Iceland Adventure Tours
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Iceland has so many exciting active touring options for such a small country. Here’s just a small sampling of what we can arrange for you, as part of your personalized Iceland adventure experience.
- South Shore - Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, ice cave, Diamond Beach, basalt columns of Reynisfjara
- Highlands at Landmannalaugur geo-thermal area
- Golden Circle - Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss and Geysir
- Snaefellsnes Peninsula, named the ultimate winter destination by Travel & Leisure
- Lake Myvatn in North Iceland - lava fields, volcanic craters, peaceful lakes, photogenic mountains, Myvatn Nature baths, caving at Vatnshellir Cave
- Northern Lights hunts throughout Iceland (fall, winter and spring)
Group Size: Minimum 2
Days of operation and seasonality varies by tour – please inquire for more information about the tour you are interested in.
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Be enchanted by the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, picked as the best winter destination in Europe. On this unforgettable two-day tour you’ll soak up the spectacular views of Snæfellsjökull glacier, walk on the black pebble beach of Djúpalónssandur, witness Europe’s most powerful hot spring and get in touch with diverse Icelandic nature. To make things more exciting, be prepared to knock the Northern Lights off your bucket list!
From ISK44,990 (apx. US$370) per person
This magnificent tour will take you to some of Iceland’s most beautiful sights, making it ideal for people who want to get a quick taste of the land of fire and ice. Travel the famous Golden Circle route, which includes the historic Thingvellir National Park, the fascinating Geysir Geothermal area and the majestic Gullfoss waterfall and a stop for a relaxing soak in Iceland’s oldest geothermal swimming pool. Take in the dramatic Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, the sublime Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and the Diamond Beach, along with the jet-black sands and spectacular basalt columns of Reynisfjara. It is guaranteed to be a magical experience that will provide you with memories that will last a lifetime.
From ISK49,990 (apx. US$410) per person
Venture into other-worldly landscapes along Iceland’s south coast. Lace up your hiking boots for close encounters with the wonders of Icelandic nature. Explore the South Coast with its iconic waterfalls and black sand beaches, and be the first to step into a blue ice cave of Europe’s largest icecap. To top it all off, we’ll have ample moments to hunt the magical, ever-elusive Northern Lights!
From ISK54,990 (apx. US$452) per person
Discover the iconic south coast with its famous waterfalls, black sand beaches, glacier lagoons and other fantastic locations. Explore the wonderful Highlands at Landmannalaugur geo-thermal area. You’ll explore ice caves on Europe’s largest glacier, embark on a full-day expedition to the beautiful Highlands, then soak in a natural geothermal pool. It can’t get any better than this!
From ISK93,990 (apx. US$770) per person
This tour is a winning combination of activities, the best action-packed three days in Iceland ever! See the most famous sights and stunning natural wonders, visit a natural ice cave, cross great volcanic landscapes, see legendary waterfalls, the otherworldly icebergs at Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon and the Diamond Beach in Vatnajökull National Park.
From ISK73,990 (apx. US$608) per person
This is the perfect 4-day itinerary to get you inspired with stunning vistas and the most extraordinary locations and sights Iceland has to offer. Explore the best of both worlds by combining the magical South Coast of Iceland with the mysterious Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Visiting Iceland is an adventure from start to finish! This tour combines grand waterfalls, gushing hot springs, fishing villages, small towns, gleaming glaciers, and dramatic mountains.
From ISK94,990 (apx. US$781) per person
Travel the country from the west to the east, discovery raw rural landscapes of Iceland with lava deserts and leftover moraine, hike on a glacier and marvel at the biggest hot spring in Europe. During the first half of this exuberant trip, you’ll indulge in a soak in a hot spring, challenge your strength against the Vikings of old, and explore captivating Snæfellsnes peninsula. On the second part of the trip, discover the very south of Iceland. There, waterfalls Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss roar with unimaginable power, remnants of trolls are to be found at the iconic black sand beach of Reynisfjara where they hide behind basalt sea stacks, and the world-famous luminescent icebergs in Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon cast an otherworldly glow.
From ISK109,990 (apx. US$905) per person
This magical 4-day combo tour will take you on a journey of exploration through northern Iceland, encompassing beautiful lava fields, a host of volcanic craters, peaceful lakes, photogenic mountains and more. Choose from a few optional activities, such as bathing in the Myvatn Nature baths or caving at Vatnshellir Cave. If you want to see all the magic that North Iceland has to offer, then this is the ideal tour for you.
From ISK99,990 (apx. US$822) per person
This all-encompassing tour includes exploration of both the North and South of beautiful Iceland! Take in the outstanding natural attractions of volcanic landscapes, glistening glacier lagoons, boiling geothermal springs, and captivating ice caves, passing some of the largest waterfalls in Europe on your way to the magical Vatnajökull Glacier. Visit some uniquely colorful villages; age-old turf houses and ancient churches, see national parks and to top it all off, we will go on a whale watching and sea angling adventure, try local craft beer on a visit to a microbrewery and should you want, take an optional soak in the warm geothermal waters of Myvatn Nature Baths.
From ISK137,990 (apx. US$1,135) per person
Our five-day tour from West to East is a great way to explore some of the most staggering and coveted sights in Iceland. Snaefellsnes Peninsula, named the ultimate winter destination by Travel & Leisure, invites you on a journey through unique and offbeat rural landscapes. Besides, the South Coast is a sightseeing paradise with a vast amount of marvels: waterfalls, glaciers, national parks, and black volcanic beaches – sights that’ll take your breath away.
From ISK144,990 (apx. US$1,192) per person
The very best of sensational Iceland in just 7 days. We will show you the most stunning and legendary places as we travel around the Ring Road, that circles the island … from great waterfalls to Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, the Golden Circle, an erupting geysir and Snæfellsnes Peninsula. Whale watching, glacier hiking, ice caves, hot springs, steaming geothermal areas, Northern Lights and much more.
From ISK214,990 (apx. US$1,767) per person
Get off the beaten path to catch the Northern Lights! Enjoy the city lights of Reykjavik before you head out into the countryside to see the Northern Lights. This tour is ideal for travelers looking to see all the diverse landscapes the country has to offer! Strap on your hiking boots as we travel the Golden Circle, hike impressive volcanoes, and trek across glaciers. We take you out to sea to hunt the aurora borealis, go whale watching and try your hand at sea angling. Make the most of your time in Iceland with these bucket-list adventures!
From ISK239,990 (apx. US$1,973) per person
- Pick-up from select Reykjavik accommodation
- Transportation with professional driver/guide
- Accommodation on tour, with private facilities
- Breakfast daily at hotel, except on day 1
- Activities as listed for each tour
- Airfare to/from Iceland
- Supplement for single use of accommodation
- Rental of equipment: hiking boots, waterproof jacket or pants, luggage storage
- Optional tours or activities
- Travel insurance
- Gratuities to local guides
- Items of a personal nature
Disclaimer: We do our utmost to ensure that information posted on our website is correct at the time of publication, however trip details are subject to change without notice by the suppliers and operators involved. We update the information as soon as possible when changes are advised to us, however, we cannot assume responsibility for such changes made by the suppliers and operators.