Combine el dramático paisaje del círculo dorado con un viaje a las aguas termales naturales de Secret Lagoon en un recorrido de 9 horas para grupos pequeños desde Reikiavik. Visite el Parque Nacional de Thingvellir, las aguas termales de Geysir y la catarata de Gullfoss, con recogida y traslado de vuelta a los hoteles del centro, entradas al parque nacional, y la entrada a las aguas termales incluida.
Comience el día con la recogida en su hotel en el centro de Reikiavik, y a continuación, viaje al Parque Nacional de Thingvellir, un lugar destacado del Círculo Dorado de Islandia y declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Explore la fosa tectónica entre dos las placas tectónicas divergentes y visite Althing, el primer parlamento nacional de Islandia, y uno de los parlamentos en funcionamiento más antiguos del mundo. También tendrá tiempo para ver la fisura de Silfra y la grieta Almannagjá, así como la cascada Faxi antes de continuar hasta las aguas termales de Geysir.
Disfrute del poder volcánico del paisaje de primera mano, en un campo geotérmico de las burbujeantes aguas termales naturales y los géiseres, y vea el chorro de Strokkur brotar a 30 metros (100 pies) de altura.
El tercer destino en el Círculo Dorado es la catarata de Gullfoss, donde el río Hvíta se sumerge en dos espectaculares caídas, una de 11 metros (36 pies), y después otra de 21 metros (69 pies), lo cual provoca una potente niebla. Haga la última parada del día en las aguas termales de Secret Lagoon, donde tendrá tiempo para relajarse en las ricas aguas minerales de la piscina caliente natural antes de regresar a Reikiavik. Esta excursión finaliza con el traslado de vuelta a su hotel.
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, mar 2019
Alf was our driver and guide. He was funny and wears a peach coloured hat. Alf is very passionate about Iceland and is good at conveying that through his excitement about the places you visit. The sites themselves are great and a must see. Last stop at secret lagoon was magic way to relax. Well done everyone, especially Alf.
This tour was paced perfectly, with the natural attractions spaced throughout the day, meaning you were never in the minibus for too long. The highlight had to be the Secret Lagoon. More rustic than it's commercial neighbor, the Blue Lagoon, it felt more authentic and we benefitted by having less than a dozen people in the pool at any time, amazing experience to be swimming in the snow.
Van and driver were on time. But once we were moving we heard little from our driver/guide. Very uncommunicative and sort of mumbly. First stop - he pointed us in the direction of a waterfall and said he'd meet us at the end of the trail with the van. So there he was after we walked through the rift valley but never asked if we found the waterfall, which we didn't. Lunch at the geyser was fine. Next the Gulfoss Waterfall - very nice. As was the Secret Lagoon, where suits and towels were rentable. More than enough soaking time. Only downer was a very lackluster guide but a good, safe driver.
Tour content itself was pretty and well planned. Only negative point is the short time at strokkur, as this is also supposed to be lunch stop. We could only look at the strokkur quickly and no walk around the rest of tje area. To stop at the lagune in the end is perfect. However I did not learn anything during the tour. The "guide" was a nice person but his monotone and silent voice made most people in the bus fall asleep. Most things I could not understand and at some point i gave up. Apparently he was a teacher before. As mentioned the guide is a nice person but not quite good. Also our tour was delayed by 45 min due to other guests not showing up. As I know other companies only wait 10 min max 15 if guests do not show. Or at least the guide should have accted faster. 3 points only for the beauty of iceland, not the tour itself.
This all day tour took us to several beautiful and/or historic places. We had ample time for a short visit at all locations. Our guide was not very personable. It certainly felt like he was doing a job because he had to not because he enjoyed it or his clients.
Our guide was so wonderful. She clearly loves her country and that made the trip all that much more special. She told us stories and shared a story about the old gods on the way back. We also got a top notch suggestion for dinner. We ate at the Fish Company. Do it!
Excellent tour, the guide Thor was very knowledgeable and jovial, the sights on the golden circle are a must see for any trip to Iceland, there were only 15 people on the luxury mini bus and ample time at each of the sights along the way, including a detour to see another waterfall Flaxi which wasn't part of the tour but the driver thought too good to miss, the secret lagoon was the highlight, even though the day was cold - the water was so hot