Vacation Packages in Iceland

Vacation Packages in Iceland

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Tudor Vieru

Tudor Vieru

31/05/2023, 08:53
Review of Iceland In-Depth | Two-Week Road Trip

Hi! My wife and I just got back from this amazing trip a few days ago, so everything is still fresh. I want to share my impressions of everything we've experienced, so I've structured my review in a few categories, lest I forget something. Schedule Especially during the first 2-3 days, the schedule is jam-packed with activities or places to visit. These vary from location to location. For example, while visiting East Iceland, the number of objectives is much smaller than in the east, south, or Westfjords, but this was to be expected. Overall, we found the schedule to include, on those full days, slightly more objectives than can comfortably be explored in a single day. On the other hand, this is part of the charm of creating your own goals for each day, so that you only visit places that really spark your interest. All in all, I would say that the schedule alternates quite well between long drive days, with fewer activities, and shorter drive days, with more places to see. Hotels The hotels were, by and large, very nice. We especially enjoyed Skuggi (we even bought an extra night there at the end of the tour), Blue Hotel Fagrilundur, Hotel North, Hotel Laugarbakki (funny because it looked like a prison from the outside, but the inside was very nice), Hotel Isafjordur, and most of all Hotel Latrabjarg, where we had the best experience. We would highly recommend including Hotel Latrabjarg in all itineraries that go through that area. Itinerary The itinerary was well thought out for the most part, and we stuck to it on most days. After going past Skaftafell we started analyzing it 2-3 days in advance and then creating our own. One of the reasons was that some objectives were out of the way, in the sense that they were listed for day X, but the trip took us there anyway the next day. One example is Klaustur, which is 70km east of Vik and scheduled for day 3. We passed it on the way to Skaftafell the next day because it did not make sense to add 140 km to our trip just to return and sleep in Vik afterward. A similar example was Hólmavík, scheduled for Day 8, but we passed next to it on Day 9, en route to Isafjordur. Going there would have meant adding 250-300 kilometers to our trip, from Hvammstangi and back. We based our daily goals on the itinerary until we got to the Skaftafell region, but afterward used it mostly as inspiration and for directions to the next hotel. There are a couple of days that only include visits to small coastal villages and not much else. We of course understand that Iceland is a large country and some days are just dedicated to the drive. In other areas, such as the Westfjords, Latrabjarg, or Snaefellsnes, we returned to the itinerary, but always used Google Maps as well, to find interesting attractions nearby. For the itinerary, my suggestion would be to add some smaller points of attractions along the way, as many are available right on the side of the road or a small distance from Route 1. A small waterfall or some geothermal footbaths, the 1238 The Battle of Iceland museum in Sauðárkrókur, the Sauðárkrókur Viewpoint, and so on. I think such attractions are good waypoints, especially on days when you have to drive longer. Communication Communication with Guide to Iceland was below expectations. There was no contact from your side during the trip. I would have expected at least an email asking if we were doing fine or needed anything during the 2 weeks we were there. Just to check in and see how we were. At the same time, for the only email that I have sent you, the response was very late, much too late to be of any use to us. In your itinerary, you said to contact the email address if we needed to reach an agent urgently. We did, but there was no one there for 8 hours. Related to that, not having the ferryboat booked in advance was difficult to understand. There was a single ferry at noon that day, we were following our itinerary, so there should have been a spot for us there. A short communication from your end related to this would have helped. Car rental We chose a 4x4 automatic model and got a 2022 Toyota Rav 4. The car in itself was amazing and easy to drive. It took us across the country, including the Westfjords, without any issues. Both I and my wife were very happy with the specs, handling, and everything else. We were very happy with the selection. We did not have Wi-Fi in the car, as it was not included in the package and we only figured this out in the middle of our second day. There was also an issue with having to pay a non-refundable 500 euros for insurance on the car, simply because we did not have a credit card. This was not communicated beforehand, either by Guide to Iceland or by MyCar. The trip's budget suffered accordingly and left a sour taste in our mouths. All of these requirements should be communicated to customers in advance, by both you and MyCar, so that we know what to expect. Having such an expense right at the start of our trip was definitely putting the left foot forward. Summary Regardless of the issues we've encountered, the trip was definitely worth it for us. We had the time of our lives visiting your beautiful country and were amazed at how quickly the landscapes and the weather can change. At times we felt like we were on the moon or some Sci-Fi movie set. We spent a lot of time on the open road and visited everything from innumerable waterfalls to caves and lava tunnels. The thermal baths are amazing and I would recommend including more of them in your itineraries going forward. They are were relaxing at the end of a busy day. The Myvatn one was especially beautiful. With the notes that I've mentioned above, we are very likely to recommend Guide to Iceland to our friends and family for our next vacation, and look forward to visiting Iceland and working with you again. Thank you for the amazing experience! Tudor

