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dotyczące zimowych pakietów wycieczkowych

Dzięki tym pakietom możesz eksplorować zimowe islandzkie krajobrazy i wziąć udział w ekscytujących aktywnościach takich jak polowanie na zorzę polarną czy eksplorowanie jaskini lodowej. Wszystkie transfery, wycieczki i zakwaterowanie są zaplanowane więc nie musisz się martwić o organizację swojego wyjazdu.

1. Gdzie zobaczę zorzę polarną zimą na Islandii?

Możesz zobaczyć zorzę polarną na Islandii dosłownie wszędzie pod warunkiem, że niebo jest ciemne, a chmury nie zakrywają aktywności słońca. Będzie widoczniejsza z dala od sztucznego światła miast, więc zdecydowanie polecamy wybrać się poza granice miejscowości, gdzie w spokoju i pośród pięknego krajobrazu zobaczysz tańczące nad sobą “światła północy”. W ramach zimowych pakietów zapewniamy zakwaterowanie również poza stolicą - Reykjavikiem, dzięki czemu będziesz mieć więcej możliwości do polowania na zorzę polarną.

2. Kiedy, w jakich miesiącach, zobaczę na Islandii zorzę polarną?

Możesz podziwiać zorzę polarną na Islandii od połowy sierpnia do końca kwietnia, kiedy zrobi się ciemno. Nie zobaczysz jej w maju, czerwcu, lipcu czy na początku sierpnia ponieważ noce są zbyt jasne.

3. Czy mogę zarezerwować zimowy pakiet na święta Bożego Narodzenia albo na Nowy Rok?

Tak, zimowe pakiety są dostępne w trakcie Bożego Narodzenia i Nowego Roku. Pamiętaj jednak, że to wyjątkowo popularny czas dlatego rekomendujemy zrobienie rezerwacji najszybciej jak to możliwe, aby otrzymać najlepsze ceny i miejsca.

4. Jakie buty muszę zabrać ze sobą w trakcie wycieczki do jaskini lodowej?

Porządne “górskie” buty mocno trzymające kostkę.

5. Czy mogę wynająć zimowe ubrania?

Tak, możesz. Większość operatorów zajmujących się wycieczkami na lodowiec wynajmuje buty oraz ubrania z Gangleri i Outfitters.

6. Czy są jakieś obostrzenia w związku z zabieraniem bagażu w ramach 2-3 dniowej wycieczki minibusem?

Tak, możesz zabrać ze sobą bagaż podręczny, który będzie pasował do schowka w busie. Walizka nie może być większa niż standardowy bagaż podręczny w liniach lotniczych. Standardowa walizka kabinowa posiada max. 56 cm długości, 45 cm szerokości i 25 cm głębokości. Możesz pozostawić dodatkowy bagaż w swoim hotelu w Reykjaviku, w schowku za niewielką opłatą lub w miejscach takich jak dworzec BSI, gdzie znajdziesz przechowalnię.

7. W jakich językach mówi przewodnik?

Wszyscy przewodnicy mówią świetnie po angielsku. Dodatkowo większość z nich także po islandzku, duńsku, francusku, niemiecku czy hiszpańsku.

8. Ile czasu spędzimy w każdej lokalizacji?

Wszystko zależy do wycieczki, lokalizacji, pogody i samej grupy. Pamiętaj jednak, że przewodnik zawsze bierze pod uwagę wszystkie czynniki łącznie z planem podróży i potrzebami samych podróżnych.

9. Jak wiele osób bierze zazwyczaj udział w tych wycieczkach?

Wycieczki startujące z Reykjaviku i trwając 2-3 dni są obsługiwane minibusami, a więc może w nich wziąć udział 12-19 osób.

10. Co się stanie jeżeli przylecę za późno albo nie dam rady wziąć udziału w wycieczce ze względu na warunki pogodowe albo zamknięte drogi?

Jeżeli drogi są zamknięte dołożymy wszelkich starań aby pomóc Ci w zaaranżowaniu nowego planu. Niestety nasze możliwości są ściśle związane z dostępnością hoteli i wycieczek. Jeżeli niezbędna będzie rezerwacja nowego hotelu albo wycieczki, mogą pojawić się dodatkowe koszty, ale zawsze staramy się dokonywać zmian bez obciążenia klienta.

