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Sightseeing in Iceland’s nature is best experienced in the privacy, solitude and comfort of a small group, led by a local guide in fully equipped transport.
These private tours allow you to get up close and personal with this island’s many natural features whilst enjoying alone time.

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Sightseeing in Iceland’s nature is best experienced in the privacy, solitude and comfort of a small group, led by a local guide in fully equipped transport. These private tours allow you to get up close and personal with this island’s many natural features whilst enjoying alone time.
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Whale Watching in Húsavík | Private RIB Boat Tour

Join this thrilling and private whale watching tour from Húsavík harbour, using intimate RIB boats to get up and close and personal with these gentle giants. This is a fantastic tour opportunity for those visitors looking to see whales during their time in Iceland, but wish to avoid the larger vessels and crowds. Húsavík is widely regarded to be the whale watching capital of Iceland, if not Europe, thanks to the diversity and frequency of whales using the fjord. You will be whale watching in Skjálfandi Bay, an area renown for its rich wildlife, Víknafjöll and Kinnarfjöll mountain ranges and two Puffin islands, Flatey and Lundy. Taking out to the water, you will be wrapped up warm in thick thermal outerwear, leaving you free of the cold to sit back and peel your eyes across the rocking waves of the Atlantic, looking for any sign of life. Thankfully, there are twenty different species of cetacean in Iceland, the most common being Humpback and Minke whales. There is always the chance to observe even rarer species; Orcas, Harbour Porpoises, Blue Whales, etc.Another great positive about this experience? By using a smaller vessel, such as a RIB, your captain is able to get much closer to where these animals are swimming. This is because smaller boats make far less noise, and are thus less likely to deter the whales, thus providing a more personal and memorable experience. After two hours of cruising the ocean, you begin the make the return journey back to the harbour. On your way, you will likely pass one of the numerous nesting Puffin colonies that live in the area; just another fantastic reason to come aboard!So don't delay any longer. Hurry now and you too can go whale watching in Húsavík using the nimble RIB boat. Check availability by choosing a date.  
4.5
2 reviews
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Luxury Private day Tour in a new luxury Mercedes Benz

Experience Iceland's greatest attractions in luxury with this privately-guided Golden Circle sightseeing tour in a brand new Mercedes Benz V-class luxury, with an added stop at the relaxing Secret Lagoon, Iceland's oldest swimming pool. This is the perfect tour opportunity for those travellers looking for the VIP treatment, as well as those hoping to experience some added extras en route.You will begin your day by visiting Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage site, Þingvellir National Park, an area of immense importance for a number of reasons. First, the parks sits atop the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an area directly between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Second, in 930 AD, Icelanders formed what is arguably the first democratically elected parliament in the world, thus birthing a nation.A FOOD EXPERIENCE The next stop is at Friðheimar eco-area, where you will learn about growing organic vegetables using geothermal heat and grab a lunch. The theme of Friðheimar cuisine is tomatoes, in many different forms. And that’s not surprising, as four different varieties of tomato are cultivated in the greenhouses where lunch is served among the plants. A rare food experience. Come and enjoy it!After that, it's on to see the two remaining stops of the Golden Circle; first, Geysir geothermal area, where it is possible to see the mighty hot spring Strokkur blast jets of hot water over 25 meters in the air and the mighty, majestic and magnificent Gullfoss waterfall, known to be one of the prettiest features in the whole country. Then you will have the opportunity to relax in the Secret Lagoon, Iceland's oldest swimming pool. The Secret Lagoon is surrounded by steaming vents, creating a unique and rewarding bathing experience; in this respect, the Secret Lagoon makes for an excellent alternative to the more expensive Blue Lagoon Spa. Finally, you will visit a volcanic crater lake called Kerið. The crater was formed about 6,500 years ago and lies at the northern end of a row of craters known as Tjarnarhólar.This colorful natural marvel is oval, about 270 m long, 170 m wide and 55 m deep: the depth of the water at the bottom varies between 7 and 14 m. Kerið lies in Iceland's Western Volcanic Zone, which runs through the Reykjanes peninsula and the glacier Langjökull.Experience more of Iceland on this fantastic, luxury guided tour and you too can grab the VIP experience, sightseeing and bathing your holiday time away in total bliss. Join us for a fantastic private day tour on the Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Luxury  Private day Tour . Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Blue Lagoon | Included Premium Admission and Private transfer in a new Mercedes Benz V-class

Bathing in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon, and heal your mind, body and soul with the silica and algae masks on offer. This opportunity should not be missed by any seeking to enjoy Iceland’s most popular attraction.The Blue Lagoon is an incredible place with more unique attributes than can be counted. The water is pumped up from the depths of the earth by the adjacent geothermal power-plant and contains within it strains of healing algae and bacteria that are not found anywhere else. The water's opacity and vivid blue colour reveal its unusual properties.Other than its pools, the Blue Lagoon has hot and cold tubs, saunas, steam-rooms and treatments you can purchase. All guests can use the silica masks, but included in your premium package, you are also provided with an algae mask. This premium package also provides you with a free welcome drink at the lagoon upon arrival, use of bathrobe and slippers.Your transfer begins from your accommodation pace; you will be picked up in a in a brand new Mercedes Benz V-class luxury minivan and driven along the Reykjanes Peninsula. This provides you with a great opportunity for sightseeing; this stretch is renowned for its iconic volcanoes, expanses of lava and craggy coastline. You will know you have reached the lagoon when you see a column of steam rising ahead.You do not need to rush while in the lagoon. This means you can take your time and either unwind from your previous activities or relax in preparation for them.The Blue Lagoon can fill up very quickly, so don’t delay with booking. This is a must-see Icelandic attraction, on par with the sightseeing route of the Golden Circle and of course the capital of Reykjavík.Enjoy the healing, naturally-occurring, geothermal waters of the incredible Blue Lagoon. Reserve your space now. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
1 hour
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All year
Difficulty:
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Duration:
3 days
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
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Private Super Jeep Tour to Mount Hekla & Landmannalaugar

Experience the Highlands of Iceland on this private day tour from Reykjavík City, visiting hot springs, volcanoes, crater lakes and the rhyolite mountains of Landmannalaugar. This super jeep excursion is for all hikers and sightseers looking to behold the most colourful landscapes this island has to offer.Your experienced local guide will pick you up in the city of Reykjavík, where you will board your modified super jeep and begin your drive through the stunning Icelandic countryside. Before reaching the Highlands, you’ll make your way to Þjórsárdalur Valley to stop at the beautiful waterfall Hjálparfoss.After having admired these double falls cascading down patterned lava, surrounded by stunning basalt rock formations, you’ll continue your journey into the extraordinary mountainscapes ahead. Arriving at the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, prepare to witness the stretches of the lava field Laugahraun, as you reach your destination of Landmannalaugar, one of the most beloved and renowned areas of the Icelandic Highlands. Here, you will get out of your vehicle to fully take in the sceneries around you, but the venue is dotted with scenic hiking trails and geothermal hot springs. The rhyolite mountains all around provide for a kaleidoscopic display of natural wonders, in such an array of colours that they have to be seen to be believed. Follow in the footsteps of the first settlers of Iceland, as you bathe in the natural hot springs at hand, recharging after your long journey. Your guide will then lead you to Ljótipollur, an explosion crater lake belonging to the Veiðivötn fissure system, coloured a milky blue against the red backdrop of its caldera. After having enjoyed these celebrated Highland attractions, it’s time to get back in your super jeep and head for Mt. Hekla, Iceland’s most infamous and mystical volcano. Your driver will take you approximately 950 metres (3000 feet) up the side of the volcano, capturing the astounding views in every direction.Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity of seeing the best of the Icelandic Highlands in just one day, with an added excursion up the mountainsides of Hekla Volcano, on a private day tour in a capable super jeep. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Snaefellsnes Peninsula | Private Tour with Vatnshellir Cave

Join this private day tour that takes you across the diverse wonders of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, with an optional caving adventure in Vatnshellir. If you're staying in Reykjavík and wish to witness the extent of Iceland's natural sceneries, this is the excursion for you. You'll get picked up in Reykjavík City with a private vehicle that sits but five people, guaranteeing you and your group of travel companions an intimate and personal sightseeing experience. You'll then begin your drive to Snæfellsjökull National Park, a fairytale-like wonderland located on the tip of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in west Iceland.The park is home to the ice-covered volcano, Snæfellsjökull, that was the setting for Jules Verne's classic novel 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'. Snæfellsnes is truly a magical place, rich in wildlife, including dozens of species of birds, and bays teeming with whales and waterfalls.During your tour, you will, for example, stop at the small fishing village Arnarstapi, the ancient fishing hamlet Hellnar and the black pebble beach Djúpalónssandur. You'll also witness mystical volcanic craters, vast lava fields, stunning coastlines, eerie rock formations and the iconic mountain Kirkjufell.If you're feeling adventurous, there is an option to join a caving excursion in Vatnshellir, an 8,000-year-old lava tube created by a volcanic eruption from a nearby volcano in the Purkhólar crater system.As the lava of the eruption rushed down the hill in a red river, it began to cool on the surface, creating a crust on top. As the eruption stopped, all the lava from underneath this crust continued to drain out. That eventually left behind an empty tube with a roof on top that gradually cooled down, enabling visitors to step inside a netherworld of wonders.Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity of embarking on a guided private day tour of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, with the option of exploring the lava cave Vatnshellir. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
9 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private South Coast Day Tour with Optional Activities

