5

average

3reviews

Iceland & Greenland Packages

Iceland and Greenland packages allow you to make the most of your Arctic adventure by adding a trip to Greenland to your Iceland holiday. This travel option presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit an ancient culture and explore spectacular natural vistas.
5 average category rating
3 reviews
Lowest Prices in Iceland
Best prices guaranteed
6 Tours available
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration

Iceberg Spectacle | Three-day Greenland tour from Iceland

Witness the incredible sights of Greenland on this immersive three-day tour. Do not miss your opportunity to experience life in an Inuit settlement, take a helicopter ride over an icefjord and enjoy a boat trip through an iceberg-filled bay. You will start this tour with a two-hour flight from Reykjavík Domestic Airport to the village of Kulusuk off Greenland's East Coast. You will transfer to a helicopter, soar over an icefjord on a breathtaking ten-minute flight, and land in the town of Tasiilaq. You will spend the rest of this day exploring this settlement’s history and culture, and its surrounding nature. Bring your hiking shoes, as there is a lot to see. On your second day, the only full day you will have here, you will enjoy a spectacle of icebergs. Leaving from the harbour, you will board a boat, and spend a seven-to-eight-hour cruise to one of two destinations, depending on the day of the week. The first of these is through the magnificent Sermilik Icefjord, a beautiful inlet filled with huge icebergs. The second will take you to the famous Knud Rasmussen Glacier. Both trips are incredible experiences. On day three, you will take another helicopter, back to the village of Kulusuk, for your return flight to Reykjavík. You will get back with enough time to enjoy your evening in Iceland’s capital. This excursion is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, to experience life in Greenland, and to see its nature at its very best. Do not miss your chance to immerse yourself in this remote and beautiful land. Check availability by choosing a date.

5 Day Summer Package | Golden Circle, South of Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Add a little twist to your Icelandic holiday and take in more of the Arctic’s beautiful scenery by hopping on board a plane to Greenland. Through this 5-day summer package, you’ll be able to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning places as well as Greenland's small village of Kulusuk. The tour will take you to Iceland’s most famous sightseeing route, the Golden Circle. There you will visit Þingvellir National Park, the powerful waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermal area of Geysir, where hot springs spout water high up in the air. You'll visit Reynisfjara—a black sand beach where ocean waves crash into volcanic rock formations—and Dyrhólaey, a stunning peninsula with abundant birdlife and a fantastic panoramic view. You’ll also see hauntingly beautiful waterfalls, dark and barren sand expanses and mighty glaciers. You also have the option of hiking up Sólheimajökull glacier, where you'll pass deep blue crevasses and high ridges. Sólheimajökull is where fire and ice meet as the white peaks of the glacier are covered with ash from eruptions from nearby volcanoes. To explore the Arctic further, you'll go on a fun-filled day trip to Greenland, where you will visit the small village of Kulusuk. Greenland is a rugged mountainous land, three-quarters of which are covered by a permanent ice sheet. The village of Kulusuk is surrounded by towering jagged mountains and a blue ocean dotted pearly white icebergs. Enjoy the long summer days and get the full Arctic experience in your 5-day stay. Immerse yourself in the culture and the gorgeous landscapes of two countries. Visit the dynamic city of Reykjavík and the quiet village of Kulusuk. Check availability by choosing a date.

8 Day Summer Package | Iceland in Depth with a Greenland Day Tour

Join this eight-day excursion to see the greatest sites of Iceland and to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Greenland. This tour is a must for those eager to make the absolute most of their travels under the Arctic Circle. You will have your first day in Reykjavík, getting to know the capital city; you could even use this day to visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon spa or to explore the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula. On day two, however, the adventure truly starts, as you head to one of Iceland’s three national parks: Snæfellsnes. This 90 kilometre stretch of peninsula is often called ‘Iceland in miniature’ due to the wealth of scenery you will experience here. You'll spend a full day exploring this diverse land, with an opportunity to go lava-caving. Then, a full day will be spent seeing the most famous sites of Iceland, around the iconic Golden Circle. You will have the opportunity on this day to take a variety of adventures to finish your action-packed holiday with. On day four, you will fly out to Greenland early, arriving at the settlement of Kulusuk off the east coast. You will spend four hours exploring this tiny village of just three hundred people, no doubt marvelling over the beautiful surroundings of saw-toothed mountains and seascapes. You will get to experience authentic Greenlandic culture, with the opportunity to admire the local architecture, visit a museum, and perhaps even see a traditional Inuit drum dance. You will return to Reykjavík by plane that evening, and spend the next two days touring the South Coast of Iceland. During this part of the tour, you will get to enjoy waterfalls, glaciers, beaches, and the iconic glacier lagoon. You will even have a chance to hike on Sólheimajökull glacier. You’ll return to spend a night in the capital. The day after will be dedicated to this vibrant and lively city, where you can explore landmarks and historical sites alike, and then spend your last night in Reykjavík. Your return journey will likely be spent reminiscing over the incredible things you have seen and experienced, from the iconic sites to the unique places very few will ever have the opportunity to witness. Book now, and reserve your space on this once-in-a-lifetime excursion around Iceland and Greenland. Check availability by choosing a date.

