This six-day small group tour is ideal for people who really want to get the most out of their time in Iceland. It gives you the opportunity to travel further, explore more, see more natural wonders, and really get off the beaten track. It also ensures that you will maximize your Icelandic experience: packing each day with incredible experiences, awe-inspiring natural sights, and cultural curiosities. Between September and April, you have a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights!
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Small Group Experience
Operated in a minibus
Duration: 6 days
Pick-up: 08:00 - 08:30
Group maximum: 16-19
Available: All year
Age limit: 8 years
- The Ring Road of Iceland
- Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss Waterfall
- The Golden Circle
- South Coast
- Vatnajökull Glacier
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Whale Watching in Dalvík
- Lake Mývatn Area
- Dalvik Whale Watching
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Crystal Ice Cave (November-March)
Free WiFi on Bus
Pickup & drop-off:
Pickup is from 08:00 - 08:30, at your chosen pickup location. Estimated drop-off time on day 6 is at around 17:00, at your chosen drop-off location.
- A fully escorted 6-day minibus tour with an English speaking guide and free wifi on the minibus
- 5 nights accommodation with breakfast and private bathroom
- Glacier hiking on a Vatnajökull outlet glacier
- Waterfalls hike at Egilsstaðir
- Whale watching boat trip from Dalvík village
Bring with you:
Warm outdoor clothing, a waterproof jacket and pants, headwear and gloves. Good hiking boots are recommended.
Note: you can always rent sturdy hiking boots, waterproof jacket and pants in the booking process.
Food is not included on this tour, except breakfast.
8 day extension:
We also offer this 6 day tour with added two nights of accommodation in Reykjavik. One night before the tour and one night after. Click here for further information and bookings.
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"We did the 6 day Ring Road Tour with Hilmar. Every moment was absolutely excellent! We particularly enjoyed the whale watching, glacier hike and nature baths but everything we did was stunning! Hilmar was fantastic at giving just the right amount of history, folklore, tidbits and suggestions. He was especially good at recommending great food! Can’t wait to go back! I’m sending all my friends and family!"
Day 1 - Golden Circle & South Coast
We will start our six days around Iceland adventure with a day crammed full of Iceland’s most famous natural wonders. We will visit the amazing attractions on the Golden Circle route including a giant waterfall, a frequently erupting geyser, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Then, we will head towards the southern coastline where we will enjoy the most spectacular views along the way. Before arriving at our lovely country hotel, we will make stops at Iceland’s most epic waterfalls: the majestic Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. From September to April, your guide can help you chase the Northern Lights at night.
- Thingvellir National Park
- Geysir Geothermal Area
- Gullfoss Waterfall
- Seljalandsfoss & Skogafoss Waterfalls
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Guided tour in minibus
- The Highlights of The Golden Circle
- The Pearls of the South Coast
- One night in a hotel close to Vík
We will start the day at 8:00 am by collecting all of the passengers from their pickup locations. (Collection can take up to 30 minutes depending on your location.) With everyone on board, we will head towards the interior of the country and hit the famous tourist route called “the Golden Circle”.
Our first stop will be Thingvellir National Park, which has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for both its historical and geological importance. There, we will see the historic site where Althingi, the world’s oldest democratic parliament, was founded more than a thousand years ago.
There is no specific parliament building here as the people of Iceland used to hold their meetings here under the open sky. The “Lögberg” is a piece of rock and was the platform from where the law speakers would proclaim new laws with the imperious rift valley at their back.
Thingvellir is also famous for being the gap between two tectonic plates. There are several cracks between the Eurasian and North American plates lying at the center of the national park. These two plates continue to drift apart with the gap widening by about 0.78 in. (2 cm) each year. This movement creates the awe-inspiring geology in the area which we will be able to explore when we walk in between the tectonic plates.
