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Discover Reykjavik by City Sightseeing bus, and explore the Icelandic capital on a hop-on hop-off tour. Your voucher is valid for 24 hours, so use it to ride around Reykjavik and visit the attractions that interest you most. Hop off to visit Laugardalur Valley, Harpa Concert Hall and more, or stay on board for a full loop and listen to the audio commentary to learn about the city.
Hunting for the Northern Lights is one of Iceland’s most popular winter activities, and this 3-5 hour tour from Reykjavik lets you do it in style, in a small group. Traveling by minivan, head into the dark countryside away from any urban light pollution, and visiting different viewpoints to see the radiant natural lights. A camera tripod for taking photos, plus blankets, delicious ‘kleina’ pastries and cocoa are included to keep you warm.
Iceland is home to soaring volcanoes and cascading waterfalls, but the most impressive natural attractions are spread far and wide. This Golden Circle bus tour heads directly through the Geysir geothermal area to sites of interest including the Gulfoss waterfall and Thingvellir National Park. Reach the landmarks in comfort with time to explore on foot, and enjoy panoramic views over the Icelandic countryside with round-trip travel from Reykjavik hotels included.
See all of Reykjavik's landmarks on this comprehensive minibus tour. Great for travelers with just a short time to spend, this guided excursion hits all of the city's important highlights. Visit the Harpa Concert Hall, the presidential residence at Bessastadir, and Hallgrimskirkja. Enjoy engaging commentary from your local guide and round-trip transportation from your hotel.
Located just outside of Reykjavik, the Raufarhólshellir Lava Tunnel is one of the most accessible natural wonders in the country. This guided tour takes you inside the tunnel—a feat only available on a guided tour—where you can see magnificent geological features that have been created by ancient lava flows.
This 4 hour tour takes you through one of the most beautiful areas in Iceland. The tour begins by going to “The Bridge Between Continents”, next up is a short hike up a “volcanic crater” that was active for 30 years. From there we will drive through a beautiful lava field and see how the mid-atlantic ridge comes to land. Next we'll head to the most active hot-spring in Iceland “Gunnuhver”, this is where you really can feel the power of the nature, it is truly amazing.
We will be heading to “Brimketill” after Gunnuhver. Brimketill is known for huge waves from the Atlantic Ocean colliding with the volcanic landscape, you mey get wet. After these stops we go see to one of the most famous tourist attraction in Iceland, “The Blue Lagoon”. There you will be able to wonder around and see the shiny blue water in the black lava fields. If you wish to go in the lagoon you can buy tickets online. Along the way on the tour we stop at a local cafe down by the harbour in “Gindavík”.
Discover some of Iceland’s most mesmerizing landscapes on this half-day private tour of the stunning Reykjanes peninsula, home to lava fields, craters, and hot springs. Highlights include a photo stop at the Blue Lagoon, panoramic views from Reykjanes Lighthouse, and a visit to the bridge that connects the continental plates of North-America and Eurasia.
The Northern Lights are one of the world’s most spectacular natural phenomenon, and Iceland is one of few places in the world where it’s possible to view the elusive Aurora borealis. Maximize your chances of witnessing nature’s lightshow on this tour from Reykjavík, and seek out the best viewing spots around the city.
Leave the crowded tour busses behind, and discover Iceland’s most iconic natural attractions on a small group tour of the famous Golden Circle. Visit Thingvellir National Park, the golden Gullfoss waterfall; and the stunning geothermal activity at Geysir. This afternoon excursion leaves you free to relax in the morning and take in Reykjavik’s nightlife in the evening.
Go in search of the Northern Lights on this 4-hour night tour from Reykjavik. Traveling by 4x4 Land Rover Defender or 6-door Ford Excursion, aka a 'super jeep,' you'll leave the city to get away from light pollution in order to better your chances of seeing this natural phenomenon also known as Aurora Borealis. With a little luck and clear skies, sightings can occur from fall to spring.
Bear witness to one of the world’s rarest natural phenomena: Iceland’s ethereal blue ice caves. Embark on a guided winter adventure in Vatnajökull National Park, departing from the famous Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. Ride a Super Jeep to the glacier, then hike inside one of the stunning ice caves.
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.
Get to know the spirit of Reykjavik on this walking tour of Iceland's capital. Follow your guide to the city's most important landmarks, including the Sun Voyager (Sólfar) sculpture, Harpa Concert Hall, the Old Harbour, the multicolored Thingholt houses, and the Hallgrímskirkja Church. Along the way, learn about the city's culture, history, and traditions through your guide's entertaining commentary. All entrance fees and light refreshments are included.
Join this unique tour led by an Icelandic Professional Northern Lights Hunter. Departures guaranteed. Northern Lights guaranteed.* This tour is a first of it's kind in the world!
You'll visit the newly opened Northern Lights Observatory where Northern Lights have been captured in large glass tubes for you to explore in a comfortable setting. The Observatory is located in the rugged lava fields of Reykjanes Geopark. Purposefully built away from light pollution it offers a Dark Park optimal for viewing the natural Northern Lights, weather allowing.
