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FAQ

A propos des voyages d'aventure en Islande

Les voyages d'aventure en Islande sont des voyages avec excursions guidées vous permettant de faire l’expérience d’activités lors de votre voyage. L’Islande est connue pour être une destination d’aventure, testez alors l’une de ces activités : randonnée sur glacier, snorkeling, visite d’une grotte de glace et bien d’autres..

1. Qu’est-ce qu’un voyage d’aventure à Guide to Iceland ?

Il s’agit d’un voyage avec visites guidées en groupe mêlant visites des sites naturels et activités d’aventure.

2. Où se déroulent les voyages d’aventure en Islande ?

Les voyages peuvent se réaliser dans la plupart des régions en Islande.

3. Quelle est la meilleure période pour faire un voyage d’aventure en Islande ?

Cela dépend des activités et paysages souhaités : si vous souhaitez visiter une grotte de glace, voir des aurores boréales alors venez plutôt en hiver. Si vous souhaitez faire du rafting ou bien voir des macareux et profiter du soleil de minuit alors venez en été en Islande.

4. Est-ce qu’il y a des voyages d’aventure en hiver ?

Oui, il y a des voyages d’aventure en été comme en hiver en Islande.

5. Peut-on visiter une grotte de glace lors d’un voyage aventure ?

Les voyages proposés en hiver proposent généralement de rejoindre une visite de grotte de glace au Myrdalsjokull ou Vatnajokull.

6. Quel équipement prévoir pour un voyage d’aventure en Islande ?

En général, prévoyez des vêtements chauds, imperméables et coupe-vent et des chaussures de randonnée montantes pour faire des activités d’aventure en Islande. Vous trouverez plus de détail dans la section “A emporter avec vous” sur les pages des voyages.

7. Est ce que les enfants peuvent rejoindre ces voyages d'aventure ?

La plupart des voyages d'aventure sont accessibles aux enfants à partir de 8 ans. Certaines activités à ajouter en option peuvent cependant avoir un âge minimum plus restreint. C'est notamment le cas du snorkeling qui est possible à partir de 16 ans. Nous vous invitons à consulter le détails sur la page du voyage.

8. Est-ce que les hébergements sont compris dans les voyages d'aventure ?

Oui, les hébergements sont compris dans les voyages. Nous vous invitons à consulter la section comprend / ne comprend pas sur la page du voyage pour plus d'information.

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Nous sommes partis en Islande du 31 décembre au 06 janvier. Beau voyage bien organisé dans l’ensemble avec des guides sympas, patients et attentifs. Quelques petites infos qui peuvent vous être utiles : - On a utilisé 1000 € à 2 pour les repas de midi et du soir et ramener des souvenirs pour la famille. - Dans beaucoup d’endroits on peut payer en euros et ils rendent la monnaie en couronne islandaise. - Les portables passent partout. - WiFi gratuit partout et même dans les petits bus. - Radiateur chaud dans la chambre dans presque tous les hôtels (on lave le soir et le matin c’est sec !). - Si vous achetez pour 6 000 ISK de souvenirs dans une même boutique, à l’aéroport il y a un guichet où on vous rembourse la TVA (14%) dans votre monnaie ! - Blue Lagoon le matin à 8h00 c’est bien. Il fait encore nuit, ça donne une ambiance sympa et il y a très peu de monde. - La grotte de glace c’est joli mais 80 touristes dans un espace qui peut en contenir… 80, ça fait trop ! Espérons qu’ils vont en prendre conscience et mieux s’organiser à l’avenir. - Les lieux où ont été tournées des scènes de Games of Thrones, les drones sont interdits. - Même en hiver… il peut pleuvoir ! Le 31 décembre : - Les bus ne roulent pas ! - Il est impossible de manger sans avoir réservé à l’avance. - Pas la peine d’arriver tôt en centre-ville pour le feu d’artifice, 23h c’est bien suffisant. En vous souhaitant de bonnes vacances… Christian

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7 jours organisés hiver | Découverte du Grand Est avec vol vers Reykjavík

