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Strandir, magical Adventure by Minibus

The magnificent Westfjords

On this Strandir Adventure tour, you will get acquainted with the most remote part of Iceland. Even amongst Icelanders the Westfjords are known for their magnificent scenery and tranquillity.

From Reykjavik to Strandir

We start early and drive from Reykjavik to the small town of Holmavik at Strandir county. This town is the largest settlement in Strandir and serves as a center of commerce for the county. Here you also find the museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft.

Witchcraft and Supernatural

Strandir is an area with an exciting and tragic history of witchcraft witch-hunting and sorcery. In other words, we will be heading into the mystical world of the supernatural.
Here you also find the museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft.

From Holmavik to Steingrímsfjörður

From Holmavik we drive along the coastline of Steingrimsfjordur where we frequently see the majestic Humpback Whales at play in the Fjord.

Arriving at Djúpavík

Some 70 kilometers from Holmavik we arrive at the magical, ghostlike village of Djúpavík. Hundreds of people lived here in the golden “herring” age. The abandoned factory along with the rusted remains of Ms. Sudurland brings you back in time and gives you an idea of how remote this place truly is.

Krossaneslaug. Geothermal swimingpool

Just north of Djúpavík, we will dip our toes into the Krossaneslaug swimming pool. This poll is arguably one of the most remote man-made swimming pools in the world. Here you can relax in the comfortably warm pool while watching the roaring waves of the North Atlantic.>

From ISK 15,900
reykjavik tour

Reykjavik Excursion & Blue Lagoon. Private Day Tour

Private Blue Lagoon Tour

The excursion will take place in the center of Reykjavik; you will visit the most remarkable architectural sights and historical places of the city.

During this fascinating tour, you will get acquainted with the history and main places of Reykjavik
The Blue Lagoon is one of Iceland’s most popular attractions, and it’s is a little wonder as to why. The beautiful milky-blue water is unlike anything else found in the world and makes a stark contrast to the surrounding black lava field and its creeping grey moss. It sits at 39°C (102°F) year-round, making it the perfect temperature for bathing.

The Reykjanes Peninsula

The lagoon is situated on the Reykjanes Peninsula in southwest Iceland, a region renowned for its barren landscapes and cone-shaped volcanoes. It is only a 45-minute drive from Reykjavík. That makes it the perfect first stop when arriving in Iceland, or the last stop before you leave the country. Due to its good location, soothing waters and rich skin nourishment, the Blue Lagoon became Iceland’s most visited attraction, rivaled only by the Golden Circle sightseeing tour.

Please read the Overview below or book this tour here. If you need more information, send us an inquiry.

From ISK 75,000
8 day tour

8 day tour around Iceland

This tour has it all, a true adventure

Join us on an exceptional 8-day expedition to Iceland’s most popular attractions.

We start from Reykjavik. We will visit the most famous and beautiful places in Iceland, including several little-known treasures of Icelandic nature. We will be swimming in Hot Spring Pools, go horseback riding, visit some spectacular glacier Ice caves. Join us on this spectacular tour and experience Iceland in an unforgettable way.

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From ISK 235,000

Silver Circle Small Group Day Tour | Canyon Baths, Waterfalls & Sagas

Hot spring canyon baths

The heartland of the Sagas

This thrilling tour takes you to Borgarfjordur, the heartland of the Icelandic Sagas, for a day of exploration, natural wonders and relaxation. Here you’ll see untamed landscapes that will help bring Viking history to life, including secret waterfalls, unique canyon baths, hot springs and medieval Icelandic heritage sites.

This thrilling tour takes you to Borgarfjordur, the heartland of the Icelandic Sagas, for a day of exploration, natural wonders and relaxation. Here you’ll see untamed landscapes that will help bring Viking history to life, including secret waterfalls, unique canyon baths, hot springs and medieval Icelandic heritage sites.

