Self drive tours are multi-day excursions across Iceland where you follow a pre-arranged travel itinerary based on your own choices of attractions and activities. Self drive tours provide an unequalled level of autonomy as you set your own pace and embark on the holiday of your choosing, adding as many tours and activities as you see fit. One of the great benefits of a self drive tour is 24/7 contact with a personal travel advisor, ensuring a level of expertise and security throughout your journey.
Where do Golden Circle tours take me?
The Golden Circle is Iceland's most famous sightseeing route and is comprised of three main attractions; Þingvellir National Park, Haukadalur geothermal valley and Gullfoss waterfall. Þingvellir is Iceland's only UNESCO World Heritage and is found within a forty minutes drive from Iceland's capital, Reykjavík. Haukadalur is home to the famous hot springs Strokkur and Geysir.
When is the best time to go on northern lights tours?
The summer in Iceland, which starts in May and ends in August, is the time of the midnight sun which provides 24 hours of effective daylight at the season's peak. Because darkness is needed to see the northern lights, they are, therefore, best viewed between September and April.
What are the benefits of taking a sightseeing tour?
By partaking in an organised sightseeing tour, you can sit back and relax while you are transported to some of Iceland’s most beloved visitor attractions. Moreover, during organised tours, you'll be accompanied by an experienced and professional guide capable of providing fascinating facts and deep insight into Iceland’s history, culture and geology.
What is the appeal of snowmobile tours?
Snowmobile tours balance incredible sightseeing opportunities and adrenaline-fuelled action. Whizzing and carving your way across some of Iceland’s most staggering ice caps, you'll be exposed to incredible views, intricate ice sculptures and crevasses, and you'll experience the incontestable thrill of speed.