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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
private golden circle

Private Golden Circle Express

Private tour to Gullfoss and Geysir with addition

Visit seceret places

The Golden Circle

The main destionation of this tour is to visit two natural treasures; the Gullfoss Waterfall and Geysir geothermal spouting hot spring.
We will share with you the local secret spots of the popular route named Golden Circle, or Gullni hringurinn in local language.You will be travelling through the largest farmland area in Iceæand where the constant eruptions of the past ages has fertilize the soil.

The natural elenents

We will visit the must go places but with our twist and secret recipe that makes the experience so much fun and much more private.
This tour is designed to share the local secret spots of the popular route named Golden Circle. Our emphasis is connecting how we as Icelanders live with the elements island with 130 active volcanoes.
How we as a nation have decided to be self sufficient and harness the natural resources we have been privilege to have the volcanic activity of Iceland. We will visit a geothermal power plant to learn how your Luxury icon of a car is powered along with domestic electricity supply in Iceland.

We will visit both the must go places and with a little local secret twist that makes the experience so much fun exploring normally populated sights with limited people as we have a secret recipe for that.
You will on route back home visit a family run tomato plant family farmers that have learned how to be sufficient with there geothermal powered tomato farm. This tour is designed ideal for couples.

Please read the Overview below or book now. Need more information? Send us an inquiry.

From ISK 135,000
Lake Myvatn

Lake Mývatn Private Tour

Lake Myvatn

Lake Mývatn is the 4th largest lake in Iceland, 37 km2 in area. Its shores are indented with many coves and inlets and its surface is dotted with around 50 small islets and skerries.
Mývatn offers a unique natural environment. With large contrasts and short distances, you can experience the most and the best that Iceland has to offer.

Starting from Akureyri

We start our tour in Akureyri. We will drive east towards the beautiful Goðafoss waterfall. This is where we will make our first stop. The Goðafoss waterfall is a place of the significant historic value connected with when Icelanders took Christianity.

From Goðafoss and on

We continue east from Goðafoss towards Lake Mývatn. We’ll pass through the valley of Reykjadalur and head to Skútustaðir where we see the pseudocraters.
Dimmuborgir lava formations.
Our next stop is the stunning lava formations at Dimmuborgir. It is close to Lake Mývatn. Dimmuborgir has formed about 2300 years ago when a partly cooled lava lake drained out and left magnificent basalt pillars and sculptures.

Underground baths

After a short walk in Dimmuborgir, we’ll travel to Grjótagjá which was a popular underground bathing cave until the volcanic eruptions at Krafla 1975-1984. Those eruptions heated the water in the cave so now it’s to hot to bathe there.

Námaskarð the colorful

We now continue through the Námaskarð pass and go to the Hverarönd fumarole fields which is a quite spectacular area showing earth’s inner power.
After this we’ll be heading back towards Akureyri, If weather and conditions allow we’ll find some good places to stop for pictures

From ISK 16,900