Our next stop is the world-renowned Geyser Hot Spring Area where we will walk among bubbling hot springs and mud pots on the restless ground of an active geothermal area, passing by steaming fumaroles surrounded by colorful minerals. We will see the famous “Geysir” from which the English word geyser was adopted and its younger brother, Strokkur. The Great Geysir is dormant today but Strokkur erupts every 5-8 minutes so we will be able to see at least a few eruptions, for sure! The unearthly scenery will surely inspire us to get to know Iceland’s geology even better.
Then, we will move on to the majestic Gullfoss Waterfall (Golden Falls). Gullfoss was named after the golden-brown hue that surrounds the cascade on sunny days. If we are lucky, a stunning rainbow will form over the canyon, providing an amazing opportunity for photos.
Gullfoss, Thingvellir, and the Geyser Hot Spring Area are all things that everyone who visits Iceland should definitely see so you will be able to cross each one off of your bucket list in one incredible day!
After leaving the Golden Circle route behind, we will head south. We will continue our journey by driving on the Ring Road from now on. The South Coast is the other area that every visitor to Iceland wants to see. Iceland’s most dramatic scenery can be seen here. Every single meter is interesting and the landscape looks like the setting from a fairytale.
On our way to our accommodation, we will stop at two of Iceland’s most epic waterfalls: Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss. We will have time to explore these outstanding natural beauties. At Seljalandsfoss, we can walk behind the cascade (when it’s not frozen, of course). At Skógafoss, we can take the stairs and walk up to its top, from where we will be able to admire the landscape.
We will spend the night in a small country hotel near the village of Vík. When the nights are dark from September to April, we will have the chance to see the Northern Lights. In summer, soak in the Midnight Sun.
Day 2 - Vík - Skaftafell - Glacier Lagoon - Höfn
Day Two is also packed full of incredible sights! We will visit the Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach where we can see the famous for the Reynisdrangar sea stacks and the dramatic black basalt columns. Driving further east, we will cross the Eldhraun “fire lava” field, which is decorated by a fluffy layer of moss today. Then, we will drive to Skaftafell in Vatnajökull National Park where we will go for an adventurous glacier hike! In winter, we climb through a crystal ice cave instead of the glacier hike. At the end of the day, we will stop at the site that is often nicknamed as the crown jewel of Iceland: Jókulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. This surreal lake with floating icebergs and the nearby Diamond Beach are Iceland’s most photographed natural wonders! After the long and wonderful day, we will spend the night in a hotel in Höfn, the lobster capital of Iceland. Ask your guide for tips to find the Northern Lights!
- Reynisfjara - The Black Sand Beach
- Eldhraun Lava field
- Vatnajokull National Park
- Glacier Hiking Tour (April-October)
- Crystal Ice Cave Tour (November-March)
- Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
- Diamond Beach
- The Town of Höfn
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Guided Glacier Hike & All Gear
- One night at a hotel in Höfn
Our first stop of the day will be the deservedly famous Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach. It was ranked among the top ten non-tropical beaches in the world. Of particular interest are the picturesque Reynisdrangar peaks, standing in the water off the coast. A local legend claims that the sea stacks were once trolls that came down from the mountains during the night and were petrified by the touch of the first rays of sunshine. In low tide, we will be able to enter the cave behind the basalt columns. It’s huge and very spacious with interesting rock formations on the walls.
From Reynisfjara, there is a beautiful view over the sea arches and rock cliffs at Dyrholaey. In summer, puffins nest on the basalt columns. The volcanic beach of Reynisfjara certainly deserves its fame!
We will then move east and continue driving through breathtaking natural settings. We will pass by the legendary Mýrdalsjökull Glacier, which hides one of the most notorious volcanoes in all of Iceland beneath its ice, the mighty Katla.
The road cuts across the Eldhraun lava field, a bumpy, mossy field stretching for tens of kilometers. This unearthly terrain was once a fierce lava flow from the most fatal volcanic eruption in Iceland's history.
