Explore the best Iceland has to offer including a visit to the infamous Blue Lagoon. This package also includes direct flights with Easy Jet, 23kg hold luggage per couple, Private Transfers and bed and breakfast
Iceland is a country of extreme geological contrasts. Ice is of course one of Iceland’s big draws for tourists - more specifically the dramatic Glaciers which slide down to the coast calving icebergs and magnificent lagoons. The most famous being the Blue lagoon which is a geothermal spa. You may even be lucky enough to spot the elusive Northern Lights which features on many a bucket list. Iceland is also the land of light and darkness. long summer days with near 24-hours of sunshine are offset by short winter days with only a few hours of daylight.
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina - 3 nights - Staying in a Standard Room
Start working on your bucket list with an unforgettable Icelandic getaway that reveals some of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world. Your adventure will start as your Private driver will collect you from the airport and will take you to see one of Iceland’s most popular sites, the Blue Lagoon, on your way to the hotel. Take a dip into warm geothermal waters and harmonise with the Icelandic nature before head back to Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina for a three-night stay. After a couple of hours of rejuvenating and relaxing at the hot waters, you will head back to Reykjavik for your three-night stay at the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina. A former paint factory, the Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina offers a master class in design. Steps from downtown Reykjavik, is situated in a completely renovated four-story building that has become a landmark among local residents. It is located next to the historical, and still fully functioning, dry-dock called Slippur.
2021 departure prices (per person):
February From £519
March From £519
April From £519
Total Price: £1038 Deposit: £125pp
Includes: Flights, Transfers, Accommodation
Departs: London Gatwick
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.
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina, steps away from downtown Reykjavik, is situated in a completely renovated four-story building that has become a landmark among local residents. It is located next to the historical, and still fully functioning, dry-dock called Slippur. With an emphasis on blendi...