Deildartunguhver

Your West Iceland adventure will start with a convenient pickup from your accommodation in Reykjavik. The tour takes the scenic route from the capital past Mount Esja and then by tunnel deep under Hvalfjordur to the gateway to West Iceland. We’ll make a short stop in Borgarnes for refreshments and to take in the astonishing views across the broad fjord there.

Hraunfossar

Hraunfossar, a magnificent series of waterfalls that runs for nearly a kilometer across the Hallmundarhraun lava field. Hraunfossar translates as the “Lava Waterfalls”, but nowadays only crystal-clear waters rush over the edges of rugged volcanic cliffs, fed from the nearby Langjokull glacier and tumbling into the Hvita (White) river. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to see countless waterfalls cover such a large area, with several viewing platforms allowing you to enjoy them from different perspectives.

From ISK 20,900
silver circle

Silver Circle, the Lava Cave, Waterfalls & Hot Spring

Visit the most Powerful Hot Spring in Iceland

The heatland of the Sagas and dramatic landscape

Hot spring and lava

Marvelous waterfalls, dramatic lava fields, spectacular lava cave, boiling hot springs, and medieval Icelandic heritage are all awaiting you. On this exciting tour you will be spellbound by all the beautiful nature

Deildartunguhver

You will visit Deildartunguhver, famed as the most powerful hot springs in Europe. It produces more than 180 liters of boiling hot water per second! You can feel the fierce power of Mother Nature as you walk safely on boardwalks.

Hraunfossar

You will also see the great Hraunfossar, a stunning series of waterfalls formed by several rivers running a distance of about 900m across the Hallmundarhraun lava field, created a thousand years ago by a volcano erupting under the nearby Langjokull glacier.

Viðgelmir Lava Cave

The highlight of the tour is a trip to the magnificent Vidgelmir Lava Cave. Nearly 1600 meters long, the cave takes you deep inside a lava flow, filled with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, fascinating ice and lava formations and multi-colored rocks. This 90-minute-long expedition into the most extensive lava caves in the country will amaze you, giving you a real sense of the power and scale of these volcanic eruptions

From ISK 19,900
blue lagoon

Golden Circle & Blue Lagoon

History, Culture, and the Blue Lagoon

Tour Highlights:- Thingvellir National Park- Gullfoss waterfall – Geysir – Blue Lagoon transfer and admission.

You will be picked up at your hotel/guesthouse around noon and you will be on your way to the famous Golden Circle and Geysir.
We will drive through the farming heartland with an abundance of history. Here is where the most dramatic events of the Sagas took place.

Thingvellir National Park

Shortly after departure from Reykjavik, we will enter the Thingvellir National Park. This is where Alþingi or the Althing Parliament, one of the oldest democratic legislative bodies, was established in the year 930 AD.

Geysir Sputing Hot Spring

On the way, you will visit Geysir and Strokkur, one of only a few areas in the world where you can witness a spouting hot spring. This is truly a unique phenomenon you will never forget. Gullfoss or the Golden Waterfall is truly one of the most beautiful creations of mother nature.

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is a magnificent geothermal site with the world’s finest natural spa. People come a long way to get into this turquoise-colored geothermal water. Besides the unique water, the surroundings of the Lagoon are magnificent. Some people say it is like “out of this world”.

Join us for a spectacular day

From ISK 22,990
skógarfoss

South Coast Adventure in a small Group

Sout Coast Adventure

we operate in small groups

We leave the capital area behind and we will soon reach the countryside. Along the way, we can see Hellisheiðarvirkjun, the geothermal power plant for Reykjavik. It is located in Hengill, a high-temperature area that provides the capital area with hot water and electricity. Steam is billowing up everywhere.

Expect a spectacular view

As we venture south, we will drive through the typical lowlands of this area. In the distance, we can already see the mountains and the ice cap of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier. On sunny days it is also possible to see the Westman Islands shimmering in the Atlantic Ocean.