Soon we will arrive at Skaftafell in the Vatnajökull National Park. It’s an oasis of luscious green birch forests and rich vegetation surrounded by the giant outlet glaciers of Vatnajökull. The natural wonders that you will see here will take your breath away as you allow the wildly contrasting scenes to soak in.
Here, we will take a magical three-hour glacier hike up Vatnajokull, the largest glacier in all of Europe. This hike will be guided by one of our specialist glacier guides, ensuring that you are safe throughout the tour. Your guide will also be on hand to teach you more about this incredible outlet glacier and all the amazing things that you will be able to see from it.
During the winter (from November to April), we will be able to visit a naturally formed ice cave in the heart of the glacier! Ice caves are a natural phenomenon that form in winter and collapse in spring, so anyone visiting an ice cave can call themselves extremely lucky!
After our trip to the glacier, we will jump back in our bus and continue our adventure. For the last stop of the day, we will have the spectacular Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon to visit. Jökulsarlon is the deepest lake in Iceland and is filled with giant floating icebergs.
The lagoon is connected to the sea and the icebergs float slowly towards the open ocean. Here, the waves push them back onto the shore, creating a truly mesmerizing natural wonder. The sapphire water laps up against coal-black sands, which are peppered with pearl white and blue icebergs as well as ice rocks that look like precious stones. This coastline is called the Diamond Beach. It is a supernatural sight that will send shivers down your spine!
After this beautiful day, we will drive to our accommodation in the town of Hofn, celebrated as the lobster capital of Iceland. Ask your guide for tips to find the Northern Lights at night in winter!
Day 3 - East Fjords - Djúpivogur - Egilsstaðir
Today, we will drive on unpaved roads a while and see more of Iceland’s charming countryside. We will enter the matchless Eastfjords area where tiny fishing villages and idyllic fjord scenery await our exploration. After leaving the fjords behind, we will head to Lagarfljót, the famous monster lake. If we are lucky, we might be able to spot the giant serpent that lives in this lake according to the legends and even some YouTube videos. In the afternoon, we will set out for a short hike to explore the Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss waterfalls. They are the most stunning cascades in the east, beloved for the especially long basalt columns and red stripes that decorate the rocks around them. We will finish the day at the Iceland Wilderness Center, or Óbyggðasetrið. Housed at the edge of Northern Europe’s biggest wilderness area, this immersive center invites visitors to step back into the 19th century. The center was established by historian Arna and Icelandic movie set designer Denni. It includes a fascinating exhibit on past local culture. Our accommodations will be in the town of Egilsstaðir. Head out into the wilderness to chase the Northern Lights if you're here in winter.
- Hvalnes Nature Reserve
- The East fjords
- Djúpivogur village
- Lagarfljót Lake
- Hengifoss and Litlanesfoss waterfalls
- Iceland Wilderness Center
- Egilsstaðir Town
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Guided hike to Hengifoss
- Admission to Wilderness Center Exhibit (optional)
- One night in a hotel in Egilsstaðir
On Day Three, we will explore the eastern fjords of Iceland. As we make our way along the coastline, we will drive by the Hvalnes Nature Reserve, a remote and beautiful peninsula with insanely impressive mountains. Eystrahorn, Stokksnes, and Vestrahorn are located here, also known as the “horny mountains”. Surrounded by grassy black sand dunes, this place is more beautiful than you could ever imagine!
Our first stop of the day will be Djúpivogur, a traditional fishing village with centuries-old, colorful houses that will remind us of the village’s long history of trading. Djúpivogur has a population of 450 people who all make their living out of the sea. The nature surrounding it is beautifully varied. There is a picturesque, pyramid-shaped mountain nearby and a stunning coastline that makes the views even more interesting.
We will drive the serpentine roads around the Eastfjords and marvel at the stunning landscapes. After we leave the coastal area behind, we will head towards the legendary Lagarfljót Lake, the third largest lake in Iceland. It is famous for being home to Iceland’s biggest monster, Lagarfljótsormurin. This is a cryptid serpent that has been seen many times by locals during the ages, someone even caught it on a camera in 2012! While the existence of the monster might be just a legend, some locals truly do believe in it.