Travel through the wild Icelandic nature, between majestic glaciers and black sand beaches on this tour of the South Coast. Those looking to experience the best of Iceland on a private tour need to look no further. After being picked up, you'll be driven out of the capital area, straight to the south shore of Iceland. Your first stop is the amazing waterfall Seljalandsfoss, where you are able to walk behind the stream of falling water. Your journey will continue to Reynisfjara black sand beach, known for its unusual rock columns. These columns form the Reynisfjara cliffs which overlook the powerful Atlantic Ocean.The tour proceeds to the village of Vík in Mýrdal valley, where you will be able to enjoy a nice lunch at a local restaurant. Here you will also be able to see the beautiful rock formations of Reynisdrangar that rise up from the sea. A sight everyone should see in their life.You will then proceed to Dyrhólaey, a beautiful peninsula known for its unique arch-shape and rich birdlife. Keep an eye out for puffins, you might spot a few if you are visiting in the summer.Then it is time to head back to the capital. However, you will make one final stop before you do at the majestic Skógafoss waterfall. This cascade streams down from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier. Here you can follow a staircase to the top of the waterfall to enjoy the scenic view over the south shore's black sand beaches and beautiful glaciers.If you want to add a few adventures to your day, you can do so during the booking process. You could visit the Skógar Museum or the Lava Centre to learn about Icelandic history and nature. Alternatively, you can go snowmobiling or glacier hiking on Sólheimajökull glacier or take a ride to the DC Plane Wreck on the Sólheimasandur desert.Join this fantastic journey of the South Coast and create memories that will last you a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Luxury Diamond Beach and Glacier Lagoon Day Tour

Come along on the journey of a lifetime with this private tour. Those looking to see Iceland's stunning Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in style and luxury should grab this opportunity now.The tour will begin at your desired pickup location in the capital area. From there will be whisked away to the South Coast of Iceland to enjoy the scenic landscape along the shore. You will stop at a restaurant of your choosing along the route where you will be able to enjoy a nice warm meal should you wish.After the meal you will proceed with the journey towards Vatnajökull glacier and into Skaftafell nature reserve where we will find Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and the Black Diamond Beach.At the lagoon, you will have the time to walk around and breath in the fresh glacier air and enjoy the picturesque landscape surrounding you. After strolling around the glacier lagoon, you will head down to the Black Diamond Beach where you will get to see the breath-taking sight where the glacier lagoon meets the North Atlantic Ocean in all it’s glory. The beautiful diamond ice sculptures lying in the black volcanic sand is a sight you will always remember. Here you will have the chance to walk around and enjoy the landscape before heading back to the capital area.The tour proceeds back to Reykjavik but you can stop at a restaurant or a café on the way back, where you will be able to enjoy some refreshments.There is the possibility to add extra stops along the route while choosing a date and booking the tour such as visiting the famed Skógar museum or the Lava centre. Book today and go on an incredible adventure of Iceland's Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and Black Diamond Beach with your favourite people. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Snaefellsnes Peninsula Day Tour | Small Group Experience

Snæfellsnes Peninsula – Dramatic Landscape and Tranquil Nature. Visiting Snæfellsnes is a shortcut to getting to know Icelandic Nature. With its stark contrast of green mossy grown lava fields, thundering waves of the North Atlantic Ocean and glacier covered Volcano Snæfellsjökull there is so much to see in one day and difficult to cover in one day, but we do our best. The tour heads from Reykjavik through the town of Borgarnes. From there we head towards the Snæfellsnes peninsula. The peninsula is the home to 7 different municipalities with population of few dozen up to few hundred people. The tour includes stops at highlights like Djúpalónssandur beach where lava fields and the ocean have been clashing onto each other for thousands of years. The Snæfellsnes Glacier is one of Iceland’s best-known glaciers and visited by many each year. The Icecap hides a summit crater at 4700ft high. The last eruption took place about 1800 years ago, but the volcano has been dormant since and hopefully stays that way. Arnarstapi village is a very pretty little town where we stop to soak in the beautiful harbour area and basalt cliffs with nesting birds in the summer.   On the northern side of the peninsula we stop at Kirkjufell Mountain and give everyone a chance to photograph the well-known mountain that served as a backdrop in the HBO series Game of Thrones  The driving distance of the day is around 400 kilometres and total driving time is around 4 hours 30 minutes, but this is divided into shorter journeys between the stops. Lunch is not included but you will be able to buy something to eat at a cafe/restaurant during the day The weather is always a major player when traveling in Iceland, so a good idea is to bring with you warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers and sturdy shoes. bring warm hat, scarf and gloves. 
Duration:
1 day
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Diamond Circle Tour in North Iceland | Visit Dettifoss and Lake Mývatn

The Magical Nature and Diversity of the North The Diamond Circle Classic is a tour that covers a lot of ground and includes most of North Iceland’s highlights in one day. Europe's most powerful waterfall Dettifoss, Lake Myvatn one of the world’s most diverse nature reserves in terms of unique geology. The north coastline where the Arctic Circle almost touches a shore and birds' nest in the cliffs during summer. The tour starts with looking at the Godafoss waterfall, some say it’s the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland. From there a short drive to the Lake Myvatn area where one can see volcanos resting and waiting patiently until next eruption, fumaroles and steam vents and proof of how geothermally active the area is. After taking a short brake for restrooms and refreshments the tour heads towards the dramatic and captivating landscape of Jokulsa Glacier River formed by glacier floods thousands of years ago after a catastropic volcanic eruption in Vatnajokull Glacier. After a drive along the scenic Arctic coastline we stop in Húsavík, a quaint fishing village, and have a look at what many consider the most charming harbour area of Iceland, before driving to Akureyri. Diamond Circle gives you access to the best Iceland has to offer. Dynamic waterfalls, stunning nature, active geothermal areas and lively bird life. An expert local guide will take you through this magical and rough terrain as you sit back and relax. From June to the middle of August, we stop at Tjörnes Peninsula where you'll be able to observe puffins nesting in the impressive cliffs by the coastline. Lunch is not included but you will be able to purchase something to eat at a cafe/restaurant during the day The weather is always a major player when traveling in Iceland, so a good idea is to bring with you warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers and sturdy shoes. bring warm hat, scarf and gloves.
Duration:
1 day
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Luxury Private Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

Witness the magic of the Northern Lights in style on this private aurora hunting tour. This expedition is perfect for those looking to catch a celestial show in style, away from the bright lights of the city and in a luxury vehicle; all for a lower price than you’d imagine.Your expert guide will chauffeur you out of the city into the dark, frozen winter night to explore the night sky gazing for stars and Northern Lights. They will carefully select a quiet dark spot away from traffic and ambient lighting so you can fully appreciate the wonders in the sky above.You will be whisked away from the city in a comfortable tour bus free from any worries about driving. Your guide will be supported by a very dedicated operation manager assisting with real-time data on weather and on Northern Lights activity to maximize the chances of viewing the celestial lights.Once immersed in darkness, the night sky really pops out and the stars and northern lights light up the surroundings. It is said that on a night with strong northern lights they can emit as much light as a full moon.It is a good idea to layer up in warm clothes including gloves, hat and a scarf, as well as a waterproof jacket, trousers and sturdy shoes. Your guide will also be able to help out with an extra boost of warmth with some homemade hot chocolate.If you hope to capture the aurora on camera, it is recommended that you familiarise yourself with your camera settings beforehand and bring a tripod.It is worth noting that since the aurora is a natural phenomenon, it can not be guaranteed that you will see the Northern Lights as visibility depends on solar storm activity and cloud cover.Maximise your chances of seeing one of nature’s most amazing light shows and sign up for this tour today. Check availability by choosing a date
Duration:
1 day
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Sightseeing Along Iceland's South Coast | Day Tour

