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Book Golden Circle Tours in Iceland - Day Tours and Packages

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Take a look at our huge selection of Golden Circle tours in Iceland! The Golden Circle is the quintessential Icelandic excursion - Take in the magnificent sights of Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir. We focus on small-group minibus tours - Which means great value and a more personal experience.

Popular Golden Circle Day Tours from Reykjavik

Guided Golden Circle tours from Reykjavik. Easy sightseeing tours for all ages, on Iceland's most popular route. 

Golden Circle Active - Day Tours

Golden Circle day tours from Reykjavik that include an activity.

Activities for Self-Drive - on the Golden Circle

Suitable for those who have a rental car, meet us on location and join an exciting activity tour or relax in a warm lagoon.

Golden Circle Packages - Day Tour Bundles

Make every day count during your stay in Iceland and check out these guided tour packages from Reykjavik.
Note that the tour bundles do not include accommodation, suitable for those who have already booked accommodation in Reykjavik. Book a day tour bundle and save up to 15% on popular tours.

Multi-day tours that include the Golden Circle

With accommodation included. Great value multi-day packages.

A brief overview of The Golden Circle

Map of the Golden Circle RouteThe classic Golden Circle tour will take you to three of Iceland’s most popular sights: Gullfoss, Geysir and the National Park Thingvellir. The route covers approximately 300 kilometers (190 miles), and loops from the capital of Reykjavík to the center of the country and back.


Thingvellir is a national park is a site of much historical, natural and cultural importance in Iceland. The national park was founded in 1930, but the area itself has a far longer history than that, going back to the first settlers in Iceland. The Icelandic Parliament was established there in the year 930. Read more about Thingvellir here

Geysir geothermal area

The Geysir geothermal field is located at the northern edge of the southern lowlands in Iceland, at an altitude of 105-120 m above sea level. The hot springs are located to the east of a little mountain called Laugafell. The most famous one, Geysir, does not spout anymore, but the geyser Strokkur is alive and well, spouting every 5-10 minutes. Read more about the geyser area here

Gullfoss waterfall

Gullfoss is undoubtedly the most famous waterfall in Iceland. It falls in the river Hvítá. Its power is immense and one can stand very close to it and feel the mist of the glacial waterfall. The waterfall cascades down two huge steps that are 11 and 22 meters deep, into a deep gorge.