ROUND TRIP

Private or group trips to Iceland

Introduction

This tour allows you to discover the whole of Iceland through its iconic road number one that circles the island. This tour is available for small groups (between 6-12 people) with qualified local guides who have extents Icelandic knowledge. During this tour our guide will drive you through some of Iceland’s most famous landmarks, such as: glaciers, waterfalls, icebergs, volcanoes, the iconic “Strokkur” geyser, relaxing geothermal baths, verdant landscapes and if you are luck you may spot some puffins nesting in the cliffs.

Round Trip

10 days in Iceland, All-inclusive*

Season – All year

This is our tour

Day 1

Arrival at Keflavik International Airport, located on the outskirts of Reykjavik. Private transfer to Reykjavik. Private panoramic city tour with your English speaking guide, seeing the most popular monuments of the capital.

Day 2

You guide will pick you up at your hotel and depart for Snafellsness peninsula. This peninsula is also named “celand in miniature” because of its many iconic sights that are found there. Amongst the most famous ones, you have probably heard of Snafellsjökull in Jules Verne’s novel Journey to the center of the world.
Night in Sykkishólmur.

Day 3

Departure from the small fishing town Stykkishólmur, your guide will drive you up North through some of the most uninhabited places of Iceland. We will visit a well- known farm/museum, “Glaumbar”, to go back in time and to see how they used to live back then. To end the day in the fjord called Skagafjöröur, more precisely in
the small and stunning town of Siglufjöräur.

Day 4

You will start the day driving through Eyjafjöräur, Iceland’s deepest fjord, to Akureyri, the capital of the north. After a stroll through its walking paths we continue our way to Godafoss, the fall of the Gods, one of the most beautiful falls of the country. Your quide will then take you to Myvatn, and explore the lake and its surroundings before having a relaxing warm bath in Myvatn Nature Baths to finish your journey, a well-known geotermal pools of the area.
Night in Myvatn.

Day 5

Searly morning departure, for a whale watching tour in the village of Húsavik. After this activity, your quide will head to the capital of the elves, Ásbyrgi, a Unesco world heritage site since 1962. After having lunch, the adventure continues to the most powerful fall in Europe, the impressive Dettifoss, before driving east to Egilsstadir.
Night in Egilsstadir.

Day 6

Today is powered by a drive through the immense and beautiful fiords of the east coast of the country. Through small and remote fishing villages, waterfalls and much more. You will also get your first glimpses at Europe’s biggest glacier Vatnajökull. To end the day in the breath-taking Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon.
Night in the region of Jökulsárlón.

Day 7

Transit through the south coast of the island, stopping off at some of Iceland’s most famous landmarks such as: Skaftafell national park, one of the biggest lava fields in Iceland: Eldhraun, the small village of Vík and its surroundings….

Day 8

After spending some time in the dramatic black sand beach of Reynisfjara, you will start the day with an unforgettable experience on the glacier tonque of Sólheimajökull: a glacier hike (all materiel included, beginners are more than welcome, our quide adapts to the level of the group). We will also visit the unmissable waterfalls of Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss before visiting the Lava Centre Exhibition in Hvolsvöllur.
Night in Hvolsvöllur/Hella

Day 9

Last day with your guide, who will take you through the Golden Circle, Iceland’s most famous and most iconic sites. Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir and the site of Iceland’s old parliament pingvellir National Park before heading back to Reykjavik in the late afternoon.
Night in Reykjavik.

Day 10

Private transfer to the International airport of Keflavik for your flight home.

Next departures

All Year

Prices

Group tour (6-12 persons)

Price per person 4,900 €

Includes

Guide qualified and certified by the Icelandic government, bilingual all days of the tour (English, Spanish, French).

Stay in 3 and 4 star hotels on a double room basis with private bathroom.

Chauffeur at all times with access to all activities
(including airport hotel – airport hotel transfers).

Buffet:
Breakfasts: (7:00 to 10:00) *except day 1
Dinners: Every day outside Reykjavík (7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.)

Not include

Drinks.

International flights.

Payment facilities

at your pace

To begin a reservation, an initial payment equivalent to 40% of the total amount. You can pay the remaining 60% at your own pace, settling the total value 30 days before starting your adventure.

Complete the following form to generate a payment link and start a plan tailored to you.

Complete the following form to generate a payment link and start a plan tailored to you.

Clothing for our trip to Iceland

There are so many things to do when visiting Iceland that you don’t want to miss out by not wearing appropriate clothing.

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Trench-coat

If you visit powerful waterfalls such as Skógafoss, Seljalandsfoss or Dettifoss, the mist and steam from them can quickly leave you completely soaked.

Thermal clothing

Thermal underwear, leggings (tights) and T-shirts (tight sweaters), are essential during the winter, as they provide different levels of insulation impossible to achieve otherwise.

Long sleeve shirt

When it comes to covering your torso, don’t forget the obvious pieces of clothing, like T-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, and vests.

Wool socks

There is nothing worse in the world than having cold feet. Wool is the best material for insulating heat, so make sure you bring enough pairs to last you the entire trip.

Hat, Gloves and Scarf

Believe us, they are accessories in Iceland much more than fashion accessories: they are real lifesavers, the difference between being comfortable or suffering.

Swimsuit

You may not be thinking about packing a swimsuit for a winter trip. However, on our tour it will be utility. Our tour has access to the Blue lagoon through what you will need. Don’t forget it at home

Boots

The varied combination of Iceland’s terrain makes it a essential garment, a thick sole is recommended (boots professional level is not essential) to adjust our crampons during the glasiar hike.

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