting point, Silfra Parking lot by the marked van at Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Once here, you will take a short journey through the volcanic, moss-laden fields of the National Park, finally unloading at the Silfra car park. Here, you will listen as your friendly and experienced PADI Divemaster guide provides a quick safety briefing.  They will also hand out all of the necessary kits for snorkelling in Silfra, including neoprene hoods and gloves, a thermal undersuit, a drysuit and, of course, your own mask, snorkel and fins. This equipment will keep you buoyant throughout your time in the fissure, as well as offering a great deal of thermal protection against Silfra’s 2°C / 35°F glacial water.  Once you enter the water, you will be immediately awestruck by the incredible shades of blue so prevalent in the fissure, as well as its jagged, algae strewn canyon walls. As you float above this canyon, you will have the opportunity to touch each side; this means that you’re placing your hands on both the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates (one of the major reasons as to why Þingvellir is so internationally beloved).  Moving along the fissure, you will discover Silfra Hall (the fissure’s widest section) and the magnificent Silfra Cathedral (the fissure’s deepest section), as well as a gorgeous shallow oasis at the fissure’s end known as the “Real Blue Lagoon”. So don't delay any further! Hurry now and you too can discover the amazing sights of Silfra glacial fissures, one of the major wonders to be found in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date. 
4.9
90 reviews

Duration
3 hours
Available
All year
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Drysuit Snorkeling in Silfra with Underwater Photos | Transfer included

Dive into this drysuit snorkelling tour of Silfra fissure in Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Starting at the edge of Þingvallavatn, the largest natural lake in Iceland, this tour allows you to snorkel in the Silfra fissure between two continents. This tour is perfect for those who enjoy or would like to try snorkelling and enjoy a once in a lifetime experiences. You'll have an unforgettable view down into the depths below, thanks to the silvery water which gives Silfra its name. The water is so clear, you'll be able to see as far as 100m (almost 330 ft) down, to the shadowy caves that are formed by centuries of earthquakes widening the fissure and releasing the pressures of the earth's crust. It's the only place on Earth where you can swim between a meeting place of worlds: the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Witness the strength and power of the land as you drift on the current. Plants resembling troll hair grow on the rocks, floating in the water, and you'll see many shades of green and yellow algae. Silfra was recently ranked #15 on the World's Best Dive Sites, chosen by CNN News. With this tour, you can experience the mysteries below without being a fully qualified diver, and make a fun afternoon of it while you enjoy the national park. There are also several walking trails around Silfra to enjoy the scenery by the water and witness this unique site from all perspectives. Because you're wearing a drysuit, you'll view Silfra from the surface while the slow current carries you through a stunning underwater landscape. You stay dry underneath the drysuit, and you'll be warmer in the water, which is usually around 2–4 °C (36–39 °F). The water is so cold because it is meltwater from Langjökull glacier, filtered through porous lava rock for as much as 100 years before finally flowing into the fissure at the height of purity. Go ahead, take a sip and explore this otherworldly phenomenon. Don't miss your chance for a refreshing dip in the purest water on Earth! Check availability by choosing a date and book your Iceland adventure at Silfra now.
4.7
225 reviews

Duration
4,5 hours
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All year
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The Popular Golden Circle Tour | Geysir, Gullfoss and Thingvellir

Join this afternoon tour to explore the wonders of Iceland's Golden Circle. On this tour, you'll visit the beautiful sites of Þingvellir National Park, the Geysir geothermal area, and the mighty Gullfoss waterfall. This trip is perfect for those keen to explore Iceland's beautiful Golden Circle in an afternoon. Throughout your Golden Circle tour, you'll get to witness the inspiring and beautiful landscapes of the picturesque nature: rolling farmlands, distant mountain tops, trickling rivers and stunning valleys. Keep your camera at the ready not to a miss a snap along this beautiful trail in Iceland's nature. Your first destination on this trip is the incredible Geysir geothermal area, a natural spectacle unique to the nature of Iceland. The area is made up of deep bubbling mud pools and towering spouting hot springs, the most famous of which are Geysir and Strokkur. The former no longer erupts, but the latter is a mighty one, erupting every 4-8 minutes and reaching on average 15-20 m (65 ft) into the air; sometimes it will reach the incredible height of 40 m (131 ft). Keep your finger on your camera shutter as you stand around the edges of Strokkur, to catch the perfect shot of its incredible eruptions. Next, you'll visit the mighty Gullfoss waterfall, on the famous rafting river Hvitá. It plummets 32 m (104 ft) into the river gorge and you can get close enough to feel the water spray on your face. This is Iceland's most famous waterfall and definitely one of the most beautiful. Nothing can quite describe the roar that comes with such a thunderous cascade, and if you're lucky enough, you may also catch a glimpse of a rainbow. Your final stop on the tour will be the richly diverse Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site situated on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Here, you will walk between the continents of Europe and America. Þingvellir was also the founding site for Iceland's national parliament (Alþingi), the first of its kind, in 930 AD. Of particular interest is the impressive Almannagjá canyon, marking the eastern boundary of the North American tectonic plate. Don't miss your chance to get on this tour and see some of Iceland's most famous natural, historical and cultural sites. Check availability by choosing a date and book your trip to the Golden Circle.
4.7
124 reviews

