This 8 day Iceland tour takes you to all the main highlights of the country, including Lake Myvatn, Geysir hot spring area, Gullfoss waterfall, and Glacier lagoon to name only a few. Flights, accommodation, transfers and excursions included.
Iceland offers a whole host of natural wonders – volcanic landscapes, erupting geysers and thermal lagons. The Journey Around Iceland, will take you for a road trip as we travel the full length of the iconic Ring Road in Iceland. This 828-mile road is only accessible during the summer months and circles Iceland. Every day you will discover new scenic views, ranging from volcanic black sands to farmlands and green oasis, from hot springs and bubbling mud to glaciers and icebergs. Explore the stunning attractions of Iceland’s South Coast, Eastfjords, North and West, see the most spectacular of the country's natural wonders and visit places like Lake Myvatn, Geysir hot spring area, Gullfoss waterfall, and Glacier lagoons to name only a few.
Offer Highlights include:
- Visit the West Iceland valley's of Borgarfjordur and Skagafjordur, a valley known for its abundance of Icelandic horses
- Visit Lake Myvatn, a simply stunning area, known for its geothermal landscapes and warm narural thermal baths
- Travel to Dettifoss to visit Europe’s most powerful waterfall
- Visit Skaftafell National Park to whitness the biggest glacier in Europe
- Explore the Golden Circle and visit the golden Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir hot spring area and Thingvellir national park
2021 Departures Prices:
May From £1899
June From £1929
July From £1999
August From £1929
Total Price: £3798 Deposit: £600pp
Includes: Flights, Transfers, Accommodation
Reykjavík is so much more than just a destination; it’s a place of exciting possibilities surrounded by incredible landscapes, where countless adventures beckon and a host of natural wonders await. Iceland's landscapes are like none other in the world – a place where powerful geysers knock shoulders with cascading waterfalls, and black volcanic beaches sit next to the endless white expanses of glaciers.
No matter what time of year you visit Akureyri, there's always something fun to do. Here's a list of the best attractions and most popular things to do in Akureyri, the 'Capital of the North'. Akureyri is Iceland's second largest city, after the greater Reykjavik area. 'City' may be too generous a term as its inhabitants' number at only 20-thousand, closer to that of a town elsewhere in the world. Akureyri is often branded as the 'Capital of the North', while Reykjavík is branded the 'Capital of the South', and they are separated by an approximate 5-hour drive.
Situated in the secluded beauty of Iceland’s East Fjords lies the tiny town of Breiðdalsvík, population 139. This remote corner of the world offers a refreshing escape where you can still discover the undiscovered. We invite you to experience our genuine small-town hospitality, fresh regional cuisine, and authentic local color found on every corner. This is Breiðdalsvík, where the destination is worth the journey.
Kirkjubæjarklaustur, or “Klaustur” as it is usually referred to by locals, is a small town in the south of Iceland and is home to about 120 people. The geographical location of Kirkjubæjarklaustur is unique in the way that it sits between two of Iceland’s most famous glaciers, Vatnajökull and Mýrdalsjökull. Several tourist attractions are situated near the town, including Vatnajökull national park, the canyon Fjadrargljufur, the Laki craters, the Church floor, the Dwarf Rocks and the Glacial Lagoon. Furthermore, while making the drive to Klaustur, travellers will pass by stunning sites, such as Seljalandsfoss, Skógarfoss and Reynisfjara.
Selfoss is a town of about 6,512 people in South Iceland, by the banks of the river Olfusá, one of the largest rivers in the country. The town is a centre of commerce, farming, horticulture and small industries in South Iceland. Located 50 kilometres (31 miles) from Reykjavik, it is the largest town outside of the capital area in the southwest. It sits on the Ring Road that encircles the country, and is one of the last stops en route to the South Coast.
This hotel is set in a prime location and is only a stone’s throw away from downtown and the best of Iceland’s shops, entertainment bars and world-class dining. The hotel has six floors, each with its own lounge. Klettur offers 166 comfortable, modern rooms, several lounges, a game room and a bar. Standard rooms are bright and well equipped, ranging from 19 to 21 m2. Their stylish superior rooms are located on the top two floors and are more spacious, including a sitting area with two chairs and a table. The top floors share two lounges and a south-facing balcony. All rooms include a hairdryer, coffee and tea-making facilities, refrigerator, in-room safe, shower, a flat-screen TV and free WiFi.
Hotel Kea is located in the very heart of town, next to the iconic church of Akureyri and the town central. Hotel Kea is the only four star hotel in town offering rooms that range from standard to a suite, room service, in house restaurant, bar, conference and meeting halls. The hotel's location is perfect for those who want to enjoy cultural events, a casual stroll between cafes and all that town of Akureyri has to offer. Within an hour drive are furthermore the Hlíðarfjall skiing area, Lake Myvatn, Godafoss and more.
Tucked between breathtaking coastal mountains and black sand beaches, Hotel Bláfell is a tranquil oasis of rustic charm amid the rugged beauty of Breiðdalsvík in East Iceland. In a comfortable atmosphere highlighted by natural wood décor, the hotel features 39 well-appointed guest rooms, as well as a cozy fireplace lounge and library, wellness sauna, and superb dining room serving authentic local cuisine. For a taste of adventure that feeds the soul, guests can spend their time nature hiking, sea angling, wild reindeer trekking, Northern Lights hunting, or strolling along our beach.
Located in the South-Eastern part of Iceland, a place famous for its scenery of the biggest glacier in Europe, Vatnajökull, and right opposite lava fields, Hotel Klaustur opened its doors in 1993. Their emphasis has always been to provide a warm welcome for their guests, from family travelers to celebrity movie directors and photographers pursuing the magical views of local nature. The hotel was renovated in 2018 and re-opened recently with a unique brand identity – a fusion of modern Icelandic culture and historical heritage of the country.
Hotel Selfoss is an attractive and peaceful four star hotel Selfoss. The hotel stands on the banks of the majestic river Ölfusá, providing a spectacular view on the river and the nearby mountain, Ingólfsfjall. Hotel Selfoss offers 139 richly equipped rooms. Designed to make our guests feel comfortable and relaxed.