6 Day Summer Package | South Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Explore the high Arctic, from Iceland’s Golden Circle to the remote fjords of Greenland. This package takes you to Iceland’s South Coast, where you'll explore many of the countries most iconic natural attractions, and offers the rare and unique opportunity of gaining insight into the daily life of the Inuit people of Greenland. Your tour will start with a taste of Nordic city life in Reykjavík, but soon you will be exploring Iceland's vast southern lowlands and hiking onto one of the mighty glaciers that are characteristic of the area. Known for its raven black sand deserts, high waterfalls and its crown of glacier peaks and basalt mountains, Iceland's south is in sharp contrast to the remote Kulusuk island on Greenland’s east coast. Located just below the Arctic Circle, the village of roughly 250 inhabitants is a mirror back in time; and visiting Kulusuk provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know the ways of the hunters of the far north. Icebergs float lazily on the blue arctic ocean, which is home to the seals and fish that contribute to the everyday life of the people. For a perfect experience, you will then end by visiting Iceland's Golden Circle: Þingvellir National Parliament Park, a UNESCO heritage site of tremendous importance, situated in a massive lava field, the exploding geysers at the Haukadalur geothermal valley and Gullfoss waterfall in glacial river Hvítá. Get a taste of all the best the Arctic has to offer and experience the high north in Iceland and Greenland this summer. Check availability by choosing a date.

Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland. Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun. This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

5

average

3reviews

Iceland & Greenland Packages

Iceland and Greenland packages allow you to make the most of your Arctic adventure by adding a trip to Greenland to your Iceland holiday. This travel option presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit an ancient culture and explore spectacular natural vistas.
5 average category rating
3 reviews
Lowest Prices in Iceland
Best prices guaranteed
6 Tours available
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration

Iceberg Spectacle | Three-day Greenland tour from Iceland

Witness the incredible sights of Greenland on this immersive three-day tour. Do not miss your opportunity to experience life in an Inuit settlement, take a helicopter ride over an icefjord and enjoy a boat trip through an iceberg-filled bay. You will start this tour with a two-hour flight from Reykjavík Domestic Airport to the village of Kulusuk off Greenland's East Coast. You will transfer to a helicopter, soar over an icefjord on a breathtaking ten-minute flight, and land in the town of Tasiilaq. You will spend the rest of this day exploring this settlement’s history and culture, and its surrounding nature. Bring your hiking shoes, as there is a lot to see. On your second day, the only full day you will have here, you will enjoy a spectacle of icebergs. Leaving from the harbour, you will board a boat, and spend a seven-to-eight-hour cruise to one of two destinations, depending on the day of the week. The first of these is through the magnificent Sermilik Icefjord, a beautiful inlet filled with huge icebergs. The second will take you to the famous Knud Rasmussen Glacier. Both trips are incredible experiences. On day three, you will take another helicopter, back to the village of Kulusuk, for your return flight to Reykjavík. You will get back with enough time to enjoy your evening in Iceland’s capital. This excursion is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, to experience life in Greenland, and to see its nature at its very best. Do not miss your chance to immerse yourself in this remote and beautiful land. Check availability by choosing a date.