4.6 : note générale | 9 avis

7 jours organisés hiver | Découverte du Grand Est avec vol vers Reykjavík

Excellent tour, très bien organisé. Un bon moyen de voir beaucoup de choses en peu de temps et d'optimiser les heures de jour en hiver. Hébergements très corrects. Seul le minibus un peu rudimentaire, mais c'est un détail. Et surtout un grand bravo et merci à notre guide Kristian pour sa compétence, son efficacité et sa gentillesse. Je recommande ce circuit

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10 jours d’aventure | Hautes Terres en hiver et grotte de glace

4.9 : note générale | 12 avis

10 jours d’aventure | Hautes Terres en hiver et grotte de glace

Bonjour à tous, Nous avons réservé ce voyage très à l'avance, environ 8 à 9 mois. Le jour J est arrivé et nous avons à fond profité de ce voyage juste extraordinaire. Durant ces quelques jours en Islande, nous avons eu pas mal de malchance. Beaucoup de séjours annulés à cause du temps. Cependant, GuideToIceland a été au TOP ! Notre agent a su tout de suite rebondir sur ces événements et nous trouver des alternatives plus que satisfaisantes. Et oui, on a goûté aux météos Nordique :D Enfin voilà, un très grand merci à cette agence de voyage que l'on recommande fortement ! Professionnel et honnête sont les deux mots qui qualifierait selon nous le mieux GuideToIceland!!

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Ce fut un séjour inoubliable! Des paysages magnifique, un séjour bien organisé, les islandais sympathiques, bref des étoiles pleins les yeux! Merci pour l'organisation :-)

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Experience fantastique surtout la randonnee dans les glaciers oú on doit passer au dela de nos peurs

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Voyage été 6 jours vers le Sud de l'Islande et Snaefellsnes

4.8 : note générale | 20 avis

Voyage été 6 jours vers le Sud de l'Islande et Snaefellsnes

We had an awesome time in Iceland thanks to the coordination of tours and accommodation provided by Guide to Iceland. The Troll Expedition Golden Circle tour guided by Hugi was phenomenal; as was the 2 day Southern Coast tour guided by Lisa. The Snaefellsnes Peninsula tour on April 25, 2018 was led by a guide who did not share much information nor stop at all of the places described in the itinerary. Of course the Blue Lagoon was amazing, and Reykjavík was a delightful city to explore. I would highly recommend this adventure to anyone!

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Our tour was in early March 2018. We were lucky with the weather and it was beautiful every day. The tour was easy to setup up just note the communications might not be immediate depending on time zone (I am in US). It did not affect any of the travel. I recommend at your hotel to ask where the tour buses pick up passengers. Ours was not clear and our guide Sveinbjorn had to search us out. Sveinbjorn was a fantastic guide. Was a safe driver and could definitely relax and watch the scenery without worry. He takes pride in his country and enjoys talking about it with a passion. He made sure were on time and had it set where we arrived earlier at places then other tour groups which made it easy for us to get around. If the place was dangerous he made sure the group knew (multiple times). What I liked is I learned more about Iceland from him then any other resource. Now more about the trip. Each day we were on the road by 8 local time so the day starts early. All the hotels were nice and there were some brand new ones. A travel note is once you are at a hotel expect to be there and no other exploring since they are isolated. I personally was nervous about hiking the glacier but our guide (did not remember his name) kept me at ease and it was a great experience. The ice caves were fantastic and a lot of it was due to our guide Faye. She kept us entertained and played Icelandic rock music for us. All the places we stopped were interesting and we were glad we did the extended tours to the east side of the island (away from most of the tourists). I think my only frustrating thing was the end of the tour from Akureyri back to Reykjavík. We did not spend any time in Akureyri because our plane left about 11:00am local time. Might have been nice to seen more of Akureyri. And once we arrived back in Reykjavík we assumed there would be transportation since the tour asked where we were staying once we got back in Reykjavík but we had to find it ourselves. Plenty of taxis just be aware. I recommend a new visitor to the island to use a tour company and I think you will enjoy your stay

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We joined the 8-day tour with our guide Svein in March, hunting for amazing Aurora and beautiful landscapes. In the end, I left my camera on the minibus. Svein was so kind to send it back to me. I was really appreciate it.

