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Search the skies for the Northern Lights on a guided, 2.5-hour boat cruise from Reykjavik. The still waters of Faxaflói Bay make an ideal spot for stargazing and catching the sometimes elusive Northern Lights. Learn all about Mother Nature’s fireworks display from a guide, sip a warm drink on board (own expense), and enjoy hassle-free hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected).
Tick off three of Iceland’s most popular attractions in only one day on this full-day Golden Circle tour from Reykjavik. In addition to visiting the UNESCO-listed Thingvellir National Park and the Geysir Geyser, you’ll experience an exhilarating snowmobile ride on the Langjökull glacier. During the tour, you will also see the Gullfoss Waterfall.
Combine a snowmobile glacier ride with a bath in thermal hot springs on this full-day tour from Reykjavik. Traveling by super truck, pass the Geysir geothermal field en route to the Langjökull glacier, Europe’s second-largest. Zoom over the ice on a snowmobile ride, check out a natural ice cave, and then break for lunch and dip in a thermal hot spring.
Brave the winter chill in search of the Northern Lights on this guided Aurora Borealis tour from Reykjavik. After pickup from your Reykjavik lodging, head out away from city lights in a comfortable minivan until reaching a secluded spot in the Icelandic countryside. Watch the natural light show, and then return to your Reykjavik hotel.
Go deep into a world of blue ice and frozen tunnels on a full-day tour from Reykjavík to the man made Ice Cap Glacier on Langjökull. Start the day at the steaming Deildartunguhver hot spring, then see the lacy, scenic waterfalls at Hraunfossar. Rumble through ice caves in an 8-wheel monster truck, then continue on foot into caves lit by vivid LED lights. Listen to the sounds of creaking ice and dripping water, then return to the surface and relax on a comfortable bus for the trip back to Reykjavík.
Descend to the frozen enchantment of Iceland’s ice caves on a full-day trip from Reykjavik. Alongside your guide, you’ll spend the day at the Langjökull Glacier and explore the icy labyrinths below it. Deep inside the glacier cave, you’ll admire fjords and waterfalls while listening to commentary rich with geological information. Then, head to the Borgarfjörður valley to be amazed by the beauty of Hraunfossar falls, a waterfall carved out by volcanic eruptions. Round-trip transport from your Reykjavik hotel are included.
Seek out the northern lights on this 4-hour tour from Reykjavik by ‘super jeep,’ a SUV adapted to travel through Iceland’s rugged terrain. Travel out of the Icelandic capital and deep into the countryside, where you’ll search for the best spots from which to view the spectacle. If luck isn’t on your side and you don’t see the lights, simply rebook with the operator to take the tour again at no extra cost. This tour is a small-group tour ensuring a more intimate experience.
Located just 30 minutes from Reykjavik, the Raufarhólshellir Lava Tunnel is one of the most accessible natural wonders in the country. This 3-hour tour takes you inside the tunnel — a feat only available on a guided tour.
Iceland—the Land of Fire and Ice—boasts bubbling mud pools and frozen glaciers, and many of the most impressive natural attractions lie along the country’s southern shores. On this full-day sightseeing tour, travel in comfort by air-conditioned minivan to landmarks including Skógafoss waterfall and hike over the Sólheimajökull glacier. With round-trip travel from central Reykjavik included, find out exactly how Iceland earned its nickname.
Explore Iceland by ‘Super Jeep’ on a private, fully-customizable 10-hour excursion from Reykjavik, and discover geysers, waterfalls, tectonic rifts, and more. With flat rate pricing for souped-up vehicles that accommodate up to 4, 6, or 10 people, this private Iceland tour is designed just for you. See the Golden Circle, check out Iceland’s top highlights, or design your own day with an experienced guide, and see Iceland beyond the beaten track.
The adventure begins long before you reach the ice cave on this tour of the Langjokull Glacierglacier, a great choice for thrill seekers. Traveling by off-road vehicle allows you to conquer the otherwise impassable roads of the glacial highlands, while a snowmobile ride reveals other-worldly terrain at the mouth of the ice cave.
Watching the Northern Lights is top of the bucket list for many visitors to Iceland and this evening tour from Reykjavík will maximize your chances of catching nature’s dazzling lightshow. Venture out into the countryside after dark, stop at remote viewpoints according to the Aurora forecast, and tuck into Icelandic pastries and hot chocolate as you wait for the Lights to make an appearance.
Experience the fun of an adrenaline-pumping 2-hour tour by all-terrain vehicle (ATV) through the Icelandic countryside near Reykjavik. Your expert guide leads you to the top of Mt Hafrafell and Mt Úlfarsfell where you enjoy breathtaking views of the Reykjanes peninsula, including Mt Esja the Hengill geothermal area, the city of Reykjavik and Faxaflói Bay. Expect to cross rivers and scale mountains on your sturdy ATV, with all equipment included. You can even visit a local farm and see animals such as horses, sheep and chickens.