5 Day Summer Package | Golden Circle, South of Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Add a little twist to your Icelandic holiday and take in more of the Arctic’s beautiful scenery by hopping on board a plane to Greenland. Through this 5-day summer package, you’ll be able to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning places as well as Greenland's small village of Kulusuk. The tour will take you to Iceland’s most famous sightseeing route, the Golden Circle. There you will visit Þingvellir National Park, the powerful waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermal area of Geysir, where hot springs spout water high up in the air. You'll visit Reynisfjara—a black sand beach where ocean waves crash into volcanic rock formations—and Dyrhólaey, a stunning peninsula with abundant birdlife and a fantastic panoramic view. You’ll also see hauntingly beautiful waterfalls, dark and barren sand expanses and mighty glaciers. You also have the option of hiking up Sólheimajökull glacier, where you'll pass deep blue crevasses and high ridges. Sólheimajökull is where fire and ice meet as the white peaks of the glacier are covered with ash from eruptions from nearby volcanoes. To explore the Arctic further, you'll go on a fun-filled day trip to Greenland, where you will visit the small village of Kulusuk. Greenland is a rugged mountainous land, three-quarters of which are covered by a permanent ice sheet. The village of Kulusuk is surrounded by towering jagged mountains and a blue ocean dotted pearly white icebergs. Enjoy the long summer days and get the full Arctic experience in your 5-day stay. Immerse yourself in the culture and the gorgeous landscapes of two countries. Visit the dynamic city of Reykjavík and the quiet village of Kulusuk. Check availability by choosing a date.

8 Day Summer Package | Iceland in Depth with a Greenland Day Tour

Join this eight-day excursion to see the greatest sites of Iceland and to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Greenland. This tour is a must for those eager to make the absolute most of their travels under the Arctic Circle. You will have your first day in Reykjavík, getting to know the capital city; you could even use this day to visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon spa or to explore the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula. On day two, however, the adventure truly starts, as you head to one of Iceland’s three national parks: Snæfellsnes. This 90 kilometre stretch of peninsula is often called ‘Iceland in miniature’ due to the wealth of scenery you will experience here. You'll spend a full day exploring this diverse land, with an opportunity to go lava-caving. Then, a full day will be spent seeing the most famous sites of Iceland, around the iconic Golden Circle. You will have the opportunity on this day to take a variety of adventures to finish your action-packed holiday with. On day four, you will fly out to Greenland early, arriving at the settlement of Kulusuk off the east coast. You will spend four hours exploring this tiny village of just three hundred people, no doubt marvelling over the beautiful surroundings of saw-toothed mountains and seascapes. You will get to experience authentic Greenlandic culture, with the opportunity to admire the local architecture, visit a museum, and perhaps even see a traditional Inuit drum dance. You will return to Reykjavík by plane that evening, and spend the next two days touring the South Coast of Iceland. During this part of the tour, you will get to enjoy waterfalls, glaciers, beaches, and the iconic glacier lagoon. You will even have a chance to hike on Sólheimajökull glacier. You’ll return to spend a night in the capital. The day after will be dedicated to this vibrant and lively city, where you can explore landmarks and historical sites alike, and then spend your last night in Reykjavík. Your return journey will likely be spent reminiscing over the incredible things you have seen and experienced, from the iconic sites to the unique places very few will ever have the opportunity to witness. Book now, and reserve your space on this once-in-a-lifetime excursion around Iceland and Greenland. Check availability by choosing a date.

6 Day Summer Package | South Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Explore the high Arctic, from Iceland’s Golden Circle to the remote fjords of Greenland. This package takes you to Iceland’s South Coast, where you'll explore many of the countries most iconic natural attractions, and offers the rare and unique opportunity of gaining insight into the daily life of the Inuit people of Greenland. Your tour will start with a taste of Nordic city life in Reykjavík, but soon you will be exploring Iceland's vast southern lowlands and hiking onto one of the mighty glaciers that are characteristic of the area. Known for its raven black sand deserts, high waterfalls and its crown of glacier peaks and basalt mountains, Iceland's south is in sharp contrast to the remote Kulusuk island on Greenland’s east coast. Located just below the Arctic Circle, the village of roughly 250 inhabitants is a mirror back in time; and visiting Kulusuk provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know the ways of the hunters of the far north. Icebergs float lazily on the blue arctic ocean, which is home to the seals and fish that contribute to the everyday life of the people. For a perfect experience, you will then end by visiting Iceland's Golden Circle: Þingvellir National Parliament Park, a UNESCO heritage site of tremendous importance, situated in a massive lava field, the exploding geysers at the Haukadalur geothermal valley and Gullfoss waterfall in glacial river Hvítá. Get a taste of all the best the Arctic has to offer and experience the high north in Iceland and Greenland this summer. Check availability by choosing a date.

Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland. Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun. This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

5

average

3reviews

Iceland & Greenland Packages

Iceland and Greenland packages allow you to make the most of your Arctic adventure by adding a trip to Greenland to your Iceland holiday. This travel option presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit an ancient culture and explore spectacular natural vistas.
5 average category rating
3 reviews
Lowest Prices in Iceland
Best prices guaranteed
6 Tours available
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration

Iceberg Spectacle | Three-day Greenland tour from Iceland

Witness the incredible sights of Greenland on this immersive three-day tour. Do not miss your opportunity to experience life in an Inuit settlement, take a helicopter ride over an icefjord and enjoy a boat trip through an iceberg-filled bay. You will start this tour with a two-hour flight from Reykjavík Domestic Airport to the village of Kulusuk off Greenland's East Coast. You will transfer to a helicopter, soar over an icefjord on a breathtaking ten-minute flight, and land in the town of Tasiilaq. You will spend the rest of this day exploring this settlement’s history and culture, and its surrounding nature. Bring your hiking shoes, as there is a lot to see. On your second day, the only full day you will have here, you will enjoy a spectacle of icebergs. Leaving from the harbour, you will board a boat, and spend a seven-to-eight-hour cruise to one of two destinations, depending on the day of the week. The first of these is through the magnificent Sermilik Icefjord, a beautiful inlet filled with huge icebergs. The second will take you to the famous Knud Rasmussen Glacier. Both trips are incredible experiences. On day three, you will take another helicopter, back to the village of Kulusuk, for your return flight to Reykjavík. You will get back with enough time to enjoy your evening in Iceland’s capital. This excursion is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, to experience life in Greenland, and to see its nature at its very best. Do not miss your chance to immerse yourself in this remote and beautiful land. Check availability by choosing a date.

5 Day Summer Package | Golden Circle, South of Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Add a little twist to your Icelandic holiday and take in more of the Arctic’s beautiful scenery by hopping on board a plane to Greenland. Through this 5-day summer package, you’ll be able to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning places as well as Greenland's small village of Kulusuk. The tour will take you to Iceland’s most famous sightseeing route, the Golden Circle. There you will visit Þingvellir National Park, the powerful waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermal area of Geysir, where hot springs spout water high up in the air. You'll visit Reynisfjara—a black sand beach where ocean waves crash into volcanic rock formations—and Dyrhólaey, a stunning peninsula with abundant birdlife and a fantastic panoramic view. You’ll also see hauntingly beautiful waterfalls, dark and barren sand expanses and mighty glaciers. You also have the option of hiking up Sólheimajökull glacier, where you'll pass deep blue crevasses and high ridges. Sólheimajökull is where fire and ice meet as the white peaks of the glacier are covered with ash from eruptions from nearby volcanoes. To explore the Arctic further, you'll go on a fun-filled day trip to Greenland, where you will visit the small village of Kulusuk. Greenland is a rugged mountainous land, three-quarters of which are covered by a permanent ice sheet. The village of Kulusuk is surrounded by towering jagged mountains and a blue ocean dotted pearly white icebergs. Enjoy the long summer days and get the full Arctic experience in your 5-day stay. Immerse yourself in the culture and the gorgeous landscapes of two countries. Visit the dynamic city of Reykjavík and the quiet village of Kulusuk. Check availability by choosing a date.

