Game of Thrones Tours

Game of Thrones Tours

Much of the Game of Thrones series was set in Iceland: Reynisfjara black sand beach and mount Kirkjufell being two iconic sets. Visit the filming locations and immerse yourself in the seven kingdoms on these tours and package vacations.

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Maricel Quesada

Maricel Quesada

27/11/2017, 00:36
Review of Best 7 Day Northern Lights Self Drive Tour of Iceland to a Unique Ice Cave

The tour is super well organized, lots of information is provided for you to take the most advantage of it, the hotels were great, they all offered amazing breakfast, also all of them had a restaurant and most of them offered great food. A 4x4 is a most and specially during winter. Our agent was super helpful and patient. Because of bad weather all of our tours were cancelled and Guide to Iceland refunded us with no problem and helped us booked new tours when the weather permitted. I feel the itinerary is a bit ambitious specially in winter when driving times are longer due to weather, the roads are with ice and the daylight is shorter, so my advice is be prepared with the list of things you really want to see so you can prioritize them, the last day is a lot of driving because you are coming back from Hofn to Reykjavik, so be prepared for that. Something that helped us a lot to get familiarized with the itinerary was to create Google Maps using MyMaps for each day so we can get the route and the exact coordinates of the places we were going to visit even though at the end we could not see them all. Try to familiarize yourself with the websites that give you information about the roads and the weather, they will become your main tool when driving in Iceland because the weather can change rapidly (,,, we were caught in a Wind Storm in the South and South East area and the wind and wind gust were incredible strong, some roads were closed some times and driving through that was a bit stressful, so just be ready in case it happens. Iceland is amazing beautiful country, the trip is totally worth it so I totally recommend it and booking through Guide to Iceland will make your life easier.

Simone Cronin

Simone Cronin

06/11/2017, 17:42
Review of Best 1 Week Summer Self Drive Tour of the Ring Road of Iceland & Golden Circle

I did the 8 day self drive tour solo in October with the budget 2wd option. As I had an extra day either side Guide to Iceland organised for me to have the same rental car for the two extra days with the pick up and drop off from the airport. They also offered to arrange the extra nights accommodation aswell but I had already arranged my own. Everything was amazing, all of the accommodation was great. Make sure you pop into the office in Reykjavik when you arrive to grab your welcome pack and to ask any last bits of advice like places to stop and eat driving between destinations. The staff there were super lovely and even printed a few suggested routes for different days off for me. I only did the one activity tour, the amphibious glacier boat tour and it was a definite highlight of the trip! Another highlight was the Mývatn Nature Baths (much nicer than the Blue Lagoon) which I definitely recommend putting aside at least two hours for when in the area. The only thing I would suggest doing a bit different is splitting the golden circle and the drive from Reykjavik to Vík into two separate days as with the limited amount of daylight (in early Oct) there simply wasn't enough time to fit everything in and it was already getting dark by the time I reached Seljalandsfoss. Which was another highlight of my trip and as a little tip if you plan on going right up behind it make sure to pop on some waterproof outer layers (including pants) as you will get absolutely drenched but it's worth it! So if you have time plan an extra day before or after to do the golden circle on it's own. All in all a wonderful experience and I can't wait to come back!

Eric Berger

Eric Berger

05/08/2017, 14:43
Review of 6 Day Self Drive Holiday in Iceland with the Golden Circle, Blue Lagoon & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Overall, great family time vacation! Highly recommended. We did the 6 day self drive tour and chose the quality accommodations so we had certain expectations for the lodging. Guide to Iceland really made things easy with the suggested itinerary and activities. My 20 yr and 17 yr old sons enjoyed all the activities. The itinerary combined the right amout of activities and suggestions if you wanted more sites to visit. The hotel quality overall was fine and it was convenient to have breakfasts included, especially as some of the hotels are pretty remote so you would have to drive a distance for breakfast otherwise. When we had an issue with one of the activities, they addressed the problem right away and issued us a partial refund within a day. Our service agent, Johnathan, was always prompt in answering questions and helping us make some last minute scheduling changes. My one gripe was with only one hotel for one night - the Fosshotel Nupar. We chose the highest comfort level for all our hotels and this one was truly subpar. It was very new in fact there was serious construction going on during our brief stay. The room was very clean. Accomodations were basic at best, a stool served as a nightstand and our large glass door to the outside didn't lock. The staff appeared overwhelmed at dinner and even more so at the self-serve buffet breakfast. The whole experience there was a bit "off." But, other than that one hiccup, I highly recommend this group.

Experience Game of Thrones in Iceland

Game of Thrones Tours take you around the filming locations in Iceland, allowing you to immerse yourself in the fictional world and it's seven kingdoms. Explore Iceland in-depth and learn about the filming process and what was involved for cast and crew working on the project. You’ll walk in the footsteps of Arya and the Hound, see the major Golden Circle sites, and you might—if you keep your eyes open—even catch a glimpse of the Children of the Forest when you visit the very place where they created the first White Walker. 

Game of Thrones tours and packages promise an experience like no other and a chance to step into this fantasy world.

Frequently asked questions

Can I still visit the Game of Thrones filming locations if I decide to take an ordinary self drive tour?

Yes, you absolutely can. The benefit of taking a Game of Thrones tour is that you have a dedicated travel agent at Guide to Iceland who will create an itinerary based on local knowledge of the country. They will also help you with any queries you may have.

What are the main locations you will visit on a Game of Thrones tour?

Some of the most iconic locations you will visit on a Game of Thrones tour are Reynisfjara black sand beach and Mount Kirkjufell, though there are plenty of other locations in Iceland which feature in the Game of Thrones series.

Can I see all of the Game of Thrones locations in one day?

Due to the spread out nature of the Game of Thrones filming locations, we recommend taking a multi-day tour in order to fully enjoy all that these tours have to offer.

What is the best time of year to visit Iceland for a Game of Thrones tour?

Summer is absolutely the best time to visit Iceland. This is because of the long daylight hours and the possibility to travel to remote areas. However, visit Iceland in winter and you will see the Game of Thrones film sets in the seasonally appropriate weather.

What happens if I have to cancel my Game of Thrones tour?

If you need to cancel your tour for any reason, please contact to arrange this.