Join this fantastic private tour to see some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland, including waterfalls, glaciers and black sand beaches. This tour is an amazing opportunity for guests looking to maximise their sightseeing on the South Coast by ensuring their privacy, and the professionalism of their guide. Your guide will pick you up at your location and drive straight to Hvolsvöllur where you will make your first stop at the Lava centre, an exhibition about volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes. A visit here is sure to get you in the mood for discovering more of Iceland’s nature. Next, you will pay a visit to Seljalandsfoss, a powerful waterfall which you can walk behind, thus providing a brilliant and unique perspective of the falls. You will also see Skógafoss, another powerful waterfall on the South Coast. Skógafoss is known for its wider cascade and the legends that tell of treasures hidden behind the cascade.Soon enough, you will arrive at the domineering Sólheimajökull glacier, truly one of Iceland’s most staggering spectacles. From the ice cap, you will drive towards the black sand beach known as Reynisfjara where you can appreciate the wild surrounding scenery, particularly Reynisdrangar rock stacks.Vík í Mýrdal is a small, yet picturesque village beside Reynisfjara beach. The guide will make sure to show you around, recommending the best spots for a bite to eat or a spot of souvenir shopping. Finally, you will head to Dyrhólaey, a towering rock arch that has become one of the South Coast’s most iconic attractions. Not only do visitors here gain an impressive vantage point over the surrounding landscape, but they can also watch the wide variety of bird life that nests in the cliffsides. After your time here is done, you will head back to your accommodation. Don’t hesitate to join this tour today and you too will experience the beauty and majesty of Iceland’s South Coast in privacy. Check availability by choosing a date.  
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Reykjanes Peninsula with Lava Tunnel & Blue Lagoon | Private Day Tour

Join this thrilling private tour exploring the natural attractions found within the Reykjanes Peninsula, including stops at Raufarhólshellir lava tunnel and the world famous Blue Lagoon Spa. This is a fantastic choice for those looking to discover Reykjanes, but who wish to do so with both privacy and solitude. You will first be picked up from your accommodation, before being driven to the first site of the day,  Raufarhólshellir lava tunnel. This is one of the longest and most famous cave systems in Iceland, providing a true insight into how lava solidifies after an explosive volcanic eruption. During the winter, extraordinary ice sculptures form inside the entrance of the tunnel and, a little further inside, you will see firsthand the detail and dazzling colour of the various rock faces. Your next stop will be Kleifarvatn, the largest lake on the Reykjanes Peninsula. Its southern section is warmed by hot springs that run into the lake but is otherwise very cold. Despite being no good for a swim, Kleifarvatn is the perfect place for taking photographs because of its stark volcanic surroundings and bright blue water.After that, you will make a stop at the geothermal springs of Krýsuvík, located within the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Dramatically coloured hills create a beautiful view over the volcanic vents and boiling springs, making this one of the most prized travel destinations in the area.The one and only Blue Lagoon will be your final destination on this private day tour. Thankfully, it is one of the most rewarding, allowing you to lay back, soak and relax your muscles after a hard day's adventuring.  At the Blue Lagoon, water is pumped from the depths of the earth by the adjacent geothermal power-plant and contains within it strains of healing algae and bacteria that can be found nowhere else. The water's opacity and vivid blue colour reveal these unusual properties, all the while complimenting the lagoon's luxurious aesthetic.Other than its pools, the Blue Lagoon boasts hot and cold tubs, saunas and steam rooms, as well as various skin and massage treatments that can be purchased at extra cost. All guests can use the silica masks provided, but those on the premium package can also expect algae masks, a free welcome drink and use of the facility's bathrobes and slippers.The admission to the Blue Lagoon and the Lava Tunnel is included in the tour price. The driver will wait for you, before returning your party to their accommodation.Book this fantastic private tour and experience all of the attractions that make the Reykjanes Peninsula so beloved. Check availability by choosing a date.   
Duration:
7,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Golden Circle Tour | Three to seven Passengers

Explore Iceland's best-loved attractions on this private tour, visiting all the famous locations along the way. The Golden Circle is one of Iceland’s most known adventure route. Here you will get to experience Iceland’s most known gems, Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot springs and Thingvellir national park.The tour begins with a drive towards the Haukadalur valley, where the famous Geysir lies. You will be able to see the fantastic Strokkur erupt and enjoy the breath-taking sights, where the hot water from the earth's crust meets the ground.Our journey continues to the world known waterfall Gullfoss, in Hvítá glacial river.  It plunges from the height of 32 meters into a nearly 80-metre deep canyon, in three massive tiers. Hvítá river is fed most of its water from Langjökull glacier, which can be seen from Gullfoss waterfall on a clear day. At Gullfoss, we will also stop for a lunch or snack, and we recommend you have a hearty meal for the adventures to come. If you have booked an adventure tour on Langjökull glacier, you have the option to add 3 hours waiting fee to your tour at Gullfoss. The driver will then wait at Gullfoss while you embark on a private adventure tour to the glacier. This gives you the option to book some of the multiple adventure tours on offer in the area and combine it with your Golden circle journey. Please inform us of your departure time from Gullfoss so we can be sure that you don't miss your tour.Proceeding with the tour, we will head out to the Þingvellir national park, a UNESCO world heritage site, known for one of the oldest democratic parliaments in the world - the Alþingi. The word Þingvellir means Parliament fields and takes its name from the time where the Saga age Alþing, Iceland's governing body, was founded in 930.At Þingvellir national park, you will be able to walk down the rift valley where two tectonic plates, the Eurasian and the American one, drift apart. You will be able to walk between these two plates, literally jumping between Europe and America.The famous Silfra fissure is also at the Þingvellir national park, with its crystal-clear blue water, so clear that you can see all the way to the bottom of it. Not that far from Sifra is Nikulásargjá, often called Peningagjá or 'Coin Fissure' as through the years, people have thrown in coins to see them glitter in the clear water. After this exploration, we return to the capital after a day of adventure. We offer all our clients high standard and professionalism, and we strive to make your journey in Iceland a dream come true. Book today and come with us on an incredible adventure of Iceland's Golden Circle. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

Come with us and search for the Northern lights with an experienced guide and photographer. This is a private, customised tour for individuals or small groups who want to enjoy the Aurora Borealis in private surroundings. The vehicles that we offer are for 4, 6 or 10 people, comfortable 4WD  Toyotas or a luxury mini-bus. Your guide is an experienced Northern lights hunter with the thorough local knowledge of where the best chances of sightings are according to the cloud formations and level of activity of the Northern lights. The tour begins with a pickup at 20.30 at your hotel pick up point or place of stay. You do not have to wait outside at a bus stop, we will come to the door of your address, wherever possible. We then head out of Reykjavík to where the best chances are of sightings of the Northern lights and out of the way of other groups and tour buses. The average driving distance on our Northern lights tours is between 35-70 km out of Reykjavík, but if we think our chances are greater by driving further, we will gladly do so if you agree. The tour can last between 3-5 hours, most often we are back in Reykjavík before 01.00 am. Our guide is an experienced photographer, and part of our service is to take a good photo of you with the Northern lights in the background. He will also provide any assistance if you are keen to take your own beautiful pictures. We will find some great secluded spots for photography where there is no one else and no lights on the ground that might spoil your view of the Northern lights and the stars. During the tour, you will be served hot chocolate or tea and pastries which is a great local treat on a cold starry night. Remember that we are in Iceland and that it´s winter so be sure to dress warmly to get the most out of your tour. Don't wait, join us and marvel at this amazing phenomena during your holiday in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
5 hours
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Reykjavik City Guided Tour | Private Transfer and Guidance

There isn’t a greater way to get to know the culture and people of the capital in Iceland than to have a Reykjavik city sightseeing tour!On this journey, you will get to enjoy some beautiful landmarks and learn about the Icelandic culture. The sightseeing spots include the majestic Hallgrims church, where it is possible to take the elevator to the top of the tower and enjoy the view over the city. We'll then go to Höfði house, built in 1909.  This is where presidents Ronald Reagan of the United States and Mikhail Gorbachev of the USSR met in 1986, officially ending the Cold War.You will also get to breathe in the fresh sea air from the known sculpture the Sun Voyage as we make our way to the glass dome of the Harpa Concert Hall. Next stop after that will be Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, at Austurvöllur park, followed by a visit to City Hall.After you have had some time to enjoy the city centre, it is time to visit Perlan. Originally a hot water storage, it is now home to various museums and nature displays. There, you can walk through a manmade ice cave inside one of the tanks, with ice imported from the glaciers in Iceland. There is also an observation deck on top of the now-empty water tanks where you can see over Reykjavik and the surrounding areas.You can add extra stops along the route to your tour. You will find the options under the reservation stage while booking the trip. We offer all our client’s high standard and professionalism, and we strive to make your journey in Iceland a dream come true.Explore Reykjavik with a local, seasoned guide and get to know this northernmost capital in the world. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Tour of Heimaey in the Westman Islands