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We completed this tour in March 2018 and our tour guide was Hildigunnur(Hildi). The whole tour was an amazing experience from start to finish. Our wonderful guide Hildi was a great ambassador for her country and ensured that we not only enjoyed the trip but also received a great insight into the history, culture and geography of Iceland. Nothing was too much trouble for her as she would help us with scheduled or unscheduled stops for photos, trying local produce and understand in local folklore. The trip was well planned with convenient stops and lovely accommodation. The atmosphere which Hildi created was one of comfort and relaxation while enjoying some unbelievable scenery. We enjoyed not having to rush which we would have done if we did day tours from Reykjavik. All in all a great tour with an excellent, caring and fun tour guide.

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Ragnheiður was a fun and great guide with an amazingly positive attitude and we enjoyed the trip immensely. She kept us very comfortable and made the most of our time with good pacing of the viewpoints and visits with plenty of rest-stops in between. The sights were all well picked and provided a wonderful view into the natural treasures of Iceland. Very happy with the tour and our wonderful guide Ragnheiður.

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This was a great trip, Francisco at Guide to Iceland was a great help and answered a whole bunch of random questions from us over the course of planning our trip. All of the tours and accommodations went nice and smoothly. We went with the mid-range hotel options and were placed in the Hotel Klettur in Reykjavik which was an awesome location. It was just a 2 or 3 block walk down to the main shopping/dining street and all of the tour buses picked us up right in front of the hotel (as opposed to meeting at a bus stop like it seemed some of the other hotels had to do). Our kids had really pushed for the high-end hotel option, but I think we picked the right one - we didn't fly to Iceland to have a fancy hotel experience after all. We went on 2 over night trips with Troll Expeditions. The buses were nice, though the "south coast tour" involved a lot more time sitting in the bus than I expected (we were driving through a nasty storm both days) but was worth it. I think the only mistake we made was opting for the northern lights by boat trip. We had figured that a boat would have more freedom to move around and find clear skies, but we basically motored out of the harbor and then made a couple of big circles in the same place for a while, all the time socked in by clouds. I think we'll try a mini-bus northern lights tour on our next visit, other travelers generally gave them more positive reviews.

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It was a wonderful experience. The tour guide of my trip was excellent and knowledgeable. We made good friends and so as the other members of our trip. We saw beautiful aurora in two nights at our hotels. The last day in Akureyri is a bit disappointing due to the accomodation. Point to note is that the 6 days 7 days and 8 days tour were grouped together. I could recommend an 8 days tour so that you do not have to take a flight from Akureyri back to Reykjavik. Instead you could travel to the west a bit and back to Reykjavik by the bus.

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We had a wonderful 6 day tour with Ragnheiður. She is a fantastic guide, giving us extra time at places and showing us special places not on the itinerary. Our group of 9 bonded well, in part by our guide and we had a lot of fun seeing the sights of such a beautiful country, taking selfies, playing in the snow, exploring ice caves, hiking up a glacier...the list goes on! The accommodations were fantastic and really added to the experience. We were also fortunate to see the aurora which was a highlight of the trip. I had a wonderful trip and many stories to take home.