Enhance your experience of Iceland’s renowned Golden Circle on a private full-day tour of iconic natural landmarks. Alongside an expert guide, absorb the spectacular landscapes of Thingvellir National Park and walk over the spot at which the Eurasian and American tectonic plates diverge. Gaze at the erupting geysers at Haukadalur Valley; see the steam rise from the surface of Lugarvatn’s hot springs; and capture photographs of the colossal cascades of the Gullfloss Waterfall. Receive undivided attention from your expert guide on this private tour.
If you’re visiting Iceland in the winter months, a Northern Lights hunting tour is a must. Maximize your chances by going out only when activity and cloud forecasts are favorable. The sighting rate on this tour is high but spotting the elusive Aurora Borealis can’t be guaranteed. This tour from Reykjavik ensures an unforgettable evening, as you combine a Northern Lights hunt, with a spectacular stargazing experience, and experience the magic of Iceland by night.
For many travelers, the highlight of a trip to Iceland is the chance to see the Northern Lights shooting magnificent colors across the night sky. With this tour, you'll get to ride out into the dark wilderness and hunt for the northern lights, all in the comfort of a Wi-Fi equipped "Super-Jeep." You'll also get to stop for a shot of Iceland's traditional Brennivin liquor or hot coca served with a kleina, or traditional Icelandic donut.
Watch the skies above Faxaflói Bay light up on a 2.5-hour northern lights cruise from Reykjavík aboard a comfortable sightseeing vessel. Learn the science behind the aurora borealis during a short multimedia presentation at the Whale Watching Centre, then wrap up in a warm overall and head out on the water. Enjoy unobstructed panoramas of the water and sky from a viewing deck, or slip into the heated, indoor lounge for warm drinks. Leave the city lights of Reykjavík far behind, and take in Iceland’s finest show from the sea.
Feast your senses on the spellbinding landscapes of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula on a private full-day excursion from Reykjavik. Travel through the enchanting Borgafjordur region alongside an expert guide, passing dramatic coastlines and abundant volcanic features. Gaze at the snow-capped glacier that smothers the Snaefellsnes Volcano; pass through quaint Icelandic villages, Arnarstapi and Hellnar; and gain fascinating insight into the geological heritage of the region from your expert guide.
Enjoy awe-inspiring aerial views of Reykjavik and its mountains on this Iceland helicopter tour. Choose a morning or afternoon flight, and thrill as your helicopter whirrs upwards and soars over Reykjavik and the mountains north of the city. Touch down on the flat summit of Mt Esja or a nearby mountain, step out of your helicopter, and take photos of the panoramas that stretch down over Reykjavik, the Atlantic and the nearby peaks. These Iceland helicopter tours take off from and touch back down at the Reykjavik domestic airport.
Swap crowded public transport for a day traveling to the Blue Lagoon in style—in a Mercedes-Benz V-Class luxury minivan. By opting for a private tour, you’ll save time organizing transfers, and instead, enjoy the luxury of door-to-door transfers, entry to the Blue Lagoon, a welcome drink, face masks, and use of a bathrobe and slippers. Having all of these perks included means you can relax and enjoy the saunas, steam rooms, and healing geothermal pools without having to organize anything.
Iceland is known for being in an incredible position to witness The Northern Lights—Aurora Borealis. You’ll save hours researching which areas boast the least light pollution by having an expert guide to take you to places where the Northern Lights have been seen before. Enjoy a convenient Reykjavik pickup and hear folklore tales about the Aurora as you travel to viewing sites. If the viewing conditions aren’t good, you’ll get a voucher to do the tour again on another night.
The Kötlujökull glacier lies in the frozen ice fields of Iceland, with rugged terrain making access difficult. On this full-day tour, spin through the icy countryside by powerful 4x4 vehicle and visit the beautiful Dragon Glass Katla ice cave. With your guide to lead the way and round-trip travel from Reykjavik included, explore the cave and take in the mighty Skogafoss waterfall—considered among southern Iceland’s top natural attractions.
Take a nighttime cruise from Reykjavik for a chance to see the awe-inspiring Northern Lights from the water. Head away from the city and gaze up at the dark sky, where Mother Nature shows off with this natural light display, also known as Aurora Borealis. The boat features outdoor viewing decks and an interior cabin where you can purchase drinks, if you wish.
Our 12 passenger max and knowledgeable local guide make our private tours a more intimate and authentic experience.Departure: TIMES VARY:1. Sept - 30. sept - Departure is 22:00 PM, Pickup starts at 21:30 PM 1. okt. - 30. Feb - Departure is 21:00 PM, Pickup starts at 20:30 PM1. march - 31. march - Departure is at 22:00 PM, Pickup starts at 21:30 PMPlease note that pickup takes 30 minutes