Skógafoss Waterfall

Our first stop is Skógafoss waterfall. It is one of the most iconic waterfalls in the country and was even featured in Game of Thrones. His 60m drop will keep you speechless for sure. Your guide will tell you all about the hidden treasure chest behind the waterfall and with some luck, you will be the first one to find it.

Reynisfjara – Black Beach

Now it’s time to hit the road again. After a short ride, we stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach. The beach was once rated as one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world and as soon as you put a foot on the beach, you will know why. Basalt columns and the well-known Reynisdrangar rock formations await you. Your guide will tell you all the interesting stories and sagas that are connected to this place.

Vík í Mýrdal

Having now reached our most southern point, this charming fishing village is the center of the southern region. On the tour, we will pay a visit to the church where we can enjoy a great view of the coastline.

Sólheimajökull Glacier

Besides waterfalls, Iceland is also known for glaciers. 11% of the country is covered by ice. Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier coming down the fourth biggest glacier of Iceland, called Mýrdalsjökull.

Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui Waterfalls

Heading back in the direction of Reykjavik, our last stop will be the ever-popular Seljalandsfoss waterfall. The waterfall lays underneath the well-known Eyfjallajokull, the volcano that erupted in 2010. If conditions allow, we take a walk behind the waterfall’s curtain before paying a visit to its nearby cousin Gljúfrabúi, found hidden from view in the mountainside.

From ISK 14,900
Gullfoss

Golden Circle and Kerid Crater

Golden Circle and Kerid Crater

Three of Iceland’s most popular attractions

The Golden Circle Iceland tour offers three of Iceland’s most popular attractions – Þingvellir national park, Geysir, and Gullfoss. Those three stops are part of the classic route. To make the best out of your day, we added some of our favorite extra stops.

Þingvellir

Our first stop on this Golden circle iceland tour is at Þingvellir, the place of the first Icelandic parliament. The first parliament was established there in 930 AD and it is, therefore, the oldest one in Europe. Besides all the history you can also see the Mid-Atlantic ridge. This is the split of the tectonic plates that divides Europe from North America.

Geysir

After that, we stop at Geysir. This “water puddle” gives its name to all the other Geysers in the world. “Strokkur”, the little brother of Geysir, is still active today and he erupts every 5-8min and it is truly a big spectacle.

Gullfoss

Last but not least is Gullfoss, the golden waterfall. This is oone of the main attraction of the Golden circle iceland Tour. In the summertime, up to 130.000 liters per second are running down this powerful waterfall. In good weather conditions, we are also able to see Langjökull glacier as well.

Kerid volcanic crater

Kerid is a volcanic crater that is located in the Grímsnes area. It is part of the Western Volcanic Zone, which includes the Reykjanes peninsula and the Langjökull Glacier. The caldera of the crater is well intact and about 55m deep and 270m wide. Another remarkable feature is the aquamarine blue water of the lake that can be found in the crater.

From ISK 12,900
sólheimajökull

South Coast Adventure with Glacier Hike

South Coast Adventure with Glacier Hike

Leaving for the South Coast Adventure

We leave the capital area behind for this glacier hike iceland tour and we will soon reach the countryside. Along the way, we can see Hellisheiðarvirkjun, the geothermal power plant for Reykjavik. It is located in Hengill, a high-temperature area that provides the capital area with hot water and electricity. Steam is billowing up everywhere.

Mýrdalsjökull Glacier

As we venture south, we will drive through the typical lowlands of this area. In the distance, we can already see the mountains and the ice cap of Mýrdalsjökull glacier. On sunny days it is also possible to see the Westman Islands shimmering in the Atlantic Ocean.

Skogafoss Waterfall

Our first stop is Skogafoss Waterfall. It is one of the most iconic waterfalls in the country and was even featured in Game of Thrones. His 60m drop will keep you speechless for sure. Your guide will tell you all about the hidden treasure chest behind the waterfall and with some luck, you will be the first one to find it.