Book a private tour of Heimaey, the largest island of the beautiful Vestmannaeyjar archipelago. Those who want to avoid other tourists and have a more personalised experience with their guide should not overlook this tour.As this excursion is private, you’ll get to choose how long to spend at each place, whether you are more interested in historical sites, geological sites, or wildlife.The first of your stops will be Sprangan, cliffs where you will be able to watch your guide do an acrobatic display on ropes. This technique has been used for generations to gather eggs from the birds nests.You’ll then go to Stórhöfði. If travelling between May and September, you’ll be awed by the thousands of puffins nesting here and flying overhead; more puffins nest in the Westman Islands than anywhere else on earth. If travelling outside of these months, you’ll feel the bracing elements, as this is the windiest place in Europe.Next, you will travel to the volcano of Eldfell. The eruption here in 1973 was unexpected and dramatic, and the rescue of the people and innovations used to stem the flow of lava are fascinating stories. You will be able to walk in the crater.Another geological site will follow Eldfell; the Elephant Rock’s distinct shape has made it a favourite subject for photographers. You will then head to the valley of Herjólfsdalur, and look upon the ruins of the farmhouse said to be built by the first settler of Westman IslandsThe tour will conclude back in the town, but before you are dropped off, you’ll stop at Skansinn, a charming and historic wooden church.Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the Westman Islands without worrying about other guests. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Apr. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Jeep Tour | Midnight Sun Experience, Secret Lagoon and Dinner

Our Midnight Sun Experience Tour is perfect for those who want to experience the Icelandic Midnight Sun like a local. If you want to spend a special evening in Iceland, join our tour for a relaxing evening bath in the Secret Lagoon, followed by a nice Icelandic dinner in a beautifully located restaurant and a drive through the Icelandic landscapes to admire the Midnight Sun.We will pick you up in the afternoon from your accommodation in Reykjavik with a comfortable 4×4 jeep and drive you to the fantastic Secret Lagoon for a relaxing bath. The Secret Lagoon offers you a unique experience, away from the big crowds. This natural geothermal pool is surrounded by stunning nature and natural hot springs. It is not unusual to meet Icelanders here. You can have a drink in the pool while you relax and enjoy Iceland's nature. A true Icelandic experience!We will then drive to Kerið. Kerið is a 55m deep and about 3000 years old spectacular volcanic crater with a lake inside. The circular slopes of the crater resemble an amphitheatre, concerts have been held here on a floating raft on the lake. You can easily walk around the crater and take a closer look at all the different colours of the rocks.Our next stop will be at the Þrastalundur restaurant, wonderfully located near a river not far from the town of Selfoss. Here you will get a taste of the delicious Icelandic cuisine: fish soup, lamb and skyr are just some examples.Relaxed and full, we will then drive close to Eyrarbakki, on the south coast of Iceland, to admire the Midnight Sun in all its splendour. Make sure you bring your camera as the Icelandic landscapes become much more special when hit by the golden light of the Midnight Sun.At the end of the tour, we will take you back to the hotel, in time to join Icelanders in one of the many pubs downtown Reykjavik. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Jeep Tour | Midnight Sun Golden Circle Tour with relaxing bath in Secret Lagoon

Come join this fully guided tour of Iceland's most popular and iconic sites, conducted in the country's famous midnight sun!  This tour is a perfect choice if you are visiting Iceland in June or July and would like to experience the country's legendary bright nights.The sun never really sets in Iceland in the summer, making the country's wonders look even more spectacular in its golden light. On this tour, you will explore the Golden Circle in the evening, away from the crowds, as you learn a number of curiosities about Iceland, its nature and history.The first stop on the tour will be one of Iceland's most popular attractions, Þingvellir National Park. Þingvellir is also the place where the world’s first parliament was assembled in 930 AD. Here you will have time to walk in the canyon created by the Eurasian and the North American tectonic plates continuously drifting apart. After that, the tour will continue to Haukadalur Valley, Iceland's famous hot springs area. Get ready to feel the power of nature as you see Strokkur Geyser erupt before your very eyes. The next highlight of the tour will be Gullfoss, also known as the golden waterfall. Once there, we will walk down an adjacent path to admire the waterfall's splendour up close.Our tour will then continue to Flúðir and the Secret Lagoon. The Secret Lagoon is a beautiful geothermal hot pool where you can bathe and have a drink as you admire the fantastic colours of the Icelandic midnight sun. This is one of the oldest geothermal pools in Iceland, owned by an Icelandic family. It's a tranquil and fascinating place in the middle of Icelandic nature.The last stop on this fantastic tour will be Kerið, a crater with a volcanic lake. The colours of the water and the rocks are just spectacular here. There is no better place to enjoy the midnight sun in Iceland than from the top of a volcano. From here you will also have a fantastic view of the surrounding mountains and valleys.Don’t miss your chance to see Iceland's greatest sights in the distinctive light of the midnight sun! Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Luxury Northern Lights Tour

Experience the wonders of Iceland’s beautiful northern lights in our Private Luxury Northern Lights Tour.For optimal comfort, you will be picked up from your accommodation however if you have any special request, please contact us after booking and let us know where you'd like for us to pick you up. Then we set out to search for the northern lights. There is no set location to see them, so we head to the location most likely for sightings every evening, based on the forecast and the activity level each night. We always try our best to keep the location private, staying away from the main roads and oft-visited places. Depending on the weather forecast it can be up to a forty-five-minute drive.The Private Luxury Northern Lights Tour is a very family friendly tour. It will take three to four hours and should be on the bucket list for anyone that wants to experience the Northern Lights privately, with friends and family. We will have blankets available in the car if you get cold, but we always recommend that our guest dress according to weather.  Of course, the dark winter nights can always be cold, but you can get even colder when you stand still on a dark, snowy night in freezing temperatures waiting for and looking at the beautiful northern lights for more than a few minutes.If you are interested in having a picknick basket with you during the tour, with drinks and light snacks, please let us know after booking, and we will put something nice together for you at a reasonable price. You can contact us by clicking the 'inquire about this tour' button here on the site. If you have any special request for the picknick basket, please note that in your inquiry. The price for the picknick basket can vary depending on size and amounts per person.We always check the weather forecast prior to taking the tour, if we see that the Northern lights wont be visible on the date you chose or highly unlikely, we will contact you for ether a fully refundable cancellation or to re choose a date.Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to see the northern lights. Check the booking availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Sep. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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South Coast in a Superjeep | Private Tour

Explore Iceland's south coast at your own pace in this private super jeep tour. This is a private tour, so the itinerary is very flexible, and the same can be said about the duration time and the time of departure. This tour offers you some spectacular views while driving along the Icelandic south coast. You will see glaciers, volcanos, waterfalls, old farms and then, of course, you have all the main attractions that we'll visit during our tour. We don't follow a hard set plan but take into account your interests and locations you do not want to miss, but there are, however, a few places that we always visit while we're on the south coast. Those places are the beautiful waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, and the famous black beach of Reynisfjara. On top of that, we always go to a few other places each tour that we choose according to the conditions each day and after getting a sense of our client's interests. There are unique locations to visit all around, such as a place where we can walk right to the edge of a glacier. Another is a fantastic viewpoint at the top of a cliff with fantastic views over a big part of the south coast. There are hidden waterfalls and even an old swimming pool with natural geothermal water, far inside one of the mountain clefts.There's a good reason for why this is our most popular tour, and the biggest reason is the variety of natural beauty you get from this one day of travel. The journey will provide you with an excellent example of the beautiful, raw nature this land of fire and ice has to offer. If you have any special requests, feel free to mention them, and we'll gladly do our best to meet them.
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Blue Lagoon Premium and Reykjanes Peninsula | Private day Tour in a new Mercedes Benz

Come along on a wonderful private day's journey, driving and exploring the Reykjanes peninsula and finishing off by bathing in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon. The sites we visit on Reykjanes are some of the most stunning natural phenomena in the whole of Iceland, most of them made from rather young lava.After collecting you from your accommodations, our very first stop will be Kleifarvatn lake, the largest lake on the peninsula. Its southern part is warm from hot springs running into the lake but is otherwise very cold. It's a perfect place for photographing because of its volcanic surroundings and bright blue water.Our second stop is the geothermal springs of Krýsuvík, located on the middle of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Dramatically coloured hills create a beautiful view over the volcanic vents and boiling hot springs.Grindavík is our next stop, a somewhat isolated fishing town in a small inlet on the very southwesternmost corner of the peninsula.Brimketill lava rock pool is next up. It's a little pool right at the edge of land, supposedly occupied by a giantess named Oddný by folklore tales. The viewing platform above offers the possibility of getting soaked from the waves splashing against the rocks.Next, we travel to Gunnuhver hot spring. Its boiling water and mud pools were said in earlier times to get their energy from a ghost trapped underground by a priest.Close by is the Reykjanes lighthouse, Iceland’s very first lighthouse, built in 1878 but destroyed by an earthquake eight years later and then rebuilt entirely in 1929. Right by the tower are Valahnúkar and Valahnúkamöl which are unique cliffs and rocks made from some of the oldest lava on the peninsula.Next up is a genuinely world-famous bridge—the bridge between Europe and America. The earth’s tectonic plates, namely the European and the North American plates, meet there and form the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.Sandvík, a beautiful beach with almost entirely black sands, is our next stop. This beach was one of the main filming sites for Clint Eastwood’s Flags of our fathers.The one and only Blue Lagoon will be our final destination of the private day tour, where you will be able to bathe and relax to the fullest. The admission to the Blue Lagoon is included in the tour price. The driver will wait after you and return you to your accommodation place.Don't hesitate—join us for this fantastic Blue Lagoon and Reykjanes Peninsula private day tour! Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Jeep Tour | Snaefellsnes Peninsula, Arnarstapi and Kirkjufell Mountain Tour