8 Day Summer Package | Iceland in Depth with a Greenland Day Tour

Join this eight-day excursion to see the greatest sites of Iceland and to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Greenland. This tour is a must for those eager to make the absolute most of their travels under the Arctic Circle. You will have your first day in Reykjavík, getting to know the capital city; you could even use this day to visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon spa or to explore the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula. On day two, however, the adventure truly starts, as you head to one of Iceland’s three national parks: Snæfellsnes. This 90 kilometre stretch of peninsula is often called ‘Iceland in miniature’ due to the wealth of scenery you will experience here. You'll spend a full day exploring this diverse land, with an opportunity to go lava-caving. Then, a full day will be spent seeing the most famous sites of Iceland, around the iconic Golden Circle. You will have the opportunity on this day to take a variety of adventures to finish your action-packed holiday with. On day four, you will fly out to Greenland early, arriving at the settlement of Kulusuk off the east coast. You will spend four hours exploring this tiny village of just three hundred people, no doubt marvelling over the beautiful surroundings of saw-toothed mountains and seascapes. You will get to experience authentic Greenlandic culture, with the opportunity to admire the local architecture, visit a museum, and perhaps even see a traditional Inuit drum dance. You will return to Reykjavík by plane that evening, and spend the next two days touring the South Coast of Iceland. During this part of the tour, you will get to enjoy waterfalls, glaciers, beaches, and the iconic glacier lagoon. You will even have a chance to hike on Sólheimajökull glacier. You’ll return to spend a night in the capital. The day after will be dedicated to this vibrant and lively city, where you can explore landmarks and historical sites alike, and then spend your last night in Reykjavík. Your return journey will likely be spent reminiscing over the incredible things you have seen and experienced, from the iconic sites to the unique places very few will ever have the opportunity to witness. Book now, and reserve your space on this once-in-a-lifetime excursion around Iceland and Greenland. Check availability by choosing a date.

6 Day Summer Package | South Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Explore the high Arctic, from Iceland’s Golden Circle to the remote fjords of Greenland. This package takes you to Iceland’s South Coast, where you'll explore many of the countries most iconic natural attractions, and offers the rare and unique opportunity of gaining insight into the daily life of the Inuit people of Greenland. Your tour will start with a taste of Nordic city life in Reykjavík, but soon you will be exploring Iceland's vast southern lowlands and hiking onto one of the mighty glaciers that are characteristic of the area. Known for its raven black sand deserts, high waterfalls and its crown of glacier peaks and basalt mountains, Iceland's south is in sharp contrast to the remote Kulusuk island on Greenland’s east coast. Located just below the Arctic Circle, the village of roughly 250 inhabitants is a mirror back in time; and visiting Kulusuk provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know the ways of the hunters of the far north. Icebergs float lazily on the blue arctic ocean, which is home to the seals and fish that contribute to the everyday life of the people. For a perfect experience, you will then end by visiting Iceland's Golden Circle: Þingvellir National Parliament Park, a UNESCO heritage site of tremendous importance, situated in a massive lava field, the exploding geysers at the Haukadalur geothermal valley and Gullfoss waterfall in glacial river Hvítá. Get a taste of all the best the Arctic has to offer and experience the high north in Iceland and Greenland this summer. Check availability by choosing a date.

Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland. Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun. This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

5

average

3reviews

Iceland & Greenland Packages

Iceland and Greenland packages allow you to make the most of your Arctic adventure by adding a trip to Greenland to your Iceland holiday. This travel option presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit an ancient culture and explore spectacular natural vistas.
5 average category rating
3 reviews
Lowest Prices in Iceland
Best prices guaranteed
6 Tours available
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration

Iceberg Spectacle | Three-day Greenland tour from Iceland

Witness the incredible sights of Greenland on this immersive three-day tour. Do not miss your opportunity to experience life in an Inuit settlement, take a helicopter ride over an icefjord and enjoy a boat trip through an iceberg-filled bay. You will start this tour with a two-hour flight from Reykjavík Domestic Airport to the village of Kulusuk off Greenland's East Coast. You will transfer to a helicopter, soar over an icefjord on a breathtaking ten-minute flight, and land in the town of Tasiilaq. You will spend the rest of this day exploring this settlement’s history and culture, and its surrounding nature. Bring your hiking shoes, as there is a lot to see. On your second day, the only full day you will have here, you will enjoy a spectacle of icebergs. Leaving from the harbour, you will board a boat, and spend a seven-to-eight-hour cruise to one of two destinations, depending on the day of the week. The first of these is through the magnificent Sermilik Icefjord, a beautiful inlet filled with huge icebergs. The second will take you to the famous Knud Rasmussen Glacier. Both trips are incredible experiences. On day three, you will take another helicopter, back to the village of Kulusuk, for your return flight to Reykjavík. You will get back with enough time to enjoy your evening in Iceland’s capital. This excursion is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, to experience life in Greenland, and to see its nature at its very best. Do not miss your chance to immerse yourself in this remote and beautiful land. Check availability by choosing a date.