11. Czy moje zakwaterowanie może być zorganizowane w Keflaviku przed albo po wycieczce, i czy zostanę stamtąd odebrany/przywieziony?

Oferujemy jedynie bezpośredni transfer z międzynarodowego lotniska w Keflaviku do Twojego zakwaterowania w Reykjaviku. Możesz zatrzymać się w Keflaviku, najlepiej w miejscu, które oferuje transfer na lotnisko. Inną opcją jest wybranie taksówki, której koszty nie są zawarte w żadnym pakiecie. Pamiętaj również, że w trakcie zimy transfer z międzynarodowego lotniska w Keflaviku, w porównaniu do lata, jest bardziej ograniczony.

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Jest to na pewno dobra opcja dla kogoś, kto nie ma ochoty samemu prowadzic samochodu po oblodzonych drogach i jest pierwszy raz na Islandii. Przewodniczka po jaskini lodowcowej - Agi - rewelacyjna, a sama jaskinia przepiękna. Idealne miejsce do robienia zdjęc i zobaczenia chociaż kawałka interioru:)

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Wycieczka bardzo udana - esencja Islandii w trzy dni. Ze względu, że na wyspie byliśmy tylko cztery dni zdecydowaliśmy się na taką formę zwiedzania i nie żałujemy. Szczególnie, że jazda wypożyczonym samochodem w ciągu zimy nie jest najlepszym pomysłem - widzieliśmy kilka samochodów, które wylądowały w rowie. Na ogólną ocenę na pewno wpływa pogoda, którą cały czas była znakomita, co w tym okresie jest rzadkością (listopad). Po tej wyciecze wiem, gdzie następnym razem pojechać samemu na dłużej :).

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Overall, it was a fantastic 3 day tour . Although the weather is changeable, our tour guide Heimir rearrange the order of the stops flexibly to make sure we could join both glacier hiking , ice cave and other spots. To be honest, I felt a little disappointed about the glacier hiking due to the time we staying on the glacier. The time was quite short but I thought is was disrpted by the bad weather. The storm came right away when we arrived the parking lot. As for ice cave, we were really lucky to see a quite big and beautiful one . And we had enough time to take pictures in the cave and there were only our group. We finished these two activities on the second day because the weather was awful on the third day. Besides, we were unlucky that it wasn’t the right time to see the dimonds on the beach ,which I eager to see, however; our gide Heimir took us to another place th see the dimonds near the glacier . Dimonds there were really spectacular and was one of my favorite spots in Iceland . To conclude, I felt thankful for the all arrangement of our guide , or we might miss those activities and amazing sceneries if I we went by ourselves . I definitely satisfy this 3 day tour!

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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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I really want to take the time to write a proper review for this awesome tour. I just got back home to the USA last night, and am off again tomorrow on a business trip to TX, so this has to be brief right now! It's not difficult to give this tour 5 stars ! Our guide, Olafur Valtyr Rognvaldsson (better and more easily known as OLI) was awesome! He kept us entertained throughout the tour, and was a font of all knowledge relating to Iceland and its heritage. He was also our driver (we did not have both a driver and a guide, Oli did double duty) and we felt very safe with him driving through the snow and rain. I was glad I was not driving in that! Our minibus seated 20, and there were 18 of us on the tour, so it was a little snug in the bus, but not too bad. (The worst part was the couple who kept eating dried fish - the smell of very fishy dried fish in a warm bus was a little nauseating to say the least!) Oli was pretty good at keeping us on schedule, and was very flexible in moving things around so that we were able to see all the major sites in reasonably good weather. We did the Ice Cave Walk on the second day rather than the third day to take advantage of the fact that it was the end of the season and it would be closing on our last day. We also went to a different glacier from the original one on our schedule because the snow was coming down thick and fast on the one we were supposed to climb and it would not have been a pleasant trek. We had an awesome guide for the glacier walk - he made sure we were all safe, and gave us lots of information about the glacier. We also had the opportunity to sample nature's 'champagne' - 700yr old crystal clear ice! Big G (our guide) climbed up a ways to hack out some clean and clear ice for us to try. We were glad of it at that point, as the climb up the glacier left us all hot and sweaty, despite the cool weather! All of the areas we visited were outstanding. The waterfalls, the beaches, the national parks were spectacular and we had plenty of time at each to enjoy the sites. The Geyser was interesting ... I expected something like Old Faithful, but it was a much tamer version! Still fun, though! One of the most fun parts of the trip was when Oli took us to a 'secret' waterfall - we waded through a stream and climbed over rocks to get through an opening and when we entered through the gap in the rocks, there was a fantastic waterfall hidden from the road. Really cool way to end our tour! Oli also took us to see the Icelandic horses, which wasn't technically a part of the tour, but was a testament to his flexibility and him wanting us to have a great experience. He also pointed out a great place to see the Aurora, but unfortunately, we had cloud both nights and so we were not able to view that natural phenomenon. Although we were there at the beginning of April, it was still pretty chilly in the mornings and evenings, and when the wind blew it was bitingly cold! I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the two hotels we stayed in. Both were very clean, and while the rooms were small, modern and minimalist, they were very comfortable. Be warned, though, that the food in the hotels is VERY expensive! We were a captive audience at the first hotel and dinner was $US44 a person - a small bbq chicken breast, three boiled potatoes and a scoop of boiled vegetables!! Tasty, but extortionately priced for what really could only be described as Diner food. The second hotel, in Hofn, was expensive too, but the food was stellar and much better value than the first hotel. Regardless, both hotels were very nice and food in Iceland is very expensive everywhere. The breakfasts in both hotels were very nice and you could certainly eat a substantial amount to keep you going throughout the day. I would, without a shadow of doubt, recommend this tour if you want to experience Iceland at its best. Our guide, Oli, was excellent and from what I am reading from other reviews, so are all the other guides used by Aurora Hunters. But, of course, we think we got the best one!!! Thanks to Oli (Olafur Valtyr Rognvaldsson - I sure hope I spelled that correctly!) we had a fantastic trip.