Come join us on this private tour and experience the beauty of Snæfellsnes, often referred to as “Iceland in a nutshell.” Lava fields, mountain peaks, black and yellow beaches, lighthouses, picturesque little fishing villages, wooden churches, waterfalls, cliffs and wildlife - Snæfellsnes peninsula offers it all and much more.You will be picked up from your accommodations in Reykjavik and driven north to Gerðuberg, a monumental 15-meter-tall basalt wall, created by the ocean's cooling of flowing basaltic lava.The next highlight of the tour will be meeting seals at the Ytri-Tunga beach, which is one of the best seal-spotting locales in West Iceland. Snæfellsnes is also a perfect place for bird and whale-watching.After Ytri-Tunga, our next stop will be the church at Búðir. It is one of the few black wooden churches in Iceland, as well as one of the most popular photo locations among photographers and Instagrammers.Next, we will continue driving along the diverse coastline of the peninsula and discovering popular tourist attractions as well as the hidden gems.Before we reach the tip of the peninsula and Snaefellsjokull National Park, we will visit the charming fishing village of Arnarstapi where we will have a walk along the volcanic coast and observe waves crashing onto basalt rocks abundant in bird life. We can also take some more time at this beautiful location and have a short walk on the path between mossy lava fields that connects Arnarstapi and Hellnar.From here we will be beginning to notice the majestic silhouette of the Snæfellsjökull glacier-volcano that gained worldwide fame when Jules Verne described it in his book 'Journey to the Center of the Earth.'Our next stops will be at the beautiful black beaches in Djúpalónssandur, situated at the foot of Snæfellsjökull, and the fabulous Lóndrangar sea cliffs, from where we will be able to take an even closer look at this magical volcano.Snæfellsnes is also abundant in volcanic craters. On this trip, we will visit Saxhóll, which is approximately 100 meters high, and a perfect spot for everybody who likes short hikes. From here you will also have a fantastic view of the ocean. Next up is one of the top attractions of this tour and the most photographed mountain in Iceland: Kirkjufell. Though already renowned as a beautifully unique part of the Icelandic landscape, this mountain achieved even greater fame in 2017 after being featured in the last season of the Game of Thrones HBO TV Series. Make sure you also walk to Kirkjufellsfoss to take the iconic photograph of the waterfall with the church mountain in the background.If we are lucky enough with the forecast, we will try to hunt for the northern lights on the way back to Reykjavík (September - April only).Don't delay—hop on this fantastic excursion and experience all that the mystical Snæfellsnes peninsula has to offer!
Duration:
11 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Jeep Tour | Hvalfjordur – hot springs and waterfalls, Krauma hot relax

Explore less-crowded areas in West Iceland, admire captivating waterfalls and hot springs areas, have a ride on top of the Langjökull glacier, visit the biggest glacier tunnel ever made and much more on this fantastic private Hvalfjörður Into the Glacier jeep tour.The first highlight of the tour will be the breathtaking Hvalfjörður, also known as the Whale Fjord, where you can visit the remains of former whaling stations as well as Glymur waterfall, the second-highest waterfall in Iceland. The road along Hvalfjörður is a perfect idea for anybody who wants to escape crowds and go off the beaten track.After that, we will visit the Deildartunguhver natural hot spring area, where we will have a relaxing geothermal bath in the newly opened Krauma Spa. You will get to choose from between various types of hot tubs, pools, and saunas. There is also a fantastic relaxation room. All this is set against a backdrop of mesmerising Icelandic nature.After Krauma, we will head to the historical town of Reykholt and take photographs of nearby waterfalls Hraunfoss and Barnafoss.The main highlight of the tour will be Húsafell, the base where all excursions to Langjökull glacier begin. Langjökull is the second-largest glacier in Iceland, so we are going to need a ride by a specially modified monster truck, as only this type of vehicle can drive on top of the vast ice cap. We will park in front of the tunnel to enter the astounding world that can be found under the surface of the ice. There, we will discover a cross section of the glacier that shows the scale of snowfall throughout the ages, as well as signs of previous eruptions in Iceland that formed black lines, where the volcanic ash was settled and later pressed by the gravity of the glacier moving down the hill.Please note that the "Into the Glacier" leg of the journey is not included in the price of this tour. If you would like to undertake this journey, please contact us.In winter months, on our way back to Reykjavík, we will make additional stops, and weather and good fortune permitting, we may be able to spot some Northern Lights.So don't hesitate! Book now and witness the unparalleled beauty of Iceland's distinctive locales. Choose a date to see availability.
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Jeep Tours | Reykjanes Peninsula & Blue Lagoon

On this private tour, you are booking a whole car that accommodates 4 passengers. Reserve your spot on this tour and witness steamy and colourful geothermal areas, moss-covered lava fields, magnificent caves, soaring cliffs, and the beautiful Blue Lagoon, all on Reykjanes peninsula, one of the most spectacular regions of Iceland.This tour is perfect for geology and nature lovers, but it also showcases the unique features of Reykjanes, qualities that have attracted movie directors from all over the world in the past few years.You will be picked up from your accommodation in Reykjavik in the morning, after which you will head south-west to your first stop, Seltún. This geothermal area enchants with the many vivid colours that the minerals give to the rocks, and with mud pools and water springs that can reach temperatures of 80-90 degrees Celsius.Next, you will be heading to Gunnuhver, another beautiful hot spring area close to the fascinating Reykjanesviti, the oldest lighthouse in Iceland. Gunnuhver gets its name after Gunna, a female ghost that used to haunt a nearby village over 400 years ago.She was a constant nuisance to the inhabitants until one day a priest set a trap for her, causing her to fall into the spring. The contrast between the ocean and the black lava close to the lighthouse creates a magical landscape, perfect for great photos.Next stop will be Lake Kleifarvatn (the largest lake on the peninsula), where an episode of "Black Mirror" was filmed. You will then have the chance to take a short hike to the top of the Krýsuvíkurbjarg cliffs (the highest bird cliff on the peninsula, composed of dark basalt rocks).Other highlights of the tour are Selatangar, which was a big fishing settlement in the late 19th century, and Grindavík, where you can try some local food and ice cream.When the sightseeing is over with, we will stop at the world famous Blue Lagoon. There will be plenty of time to take pictures or enjoy refreshments in the cafe. You can also take a bath in the lagoon and try the nourishing silica mask. (Entrance tickets are not included in the price of the tour and must be purchased in advance.)There will be many coffee and toilet breaks during this private tour so that you can enjoy Iceland in comfort. If you are taking this tour in the wintertime, you might catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights on your way back into town.Discover some of southwest Iceland's most celebrated treasures on this fascinating tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Sightseeing in Iceland’s nature is best experienced in the privacy, solitude and comfort of a small group, led by a local guide in fully equipped transport. These private tours allow you to get up close and personal with this island’s many natural features whilst enjoying alone time.
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Whale Watching in Húsavík | Private RIB Boat Tour

Join this thrilling and private whale watching tour from Húsavík harbour, using intimate RIB boats to get up and close and personal with these gentle giants. This is a fantastic tour opportunity for those visitors looking to see whales during their time in Iceland, but wish to avoid the larger vessels and crowds. Húsavík is widely regarded to be the whale watching capital of Iceland, if not Europe, thanks to the diversity and frequency of whales using the fjord. You will be whale watching in Skjálfandi Bay, an area renown for its rich wildlife, Víknafjöll and Kinnarfjöll mountain ranges and two Puffin islands, Flatey and Lundy. Taking out to the water, you will be wrapped up warm in thick thermal outerwear, leaving you free of the cold to sit back and peel your eyes across the rocking waves of the Atlantic, looking for any sign of life. Thankfully, there are twenty different species of cetacean in Iceland, the most common being Humpback and Minke whales. There is always the chance to observe even rarer species; Orcas, Harbour Porpoises, Blue Whales, etc.Another great positive about this experience? By using a smaller vessel, such as a RIB, your captain is able to get much closer to where these animals are swimming. This is because smaller boats make far less noise, and are thus less likely to deter the whales, thus providing a more personal and memorable experience. After two hours of cruising the ocean, you begin the make the return journey back to the harbour. On your way, you will likely pass one of the numerous nesting Puffin colonies that live in the area; just another fantastic reason to come aboard!So don't delay any longer. Hurry now and you too can go whale watching in Húsavík using the nimble RIB boat. Check availability by choosing a date.  
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Luxury Private day Tour in a new luxury Mercedes Benz