5 Day Summer Package | Golden Circle, South of Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Add a little twist to your Icelandic holiday and take in more of the Arctic’s beautiful scenery by hopping on board a plane to Greenland. Through this 5-day summer package, you’ll be able to visit some of Iceland’s most stunning places as well as Greenland's small village of Kulusuk. The tour will take you to Iceland’s most famous sightseeing route, the Golden Circle. There you will visit Þingvellir National Park, the powerful waterfall Gullfoss and the geothermal area of Geysir, where hot springs spout water high up in the air. You'll visit Reynisfjara—a black sand beach where ocean waves crash into volcanic rock formations—and Dyrhólaey, a stunning peninsula with abundant birdlife and a fantastic panoramic view. You’ll also see hauntingly beautiful waterfalls, dark and barren sand expanses and mighty glaciers. You also have the option of hiking up Sólheimajökull glacier, where you'll pass deep blue crevasses and high ridges. Sólheimajökull is where fire and ice meet as the white peaks of the glacier are covered with ash from eruptions from nearby volcanoes. To explore the Arctic further, you'll go on a fun-filled day trip to Greenland, where you will visit the small village of Kulusuk. Greenland is a rugged mountainous land, three-quarters of which are covered by a permanent ice sheet. The village of Kulusuk is surrounded by towering jagged mountains and a blue ocean dotted pearly white icebergs. Enjoy the long summer days and get the full Arctic experience in your 5-day stay. Immerse yourself in the culture and the gorgeous landscapes of two countries. Visit the dynamic city of Reykjavík and the quiet village of Kulusuk. Check availability by choosing a date.

8 Day Summer Package | Iceland in Depth with a Greenland Day Tour

Join this eight-day excursion to see the greatest sites of Iceland and to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Greenland. This tour is a must for those eager to make the absolute most of their travels under the Arctic Circle. You will have your first day in Reykjavík, getting to know the capital city; you could even use this day to visit the world-famous Blue Lagoon spa or to explore the volcanic landscapes of the Reykjanes Peninsula. On day two, however, the adventure truly starts, as you head to one of Iceland’s three national parks: Snæfellsnes. This 90 kilometre stretch of peninsula is often called ‘Iceland in miniature’ due to the wealth of scenery you will experience here. You'll spend a full day exploring this diverse land, with an opportunity to go lava-caving. Then, a full day will be spent seeing the most famous sites of Iceland, around the iconic Golden Circle. You will have the opportunity on this day to take a variety of adventures to finish your action-packed holiday with. On day four, you will fly out to Greenland early, arriving at the settlement of Kulusuk off the east coast. You will spend four hours exploring this tiny village of just three hundred people, no doubt marvelling over the beautiful surroundings of saw-toothed mountains and seascapes. You will get to experience authentic Greenlandic culture, with the opportunity to admire the local architecture, visit a museum, and perhaps even see a traditional Inuit drum dance. You will return to Reykjavík by plane that evening, and spend the next two days touring the South Coast of Iceland. During this part of the tour, you will get to enjoy waterfalls, glaciers, beaches, and the iconic glacier lagoon. You will even have a chance to hike on Sólheimajökull glacier. You’ll return to spend a night in the capital. The day after will be dedicated to this vibrant and lively city, where you can explore landmarks and historical sites alike, and then spend your last night in Reykjavík. Your return journey will likely be spent reminiscing over the incredible things you have seen and experienced, from the iconic sites to the unique places very few will ever have the opportunity to witness. Book now, and reserve your space on this once-in-a-lifetime excursion around Iceland and Greenland. Check availability by choosing a date.

6 Day Summer Package | South Iceland with a Greenland Day Tour

Explore the high Arctic, from Iceland’s Golden Circle to the remote fjords of Greenland. This package takes you to Iceland’s South Coast, where you'll explore many of the countries most iconic natural attractions, and offers the rare and unique opportunity of gaining insight into the daily life of the Inuit people of Greenland. Your tour will start with a taste of Nordic city life in Reykjavík, but soon you will be exploring Iceland's vast southern lowlands and hiking onto one of the mighty glaciers that are characteristic of the area. Known for its raven black sand deserts, high waterfalls and its crown of glacier peaks and basalt mountains, Iceland's south is in sharp contrast to the remote Kulusuk island on Greenland’s east coast. Located just below the Arctic Circle, the village of roughly 250 inhabitants is a mirror back in time; and visiting Kulusuk provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know the ways of the hunters of the far north. Icebergs float lazily on the blue arctic ocean, which is home to the seals and fish that contribute to the everyday life of the people. For a perfect experience, you will then end by visiting Iceland's Golden Circle: Þingvellir National Parliament Park, a UNESCO heritage site of tremendous importance, situated in a massive lava field, the exploding geysers at the Haukadalur geothermal valley and Gullfoss waterfall in glacial river Hvítá. Get a taste of all the best the Arctic has to offer and experience the high north in Iceland and Greenland this summer. Check availability by choosing a date.

