Iceland Tours

One of the most unique places on most bucket lists is Iceland with its incredible natural beauty. From the magical Aurora Borealis - Northern Lights, to stunning landscapes of the Golden Circle, burning beaches of lava, warm thermal baths of the famous Blue Lagoon, and the vibrant and charming capital ReykjavĂ­k, Iceland is among the top winter destinations. You can get a chance to go in thermal baths surrounded by a lava field, hike on a glacier, and watch the charming Northern Lights far away from the bright lights of the city. The Northern lights are best seen between January and March, do not miss out! With its unique volcanic landscape, and breath-takingly vast tundra with a view of the Northern Lights, Iceland offers a unique experience to all. You will discover the natural treasures of Iceland to witness unforgettable sceneries, and fall short of words to tell of your adventures. Besides, the Icelandic language is said to be the closest remaining relative of the original language of the Vikings, so get in the mood for some mead!

One of the most unique places on most bucket lists is Iceland with its incredible natural beauty. From the magical Aurora Borealis - Northern Lights, to stunning landscapes of the Golden Circle, burning beaches of lava, warm thermal baths of the famous Blue Lagoon, and the vibrant and charming capital ReykjavĂ­k, Iceland is among the top winter destinations. You can get a chance to go in thermal baths surrounded by a lava field, hike on a glacier, and watch the charming Northern Lights far away from the bright lights of the city.

Our Iceland Trips

Trip Style: Overland, Short Break

Northern Lights Exploration

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Land of the Northern Lights

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glacier lake

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Iceland Circle

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Iceland Accommodation

Please find below the 3 & 2 Star hotels and cottoges used on our Iceland trips. All accommodation is carefully hand-selected to satisfy our standards in terms of quality, authenticity and location for you to enjoy a comfortable and unforgettable holiday.

Icelandair Hotel Natura
Rejkjavik
4 Star

Situated in one of the greenest areas in Reykjavik, guests can enjoy access to walking trails as well as pathways. Reykjavik's own Nautholsvik Geothermal beach area.

Icelandair Hotel
Fludir
3 Star

The hotel restaurant serves traditional Icelandic food made from organic produce. One of the relaxation option can be soaking in a hot tub staring up at the Northern lights in hotel garden.

Icelandair Hotel Klaustur
Klaustur
3 Star

Set in the South-Eastern part of Iceland, a place famous for its scenery of the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull. The restaurant offers spectacular mountain views.

Icelandair Hotel Herad
Egilsstadir
3 Star

Infused with the character of this most unique part of Iceland, you'll enjoy thoughtful amenities, well-equipped and comfortable accommodations and attentive service.

Hotel Reynihlid
Reykjahlio
3 Star

Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access.

Icelandair Hotel Akureyril
Akureyri
3 Star

Icelandair Hotel Akureyri is your comfy base camp to enjoy and experience Iceland's beautiful North. The warm geothermal swimming pool is 2-minute walk away.

STRACTA HOTEL
Hella
3 Star

This little gem in the countryside of Iceland features a sauna & hot tub, an on-site à la carte restaurant/ bar and a buffet restaurant. While dining, stunning views of Eyjafjallajökull will accompany you.

HOTEL CABIN
Reykjavik
2 Star

The Hotel is located in the Reykjavik East district. Situated just 0.7 km m to Laugardalslaug geothermal swimming pool. The Sculpture and Shore Walk promenade is just 0.4 km away.

Iceland Sights Map

Iceland Tours Guidebook

Best Time to Visit Iceland

Find our seasonal breakdown in detail for the best time to visit Iceland. The best time to visit Iceland is the winter and summer, depending on the which sides of this marvelous country you wish to experience. For those who want to experience Iceland's famous natural wonders, such as the Northern Lights and the stunning landscapes, the best time to visit is during the winter months, from late September to mid-April. The long, dark nights provide ideal conditions for seeing the Northern Lights, a mesmerizing natural light display. Why You Should Visit Iceland: Iceland is a land of breathtaking natural beauty, where you can witness stunning geothermal wonders, including geysers and hot springs, explore glaciers, waterfalls, and volcanic landscapes, and even witness the enchanting Northern Lights. Its unique blend of pristine nature and vibrant culture offers endless opportunities for adventure, from hiking and ice caving to whale-watching and soaking in hot springs. Iceland's welcoming locals, safety, and a sense of awe-inspiring isolation make it a must-visit destination for those seeking unforgettable experiences in one of the world's most otherworldly environments.
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Best Places to Visit in Iceland