Experience Iceland's greatest attractions in luxury with this privately-guided Golden Circle sightseeing tour in a brand new Mercedes Benz V-class luxury, with an added stop at the relaxing Secret Lagoon, Iceland's oldest swimming pool. This is the perfect tour opportunity for those travellers looking for the VIP treatment, as well as those hoping to experience some added extras en route.You will begin your day by visiting Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage site, Þingvellir National Park, an area of immense importance for a number of reasons. First, the parks sits atop the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, an area directly between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Second, in 930 AD, Icelanders formed what is arguably the first democratically elected parliament in the world, thus birthing a nation.A FOOD EXPERIENCE The next stop is at Friðheimar eco-area, where you will learn about growing organic vegetables using geothermal heat and grab a lunch. The theme of Friðheimar cuisine is tomatoes, in many different forms. And that’s not surprising, as four different varieties of tomato are cultivated in the greenhouses where lunch is served among the plants. A rare food experience. Come and enjoy it!After that, it's on to see the two remaining stops of the Golden Circle; first, Geysir geothermal area, where it is possible to see the mighty hot spring Strokkur blast jets of hot water over 25 meters in the air and the mighty, majestic and magnificent Gullfoss waterfall, known to be one of the prettiest features in the whole country. Then you will have the opportunity to relax in the Secret Lagoon, Iceland's oldest swimming pool. The Secret Lagoon is surrounded by steaming vents, creating a unique and rewarding bathing experience; in this respect, the Secret Lagoon makes for an excellent alternative to the more expensive Blue Lagoon Spa. Finally, you will visit a volcanic crater lake called Kerið. The crater was formed about 6,500 years ago and lies at the northern end of a row of craters known as Tjarnarhólar.This colorful natural marvel is oval, about 270 m long, 170 m wide and 55 m deep: the depth of the water at the bottom varies between 7 and 14 m. Kerið lies in Iceland's Western Volcanic Zone, which runs through the Reykjanes peninsula and the glacier Langjökull.Experience more of Iceland on this fantastic, luxury guided tour and you too can grab the VIP experience, sightseeing and bathing your holiday time away in total bliss. Join us for a fantastic private day tour on the Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Luxury  Private day Tour . Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
8 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Blue Lagoon | Included Premium Admission and Private transfer in a new Mercedes Benz V-class

Bathing in the geothermal waters of the Blue Lagoon, and heal your mind, body and soul with the silica and algae masks on offer. This opportunity should not be missed by any seeking to enjoy Iceland’s most popular attraction.The Blue Lagoon is an incredible place with more unique attributes than can be counted. The water is pumped up from the depths of the earth by the adjacent geothermal power-plant and contains within it strains of healing algae and bacteria that are not found anywhere else. The water's opacity and vivid blue colour reveal its unusual properties.Other than its pools, the Blue Lagoon has hot and cold tubs, saunas, steam-rooms and treatments you can purchase. All guests can use the silica masks, but included in your premium package, you are also provided with an algae mask. This premium package also provides you with a free welcome drink at the lagoon upon arrival, use of bathrobe and slippers.Your transfer begins from your accommodation pace; you will be picked up in a in a brand new Mercedes Benz V-class luxury minivan and driven along the Reykjanes Peninsula. This provides you with a great opportunity for sightseeing; this stretch is renowned for its iconic volcanoes, expanses of lava and craggy coastline. You will know you have reached the lagoon when you see a column of steam rising ahead.You do not need to rush while in the lagoon. This means you can take your time and either unwind from your previous activities or relax in preparation for them.The Blue Lagoon can fill up very quickly, so don’t delay with booking. This is a must-see Icelandic attraction, on par with the sightseeing route of the Golden Circle and of course the capital of Reykjavík.Enjoy the healing, naturally-occurring, geothermal waters of the incredible Blue Lagoon. Reserve your space now. Check availability by choosing a date.
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Duration:
5 hours
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All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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1 hour
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Duration:
3 days
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Private Super Jeep Tour to Mount Hekla & Landmannalaugar

Experience the Highlands of Iceland on this private day tour from Reykjavík City, visiting hot springs, volcanoes, crater lakes and the rhyolite mountains of Landmannalaugar. This super jeep excursion is for all hikers and sightseers looking to behold the most colourful landscapes this island has to offer.Your experienced local guide will pick you up in the city of Reykjavík, where you will board your modified super jeep and begin your drive through the stunning Icelandic countryside. Before reaching the Highlands, you’ll make your way to Þjórsárdalur Valley to stop at the beautiful waterfall Hjálparfoss.After having admired these double falls cascading down patterned lava, surrounded by stunning basalt rock formations, you’ll continue your journey into the extraordinary mountainscapes ahead. Arriving at the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, prepare to witness the stretches of the lava field Laugahraun, as you reach your destination of Landmannalaugar, one of the most beloved and renowned areas of the Icelandic Highlands. Here, you will get out of your vehicle to fully take in the sceneries around you, but the venue is dotted with scenic hiking trails and geothermal hot springs. The rhyolite mountains all around provide for a kaleidoscopic display of natural wonders, in such an array of colours that they have to be seen to be believed. Follow in the footsteps of the first settlers of Iceland, as you bathe in the natural hot springs at hand, recharging after your long journey. Your guide will then lead you to Ljótipollur, an explosion crater lake belonging to the Veiðivötn fissure system, coloured a milky blue against the red backdrop of its caldera. After having enjoyed these celebrated Highland attractions, it’s time to get back in your super jeep and head for Mt. Hekla, Iceland’s most infamous and mystical volcano. Your driver will take you approximately 950 metres (3000 feet) up the side of the volcano, capturing the astounding views in every direction.Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity of seeing the best of the Icelandic Highlands in just one day, with an added excursion up the mountainsides of Hekla Volcano, on a private day tour in a capable super jeep. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
12 hours
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All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Snaefellsnes Peninsula | Private Tour with Vatnshellir Cave

Join this private day tour that takes you across the diverse wonders of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, with an optional caving adventure in Vatnshellir. If you're staying in Reykjavík and wish to witness the extent of Iceland's natural sceneries, this is the excursion for you. You'll get picked up in Reykjavík City with a private vehicle that sits but five people, guaranteeing you and your group of travel companions an intimate and personal sightseeing experience. You'll then begin your drive to Snæfellsjökull National Park, a fairytale-like wonderland located on the tip of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in west Iceland.The park is home to the ice-covered volcano, Snæfellsjökull, that was the setting for Jules Verne's classic novel 'Journey to the Center of the Earth'. Snæfellsnes is truly a magical place, rich in wildlife, including dozens of species of birds, and bays teeming with whales and waterfalls.During your tour, you will, for example, stop at the small fishing village Arnarstapi, the ancient fishing hamlet Hellnar and the black pebble beach Djúpalónssandur. You'll also witness mystical volcanic craters, vast lava fields, stunning coastlines, eerie rock formations and the iconic mountain Kirkjufell.If you're feeling adventurous, there is an option to join a caving excursion in Vatnshellir, an 8,000-year-old lava tube created by a volcanic eruption from a nearby volcano in the Purkhólar crater system.As the lava of the eruption rushed down the hill in a red river, it began to cool on the surface, creating a crust on top. As the eruption stopped, all the lava from underneath this crust continued to drain out. That eventually left behind an empty tube with a roof on top that gradually cooled down, enabling visitors to step inside a netherworld of wonders.Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity of embarking on a guided private day tour of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, with the option of exploring the lava cave Vatnshellir. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
9 hours
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All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private South Coast Day Tour with Optional Activities

