This three-day package tour in the land of fire and ice, combines natural wonders, awe-inspiring beauty and exciting adventure, making it the perfect mini-holiday for adventurous souls, who love nature. It is ideal for anyone who wants to explore all the magic that Iceland has to offer: gorgeous waterfalls, bubbling hot springs, craggy lava fields, glaciers and much, much more: this short tour has it all!
Small Groups & Personal Service
Duration: 3 Days
Group maximum: 16 per guide
Available: All Year
Age limit: 14
- Þingvellir National Park
- Gullfoss Waterfall
- Geysir hot spring area
- Lava caving
- Sólheimajokull Glacier
- Glacier Hiking
- Ice Climbing
- Skógafoss Waterfall
- The Blue Lagoon
- Pick-up in Reykjavik
- Entrance fee to the Blue Lagoon
- Guided Small Group Golden Circle tour
- Lava Caving Tour with Experienced Guide
- Glacier Hiking with Certified Guide
- Guided Small Group South Coast Tour
Please note: Below you can find a rough itinerary, however, the order of the tours can vary. We always send the final confirmation of the tour itinerary by email shortly after you book the tour and all the activities detailed below will be included in the final itinerary.
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The Golden Circle
There are three parts to the iconic Golden Circle tour: the geothermal area known as Geysir, famous for its many hot springs, which fire torrents of bubbling water up to 25 meters into the air. The historic and geologically significant Thingvellir National Park, which bisects two continents and is home to Althingi, site of the oldest continuously running parliament, founded in 930 AD and the majestic Gullfoss (the golden waterfall), where a cascading stream of water, crashes over a chasm in an idyllic setting.
Iceland is renowned as the land of fire and ice, due to its many mighty glaciers and capricious volcanos. Nothing better illustrates this than lava tube caves, ancient volcanic conduits, which carried molten rock through under the surface of the earth. Eventually, as the volcano activity ceased, leading to long cylindrical tubes forming, with magnificent rock formations, incredible colors and much, much more. They are a truly unique spectacle, quite unlike anything else you will see anywhere else in the world, and a great thing to explore alongside expert guides, who will teach you how they helped shape Iceland today.
Glacier Hike & Ice Climbing
Your professional glacier guide will provide you with all the equipment you need, before taking you onto the mighty Sólheimajökull Glacier, an icy wonderland, which is always evolving. Here you will encounter an alien-landscape, of sink-holes crevices and craggy ice ridges: a spectacular experience, which will remain with you forever. There will also be the chance to test out your ice-climbing skills, with all the equipment that you will need provided.
South Coast of Iceland
An exciting place of exquisite natural beauty, iconic folklore and legend, it combines rich green vegetation, coal-black beaches, mighty glaciers, imposing mountains and majestic waterfalls, making it a place that every traveler will want to see. It hosts some truly incredible locations including Seljalandsfoss, where you can walk behind the gushing torrent of the waterfall Reynisfjara a jet-black volcano sand beach and the famous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon, replete with shimmering diamond-like glaciers, which glide across its smooth surface. It is a cacophony of beauty, which will overwhelm your senses and make you want to stay there forever.
The iconic Blue lagoon is one of the most famous places in the entire of Iceland. It is possibly the world’s finest naturally occurring spa, situated amidst a black lava field, its sapphire blue waters, are famed for their healing properties. They are beautifully warmed by the lava, which runs underneath the surface of the earth, making it the kind of experience, which is both relaxing and sublime. So famous is the Blue Lagoon, that Icelandic doctors have actually been known to write prescriptions to attend. Whether it works or not, there is nothing quite like soaking in a natural spa, surrounded by incredible beauty, making it a must visit for anyone visiting Iceland.