Visit our best place to visit in Iceland page to read about all the fascinating places visited on our tours. Iceland boasts a multitude of incredible places to visit, each offering a unique and awe-inspiring experience. The Golden Circle, a popular route, takes you to three remarkable destinations. First, Thingvellir National Park presents a geological wonder where you can witness the tectonic plates pulling apart, along with the historic site of Iceland's first parliament. Next, Geysir geothermal area showcases bubbling hot springs and the spouting geyser, Strokkur. Concluding the circuit is the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall, a powerful and beautiful natural spectacle. Venturing to the southern coast, you'll encounter the stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls, and then the black sand beaches of Reynisfjara, surrounded by basalt columns and dramatic sea stacks. Continue eastward to Vatnajokull National Park, home to Europe's largest glacier and a wonderland of ice caves, glacier lagoons, and icebergs at Jokulsarlon.
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Iceland Travel Advice

Read through our Iceland travel advice in detail and make sure you are up-to-date with the pre-departure essentials before your trips to Iceland. When planning a trip to Iceland, it's important to ensure that your passport is valid for at least three months beyond your intended departure date, and to be aware of the specific visa requirements based on your nationality. Iceland is part of the Schengen Area, allowing many travelers to visit visa-free for up to 90 days. Pack for Iceland's highly variable weather with warm and waterproof clothing, and bring sturdy footwear for outdoor adventures. Credit cards are widely accepted, but it's wise to carry some cash for small purchases, and be prepared for Iceland's reputation as an expensive destination. You need to have valid and adequate travel insurance before your tour with Travel Talk begins.
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Icelandic Culture

Visit our Icelandic culture page to read about the fascinating culture of Iceland: eating & drinking, crafts, shopping, religion, etiquette, festivals and more. Icelandic culture is deeply rooted in a rich tapestry of history, nature, and a strong sense of community. The country's isolated location in the North Atlantic has allowed for the preservation of unique cultural traditions and practices. The sagas, ancient literary works dating back to the 13th century, are the cornerstone of Icelandic culture, portraying the heroic deeds, mythology, and social norms of the early settlers. These sagas have had a profound influence on Icelandic identity and continue to be celebrated through literature, arts, and storytelling. Iceland's breathtaking natural landscapes, with their glaciers, geysers, and rugged coastlines, significantly shape the culture. The deep connection to nature is evident in Iceland's environmental awareness and sustainability efforts. The Icelandic language, closely related to Old Norse, plays a pivotal role in preserving cultural heritage, and it remains relatively unchanged over the centuries. Music and literature also thrive in Icelandic culture, with many internationally acclaimed authors and musicians hailing from the country. The spirit of creativity, innovation, and a strong sense of solidarity are characteristics that define modern Icelandic society, making it a fascinating blend of tradition and progress.
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Icelandic Food

Visit our Icelandic Food page to read more about the delicious local cuisine, find must-try dishes and beverages on your journey. Read articles about the diverse Jordanian cuisine from fellow foodies and seasoned travellers. Icelandic cuisine is an intriguing blend of traditional Nordic fare and contemporary culinary creativity, often influenced by the island's unique geography and harsh climate. Fish and lamb are central to Icelandic cuisine, thanks to the country's abundant fisheries and sustainable farming practices. You'll find dishes like "Plokkfiskur," a comforting fish stew with mashed potatoes, and "Hangikjöt," a festive Christmas dish of smoked lamb. The famous Icelandic hot dog, known as "pylsur," is a street food favorite, served with various condiments, including crispy fried onions and a sweet brown mustard. Iceland's natural resources also give rise to some distinctive delicacies, such as "fermented shark" (hákarl) and "fermented skate" (skata), both acquired tastes due to their pungent aroma and strong flavors. For those seeking a sweet treat, Icelandic desserts like "skyr" (a thick and creamy yogurt) and "kleina" (fried pastry) offer delightful options. In recent years, Iceland's culinary scene has experienced a renaissance, with chefs embracing traditional ingredients and innovative techniques to create modern, sustainable, and delectable dishes. Visiting local farmers' markets and trying a range of culinary experiences, from cozy cafes to upscale restaurants, is a delicious way to explore Iceland's diverse and evolving food culture.
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Iceland Tours - FAQ

Arrival & departure airport transfer by FLYBUS shuttle are included (no guide).

Your shuttle tickets will be emailed to you 2 weeks before departure.

Keflavik International Airport (KEF)

You will be picked up from your hotel on Day 2.