Travel through the wild Icelandic nature, between majestic glaciers and black sand beaches on this tour of the South Coast. Those looking to experience the best of Iceland on a private tour need to look no further. After being picked up, you'll be driven out of the capital area, straight to the south shore of Iceland. Your first stop is the amazing waterfall Seljalandsfoss, where you are able to walk behind the stream of falling water. Your journey will continue to Reynisfjara black sand beach, known for its unusual rock columns. These columns form the Reynisfjara cliffs which overlook the powerful Atlantic Ocean.The tour proceeds to the village of Vík in Mýrdal valley, where you will be able to enjoy a nice lunch at a local restaurant. Here you will also be able to see the beautiful rock formations of Reynisdrangar that rise up from the sea. A sight everyone should see in their life.You will then proceed to Dyrhólaey, a beautiful peninsula known for its unique arch-shape and rich birdlife. Keep an eye out for puffins, you might spot a few if you are visiting in the summer.Then it is time to head back to the capital. However, you will make one final stop before you do at the majestic Skógafoss waterfall. This cascade streams down from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier. Here you can follow a staircase to the top of the waterfall to enjoy the scenic view over the south shore's black sand beaches and beautiful glaciers.If you want to add a few adventures to your day, you can do so during the booking process. You could visit the Skógar Museum or the Lava Centre to learn about Icelandic history and nature. Alternatively, you can go snowmobiling or glacier hiking on Sólheimajökull glacier or take a ride to the DC Plane Wreck on the Sólheimasandur desert.Join this fantastic journey of the South Coast and create memories that will last you a lifetime. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Luxury Diamond Beach and Glacier Lagoon Day Tour

Come along on the journey of a lifetime with this private tour. Those looking to see Iceland's stunning Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon in style and luxury should grab this opportunity now.The tour will begin at your desired pickup location in the capital area. From there will be whisked away to the South Coast of Iceland to enjoy the scenic landscape along the shore. You will stop at a restaurant of your choosing along the route where you will be able to enjoy a nice warm meal should you wish.After the meal you will proceed with the journey towards Vatnajökull glacier and into Skaftafell nature reserve where we will find Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and the Black Diamond Beach.At the lagoon, you will have the time to walk around and breath in the fresh glacier air and enjoy the picturesque landscape surrounding you. After strolling around the glacier lagoon, you will head down to the Black Diamond Beach where you will get to see the breath-taking sight where the glacier lagoon meets the North Atlantic Ocean in all it’s glory. The beautiful diamond ice sculptures lying in the black volcanic sand is a sight you will always remember. Here you will have the chance to walk around and enjoy the landscape before heading back to the capital area.The tour proceeds back to Reykjavik but you can stop at a restaurant or a café on the way back, where you will be able to enjoy some refreshments.There is the possibility to add extra stops along the route while choosing a date and booking the tour such as visiting the famed Skógar museum or the Lava centre. Book today and go on an incredible adventure of Iceland's Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and Black Diamond Beach with your favourite people. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
12 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Snaefellsnes Peninsula Day Tour | Small Group Experience

Snæfellsnes Peninsula – Dramatic Landscape and Tranquil Nature. Visiting Snæfellsnes is a shortcut to getting to know Icelandic Nature. With its stark contrast of green mossy grown lava fields, thundering waves of the North Atlantic Ocean and glacier covered Volcano Snæfellsjökull there is so much to see in one day and difficult to cover in one day, but we do our best. The tour heads from Reykjavik through the town of Borgarnes. From there we head towards the Snæfellsnes peninsula. The peninsula is the home to 7 different municipalities with population of few dozen up to few hundred people. The tour includes stops at highlights like Djúpalónssandur beach where lava fields and the ocean have been clashing onto each other for thousands of years. The Snæfellsnes Glacier is one of Iceland’s best-known glaciers and visited by many each year. The Icecap hides a summit crater at 4700ft high. The last eruption took place about 1800 years ago, but the volcano has been dormant since and hopefully stays that way. Arnarstapi village is a very pretty little town where we stop to soak in the beautiful harbour area and basalt cliffs with nesting birds in the summer.   On the northern side of the peninsula we stop at Kirkjufell Mountain and give everyone a chance to photograph the well-known mountain that served as a backdrop in the HBO series Game of Thrones  The driving distance of the day is around 400 kilometres and total driving time is around 4 hours 30 minutes, but this is divided into shorter journeys between the stops. Lunch is not included but you will be able to buy something to eat at a cafe/restaurant during the day The weather is always a major player when traveling in Iceland, so a good idea is to bring with you warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers and sturdy shoes. bring warm hat, scarf and gloves. 
Duration:
1 day
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Diamond Circle Tour in North Iceland | Visit Dettifoss and Lake Mývatn

The Magical Nature and Diversity of the North The Diamond Circle Classic is a tour that covers a lot of ground and includes most of North Iceland’s highlights in one day. Europe's most powerful waterfall Dettifoss, Lake Myvatn one of the world’s most diverse nature reserves in terms of unique geology. The north coastline where the Arctic Circle almost touches a shore and birds' nest in the cliffs during summer. The tour starts with looking at the Godafoss waterfall, some say it’s the most beautiful waterfall in Iceland. From there a short drive to the Lake Myvatn area where one can see volcanos resting and waiting patiently until next eruption, fumaroles and steam vents and proof of how geothermally active the area is. After taking a short brake for restrooms and refreshments the tour heads towards the dramatic and captivating landscape of Jokulsa Glacier River formed by glacier floods thousands of years ago after a catastropic volcanic eruption in Vatnajokull Glacier. After a drive along the scenic Arctic coastline we stop in Húsavík, a quaint fishing village, and have a look at what many consider the most charming harbour area of Iceland, before driving to Akureyri. Diamond Circle gives you access to the best Iceland has to offer. Dynamic waterfalls, stunning nature, active geothermal areas and lively bird life. An expert local guide will take you through this magical and rough terrain as you sit back and relax. From June to the middle of August, we stop at Tjörnes Peninsula where you'll be able to observe puffins nesting in the impressive cliffs by the coastline. Lunch is not included but you will be able to purchase something to eat at a cafe/restaurant during the day The weather is always a major player when traveling in Iceland, so a good idea is to bring with you warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers and sturdy shoes. bring warm hat, scarf and gloves.
Duration:
1 day
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Luxury Private Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

Witness the magic of the Northern Lights in style on this private aurora hunting tour. This expedition is perfect for those looking to catch a celestial show in style, away from the bright lights of the city and in a luxury vehicle; all for a lower price than you’d imagine.Your expert guide will chauffeur you out of the city into the dark, frozen winter night to explore the night sky gazing for stars and Northern Lights. They will carefully select a quiet dark spot away from traffic and ambient lighting so you can fully appreciate the wonders in the sky above.You will be whisked away from the city in a comfortable tour bus free from any worries about driving. Your guide will be supported by a very dedicated operation manager assisting with real-time data on weather and on Northern Lights activity to maximize the chances of viewing the celestial lights.Once immersed in darkness, the night sky really pops out and the stars and northern lights light up the surroundings. It is said that on a night with strong northern lights they can emit as much light as a full moon.It is a good idea to layer up in warm clothes including gloves, hat and a scarf, as well as a waterproof jacket, trousers and sturdy shoes. Your guide will also be able to help out with an extra boost of warmth with some homemade hot chocolate.If you hope to capture the aurora on camera, it is recommended that you familiarise yourself with your camera settings beforehand and bring a tripod.It is worth noting that since the aurora is a natural phenomenon, it can not be guaranteed that you will see the Northern Lights as visibility depends on solar storm activity and cloud cover.Maximise your chances of seeing one of nature’s most amazing light shows and sign up for this tour today. Check availability by choosing a date
Duration:
1 day
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Sightseeing Along Iceland's South Coast | Day Tour

Join this fantastic private tour to see some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland, including waterfalls, glaciers and black sand beaches. This tour is an amazing opportunity for guests looking to maximise their sightseeing on the South Coast by ensuring their privacy, and the professionalism of their guide. Your guide will pick you up at your location and drive straight to Hvolsvöllur where you will make your first stop at the Lava centre, an exhibition about volcanoes, eruptions and earthquakes. A visit here is sure to get you in the mood for discovering more of Iceland’s nature. Next, you will pay a visit to Seljalandsfoss, a powerful waterfall which you can walk behind, thus providing a brilliant and unique perspective of the falls. You will also see Skógafoss, another powerful waterfall on the South Coast. Skógafoss is known for its wider cascade and the legends that tell of treasures hidden behind the cascade.Soon enough, you will arrive at the domineering Sólheimajökull glacier, truly one of Iceland’s most staggering spectacles. From the ice cap, you will drive towards the black sand beach known as Reynisfjara where you can appreciate the wild surrounding scenery, particularly Reynisdrangar rock stacks.Vík í Mýrdal is a small, yet picturesque village beside Reynisfjara beach. The guide will make sure to show you around, recommending the best spots for a bite to eat or a spot of souvenir shopping. Finally, you will head to Dyrhólaey, a towering rock arch that has become one of the South Coast’s most iconic attractions. Not only do visitors here gain an impressive vantage point over the surrounding landscape, but they can also watch the wide variety of bird life that nests in the cliffsides. After your time here is done, you will head back to your accommodation. Don’t hesitate to join this tour today and you too will experience the beauty and majesty of Iceland’s South Coast in privacy. Check availability by choosing a date.  
Duration:
10 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Reykjanes Peninsula with Lava Tunnel & Blue Lagoon | Private Day Tour