Greenland Sailing | 10-Day Photography Workshop

Capture the majestic sceneries of Greenland on this 10-day photo expedition, from Reykjavík to the rugged wilderness of Scoresby Sound. If you want the chance to photograph another world of untouched natural wonders, this professionally-guided workshop is the excursion for you. Your adventure begins in Iceland’s capital, where you will meet your guides and the rest of your travel companions for a night out before boarding a plane to Constable Point the following day, spending the next week trailing through the pristine natural wonders of East Greenland. Despite being the largest island on the planet, Greenland is still the least densely populated country in the world, meaning its otherworldly nature is impeccably untouched. The workshop takes place in high summer, which is the best time to explore these wild grounds due to the weather being agreeable and the days long; basked in the golden glow of the midnight sun. This period’s ethereal light casts its warm and magical rays upon the primaeval terrain with picture-perfect results, allowing for photo opportunities that are out of this world. Unique Arctic vegetation, massive floating icebergs, spectacular glacier formations and even whale sightings are but a fraction of the subjects at hand, allowing you to bring your photography skills to whole new levels. Few roads are paved between the communities of Greenland, which is why the majority of your travelling will be aboard the silent seafaring vessel MS Donna Wood, as well as capable zodiac boats, allowing you to thoroughly explore the magnificent nature of the fjords of Scoresby Sound. Don’t hesitate to secure your spot now in this incredible and unique photo workshop from Iceland to Greenland and back, to capture sceneries you have never before witnessed during an unforgettable adventure. Check availability by choosing a date.

We Offer so Much More

Explore an unequalled wealth of tours and packages

Guide to Iceland

Gets you there

Frequently Asked Questions

About Iceland and Greenland Packages

For the ultimate Arctic adventure, Iceland and Greenland packages combine an exploration of the wonders of Iceland with a single day excursion of Greenland's mesmerising east coast.

Your accommodation, in-tour flights, transfers and guided tours will be arranged for you in advance. Furthermore, there are also options available that allow for an in-depth three-day visit to Greenland via Iceland's capital, Reykjavík.

1. Can I travel to Greenland all year long?

Yes you can. These packages, however, are only operational between June and August.

2. What is the flight time between Iceland and Greenland?

That depends on the points of departure and arrival. The flight time in these packages is roughly 2 hours.

3. How cold is Greenland?

The weather in Greenland varies between regions. Greenland has an Arctic climate with average temperatures that do not exceed 10°C (50°F) during the warmest summer months.

4. What should I pack before travelling to Greenland?

To prepare for the unpredictable climate, be sure to pack warm and waterproof layers, thermal underwear, mittens or gloves, hats and hiking boots.

5. What will the modes of transport be for the road trip portions of these packages?

Minibuses are used for all road transportation.

6. What size would the groups be if the tour is fully booked?

Up to 20 people on each day.

7. How long in advance should I book the package?

Since these packages are amongst our most popular options, we recommend booking as soon as possible.

8. Are there penguins in Greenland?

There are no penguins in Greenland. They live 19,000 km (11,800 mi) away in Antarctica.

9. Are polar bear attacks common in Greenland?

Because of the warming climate, increasing numbers of polar bears are killed in self-defence as the loss of their ice habitat pushes them towards human settlements. Because you will be travelling in the company of an experienced tour guide, he will take care of any polar bear situation, should one arise.

10. What language is spoken in Greenland?

Greenlandic. Furthermore, all school children in Greenland learn and speak both Danish and English.

section_logo

Drop us a line

Contact us by using the form below

section_logo

Or visit us

Welcome to our travel headquarters in Reykjavík City Hall

address-img
Information and Travel Services

Reykjavík City Hall, Tjarnargata 11, Iceland

+354 519 79 99 | info@guidetoiceland.is

Opening hours:

8-20 every day

Office Headquarters

Borgartún 29, 105 Reykjavík, Iceland

Real Time Analytics