Near the lake, we will make a stop and venture off for a short, but scenic hike to Hengifoss, one of Iceland’s highest waterfalls at an impressive height of 420 ft. (128m). On our way to the waterfall, we will encounter another smaller, but no less spectacular one.
Litlanesfoss cascades into a narrow gorge from a height of 98 ft. (30 m) and is framed by extremely tall basalt columns, creating a spectacular natural gem.
About 0.6 mi. (1 km) from the first waterfall, we will have a complete view of Hengifoss in the gorge, dominating the landscape with its impressive height. The cascade is framed by a multi-colored rock face. The ancient layers of red clay from volcanic eruptions are trapped between layers of basalt to create stunning red stripe patterns in the rock. These are some very distinctive surroundings for a waterfall!
After the hike, we will jump in the car again and move on to Egilsstaðir, the largest town in East Iceland, where we will relax in a hotel for the night. From September to April, your guide can help you find the Northern Lights from the hotel.
Day 4 - Dettifoss - Mývatn - Goðafoss - Akureyri
On the fourth day, we will head north, traversing totally unique landscapes. On our way to the north, we will stop at Iceland’s highest farm and restaurant. Next, we will visit Dettifoss, the most voluminous waterfall in all of Europe. It was also an epic filming location for the movie Prometheus. On this day, we will also explore the area around Lake Myvatn, which will enchant us with its surreal volcanic landscapes, fierce geothermal fields, and mystical volcanic sculptures. We will also have the opportunity (as an optional extra) to enjoy a relaxing bath in mineral-rich alkaline geothermal water. On our way to our hotel, we will make another stop at a highly photogenic waterfall, the horseshoe-shaped Goðafoss, which also has a great amount of history. Before arriving at our hotel, we will make a stop in Akureyri, the capital of the North where we can enjoy a nice evening walk and explore the city center. After a day filled with extraordinary sights, we will end up in Dalvík, a 20-min drive from Akureyri. Slip away for a couple hours to chase the Northern Lights from September to April.
- Möðrudalur farm
- Dettifoss Waterfall
- Lake Mývatn
- Námaskarð Geothermal Area
- Myvatn Nature Baths
- Goðafoss Waterfall
- Akureyri city
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Breakfast at your hotel
- Guided visit to all highlights
- A night at a hotel in Akureyri
On Day Four, we will head towards North Iceland. After leaving Egilsstaðir behind, we will drive through a Highlands area, where the landscape is barren and somewhat extraterrestrial. On our way, we will have a stop at Möðrudalur, Iceland’s highest farm. Here, we can relax a bit and grab a quick bite at Iceland’s highest restaurant. At 1538.7 ft. (469 m), it has an excellent view of the pristine wilderness below.
From here, we will continue our drive and head towards Dettifoss, Europe’s most powerful waterfall. The vigorously cascading water is a unique experience to see, giving us a whole new perspective on the power of nature. Dettifoss was chosen to be a filming location for the famous Hollywood movie Prometheus. The opening scene, the Engineer’s sacrifice, was shot here.
After visiting Dettifoss, we will move on towards the volcanic wonderworld around Lake Mývatn. Covering an area of 14 sq. mi. (36.5 km2), Mývatn is the fourth largest lake in Iceland. An incredibly vibrant array of flora and fauna thrives around the lake as well as on its tiny islands. Myvatn is deservedly one of Iceland’s most valuable protected nature reserves.
During our travels around the lake, we will learn about the region’s violent volcanic history. We will go for a short hike in Dimmuborgir, “the Dark Fortress”, a fascinating garden of lava rock sculptures, huge rock pillars, caves, caverns, tunnels, and lava bridges. These strange lava formations are steeped in mythology. Our friendly tour guide will tell us all about Iceland’s thirteen santas and the many trolls who live among these strange sculptures.
