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Ride an Icelandic horse across open moors and fields, then look for minkes, humpbacks, porpoises, and white-beaked dolphins on a whale-watching cruise from Reykjavik. This full-day experience takes in the best of the country’s wildlife and scenery, both on land and at sea. Practice Iceland’s unique tölt gait and learn how horses arrived in Iceland almost a millennium ago, then search the waters of Faxaflói Bay while enjoying sweeping views of the rugged coastline.
Explore Iceland’s ring road on an intimate small group tour. Maximize your chances of seeing the elusive Northern Lights, and experience Icelandic winter landscapes. Join a 9-night journey through the countryside, from the South Coast to Goðafoss waterfall in the North and around the Snaefellsnes peninsula. Explore villages, glaciers, lava formations, and waterfalls for full immersion in this mysterious landscape. Enjoy 9 nights’ accommodation at local farms, ensuring you meet local people and animals and eat authentic cuisine.
In Norse mythology, aurora was Bifrost a bridge between earth and asgard - home of goods. It was guarded by the Heimdal and destroyed during ragnarok. Some attributed the aurora to reflections from the shields of the Valkyries - women chosen by Odin to guide fallen warriors to Valhalla. Others believed their glow came from the beautiful Viking goddess Freja, riding horseback on the sky.
These days we know aurora is caused by solar wind and thanks to science and technology we can predict it with high possibility.
We would like to offer you private hunting away from bus tours at remote spots visited by very few with a optional plan G.
With us you take no risk!
We'll contact you day before tour to discuss viewing probability and
if due to spoiled weather we cancel the tour you'll be refunded or offered different date. As for the plan G - if weather would be mixed we can get underground first, explore cave and after watch northern lights or the other way around depending on the weather.
Did you know Snæfellsnes was featured in Jules Verne's classic "Journey to the Centre of the Earth"? We won't go quite that far, but still see some unforgettable sights, and partake in amazing adventures of our own! Get ready for a full day of exploring, and make sure to grab your camera!
Discover the attractions of the popular sightseeing route known as the Golden Circle on this private guided tour. First, visit the Thingvellir National Park before heading to the Geysir hot spring followed by Gullfoss, also known as the Golden Waterfall. At the end of the tour, take a soak in the Secret Lagoon, a quiet hot spring located in the small village of Flúðir.
Experience more of Iceland on this fantastic, luxury guided tour and you too can grab the VIP experience, sightseeing and bathing your holiday time away in total bliss. Join us for a fantastic private day tour on the Golden Circle and Secret Lagoon Luxury Private day Tour.
Special offer for tours taking place in February and March
For those who buy our Golden Circle tour taking place in February and March, we offer a free airport transfer for your departure. You need to inform us when your departure from Iceland is and your flight number.
Spend a day exploring the Reykjanes Peninsula, a UNESCO-listed geopark in Iceland’s scenic southwest. With a guide, you’ll discover Icelandic highlights such as the famous Reykjanes Lighthouse, the Bridge Between Continents, and more. After exploring the lakes and hot springs of the region, you’ll finally relax at the Blue Lagoon where glowing blue waters and steam await.
Take the Southcoast or southshore tour of Iceland to see Reynisdragar at the black beach. The non-manmade basalt columns are a sight to see as nature's own version of urban buildings. This is one of my favorite tours.
If you’re looking for a Northern Lights experience with a difference in Reykjavík, come and enjoy an evening with North Sailing onboard the traditional sailing boat Opal. Gaze at the scenery, learn about how to sail a traditionally rigged boat or enjoy the wooden hot tub on-deck.
A trip like no other, you can soak up the atmosphere down below deck and warm up next to the wood burning stove.
During the two-and-a-half-hour trip, you will sail from Reykjavík harbour, between the islands of Faxaflói and majestic lighthouses.
Enjoy fantastic views of the Reykjavík city lights, Yoko Ono’s Imagine Peace Tower and the Aurora Borealis – a unique viewpoint unlike anything you can see from land!
Last but not least, try to on-deck hot tub for a reasonable price!
Don’t miss sthe beautiful sights of Iceland’s southern coast on this full-day tour from Reykjavik. See the famous Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Hekla, Eyjafjallajokull, and Westman Islands. Plus, enjoy a stroll on the black-sand beach, Reynisfjara. With hotel pickup and drop-off included and all your stops scheduled out for you, it’s easy to explore the southern coast without putting the time into planning the whole day yourself.
Make the most of your time in Iceland by seeing the top sites of Reykjavík and visiting the Blue Lagoon in a day. After a convenient pickup from your accommodation, travel with ease between dispersed sites in a comfortable vehicle. A guide makes sure you get the most out of your trip with fascinating commentary about the history of Reykjavík. Also avoid long lines by having tickets to the healing geothermal spa area of the Blue Lagoon included.