Vacation Packages in Iceland

Iceland offers a variety of vacations packages to suit different interests and travel styles. Some popular holiday packages in Iceland include:

1. Self-Drive Tours: Iceland is a great destination for a self-drive holiday, with its stunning landscapes, picturesque roads, and well-maintained infrastructure. Self-drive holiday packages typically include a rental car, accommodations, and an itinerary with suggested routes and attractions. You can also add tours and tickets to your self-drive tour.

2. City Breaks: Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is a vibrant city with a rich cultural scene, world-class restaurants, and a lively nightlife. City break holiday packages typically include accommodations in Reykjavik, airport transfers, and optional tours and activities, both within the city and to nearby attractions.

3. Spa and Wellness Packages: Iceland is home to many geothermal hot springs and spas, which offer a relaxing and rejuvenating experience. Spa and wellness holiday packages typically include accommodations, access to hot springs and spas like the Blue lagoon, and optional tours and activities.

4. Northern Lights vacation packages: Witnessing the Aurora Borealis is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see it. Northern Lights vacation packages typically include accommodations, transportation, and guided tours to the best viewing spots. They also often include ice cave tours.

5. Christmas and New Year's Packages: Iceland is a magical destination during the holiday season, with its snowy landscapes, festive markets, and traditional celebrations. Christmas and New Year's holiday packages typically include accommodations, airport transfers, and festive meals and activities.

6. Summer Packages: During the summer months, Iceland offers a variety of outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, fishing, and kayaking. Summer adventure holiday packages typically include accommodations, guided tours and activities, and equipment rental.

7. Adventure Tours: For those seeking an adrenaline rush, Iceland offers a variety of adventure tours, such as ATV tours, snowmobile tours, and ice climbing tours. These tours typically include equipment rental, a certified guide, and transportation.

Overall, holiday packages in Iceland offer a unique opportunity to experience the country's stunning natural beauty, diverse culture, and exciting activities.

Frequently asked questions

What is included in an Iceland vacation package?

Iceland vacation packages typically include accommodations, transportation, and tours or activities. Some packages may also include meals, airport transfers, and equipment rental.

Should I do a self-drive tour or a guided tour in Iceland?

On a self-drive tour in Iceland, you have complete autonomy over the timing and pace of your stops. You choose when to hit the road and when to stop to appreciate Iceland's many beautiful natural attractions. Freedom, independence, and privacy are all reasons customers choose to book a self-drive tour in Iceland.

On the other hand, guided tours in Iceland offer fascinating local insight, expert guides and drivers who are comfortable driving in all kinds of weather and road conditions, and new friends you would otherwise never meet.

Are Iceland vacation packages expensive?

Iceland can be an expensive destination, but vacation packages can help you save money on accommodations, transportation, and activities. It's important to compare prices and read the fine print to make sure you're getting the best deal.

How long is the perfect vacation in Iceland?

The length of your Iceland vacation depends on your interests and itinerary. A self-drive tour of the Ring Road, which circles the entire country, can take around 10-14 days. A shorter trip to Reykjavik and the Golden Circle can be done in 3-5 days.

What is the best time to visit Iceland on a vacation package?

The best time to visit Iceland depends on your interests and travel goals. The summer months (June to August) offer long days and mild weather, while the winter months (December to February) offer the chance to see the Northern Lights. Spring and fall offer a balance of mild weather and fewer crowds.

