- 6-hour tour of Game of Thrones filming locations from Reykjavik, led by an expert guide
- Visit famous Iceland locations that have featured in the HBO TV series Game of Thrones
- Explore the White Walkers’ stomping ground at Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site
- Soak up the incredible Lake Thingvallavatn scenery that acts as a backdrop to Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station
- See Thjorsárdalur valley and head to the site where a village was massacred by the Wildlings
- Hear stories about the popular show, based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels
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What You Can Expect
Your first stop will be Thingvellir National Park, a 40-minute drive. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was the set for many of the scenes in the show featuring the White Walkers. Disembark from the bus to check out the gorge of Thingvellir, where the European and American tectonic plates are slowly drifting apart, causing a massive crack in the earth's surface.
Stop for a drink and a snack (own expense), then continue on to one of Iceland's largest geothermal power stations. Set on the shores of Lake Thingvallavatn, this landmark is not a filming location, but its natural beauty makes it a worthwhile stop.
At the Thjorsárdalur valley, re-imagine the scene where a quiet farming village was attacked by Wildlings and the Thenns. Walk around the village on foot before climbing back aboard the bus and returning to Reykjavik.
Craig Hadfield United Kingdom
Dee Dee was such a fantastic guide, so enthusiastic and made me laugh most of the day. She knew everything there is worth knowing and really made the tour. Saw some fantastic locations, right out of the series. Can't recommend enough!
Our guide Astor was very animated and entertaining in telling stories about the filming locations and some history about Iceland along the way. The scenery was beautiful. Three film locations were visited. We made a few extra stops to waterfalls along the way, and even saw a horse performance before heading back to the city. There were some long stretches of drive time before a few of the locations to sneak in a nap on a long day or enjoy more of the Icelandic landscape. There was no food or drink allowed on the bus, but the stops were frequent enough that is was not an issue.
Great tour, Dee Dee is a very knowledgable guide. It was a shame that we did not get better weather that day.
We really enjoyed the monster bus too.
This was a great tour which I would highly recommend, the guide was first class, really knew his job he made the trip for us.
Our tour guy was really funny! It makes our tour more enjoyable! Over our expectations!
Great excursion. DeDe really knows her Game of Thrones and was so animated and fun. She had actual scene photos to show at each film location and the whole story to tell us as well. Well worth the trip and stayed off the beaten path to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Much better than I and #39;d actually anticipated. We went far off-road at points, to see some spectacular sights. The guide was great, clearly a massive fan and makes sure you and #39;ll see everything you possibly can. Highly recommended.
DeDe was a brilliant guide, I have never watched this but still found it very interesting. was a great day out to be recommended
Great guide, great scenery.
Very interesting tour ! Our guide, DeeDee was super enthusiastic and she talked to us about Game of Thrones, but also about facts in Iceland. Very fun and diversified, I loved my experience !