Join this thrilling private tour exploring the natural attractions found within the Reykjanes Peninsula, including stops at Raufarhólshellir lava tunnel and the world famous Blue Lagoon Spa. This is a fantastic choice for those looking to discover Reykjanes, but who wish to do so with both privacy and solitude. You will first be picked up from your accommodation, before being driven to the first site of the day,  Raufarhólshellir lava tunnel. This is one of the longest and most famous cave systems in Iceland, providing a true insight into how lava solidifies after an explosive volcanic eruption. During the winter, extraordinary ice sculptures form inside the entrance of the tunnel and, a little further inside, you will see firsthand the detail and dazzling colour of the various rock faces. Your next stop will be Kleifarvatn, the largest lake on the Reykjanes Peninsula. Its southern section is warmed by hot springs that run into the lake but is otherwise very cold. Despite being no good for a swim, Kleifarvatn is the perfect place for taking photographs because of its stark volcanic surroundings and bright blue water.After that, you will make a stop at the geothermal springs of Krýsuvík, located within the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Dramatically coloured hills create a beautiful view over the volcanic vents and boiling springs, making this one of the most prized travel destinations in the area.The one and only Blue Lagoon will be your final destination on this private day tour. Thankfully, it is one of the most rewarding, allowing you to lay back, soak and relax your muscles after a hard day's adventuring.  At the Blue Lagoon, water is pumped from the depths of the earth by the adjacent geothermal power-plant and contains within it strains of healing algae and bacteria that can be found nowhere else. The water's opacity and vivid blue colour reveal these unusual properties, all the while complimenting the lagoon's luxurious aesthetic.Other than its pools, the Blue Lagoon boasts hot and cold tubs, saunas and steam rooms, as well as various skin and massage treatments that can be purchased at extra cost. All guests can use the silica masks provided, but those on the premium package can also expect algae masks, a free welcome drink and use of the facility's bathrobes and slippers.The admission to the Blue Lagoon and the Lava Tunnel is included in the tour price. The driver will wait for you, before returning your party to their accommodation.Book this fantastic private tour and experience all of the attractions that make the Reykjanes Peninsula so beloved. Check availability by choosing a date.   
Duration:
7,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Golden Circle Tour | Three to seven Passengers

Explore Iceland's best-loved attractions on this private tour, visiting all the famous locations along the way. The Golden Circle is one of Iceland’s most known adventure route. Here you will get to experience Iceland’s most known gems, Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot springs and Thingvellir national park.The tour begins with a drive towards the Haukadalur valley, where the famous Geysir lies. You will be able to see the fantastic Strokkur erupt and enjoy the breath-taking sights, where the hot water from the earth's crust meets the ground.Our journey continues to the world known waterfall Gullfoss, in Hvítá glacial river.  It plunges from the height of 32 meters into a nearly 80-metre deep canyon, in three massive tiers. Hvítá river is fed most of its water from Langjökull glacier, which can be seen from Gullfoss waterfall on a clear day. At Gullfoss, we will also stop for a lunch or snack, and we recommend you have a hearty meal for the adventures to come. If you have booked an adventure tour on Langjökull glacier, you have the option to add 3 hours waiting fee to your tour at Gullfoss. The driver will then wait at Gullfoss while you embark on a private adventure tour to the glacier. This gives you the option to book some of the multiple adventure tours on offer in the area and combine it with your Golden circle journey. Please inform us of your departure time from Gullfoss so we can be sure that you don't miss your tour.Proceeding with the tour, we will head out to the Þingvellir national park, a UNESCO world heritage site, known for one of the oldest democratic parliaments in the world - the Alþingi. The word Þingvellir means Parliament fields and takes its name from the time where the Saga age Alþing, Iceland's governing body, was founded in 930.At Þingvellir national park, you will be able to walk down the rift valley where two tectonic plates, the Eurasian and the American one, drift apart. You will be able to walk between these two plates, literally jumping between Europe and America.The famous Silfra fissure is also at the Þingvellir national park, with its crystal-clear blue water, so clear that you can see all the way to the bottom of it. Not that far from Sifra is Nikulásargjá, often called Peningagjá or 'Coin Fissure' as through the years, people have thrown in coins to see them glitter in the clear water. After this exploration, we return to the capital after a day of adventure. We offer all our clients high standard and professionalism, and we strive to make your journey in Iceland a dream come true. Book today and come with us on an incredible adventure of Iceland's Golden Circle. Check availability by choosing a date. 
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Northern Lights Tour from Reykjavik

Come with us and search for the Northern lights with an experienced guide and photographer. This is a private, customised tour for individuals or small groups who want to enjoy the Aurora Borealis in private surroundings. The vehicles that we offer are for 4, 6 or 10 people, comfortable 4WD  Toyotas or a luxury mini-bus. Your guide is an experienced Northern lights hunter with the thorough local knowledge of where the best chances of sightings are according to the cloud formations and level of activity of the Northern lights. The tour begins with a pickup at 20.30 at your hotel pick up point or place of stay. You do not have to wait outside at a bus stop, we will come to the door of your address, wherever possible. We then head out of Reykjavík to where the best chances are of sightings of the Northern lights and out of the way of other groups and tour buses. The average driving distance on our Northern lights tours is between 35-70 km out of Reykjavík, but if we think our chances are greater by driving further, we will gladly do so if you agree. The tour can last between 3-5 hours, most often we are back in Reykjavík before 01.00 am. Our guide is an experienced photographer, and part of our service is to take a good photo of you with the Northern lights in the background. He will also provide any assistance if you are keen to take your own beautiful pictures. We will find some great secluded spots for photography where there is no one else and no lights on the ground that might spoil your view of the Northern lights and the stars. During the tour, you will be served hot chocolate or tea and pastries which is a great local treat on a cold starry night. Remember that we are in Iceland and that it´s winter so be sure to dress warmly to get the most out of your tour. Don't wait, join us and marvel at this amazing phenomena during your holiday in Iceland. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
5 hours
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Reykjavik City Guided Tour | Private Transfer and Guidance

There isn’t a greater way to get to know the culture and people of the capital in Iceland than to have a Reykjavik city sightseeing tour!On this journey, you will get to enjoy some beautiful landmarks and learn about the Icelandic culture. The sightseeing spots include the majestic Hallgrims church, where it is possible to take the elevator to the top of the tower and enjoy the view over the city. We'll then go to Höfði house, built in 1909.  This is where presidents Ronald Reagan of the United States and Mikhail Gorbachev of the USSR met in 1986, officially ending the Cold War.You will also get to breathe in the fresh sea air from the known sculpture the Sun Voyage as we make our way to the glass dome of the Harpa Concert Hall. Next stop after that will be Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, at Austurvöllur park, followed by a visit to City Hall.After you have had some time to enjoy the city centre, it is time to visit Perlan. Originally a hot water storage, it is now home to various museums and nature displays. There, you can walk through a manmade ice cave inside one of the tanks, with ice imported from the glaciers in Iceland. There is also an observation deck on top of the now-empty water tanks where you can see over Reykjavik and the surrounding areas.You can add extra stops along the route to your tour. You will find the options under the reservation stage while booking the trip. We offer all our client’s high standard and professionalism, and we strive to make your journey in Iceland a dream come true.Explore Reykjavik with a local, seasoned guide and get to know this northernmost capital in the world. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Private Tour of Heimaey in the Westman Islands

Book a private tour of Heimaey, the largest island of the beautiful Vestmannaeyjar archipelago. Those who want to avoid other tourists and have a more personalised experience with their guide should not overlook this tour.As this excursion is private, you’ll get to choose how long to spend at each place, whether you are more interested in historical sites, geological sites, or wildlife.The first of your stops will be Sprangan, cliffs where you will be able to watch your guide do an acrobatic display on ropes. This technique has been used for generations to gather eggs from the birds nests.You’ll then go to Stórhöfði. If travelling between May and September, you’ll be awed by the thousands of puffins nesting here and flying overhead; more puffins nest in the Westman Islands than anywhere else on earth. If travelling outside of these months, you’ll feel the bracing elements, as this is the windiest place in Europe.Next, you will travel to the volcano of Eldfell. The eruption here in 1973 was unexpected and dramatic, and the rescue of the people and innovations used to stem the flow of lava are fascinating stories. You will be able to walk in the crater.Another geological site will follow Eldfell; the Elephant Rock’s distinct shape has made it a favourite subject for photographers. You will then head to the valley of Herjólfsdalur, and look upon the ruins of the farmhouse said to be built by the first settler of Westman IslandsThe tour will conclude back in the town, but before you are dropped off, you’ll stop at Skansinn, a charming and historic wooden church.Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the Westman Islands without worrying about other guests. Check availability by choosing a date.
Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Apr. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Easy
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