How does the cancellation policy work for my vacation package in Iceland?

You can cancel your vacation package up to 24 hours before departure and receive a full refund. By thus, offering you the most flexible vacation package cancellation terms available anywhere on the market.

Do I need travel insurance for my Iceland vacation?

Travel insurance is not required to enter Iceland, but it is highly recommended. Travel insurance can provide coverage for medical emergencies and other unexpected events. You do not need a travel insurance to cancel your vacation package booking with us.

Can I add extra days or an extra person to my vacation package in Iceland?

Yes, after making your vacation package reservation in Iceland, you can change your booking by contacting your travel agent at Please note that additional charges will occur.

Can I change the dates of my vacation package in Iceland after I have made the booking?

Yes, it is possible to change the booking dates of your vacation package in Iceland after the booking has been confirmed. However, a 15% service fee applies.

Can I customize my Iceland vacation package?

Yes, we offer customized Iceland vacation packages based on your interests and preferences. You can choose your own itinerary, accommodations, and activities. Just contact us after or before booking, and we'll organize your entire trip according to your requests.

Can I add an extra activity to my vacation package in Iceland?

Yes, you can add extra activity to your vacation package in Iceland by emailing with your booking number and the specifications of which activity you wish to add. From here, your travel agent will add the activity to the package and send you a payment link.

Can I book winter packages for Christmas or New Year's Eve in Iceland?

Yes, you can book winter packages during both Christmas and New Year’s Eve in Iceland. Please note that these are extremely popular travel seasons, so make sure to book as early as possible to secure the best prices and spots.

What is the best winter vacation package in Iceland?

The best winter vacation package in Iceland is rated 4.6 out of 5 by more than 400 travelers. This 5-day package includes 4 nights of accommodation, a Golden Circle tour, and entrance to the Blue Lagoon. As well as glacier hiking and a 2-day trip to Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon in East Iceland. Prices for this winter trip start from approximately 1,120 USD per person.

What is the best 10-day vacation package in Iceland?

The best 10-day vacation package in Iceland is this 10-day summer self-drive tour of Iceland. If you prefer visiting in winter, this 10-day winter self-drive tour is recommended. But if you prefer not to drive yourself, you can choose to go on this 10-day guided winter tour package of the circle of Iceland.

What is the best 5-day tour package in Iceland

The best 5-day tour package in Iceland is this 5-day winter package in Iceland with northern lights and ice cave tours. If you prefer to visit during the summer, then this 5-day summer self-drive tour package in Iceland is the most popular tour you can choose.

What is the best guided tour package in Iceland?

The best guided tour package in Iceland depends on how long you wish to stay and how much you wish to see. This is the most popular two day guided tour in Iceland during winter. And this is the most popular two day guided tour in Iceland during summer. The best three day guided tour in Iceland is this three day winter tour to Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon with ice caving. The best guided circle tour of Iceland is this 8-day guided winter tour package of the circle of Iceland.

What is the best one week vacation package in Iceland?

The most highest-rated one-week vacation package in Iceland is this 8-day summer self-drive tour of Iceland, or this 8-day winter self drive tour of Iceland. If you prefer to join a guided tour, then this 8-day guided ring road trip in Iceland during winter is recommended. If you only have 7 days and 6 nights, then choose this 7-day winter self drive tour, or this 7-day summer self-drive tour.

What are the best holiday packages in Iceland for families?

Some of the best holiday packages in Iceland for families include self-drive tours with kid-friendly activities, city breaks with easy access to attractions, and spa and wellness packages with family-friendly accommodations.

Is the payment link secure when I book a vacation package in Iceland?

Yes, the payment link is secure when you book a vacation package in Iceland. You can pay directly using the link. Your booking will be secured as soon as you have made the payment.

What should I pack for an Iceland vacation?

Pack warm and waterproof clothing, sturdy hiking shoes, a bathing suit for hot springs and spas, and a camera. It's also a good idea to bring a portable charger and a travel adapter.