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Just came back from the tour and everything was great. The whole trip was well organised and we were also very lucky with the weather .... I'm sorry to say it is of great importance. We started early and I strongly recommend to do that to beat the biggest crowds. Do double check the roads while you have Wifi as the GPS took us on a closed road and we ended up doing a little 100 km detour... We had the comfort package and all hotels were great except the last one. First five nights were all at nice clean hotels but the last one in Reykjavik was at the Fosshotel Baron, great location but not very updated or clean. Definitely not a comfort hotel but more of a budget. As many others noted food is expensive, even if you eat hamburgers and pizza. I would absolutely recommend to book with Guid to Iceland as this tour really gets yo to see the major attractions. We drove 1600 km in 5 days so get ready to drive :-)

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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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2 dni, pakiet | Jaskinia lodowa, wodospady, laguna Jokulsarlon

4.8 średnia ocena | 195 opinii

2 dni, pakiet | Jaskinia lodowa, wodospady, laguna Jokulsarlon

Wasn't sure whether a tour was the way to go but it was great. Our guide Hilmar navigated some ferocious weather expertly and then adjusted our schedule the next day when the roads closed. That let us get in all we were promised plus some bonus sites despite the delay. His stories and knowledge enhanced the trip for sure and having a driver let me concentrate on the sights. Great trip.

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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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2 dni, pakiet | Jaskinia lodowa, wodospady, laguna Jokulsarlon

4.8 średnia ocena | 195 opinii

2 dni, pakiet | Jaskinia lodowa, wodospady, laguna Jokulsarlon

Amazing tour!! We were able to see everything listed as well as some other places since we had a bit of free time. Our driver/ guide was very knowledgable and gave us a lot of history and insight into the land and culture. Very glad we chose to do it, well worth the money

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8 Day Winter Wonderland | National Parks & Ice Cave

4.6 średnia ocena | 15 opinii

8 Day Winter Wonderland | National Parks & Ice Cave

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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Guide to Iceland was excellent to work with. The tour was very well arranged, all reservations went off without a hitch. David was prompt to reschedule a tour when requested. The hotels were all top-notch, and at the IcelandAir Hotel in Vik, we clearly had the best room in the whole place. The itinerary summaries were really helpful and all of the tips and tricks were great. I highly recommend reading up on driving habits in Iceland (how to pass on 2 lane highways, right of ways for traffic circles, etc), as it is a bit different from US and other parts of Europe. The 4x4 Toyota from MyCar was nearly brand-new, had winter studded tires, and served us very well. Guide to Iceland was a great way to make a well-organized visit to Iceland. It was especially nice though to go off the list to some less crowded hikes and sites as well. Thanks!

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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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