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This was the greatest tour ever. Everyone that I interacted with at Guide to Iceland was awesome and helpful. Our driver and guide for this tour was Sigurður G Viðarsson. He was absolutely amazing. Right from the start he made it fell less like a tour with strangers and more of a road trip with friends. Siggi took care of us the entire trip and shared multiple stories of Iceland which kept us entertained. We were able to see a lot of sights everyday due to his excellent driving and we always felt safe with him on the wheel no matter how rough the weather got. Siggi always made stops for us to use the restroom, for lunch or if anyone of us had a special request. The tour with him always felt smooth and not rushed. At all sights we had ample time to take photos and to relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery. He even lead the group to the waterfall Dettifoss as the path was full of snow and he hiked up Hverfjall with us and helped us whenever it got difficult. The hotel accommodation provided was excellent with most of them having hot pools to relax in after a long day of walking and taking pictures. All the accommodation provided were far from the city lights which made them excellent for viewing the Northern Lights. Pro tip – Once its past 10 just head to the open hot pool, get in and look up. The warm water around your body and the dancing lights above will be an experience you won’t forget. I opted for the Glacier Hike and Ice Cave activities. Unfortunately due to strong winds the hike was cancelled. Siggi took us to the parking lot from where the hike originates and let us out to stretch our legs. The wind was so powerful that it was hard to walk 100m to take the photo of the glacier. I can’t imagine what would have happened if we had to go on the hike. I am glad that they cancelled the hike for our safety. Two thumbs up to the team for making the right call. We were lucky with Ice cave the next day as the weather mellowed down. Our guide Faye was very informative and kept us safe at all times. Whenever there was a difficult path she was always there to guide and lend a hand. She told us all about how the caves are formed and answered all our questions. She even gave us tips to get good photos and took some for us. Instead of getting a refund for the Glacier Hike I opted for another activity. I walked into the nearest Guide to Iceland office and was assisted by Emilia. She brought out her laptop and helped me select a more suitable activity. I was credited for the cancelled hike and only had to pay the price difference. She was patient and helpful during the entire process. I would recommend Guide to Iceland to everyone and will be taking their tour the next time I come to Iceland. Hopefully soon.

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Vacances hiver 7 jours|Grotte de glace et aurores polaires

4.6 : note générale | 33 avis

Vacances hiver 7 jours|Grotte de glace et aurores polaires

I’ve just got back from a 7 day winter vacation, Northern lights & Ice cave tour by Guide to Iceland. I just wanted to give my feedback on my service agent, Embla, who handled everything for me. From when she sent me the first email introducing herself, no questions were too silly and she was always quick to respond. Even when I was on my tour and I had a problem I could email her and she would respond and sort things out very quickly, I mean the only problem I really had was my northern lights tour one evening was cancelled and Embla rebooked me on another one. There were absolutely no problems whilst booking with Guide to Iceland and Embla. The whole itinerary was well thought out and jam packed with the best of the South and West. Our first guide Maria for our two day trip was amazing, she showed us so many things and engaged with us the whole way. Nothing was too much trouble. Our full golden circle tour was with another guide from the same company Troll Expeditions and he was also very good, giving us a lot of local information and tales. Unfortunately for our 2 day ice cave and south tour we had a guide from Aurora Hunters who didn’t seem very friendly at all, from when he made the pick-ups in the morning he just didn’t seem as friendly as the others. Every stop was given a time limit, which actually wasn’t as necessary and then we didn’t have enough time to actually look around. On one stop at a gas station he wanted us to have lunch at 11.30, there was such a queue of people inside, many of us didn’t have anything due to the queue and not being hungry. Even though there were many stops along the way, he didn’t want to stop. He changed out itinerary slightly so we did the blue ice caves on our first day which was fine but that meant we had more time the following day but this was rushed. We stopped in Vik for a bathroom break and that was only half an hour, so we didn’t actually get to explore the place too much although we went further up the coast to the black sand beach and other areas. Apart from this guide, everything else was perfect, I was a solo traveller but the people that were on each tour made the trip great. I was booked into the Eyja Guldsmeden Hotel in Reykjavik for the main base, and this hotel was lovely. They gave me a lovely room every time I came back and the tea and coffee was on tap, even though it wasn’t in the rooms but that was fine. The hotel staff are really friendly and accommodating. They have a small menu for food every day, it is the same every day and the menu is limited. Most days when coming back from trips I would just eat there so had the burger with wedges, it was lovely but maybe their menu could do with a little more. I was told I could get a welcome pack from City Hall so on the day that I landed I thought I would seek it out as I wouldn’t have time any other day, unfortunately I was slightly disappointed that I had trekked all that way just to receive a folder with a map (which I already had) 4 postcards and a sim card to use whilst there. Bit disappointed in that, was expecting a bit more considering what I had paid for the trip. But despite the one not great tour guide and the welcome pack I would definitely book with Guide to Iceland again.

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