6-7 Day Guided Tours of Iceland

and Ice Caves (7 )

Northern Lights and Ice Caves

Visiting Iceland in winter lets you involvement on  some of nature’s most glorious wonders, including the Northern Lights. It’s also the time of year in Iceland when it safest to actually go inside the ice caves.

This tour offers both of these activities, as well as a visit to all three national parks in Iceland, Þingvellir National Park on the Golden Circle, Snæfellsjökull National Park in the west, and Vatnajökull National Park in South Iceland. You will also see the majority of the highlights of west and south Iceland. A good winter for seeing the highlights of this region of Iceland.

When: October–

Duration: 7 days/6 nights

An epic 7 day (7 days)

An epic 7 day hiking adventure

Two of Iceland’s most popular  treks are the Laugavegur trek and the Fimmvörðuháls trek, and this guided hiking tour has you doing both of them across seven days.

This is surely the tour for those of you who love to hike, and is aimed at the middle to developed trekker. You’ll be walking every day across volcanic , and sleeping dormitory style in mountain huts. The tour also include your luggage transportation between huts and all your meals, meaning you can central point on just enjoying the hiking!

When: June – August

Duration: 7 days/6 nights

Iceland Circle (6 days)

Complete Iceland Circle

Six days is certainly the minimum you’ll want to share out to doing the full circle of Iceland, and even so, you’ll miss a few things.

Still, if do want to cover the whole country, this is an wonderful and well reviewed tour that covers all the highlights of Iceland’s ring road, including the Golden Circle, the south Coast, Akureyri and Lake Myvatn regions. If you are a bit short on time but keen to see as much as possible, this is a good alternative.

When: Year round

Duration: 6 days/5 nights

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