Magical Nights at the Golden Circle
Gullfoss-Geysir, relaxing nature bath, dinner and northern lights
Geothermal spa, the Golden Circle Tour, and dinner included! This is a tour that offers you that extra thing which will make it unforgettable. We'll have time to check for the magic of the Northern lights!
29,900 ISK per person
Available: on Mon, Wed, Sat, and Sun, from Sep 15th - Apr 15th
Duration: 10 - 11 hours in total. 1-2 hours of activity
Minimum age: 8 years old
Pick up: at 11:30 from hotel or guesthouse in Reykjavik
Included: transport, guiding service, entrance and towel at Laugarvatn Fontana, today’s special and chocolate mousse dessert at Lindin Restaurant.
Bring with you: warm clothing, rain gear, good shoes, swimming suit, and snack. Drinks are not included.
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The first part of this tour is devoted to the viewing of landscape and nature skillfully crafted by elements.
The first stop is Haukadalur area, the home of the great Geyser and other hot springs among them the reliable Strokkur geyser that erupts with 3 to 7 minutes intervals, spouting hot water up as high as 15-30m.
The magnificent Gullfoss is not far away and you will enjoy the sight of it cascading down the white colored Hvítá River.
After enjoying these jewels of Icelandic nature it is time to experience Iceland’s geothermal power in another way with a visit to Laugarvatn Fontana spa with its natural steam baths and open air hot pools.
Relaxing at this fountain of wellness will surely stir up our appetite so we continue to nourish our bodies with a dinner at the local restaurant Lindin, known for its delicious chocolate mousse.
After a delicious dinner made from ingredients from Icelandic nature we start our search for the spectacular phenomena that is the Aurora Borealis. As we make our way back to Reykjavik always on the lookout for those mysterious lights of the winter sky!
How are the northern lights formed?
The aurora borealis are created when charged particles are flung off the surface of the sun, travel to Earth, and get funneled down to the poles along magnetic field lines. The particles collide with molecules in our atmosphere, transferring energy and making the air molecules glow like a neon sign.
* Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, therefore sightings cannot be guaranteed.