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 Reykjavík, 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!

Duration: 5 Day
5 day from $1394
A tour to discover Iceland’s nature and cultural life, with two nights in Iceland...
A tour to discover Iceland’s nature and cultural life, with two nights in Iceland’s vibrant capi...
Starts/Ends: Reykjavik
Departs on: Tuesdays
Hotel Rating: 2 Star
Group Size: 25-30
Duration: 8 Day
8 day from $3033
Explore the island of fire and ice, discover stunning scenery and dramatic landscapes...
Explore the island of fire and ice, discover stunning scenery and dramatic landscapes, the unspoiled...
Starts/Ends: Reykjavik
Departs on: Fridays
Hotel Rating: 3 Star
Group Size: 25-30

Iceland Sights Map

Reykjavik

Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is the country's capital and largest city. It's home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland

Akureyri

Akureyri is a small city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality.

South Coast

The South coast of Iceland holds some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland. The area boasts a unique mix of volcanoes and glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls.

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.

Grabrok Volcano

The Grábrók crater was formed in a fissure eruption less than 3000 years ago. It is 173m a.s.l. Grábrók is the largest of the craters on a 600m long fissure.

Namaskard

Situated on the north side of Iceland’s Lake Myvatn, this geothermal wonder of hot sulfuric mud springs and steam springs is otherworldly.

Vatnajokull

Vatnajökull is the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and one of the largest in area in Europe.

Thingvellir N. Park

Besides being a location of historical significance, Thingvellir is also protected as a national park due to its unique geology and natural features.

Must See Sights from Iceland

Reykjavik
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Reykjavik, on the coast of Iceland, is the country's capital and largest city. It's home to the National and Saga museums, tracing Iceland’s Viking history.

Blue Lagoon
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The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland

Akureyri
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Akureyri is a small city in northern Iceland. It is Iceland's second largest urban area and fourth largest municipality.

South Coast
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The South coast of Iceland holds some of the most beautiful natural attractions in Iceland. The area boasts a unique mix of volcanoes and glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls.

Lake Myvatn
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Myvatn is a shallow eutrophic lake situated in an area of active volcanism in the north of Iceland, not far from Krafla volcano.

Grabrok Volcano
View on map

The Grábrók crater was formed in a fissure eruption less than 3000 years ago. It is 173m a.s.l. Grábrók is the largest of the craters on a 600m long fissure.

Namaskard
View on map

Situated on the north side of Iceland’s Lake Myvatn, this geothermal wonder of hot sulfuric mud springs and steam springs is otherworldly.

Vatnajokull
View on map

Vatnajökull is the largest and most voluminous ice cap in Iceland, and one of the largest in area in Europe.

Thingvellir N. Park
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Besides being a location of historical significance, Thingvellir is also protected as a national park due to its unique geology and natural features.

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