Duration
6 hours
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All year
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Reykjavik City Card | 24 Hours

Explore Reykjavík's many museums, galleries and parks and get to know the world's northernmost capital better with the 24-Hour Reykjavík City Card. This purchase is perfect for every traveller who wishes to experience the heart of Iceland's capital at the best possible price. The card gives free access to all City Museums and Galleries, including the National Gallery and Museum. If you plan to visit more than two museums, you'll be saving money with the Reykjavík Card. It is also valid for the Reykjavík Family Park and Zoo, public transport, the seven geothermal pools in the capital area as well as offering wallet-friendly discounts to numerous interesting locations and activities throughout the city. You'll also get discounts at various restaurants, shops and cafés, and on a number of tours that operate within the city centre. Please bring your voucher to one of these locations: Reykjavík City Hall,  Tjarnargata 11, 101 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Reykjavík Service Center, Borgartún 12-14. 105 Reykjavík. Open weekdays 09:00-16:00. Árbær Open Air Museum, Kistuhylur, 110 Reykjavík. Open every day 13:00-17:00. Reykjavík Maritime Museum, Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. Reykjavík Art Museum - Kjarvalsstaðir, Flókagata, 105 Reykjavík. Open every day 10:00-17:00. You can start your adventure right away. A short distance from City Hall is the Settlement Exhibition which will grant you with a remarkable insight into the life and times of the first settlers and the Vikings. Then, just a short walk away you'll find the National Museum, which offers you to take a tour through the history of Iceland. If you'd want to venture even further, hop on the nearest bus and explore the wider city; you'll find a bus stop right outside City Hall. Grab a master key to the city and experience all that the streets of Reykjavík have to offer. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.9
38 reviews

Duration
23,5 hours
Available
All year
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Eyjafjord Humpbacks | Whale Watching from Akureyri

Whale watch from the ‘capital of the North’, Akureyri, and witness the unbelievable wealth of marine life in Eyjafjörður (Island fjord). No one who loves nature and wildlife, planning to travel to Iceland’s North, should give this tour a miss! The excursion departs from Akureyri’s floating pier, which you can arrange a drop-off to, but walking is relatively easy due to closeness to town. Here, you will board your high-speed vessel, a sleek ship with a large indoor area, outdoor viewing platforms, a bar and a room of overalls you can borrow to keep warm in. As soon as the departure time arrives, you will set off into the fjord in search for wildlife. Watching the beautiful town of Akureyri shrink behind you, and the amazing mountains of Tröllaskagi (Troll peninsula) loom over you, is a lovely way to start the tour. You will continue sailing until you reach the feeding grounds of the whales. Humpback whales are the most common species sighted in the North of Iceland, especially during the summer months although they are also seen in winter. These gregarious acrobats are well-known surface performers, entertaining guests by breaching, fluke diving and feeding. You also have the chance to see white-beaked dolphins in abundance throughout the year, as well as harbour porpoises and even seals. Other species previously reported in the fjord are the Blue whale, Orcas and Fin whales, although they are not a permanent resident in the area and quite a rare sighting on our tours. If taking the tour in summer, you may get so lucky to see Puffins that reside in Iceland to breed during the summertime as well as countless other seabirds. While this species in particular is gone come winter, many others remain. The surroundings are as beautiful in either season, although the landscapes when covered in snow are particularly mesmerising. For three hours, you will sail into the longest glacial fjord in all of Iceland on our comfortable and specially modified catamaran, hopefully catching sighting after sighting. It would be very unusual not to see a single whale, dolphin or porpoise on your trip, as our sighting success over the past couple of summers is 100%, but if that is indeed the case, you will be able to join another tour free of charge. And of course, if the tour is cancelled due to weather, you’ll be able to get on the next trip that fits into your schedule. See the whales of North Iceland during an unforgettable experience. Check availability by choosing a date.
4.5
47 reviews

Duration
3 hours
Available
All year
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South Coast Day Tour | ​Small Group

