Game of Thrones Tour (5 days)

Game of Thrones Tour

If you’re a Game of Thrones fan in Iceland for five days, this is certainly the tour you want to take. As you are probably already aware, much of the HBO series was filmed in Iceland, especially the scenes north of “the Wall”.

This tour takes you up to the north of Iceland, where you’ll investigate many of the filming locations around Lake Myvatn – as well some other amazing Iceland sights contain waterfalls, volcanoes and hot springs. On your fourth day you’ll return to Reykjavik, where we’d advise taking the elective add-on Golden Circle tour. This would take you to Thingvellir, another filming location.

When: October – April

Duration: 5 days/4 nights

South Iceland Winter Explorer by Super Jeep (5 days)

South Iceland Winter Explorer by Super Jeep

If you want to really get off the beaten track in Iceland in winter, the one way to that is in a Super Jeep. These specially modified have tyres and are raised far off the ground, letting them travel to places normal vehicles can’t go.

This super jeep tour takes in some of Iceland’s most spectacular winter backcountry, including Nature Reserve. It also includes the highlights of south Iceland, including the waterfalls, Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, a glacier hike, and the Golden Circle. A vast smaller group option that gets a bit off the beaten track!

When: October – April

Duration: 5 days/4 nights

Themed Reykjavik tour with Northern Lights, & Golden Circle (4 days)

Christmas Themed Reykjavik tour with Northern Lights

If you’re lucky enough to be visiting Iceland in , then this four day Christmas themed tour is a great alternative. As well as Christmas meals and a Christmas themed walking & food tour, it also contain a Northern Lights tour, a tour of the golden circle, and time to visit the Blue Lagoon.

This is surely a unique tour to learn a bit about how Christmas is celebrated in Iceland and some of the traditions and customs that this season has, as well as to try some of the Christmas food that is in Iceland. You must visit in this tour! Because this tour very   that are look like your .

When: December

Duration: 4 days/3 nights

Trekking from Landmannalaugar to Thorsmork (4 days)

Trekking from Landmannalaugar to Thorsmork

If you want to actually get under the skin of some of Iceland’s remote volcanic wilderness areas, then the best way to do that is with a multi-day hike. One of the most popular and pretty hikes in Iceland is this one, the Laugavegur trail, which runs from Landmannalaugar to Thorsmork.

Aimed at middle to advanced hikers, the trek with a community guide starts in Landmannalaugar, home to gorgeous mountains and a hotspot of geothermal pursuit. From here, you spend four days hiking across the stunning landscapes, camping each night in the wilderness huts along the road.

When: June –

Duration: 4 days/3 nights

 South Iceland including the Westman Islands (4 days)

 South Iceland including the Westman Islands

In their rush to tick off all the highlights of the south coast, many visitors never make it out to the attractive Westman Islands. These are a mere 40 minute ferry ride from the mainland, and are home to large numbers of seabirds in the Spring and Summer, including puffins.

This south iceland tour doesn’t make that fault. It covers all the highlights you would predict on the south coast of Iceland, including the Golden Circle, the newly opened Lava Center, the black sand beach, Vatnajökull National Park, and Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, but also includes a day and a night on the Westman islands, which in our perspectives are very much worth a visit.

When: May – September

Duration: 4 days/3 nights

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