If weather conditions are not optimal at the Dark Park the tour will continue on a hunt for the best location to view natural Northern Lights.
*By carefully mixing gases and charging them with electrical energy, real Northern Lights have been made in 6 large glass tubes. The tubes are connected to real-time satellite data and simulate natural Northern Lights. *Simulated Northern Lights are guaranteed. We'll hunt for the natural lights.
Visit the dramatic Reykjanes peninsula on a 6-hour tour from Reykjavík, and spend the day exploring scenic lakes, geothermic areas, a historic fishing town, and bubbling mud pools, including a trip across the ‘Bridge Between the Continents,’ which links Reykjavik’s two tectonic plates. This 6-hour Reykjanes tour includes pickup and drop-off from central Reykyavik, with the option to end the day at the Blue Lagoon or Keflavik International Airport.
Seize the opportunity to see one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles during this evening Reykjavik Northern Lights tour. Hop into a climate-controlled coach with an expert guide, and venture deep into Iceland’s darkness-cloaked countryside, far from the electric glow of any towns. Stop at different locations to scan the ink-black skies for the legendary lights, and with luck, catch a dazzling display that you’ll remember forever. Taking a Northern Lights Iceland tour is a must for anyone visiting Reykjavik in winter, so don’t miss out!
Spotting the northern lights is notoriously tricky. Greatly increase your chances on this tour from Reykjavík that takes you out into the countryside and away from the light pollution of the city. The exact location of the tour depends on each night's weather conditions and forecast but be confident that your experience aurora-hunter guides will find the most optimal spot to see the magical light show.
Admire the Northern Lights, brighter in the middle of the Arctic winter than any other time, during this 3-hour nighttime tour from Reykjavik. With the direction of an expert guide well-versed in the best times and places to catch the lights, head out into Iceland's open spaces for spectacular views. Get guidance on how to take the best photos of the phenomenon and listen to your guides explain what causes the lights to appear. Hear an onboard audio tour in 10 languages during your round-trip transportation from Reykjavik hotels. Wear very warm clothing; special 'Aurora Jackets' are available for rent.
Witness the three wonders of the famous Iceland Golden Circle on this day trip from Reykjavik. Travel by air-conditioned vehicle with an expert guide and learn the history and geology of each site. See the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall, the bubbling pools and Strokkur waterspout at Geysir and the incredible tectonic rift at Thingvellir National Park. On route, drink in Iceland’s stark beauty and learn how islanders are using its natural steam and geothermal waters to produce sustainable energy.
The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, draw hopeful travellers to Iceland from across the world, but knowing how to boost your chances of the best sightings requires skill and practise. On this Northern Lights bus tour, enjoy round-trip travel from your Reykjavik hotel and head out into the Icelandic countryside with your experienced guide. Hit the best spots for the clearest visibility, and reschedule for free if you don’t get lucky.
This 8-day tour takes you to the must see Golden Circle route with all its amazing sites. You will see the unbeatable Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and of course the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Thingvellir National Park. Next you will be heading to the much talked about South Coast, where you will explore the unique black sand beach, Reynisfjara and Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon. After exploring the Eastfjords, Lake Mývatn awaits with its unique surroundings, you will explore Dimmuborgir lava pillars and then carry on the journey to the capital of the North, Akureyri. From there you will head to West Iceland and Snæfellsnes Peninsula and find some hidden gems and locations to experience, such as Kirkjufell mountain, lava pillars, a white beach and waterfalls.
While you enjoy this versatile tour you will be able to book extra tours and activities along the way to make your experience even more special, such as horse riding, hiking, and exploring ice caves.
Raise your chances of seeing the Northern Lights by heading far from light pollution on this evening tour from Reykjavik. Settle into a comfortable coach, and venture deep into the countryside away from cities and towns, looking for clear skies and watching for the lights. Visit different viewpoints to follow sightings or scan the skies, and with luck, enjoy a memorable light display. Warming cocoa and ‘kleina’ (deep-fried pastries) included.
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.
The Golden Circle is one of the most popular sightseeing tour in Iceland – which doesn’t come as a surprise considering you are visiting the most renowned attractions in the country when you drive along the Golden Circle route. The tour mainly consists of 3 distinctly unique locations; Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir known as Strokkur and the waterfall called Gullfoss.
Thingvellir is the first stop which showcases where the Icelandic Parliament began in 930AD and is still running to this day.
The second stop is the only erupting Geysir in Iceland, Strokkur. In 1963 after decades of it not erupting locals under advice from the Geysir Committee helped to clear a blockage and it has been erupting ever since.
The third and final stop is Gullfoss (Golden Waterfall) which was created at the end of the last Ice Age. Gullfoss is known to be the largest waterfall in terms of volume of water with the average around 1400 m³/s in summer and 80 m³/s in winter.