Not far from the lake is one of Iceland’s most terrific geothermal fields, Námaskarð. The highly active volcanic terrain contains wildly bubbling hot springs and loud fumaroles surrounded by the colorful mineral-painted soil. The air smells intensely of rotten egg, which is the normal smell of sulfur. This can be quite unpleasant, but the sights will definitely make you forget about the smell!
Our next destination is the beautiful Mývatn Nature Baths. It is often nicknamed as the Blue Lagoon of the north as the color of the water is the same milky-blue as the Blue Lagoon while the entrance fee is half the price. Enjoying a pampering bath here is an optional extra which you can do at your own cost. You will have an hour and a half to relax and enjoy the benefits of the natural alkaline water before we continue our tour.
Our final stop of the day will be at the Goðafoss Waterfall. The “waterfall of the gods” was named when Iceland switched from the Norse religion to Christianity. According to the legends, this was the place where the pagan idols were destroyed when Iceland converted to Christianity. The water cascades from a height of 39 ft. (12 m) over a length of 38 ft. (30 m) and has a unique horseshoe shape, making it absolutely photogenic.
After our memorable day, we will head towards Akureyri, the capital of North Iceland. Even though it is very small with a population of fewer than 20,000 people, Akureyri is the largest city outside of the capital area. This picturesque town is located right in the heart of Eyjafjörður Bay and offers spectacular views in every direction. In Akureyri, you can expect cozy cafes, quality restaurants, inspiring art galleries, and good vibes! There is a good reason why this lovely town was chosen as the #1 best travel destination in Europe by the Lonely Planet in 2015!
After the adventurous day, we will spend the night in a hotel in Icelandair Akureyri, in the city.
Day 5 - Whale watching in Dalvík - Siglufjörður -Tröllaskagi - Bifröst
On our fifth day, we will go on a whale watching tour, which offers over 95-99% chances of success. After the three-hour whale watching and sea angling tour, we will continue our way north in the Tröllskagi peninsula and visit the remote village of Siglufjörður, a small fishing village with a great history. From here, we will drive south all the way to Borgarfjörður where we will spend the night at Hotel Bifröst. Look for the Northern Lights in the winter night sky or soak in the Midnight Sun in summer.
- Dalvík Village - Whale Watching
- Siglufjörður village
- Tröllskagi Peninsula
- Northern Lights (September-April)
- Breakfast at your hotel
- 3-hour whale watching tour
- Sea angling
- One night in a hotel in Bifrost
Day Five is dominated by Iceland’s incredible wildlife. The tiny fishing village of Dalvík offers nearly a 100% chance of seeing whales as they are abundant in this bay all year round! Humpbacks, minke whales, and dolphins are frequently spotted in Eyjafjörður, the “island fjord” bay.
Seeing these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is an experience that will last you a lifetime. Whales often swim close to the boat, frolicking around, and guaranteeing you will get a new perspective on the natural world. We may also see some amazing bird species, including puffins and many more in summer.
On our way back to the harbor, you can try some sea angling as well. Our friendly guide will teach you quickly how to do some sea angling, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in Icelandic culture. After the tour, we’ll barbecue the seafood you have caught and share it with each other.
Once we reach the shore, we will travel on around the beautiful Trölskaggi peninsula and will enjoy some of the best ocean scenery along the way. We will drive through picturesque small villages and thriving agricultural areas.
Our last stop of the day is Siglufjörður, a tiny village that was once the herring fishing capital of the North Atlantic Ocean. Continuing our scenic drive, we will drive around the peninsula and then reenter Iceland’s epic Ring Road. Finally, we will head south and drive to Laugarbakki where you will spend the evening at the hotel.
Note:For a small fee, upgrade your whaling adventure to a 1.5 hour RIB boat tour! This special boat tour is available from April to October and lets you get closer to the whales. The RIB boat upgrade does not include sea angling.