Sólheimajökull Glacier

Now it’s time for the highlight of the tour. The glacier hike iceland. Besides waterfalls, Iceland is also known for glaciers. 11% of the country is covered by ice. Sólheimajökull is an outlet glacier coming down the fourth biggest glacier of Iceland, called Mýrdalsjökull. We put on our safety gear and start our hike on the glacier. The hike is approximately 2,5h long with 1,5h spend on the glacier.

Reynisfjara – Black Beach

Now it’s time to hit the road again. After a short ride, we stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach. The beach was once rated as one of the 10 most beautiful places in the world and as soon as you put a foot on the beach, you will know why. Basalt columns and the well known Reynisdrangar rock formations await you. Your guide will tell you all the interesting stories and sagas that are connected to this place.

Vík í Mýrdal

Having now reached our most southern point, this charming fishing village is the center of the southern region. On the tour, we will pay a visit to the church where we can enjoy a great view of the coastline.

Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui Waterfalls

Heading back in the direction of Reykjavik, our last stop will be the ever-popular Seljalandsfoss waterfall. The waterfall lays underneath the well known Eyfjallajokull, the volcano that erupted in 2010. If conditions allow, we take a walk behind the waterfall’s curtain before paying a visit to its nearby cousin Gljúfrabúi, found hidden from view in the mountainside.
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From ISK 19,990
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Spectacular Snaefellsnes Peninsula Natural Park

Spectacular Snaefellsnes Peninsula Natural Park

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Iceland in Miniature

The Snæfellsnes Peninsula is often called “Iceland in Miniature”. It is the perfect combination of waterfalls, rough lava fields, black sand beaches, and Icelandic folklore. We head west and our first stop is a small town called Borgarnes. After a quick stop to buy some snacks and refreshments we are on our way to the Peninsula. In good weather conditions, we can already see the glacier that sits atop a stratovolcano that is well known from the Novel “Journey to the center of the earth”.

Berserkjahraun Lava Field

The first stop is Berserkjahraun lava field. It was created around 4.000 years ago after the three surrounding volcanos erupted shortly after each other. The name also comes from an exciting story back from the Viking age. Your guide will tell you all about it and he’ll show you the way to a secret and hidden waterfall.

Kirkjufell

The most photographed mountain in Iceland is next on our list. You probably noticed it on the TV show “Game of Thrones”. It is surrounded by a beautiful waterfall you’ll get enough time to stroll around the walking paths to explore the area.

Saxhóll Volcanic Crater

Countless volcanic craters can be seen during the drive. Now it’s time to put a foot on one of the dormant craters on the peninsula. Saxhóll was created around 3.000 years ago and it is 100m high. A staircase makes the walk to the top very easy and the reward is a brilliant view over the surrounding lava fields.

Djúpalónssandur

Iceland is known for its black sand beaches. Djúpalónssandur is one of them and this place will definitely amaze you. Back in the day, a harbor for fishing boats could be found here and all the fishermen had to prove their strength beforehand. In order to do that, they had to lift stones of different weights. Only the strongest were able to secure a spot on one of the boats. The stones still can be found on the beach and you will have a chance to test your own strength.

Arnastapi

The next stop will be in Arnastapi, a beautiful and charming fishing village. During the time, powerful waves eroded the cliffs and left the stunning rock formations behind that can be seen today. Also, a sculpture of Bárður Snæfellsás, the guardian of the Penninsula, can be found here.

Budakirkja Black Church

The church was build in 1703. After the Danish king decided to dismiss the church in 1819, several residents fought for the reclamation and in 1849 they got the allowance to build a new chapel. A woman named Steinunn saved some of the old artifacts and thanks to her, we can still see them today.

Seal Colony at Ytri-Tunga

We are already on our way to Reykjavik, but we will have one last stop at a beautiful golden-colored beach. Huge seal colonies can be found at this beach during the whole year and your guide will lead you to the place where you can find them.

From ISK 16,990