Join this small group minibus day tour of Iceland’s South Coast. Witness glaciers, volcanoes, waterfalls and the famous Reynisfjara black sand beach on this trip. This tour is perfect for those wanting the best value tour focused on exploring the best spots along Iceland’s magnificent South Coast. On this tour, you'll see the stunning waterfalls of Seljlandsfoss and Skogafoss, the towering white glacier ice caps, mighty volcanoes, charming Icelandic farms on rolling hillsides, and even some cute puffin colonies if visiting in the summer. The tour covers plenty of stunning sites and will take approximately 10 hours to complete. Keep your camera poised for all the fantastic photo opportunities along your journey. If you are staying in a guesthouse or a hotel in Reykjavík, you'll be picked up in the morning before starting your journey to explore the amazing South Coast. To ensure you enjoy all of the sites along the way in cosy comfort, this tour is for small groups only – there will never be more than 19 people per group. Make sure to ask any and all questions you have about Icelandic culture, nature and history to your knowledgable guide. First, you’ll stop at two of South Iceland's most impressive waterfalls, Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss, the former being one of Iceland's most powerful waterfalls, sought out by locals and travellers alike.   Seljalandsfoss is a picturesque cascade, famed for its walking path which allows you to walk behind it in the summer months. Standing behind the thunderous waterfall makes for a surreal and exciting experience. There, you'll encounter an unmatched perspective, as you look out through the pouring water to the surrounding landscapes of green fields and towering lava cliffs. After visiting South Iceland's two water giants, you’ll make your way to the stunning Reynisfjara black sand beach near the small town of Vík. This beach is famed for its vibrant birdlife and beautiful landscape. There, you are likely to see puffins swarming in search of food around the pyramid-shaped basalt columns that make up Reynisfjara's cliffs during the summer months. Look out to sea near the shore for a view of the spectacularly shaped sea stacks called Reynisdrangar. Folklore has it that these sea stacks were trolls turned to stone by light having failed to find refuge quick enough. During the drive to these attractions, you'll see both the mighty Sólheimajökull glacier and the notorious Eyjafjallajökull glacier volcano whose 2010 eruption brought European air traffic to a standstill for days. For your convenience, this tour is operated in brand new minibus with free Wi-Fi onboard. Your experienced guide will tell you stories about the locations and answer all your questions. You'll taste traditional Icelandic snacks, and there will be a stop for lunch so that you won't get hungry.  Don't miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to see Iceland's magical South Coast. Check availability by choosing a date and book your Iceland South Coast adventure today.
4.9
185 reviews

Duration
10 hours
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Blue Lagoon Transportation From Keflavik Airport

Join this quick bus transfer to travel directly from Keflavík International Airport to the world-renowned Blue Lagoon Spa and then straight to your Reykjavik accommodation. Bathe in the tranquil azure waters of the Blue Lagoon to start your trip in the best way. This is perfect for travellers looking to relax immediately after their flight, getting them straight into the holiday spirit with a luxurious soak in the lagoon. After spending some time in the warm, milky-blue waters of the Blue Lagoon, you can then take a bus onwards to Reykjavík and be dropped off at a designated drop-off point near your hotel or guesthouse. This not only makes the process of getting to your accommodation incredibly easy but it also means that you'll have the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing and authentically Icelandic experience before heading off to your accommodation. It's easy to see why the Blue Lagoon Spa is so popular amongst locals and international visitors alike, with its fantastic number of great facilities. These include the lagoon, spa, cafe, bistro, souvenir shop and even accommodation for those treating themselves to an overnight stay. Aside from the glorious temperature of the water, the lagoon is surrounded by a plethora of gorgeous nature positioned in the midst of an otherworldly volcanic landscape. You’ll see volcanic hillsides and distant mountains on both your journey from the airport and from the lagoon to your accommodation. Each visitor to the Blue Lagoon will also receive a complimentary silica mud mask when in the waters, proven to possess healing qualities beneficial for the skin. Plus, there is always the opportunity for visitors to add a luxurious massage, a face mask or even a bite to eat at the Blue Lagoon's accompanying bistro. Please note that the entrance ticket to the Blue Lagoon is not included and that you need to pre-book it in advance. It is better to do this in as far in advance as possible because the lagoon is very popular and places are competitive. Make sure to avoid any disappointment on arrival by having your entrance tickets booked well in advance.  So why delay? Book your trip today and be sure to unwind in the azure waters of the Blue Lagoon as soon as you arrive in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date and start your Iceland adventure in the best possible way. 
4.7
110 reviews

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4 hours
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Iceland varies greatly from South to North and East to West. Although most tours depart from Reykjavik, many depart from other parts of the country as well. In North Iceland, you can enjoy tours from Akureyri and Mývatn. Tours from East Iceland depart from Egilsstaðir, and tours of the Westfjords depart from Ísafjörður.
You can take sightseeing tours to the South Coast, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Skaftafell Nature Reserve, the Highlands and the Westman Islands.