Your tour guide will meet you at the lobby.

Please check the meeting time on the documents you will be sent 2 weeks to departure.

Single, Twin/ Double and Triple Rooms are available in Iceland.

Please email our sales team at [email protected] once you book your tour and they will do their best to arrange your rooms accordingly, depending on the availability.

  • Warm trousers
  • A woolen pullover or fleece sweater
  • A warm wind and water proof jacket and rain pants
  • Woolen socks and an insulated bottom layer (like thermal underwear)
  • A hat, scarf and gloves
  • Sturdy comfortable (hiking) boots

For further information, you can refer to the detailed itinerary you will be sent 2 weeks before departure.

Towel is included for Blue Lagoon

British, Australian, New Zealand, US and Canadian passport holders do not need a visa for stays up to 90 days.
Please remember that countries to be visited may change entry requirements at any time, without prior notice.

We recommend to have a passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity.
This information is provided only as a guidance, we strongly advise that you check with the consulate or embassy as this information can change at any time and with little notice. It is your responsibility to make sure that all the required travel documents are ready when travelling.

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HIGHLIGHTS
Reykjavik
Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is the country's capital and largest city. It's home to the National museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.
HIGHLIGHTS
Blue Lagoon
The Blue Lagoon is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. it is located in a lava field in GrindavĂ­k on the Reykjanes Peninsula
HIGHLIGHTS
Akureyri
Akureyri is a small city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality.
HIGHLIGHTS
South Coast
The South coast of Iceland holds some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland. boasts a unique mix of volcanoes and glaciers
HIGHLIGHTS
Lake Myvatn
Myvatn is a shallow eutrophic lake situated in an area of active volcanism in the north of Iceland, not far from Krafla volcano.
HIGHLIGHTS
Grabrok Volcano
The Grábrók crater was formed in a fissure eruption less than 3000 years ago. Grábrók is the largest of the craters on a 600m long fissure.
HIGHLIGHTS
Namaskard
On the north side of Iceland’s Lake Myvatn, this geothermal wonder of hot sulfuric mud springs and steam springs is amazing
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Vatnajokull
Vatnajökull is the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and the second largest in area in Europe after the Severny Island
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Thingvellir N. Park
Besides being a location of historical significance, Thingvellir is also protected as a national park due to its unique geology.
ACCOMMODATION
Rejkjavik
Icelandair Hotel Natura
4 Star
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Fludir
Icelandair Hotel
3 Star
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Klaustur
Icelandair Hotel Klaustur
3 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Egilsstadir
Icelandair Hotel Herad
3 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Reykjahlio
Hotel Reynihlid
3 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Akureyri
Icelandair Hotel Akureyril
3 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Hella
STRACTA HOTEL
3 Star
ACCOMMODATION
Reykjavik
HOTEL CABIN
2 Star
F.A.Q.
Are airport transfers included?
Arrival & departure airport transfer by FLYBUS shuttle are included (no guide). Your shuttle tickets will be emailed to you 2 weeks before departure.
F.A.Q.
Which airport is to be used in Reykjavik?
Keflavik International Airport (KEF)
F.A.Q.
Where do we meet?
You will be picked up from your hotel on Day 2. Your tour guide will meet you at the lobby. Please check the meeting time on the documents you will be sent 2 weeks to departure.
F.A.Q.
Can I be roomed with my friends?
Single, Twin/ Double and Triple Rooms are available in Iceland. Please email our sales team at [email protected] once you book your tour and they will do their best to arrange your rooms accordingly, depending on the availability.
F.A.Q.
What to pack?
  • Warm trousers
  • A woolen pullover or fleece sweater
  • A warm wind and water proof jacket and rain pants
  • Woolen socks and an insulated bottom layer (like thermal underwear)
  • A hat, scarf and gloves
  • Sturdy comfortable (hiking) boots
For further information, you can refer to the detailed itinerary you will be sent 2 weeks before departure.
F.A.Q.
Do I need a towel for Blue Lagoon (if applicable)?
Towel is included for Blue Lagoon
F.A.Q.
Do I need a visa to enter Iceland?
British, Australian, New Zealand, US and Canadian passport holders do not need a visa for stays up to 90 days. Please remember that countries to be visited may change entry requirements at any time, without prior notice. We recommend to have a passport with at least 6 months of remaining validity. This information is provided only as a guidance, we strongly advise that you check with the consulate or embassy as this information can change at any time and with little notice. It is your responsibility to make sure that all the required travel documents are ready when travelling.
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