Day 6 - Borgarfjörður - Reykholt - Hraunfossar - Hvalfjörður - Reykjavík
Our amazing six-day adventure will end with a day packed with volcanic craters, hot springs, waterfalls, and historical sites. We will start our day paying a visit to Europe’s most powerful hot spring followed by two picturesque waterfalls, Hraunfossar and Barnafoss. The water of Hraunfossar appears from underground and Barnafoss is famous for its incredibly cyan-blue color. Our last destination will be the historic village of Reykholt, the hometown of Snorri Sturluson, an Icelandic historian and the author of many Icelandic sagas.
- Grábrók Volcanic Crater
- Deildartunguhver hot springs
- Barnafoss waterfall
- Hraunfossar waterfall
- Snorralaug hot spring
- Breakfast at your hotel
- A Guided hike up Grábrók
- Drop-off in Reykjavik
On our sixth day, we will explore West Iceland, an area which the Lonely Planet voted as one of the best holiday destinations in 2016. We will spend the majority of our time in the Borgarfjörður area, which has many spectacular natural sights and is famed around the world for its majestic beauty.
Our day will begin with a short hike up to a highly scenic volcano crater, Gábrók. The red volcanic soil is covered with green moss patches, making it look like a vibrant painting. On a clear day, there are fabulous views over the lava field and the area as a whole.
The next stop is the bubbling Deildartunguhver hot spring. Europe's most powerful hot spring produces 50 gallons (180 liters) of water per second at a piping hot 97°C (200°F). All of the hot water in the towns and farms within a 60- to 70-kilometer radius is transferred there from Deildartunguhver.
As we move on, out next stop will be the unique Lava Falls. The waterfalls of Hraunfossar are very special as its countless creeks and cascades stream out of the ground. A waterfall without a river over it is quite a rare natural phenomenon! The water continues appearing from the ground for a distance of about 0.55 mi. (900 m). It is an extraordinary sight, making it one of the most beloved waterfalls of those who visit it.
A few minutes from Hraunfossar is another waterfall called Barnafoss or the “Children’s Waterfall”. According to a sad rumor, errant children have perished in its cyan blue water.
From here, we will travel to the historic and charming site of Reykholt. This was once the hometown of Snorri Sturluson, the Icelandic historian, lawyer, politician, poet, and author of many Icelandic sagas.
Snorri Sturluson is one of Iceland’s most famous people and lived here between the 12th and 13th centuries. His accounts of Nordic mythology are truly incredible and reading them will really help you to appreciate Iceland.
We will get to see Snorralaug, “Snorri’s pool”, an attractive geothermal hot pool you can dip your fingers in to feel the temperature of the water. The site is closed for bathers for its historical significance. The pool itself was built in the 10th century and may well be the oldest man-made structure in Iceland.
On our way back to the capital, we will drive by another scenic fjord, Hvalfjörður (the “Whale Fjord”). During World War II, the fjord was base of the British and American navies. Until the late 1990s, those travelling north from Reykjavík had to make 38.5 mi / 62 km detour around the fjord. Today, there is a tunnel 541 ft / 165 m below sea level that cuts travel around the fjord by about an hour. Normally, we’ll take the tunnel but if there is some extra time, we will drive all the way around the fjords. Keep your eyes peeled for more incredible wildlife and stunning scenery!
Depending on the weather, we will arrive back in Reykjavík at around 5-6 pm. This trip is jammed full of exciting adventures, stunning wildlife, magnificent nature, inspiring history, and culture. You will collect memories that you will never forget!
Optional Blue Lagoon Extension
As an optional extra, you can also book this tour with an extension which includes a visit to the Blue Lagoon (if you book the extension, the admission fee will be included).
After the six-day tour around Iceland, you will be dropped off at your chosen drop-off location. You will have time to have dinner and then, at 7:30 pm, you will be picked up for the Blue Lagoon transfer. After relaxing in the Blue Lagoon, you will be taken back to the same location.
When departing from the Blue Lagoon to return to Reykjavik, you can choose to depart at either 10:15 pm or 11:15 pm, just let the bus driver know.
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