based on 6 nights inc. flights & selected experiences
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Price based on two people sharing.
Admire the other-worldly landscapes of remote Northern Iceland
Explore the picturesque city of Reykjavik and discover its charming colourful buildings
Marvel at some of Iceland's most iconic sights in the renowned Golden Circle
With snorkelling or hiking in the summer and snowshoeing or hunting for the Northern Lights in the winter, this is the ideal year-round itinerary
Discover the fantastic sights of the lesser-visited Diamond Circle, including thundering waterfalls and vast lakes
Nordic climate - May, June and July are the driest months of the year. Mid-June to August is high season, but most highland tours don’t operate until July because of snow. At other times, many tourist facilities outside Reykjavík are closed. For a chance to see the Northern Lights travel between December and April and for whale-watching, the spring and summer are best.
Explore magical Iceland from coast to coast, taking in the iconic highlights of the south before travelling to the captivating north, which boasts an equally impressive offering and allows visitors to get off-the-beaten-track in the great Icelandic wilderness. Discover incredible scenery and spell-binding landscapes throughout Iceland and get under the skin of this fascinating country.
Begin your Icelandic adventure in the south, where geysers, lava fields and waterfalls instantly spring to mind. Unique geological formations are found in abundance, and the ever-changing scenery is simply breathtaking. After soaking in the healing waters of the Blue Lagoon, you'll be driven south to Hotel Ranga, your base while exploring this part of the country.
Discover the famed south coast with your private guide, where you'll marvel at black sand beaches, thundering waterfalls and fascinating rock formations. Visit the huge Sólheimajökull glacier where you'll have the chance to hike across the ice as you take in the incredible scenery, before returning to Hotel Ranga to sit under the Midnight Sun in the summer or spot the Northern Lights during the winter months.
Following two nights in the south, return north, where the delights of the Golden Circle await. Undoubtedly Iceland's most famous attraction, the Golden Circle is comprised of Thingvellir National Park, the vast Gullfoss waterfall and the geothermal hot springs at the eponymous Geysir. Admire these true natural wonders before flying to Iceland's second city, Akureyri, where your journey through the north begins.
Continue north along the breathtaking Troll Peninsula to Siglo Hotel and Siglufjordur, a charming fishing village on Iceland's north coast, surrounded by spectacular fjords. Here you can spend your time hiking nearby, venture out on a boat to spot whales or simply relax and enjoy exploring this picturesque village. Get to know the traditional Iceland before returning south and spending your final night in the capital city.
You’ll spend your last night in Reykjavik, where you’ll have the chance to explore Iceland’s charming capital city. Wander through Reykjavik's colourful streets and admire local landmarks such as the impressive Hallgrimskirkja church and the elegant Harpa concert hall. Sample a taste of Icelandic fine dining in one of Reykjavik’s superb restaurants and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of this beautiful city.
One of the world's most unique spas, Iceland's Blue Lagoon is an outdoor, geo-thermally heated spa providing an amazing experience that cannot be missed when visiting Iceland.
If adventure is high on your holiday checklist, hiking on one of Iceland's monumental glaciers is a must. An immense wonderland of ice sculptures, ridges and deep crevasses await discovery!
A true natural wonder, Lake Myvatn is an other-worldly landscape of natural hot springs, volcanic craters and bubbling mud pools. The ever-changing scenery of the lake is simply breathtaking and a must-see in Northern Iceland.
On this amazing guided jeep safari you will see the South Shore’s most treasured natural sights, including impressive waterfalls, epic landscapes, as well as its black lava sand beaches and dunes.
Iceland's ruggedly beautiful and tectonically active landscape offers some amazing natural attractions, known as the "Golden Circle". These include the Gullfoss waterfall, Strokkur Geysir and Thingvellir National Park.
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