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Nature Tours in Iceland

Nature Tours in Iceland

Nature tours take you a step closer to Iceland's wild and unbound landscapes. Explore unmatched natural attractions and discover the creeping glaciers, ancient volcanoes and roaring waterfalls that make Iceland stand out amongst the world's top travel destinations.

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Frequently asked questions

What nature tours are available during COVID-19?

Luckily, Iceland’s nature hasn’t closed during these difficult times. Available nature tours vary from exploring an ice cave to helicopter rides, bird watching, and more. Individual tour operators may have less availability during COVID-19, but we are happy to help you find an activity that will get you out into nature during your trip.

Is it possible to get private transportation from the airport because of COVID-19?

Yes. We offer a variety of private transportation options. All drivers and companies are following the guidelines set by the Icelandic health authorities. There are currently private transportation options from the airport to the Blue Lagoon, the capital, and more. Select a date to see if private transportation is available when you are visiting. 

What are the most popular natural attractions in Iceland?

The most popular attractions to visit from the capital, Reykjavík, are the Golden Circle (a sightseeing route consisting of Þingvellir National Park, Geysir geothermal area and Gullfoss waterfall) and the waterfalls and black sand beaches that adorn Iceland's South Coast towards Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. In the North, you should neither miss the town of Akureyri nor the incredibly scenic Lake Mývatn area—and West Iceland's beautiful Snæfellsnes peninsula deserves a visit any time of the year. Of course, this is a very limited summary, so have a look at our Explore Iceland section and discover more.

What is so unique about Icelandic nature?

Iceland’s nature is considered unique because of the multiple contrasting natural elements that make up the island’s unbound landscapes, where rivers run through deserts and fire erupts from ice.

What are the main dangers one is faced with when travelling in the Icelandic wilderness?

The Icelandic wilderness can be as dangerous as it is beautiful. The major risks factors are the ever-changing weather patterns and the rough terrains that make up the uninhabited wildlands. Always check the weather forecast before heading out on a journey, and make sure that you are fully prepared for what you are getting yourself into.