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Vacation Packages in Iceland

Vacation Packages in Iceland

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Vacationing in Iceland

Iceland offers endless natural and cultural attractions guaranteed to leave you inspired. The country's allure lies in its countless waterfalls, glaciers and dramatic coastlines; its looming mountains, moss-ridden lava fields and mysterious rock formations. Iceland challenges you to resist its magnetic pull.

You could be forgiven for feeling a little overwhelmed as to where to begin exploring many such curiosities, so let us be your guide and the sky be the limit—be it inhabited by the midnight sun of summer, or the northern lights of winter.

Immerse yourself fully in the wonders of Iceland, whatever the time of year, with one of our tailored vacation packages or self drive tours.

Perhaps you would like to explore the Ring Road of Iceland, an impressive 1332 km (828 mi) long stretch of road which encircles the island? We offer a multitude of options suited to the time of year and the number of days you can grant this exciting journey around the country.

It could take a lifetime to discover all that Iceland has to offer, so why not pace yourself and focus on a more specific area? You could spend days exploring the abundant and varied features around the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in the West, often heralded as ‘Iceland in Miniature’ for its diversity of sights to see.

Iceland is host to an abundance of wildlife. Notably, the Atlantic puffin, which flocks in large numbers to nest in the craggy coastline during the summer months.

All year round, the abundance of fish and krill which inhabit the seas surrounding the country attract several whale, dolphin and porpoise species. Many of our packages present the opportunity to see these beautiful animals in the wild, perfect for animal lovers and families alike.

Frequently asked questions

Is Iceland worth visiting in winter?

Absolutely. Both northern lights and ice cave visits are only possible during winter in Iceland. Other exciting winter activities include skiing, dog sledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and there's no better time for a soak in the Blue Lagoon.

How do I get around Iceland in winter?

Self-drive tours are still popular in the winter. But if you are not comfortable navigating on winter roads, there are many other options, including bus tours, helicopter tours, private tours, and flying domestically to different destinations.

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

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

There are a lot of activities listed within these vacation packages. Are they all safe to participate in during COVID-19?

Safety is one of our top priorities. Most of these activities occur outdoors, which lowers the risk of contracting COVID-19. For activities that are not available, we’ll be happy to suggest alternatives.

Will we be able to see the northern lights despite COVID-19?

The northern lights are a natural wonder. While chances of seeing them are not affected by COVID-19, there’s no guarantee that you will see them. But the longer you stay in Iceland, the more likely you are to see them. Northern lights tours are a great way to increase your chance of seeing them as tour operators know the best places to locate them. Tours are operating under the guidance of the Icelandic health authorities to minimize the risk of COVID-19.