July Tours

July Tours

Discover the best July tours and packages in Iceland. Find the best activities and experiences in Iceland during the popular month of July.

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What is the best July day tour in Iceland?

One of the best day tours in July in Iceland takes place on the Vatnajokull glacier and has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 371 travelers. Be mesmerized by the outstanding beauty on this three-hour glacier hike from Skaftafell that costs approximately 81 USD.

This Golden Circle and Kerid crater tour is another top July day tour in Iceland rates an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars according to over 347 travelers. It’s a small group tour of the breathtaking Golden Circle route and you'll also visit an ice cream farm for a tasty treat! This eight-hour day tour costs around 82 USD per person.

Another top-rated tour in July in Iceland takes you inside a volcano and has 265 traveler reviews, averaging 4.8 out of 5 stars. This trip is perfect for adventure lovers and costs approximately 338 USD per traveler.

What is the cheapest July day tour in Iceland?

The cheapest day tour in July in Iceland takes you to the rejuvenating Myvatn Nature Baths and costs around 46 USD. Rated an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars by 28 travelers, this tour lets you experience geothermal bathing bliss in picturesque surroundings.

This budget-friendly July day tour in Iceland is a boat tour on the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon that costs as little as 46 USD per person. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars on average by over 267 travelers, this experience is an incredible 30-minute Amphibian Boat Tour of the breathtakingly beautiful Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. Get up close to towering icebergs for the perfect photo opportunities and a memorable experience!

This affordable day tour in July in Iceland is a family-friendly lava cave tour that costs around 54 USD. Rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 81 travelers, this one-hour tour of Vidgelmir lava cave is an easy-level adventure into a colorful underground.

What is the best July vacation package in Iceland?

One of the best July vacation packages in Iceland is a flexible 10-day self-drive tour of the Ring Road and Snaefellsnes peninsula with an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 167 travelers. This package costs approximately 4,468 USD. Your vehicle, accommodation, and itinerary are all included.

Another highly-rated vacation package in Iceland in July includes the Ring Road and Golden Circle has scored an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars according to the reviews of 160 travelers. This one-week summer self-drive tour costs around 3,618 USD and covers the best sights of the ring road and Golden Circle routes with a vehicle, accommodation, and itinerary.

This top glacier lagoon and South coast of Iceland vacation package in July has been rated an incredible 4.9 out of 5 stars by 76 travelers. During this five-day summer tour that costs approximately 995 USD, you'll experience Iceland's gorgeous South Coast, Reykjavik, the Golden Circle, and the Blue Lagoon!

What is the cheapest July vacation package in Iceland?

The cheapest July vacation package in Iceland is a two-day West Coast tour that covers the Snaefellsnes peninsula and Vidgelmir lava cave. This package costs around 383 USD and is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 47 travelers.

This South Coast and glacier lagoon tour is another affordable July vacation package in Iceland and costs approximately 459 USD. On this two-day small-group tour that has 4.7 out of 5 stars by 28 travelers, you will enjoy incredible beaches, waterfalls, and glaciers on Iceland's gorgeous South Coast.

Another budget-friendly vacation package in July is this week-long midnight sun self-drive tour of South and West Iceland that costs about 737 USD with a group discount including accommodation with breakfast and a rental car. Rated an impressive 4.9 out of 5 stars by 59 travelers, this tour lets you experience many of Iceland's best attractions, such as the Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik, and black sand beaches.

What can you do in Iceland in July?

There are many things to do in Iceland in July. Many year-round activities are at their best during the summer months. Calmer weather patterns make July the perfect month for activities such as glacier hiking, horse riding, snorkeling/diving, caving, and whale and puffin watching. In July, you have the opportunity to check out one of the many summer music festivals around the country. It also becomes possible to traverse landscapes closed off during autumn, winter, and spring, such as exploring Iceland's glaciers. Travel the idyllic roads of the picturesque East Fjords and Westfjords, or explore the beautiful Highlands in a four-wheel-drive vehicle.

Is Iceland cold in July?

July is the warmest month of the year in Iceland, though it's still fairly temperate. It’s a comparatively warmer, drier month, but the temperatures can still be chilly. The temperatures in Iceland vary in different parts of the country. In Reykjavik, the average summer temperature is around 54 F (12 C), but it can go as high as 77 F (25 C). North Iceland is a little cooler, averaging about 52 F (11 C) in the summertime. Even in July, it is best to come prepared for all types of weather. It can be very unpredictable and changeable. If you feel cold in Iceland in July, warm yourself up at one of the many hot springs around the country!

Is Iceland worth visiting in the summer?

Yes, Iceland is definitely worth visiting in the summertime. Long sunny days create an energetic vibe, and the temperatures are warmer than at other times of the year. The summer months bring an opportunity to explore many areas inaccessible during the rest of the year. Do not miss the Highlands or the many hiking trails ripe for exploration in the summer. Favorable driving conditions and long daylight hours make it easier to explore further afield. Although summer is not the time to hunt the northern lights, be inspired by the midnight sun! It brings a beautiful rainbow of colors in the sky along with the opportunity to do more and see more on your holiday.

Is Iceland crowded in July?

The summer is the most popular time of year to visit Iceland because of the warmer weather and longer days. However, because of the breadth of different and unique areas to explore around the country, it never feels crowded since visitors tend to spread out over multiple different sites. Also, a good way to avoid crowds is to make use of the longer days and explore the country in the evening time under the midnight sun when most tour companies are not operating.

Can you see whales in Iceland in July?

Yes, you can definitely see whales in Iceland in July. The month of July brings excellent chances to see whales breaking the water surface. The warmer weather makes this a comfortable time of the year to go whale watching with clearer skies and gentler winds than during the winter. Minke whales, humpback whales, sperm whales, and northern bottlenose whales are all seen in Iceland in July. Whale watching tours offer a great opportunity for sightings of these great mammals. Try an unforgettable three-hour whale-watching boat tour with a transfer from Reykjavik harbor.

Can you visit glaciers in Iceland in July?

Yes, many of Iceland's glaciers are actually only accessible during the summer because of the extreme cold and wind conditions during the winter. There are a lot of options available when it comes to glacier hiking tours in July, whether you want something short and easy or something more adventurous.

Does it get dark in July in Iceland?

Even after the sun sets in July, it still stays bright outside throughout the short night. This makes July a great time to explore the countryside. If you're a light sleeper, make sure to pack an eye mask so the midnight sun doesn't keep you up all night!

Can you see the northern lights in July in Iceland?

No, the northern lights are not visible during July in Iceland. Long hours of darkness over the winter bring much better opportunities to see the northern lights. However, July is the perfect time to be amazed by the midnight sun. The sun never fully sets during this month, creating a different night sky phenomenon. A spectacular canvas of bright colors can adorn the sky during this time of the year.