1. What is there to see and do in Reykjavik?

There are plenty of attractions in Reykjavík, including Hallgrímskirkja church, Harpa Concert Hall, the old harbour, City Hall, and multiple shopping streets, museums, galleries, theatres and live entertainment venues. There are also numerous sculpture gardens and parks, avenues lined with street art, restaurants and cafés.

2. What can I see and do on a day tour from Reykjavik?

You can travel the Golden Circle, visit the Blue Lagoon, see the sights of the South Coast or explore Snæfellsnes peninsula. In summer you can even visit the Highlands on a day tour. Alternatively, you can spend your time doing an adventure tour such as whale watching, horseback riding, snowmobiling, glacier hiking, snorkelling or driving an ATV.

3. What is there to see and do in Akureyri?

Akureyri is the second largest town in Iceland and has a number of shops, galleries, cafés, and swimming pools, as well as the iconic Akureyri church. There is also a great botanical garden, a famous ice cream shop and an active music and art scene. Beautiful mountain and fjord views can be seen from central Akureyri, and in winter the town boasts the best ski area in the country, Hlíðarfjall. Nearby, there are many natural attractions, such as Goðafoss waterfall.

4. What is there to see and do at Lake Myvatn?

Lake Mývatn itself is known for its stunning flora and fauna, but surrounding it are multiple craters and beautiful rock formations. Visit Skútustaðagígar, hike around Hverfell, walk the trails of Dimmuborgir, bathe in the Mývatn Nature Baths, admire the colours of Námaskarð pass and visit the famous Grjótagjá cave. You can also visit the crater Víti in Krafla volcano or see Europe’s most powerful waterfall, Dettifoss.

5. What is there to see and do in the Westfjords?

The Westfjords are the most remote area in Iceland, and hard to access during wintertime (but great for off-piste skiing). In summer, however, you can kayak the fjords, hike its table-top mountains, visit a number of interesting museums or go hot spring hunting. Also available to you are bird watching, spotting seals on the red sands of Rauðasandur and, of course, admiring Dynjandi waterfall, the crown of the Westfjords.

6. What can I see on the South Coast of Iceland?

Iceland’s South Coast has many popular attractions, including the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss, Gljúfrabúi and Skógafoss. Seljavallalaug pool, Reynisfjara black sand beach and Sólheimajökull glacier all draw travellers to the area as well.
The villages of Vík and Kirkjubæjarklaustur can also be found here, as can the Reynisdrangar sea stacks, Dyrhólaey cliffs, Skaftafell Nature Reserve and Jökulsárlon Glacier Lagoon.

7. What can I see and do on Snaefellsnes peninsula?

Snæfellsnes Peninsula is often called ‘Iceland in miniature’ because it is home to an incredibly diverse array of natural features. These include a glacier and a volcano, craters, lava fields, caves, waterfalls, black and white beaches, beautiful fishing villages and so much more. Hike on Snæfellsjökull glacier, photograph Kirkjufell mountain and Búðir black church, stroll down Djúpalónssandur black sand beach and take in the stunning views in all directions at Gatklettur rock by Arnarstapi and Hellnar shore. 

8. What is there to see and do in East Iceland and around Egilsstadir?

If you like hiking, then you have plenty of options with the rugged mountains in East Iceland. Hike up Mt. Snæfell, into the mountain ranges Kverkfjöll and Dyrfjoll, the stunning Hafrahvammar canyon or to Laugarvalladalur valley with a stunning natural hot spring waterfall. For shorter hikes, walk through Iceland’s largest forest, Hallormsstaðaskógur, and try to spot a monster in Lake Lagarfljót. Alternatively, trek up to Hengifoss waterfall, visit the colourful town of Seyðisfjörður or go on a super jeep tour to Askja in the Highlands.

9. What is there to see and do around Skaftafell?

Skaftafellused to be a national park in its own right until it was expanded and merged with Vatnajökull National Park. Multiple glacier hiking tours run from here, as well as to Svínafellsjökull glacier. Always go with a guide when glacier hiking. A campsite and service centre is found in Skaftafell, and there is a hotel is close by.

10. What is there to see and do in the Icelandic Highlands?

The Highlands are the wildest and harshest landscapes you’ll find in Iceland. There are lakes, mountains, rivers, waterfalls, glaciers and volcanoes throughout. Popular areas include Landmannalaugar, Þórsmörk, Kerlingarfjöll, Hveravellir and Víti Crater in Askja Caldera.

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