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From Reykjavik Port: Golden Circle Shore Excursion

1. From Reykjavik Port: Golden Circle Shore Excursion

The Golden Circle is a must do experience in Iceland. This shore excursion takes you to the three most visited natural nature attractions in the southern part of Iceland, Gullfoss Waterfall, Geysir Geothermal Area, and Thingvellir National Park. This small group Golden Circle Tour starts with a pickup at Reykjavik port. The departure time is adjusted to your cruise ship arrival time so you will get the most of your time in Iceland. The shore excursion combines fragile nature, Iceland's saga and heritage, and powerful geothermal wonders. Experience some of the highlights in Iceland when you drive along glacial rivers and beautiful landscapes. Take your time to observe the lesser mention but still beautiful places and cultural treasures. If conditions allow, make a stop on the way to admire some of the famously friendly Icelandic horses. The tour guides are local experts that know the area like the back of their hands and are storytellers at heart. As this is a small group tour, be assured that the tour guide has time for all your questions. 

Reykjavik: Eimverk Distillery Tour with Tasting

2. Reykjavik: Eimverk Distillery Tour with Tasting

The tour begins with an introduction to the distillery and a welcome drink. Following the introduction, listen to your guide reflect upon the history of whiskey in Iceland and how it came to be produced at Eimverk distillery. Guests are encouraged to participate with questions, so don’t be afraid to interact if there’s something you want to know. After you’ve learned a bit about the history of the distillery, it’s time for the tasting to start. As you go through the products, your guide will explain and reminisce everything from the initial thought process to the current state of development of Eimverk’s spirits. When the first half of the tasting is over, head towards the distillery’s production facility. Learn about the steps of the process right from the beginning of the barley harvesting, to the delicious glass of liquor at the end. Take some photos of the fascinating production area, and then head back to the tasting room for the second half of the sampling. As you taste the spirits, listen to your guide share interesting stories and explanations about the drinks, and mingle with the other guests on the tour.

Hellisheiði Geothermal Plant: Exhibition with Audio Tour

3. Hellisheiði Geothermal Plant: Exhibition with Audio Tour

Discover how Iceland produces green, sustainable energy at the Hellisheiði Geothermal Energy Exhibition in Selfoss. This self-guided tour will allow you to see the front lines of Iceland‘s work toward environmental sustainability and the history of geothermal energy in the country. Your experience begins at the Hellisheiði Power Plant, located roughly 20 minutes outside of Reykjavík. The power plant is located beneath Mount Hengill and is surrounded by lava fields, moss, and scenic mountain landscapes. Start your self-guided tour by making your way through the interactive exhibition with commentary from your informative audio guide. Experience first-hand how green, sustainable energy is produced at the largest single-site geothermal power plant in the world. Included in your tour is a stop in the Carbfix room, where you will learn about the plant‘s partnership with Carbfix. Carbfix is one of the leading solutions for the climate crisis and global warming. Throughout your visit, take advantage of the viewing platforms inside the exhibition that let you get an even better look at the beautiful Icelandic nature. You are also welcome to ask the on-site staff any questions you might have during your tour.

Reykjavík: Golden Circle Afternoon Tour

4. Reykjavík: Golden Circle Afternoon Tour

Discover some of Iceland's most popular destintations on this small-group afternoon tour of the Golden Circle. Begin the tour at Thingvellir National Park, a historic area that is located on an active volcano. There, enjoy breathtaking views and plant your feet on the ground where ancient systems of law were once proclaimed. Next, visit Geysir, sometimes known as The Great Geysir, a geothermally active area in southwestern Iceland. There, you will have a chance to view Strokkur, a hot spring that erupts boiling water 25 meters into the air every eight to 10 minutes. Admire the beautiful and otherwordly area, which is full of sulfurous mud pots, steam vents, cold and hot springs, and water streams. Finally, stop at the most popular waterfall in Iceland, the majestic Gullfoss, which translates to "Golden Falls." Take in the gorgeous views, and be sure to snap a fantastic photo to commemorate your amazing afternoon.

Iceland South Coast Full-Day Minibus Tour

5. Iceland South Coast Full-Day Minibus Tour

After an early wake-up and pick-up in one of the coolest cities of Europe, take a great 10-hour tour to see Iceland. Make your first stop at waterfall Seljalandsfoss, with no doubt one of the most famous one in the country. This is a waterfall you can walk behind, with a drop off 65 meters and a part of the river Seljalandsá which has its origins underneath the glacier Eyjafjallajökull - the famous volcano that erupted in 2010 and put the world's flights on hold.  Head to the stunning waterfall Skógafoss, one of the largest at a width of 25 meters and drop off 60 meters. It can also be seen from above as there are footsteps that lead above the waterfall. Stop in Reynisfjara for lunch. Try Icelandic meat-soup or many other dishes. Take a walk on a black sand beach and maybe see  puffins if you are lucky. After that, drive to the Village of Vík for a short stop. Sólheimajökull Glacier is between the volcanoes Katla and Eyjafjallajökull, and a part of the larger Mýrdalsjökull glacier. Be dropped off in the parking lot and take a 15 to 20-minute walk along the glacier. On the way back to the city, hear the stories about all the trolls in the rocks, the elves and stop at some secret places, before you arrive back in Reykjavik at around 6:00 PM.

From Reykjavik: 4-Day Blue Ice Cave and Northern Lights Tour

6. From Reykjavik: 4-Day Blue Ice Cave and Northern Lights Tour

After getting picked up from your hotel on the first day of your tour, head to the geothermal area and see the famous Geysir, Gullfoss waterfall, and Thingvellir National Park. While traveling along the Golden Circle, you will also visit a traditional farm in Hraðastaðir, where you will meet and pet local Icelandic animals such as rabbits, horses, goats, and sheep. On the second and third day, explore the famous South Coast. Along the shore, visit the famous black sand beach, Reynisfjara, and a stunning glacier lagoon, Jökulsárlón, in Vatnajökull National Park. Here, explore Europe’s largest glacier and enter the crystal caves, a true masterpiece of nature. If nature allows, you may even get to witness the magnificent Northern Lights. On the fourth day, travel through beautiful Western Iceland. Here, explore the hidden gem of the West, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, also known as “Iceland in a nutshell”. Visit several magnificent and picturesque sites here: glacier-carved mountains, endless black beaches, moss topped lava fields, volcanic craters, and coastal cliffs. At the end of your tour, get dropped off back at your hotel in Reykjavik.

Reykjavik: Tailor-Made 10-Person Exploration Tour

7. Reykjavik: Tailor-Made 10-Person Exploration Tour

Travel the country at your own pace on this luxurious private Jeep tour. Tailor the itinerary to your needs and desires and go wherever you want, when you want. This tour is perfect for any free-spirited adventurers that wish to travel in style and comfort. This tour will not only provide you with a large 4x4 Super Jeep, specially built to handle the rough Icelandic terrain, but also a personal guide that will spend a full day taking you across this marvelous country.  You can go snorkeling in the morning, see the glaciers at midday, and reach the Blue Lagoon by the late afternoon. You will also have the chance to explore a lava tube cave, walk behind a waterfall, and see the magnificent Highlands, all the while keeping your base in Reykjavík. With this tour, whatever is possible to do within 12 hours will become a reality. The spacious Super Jeep will pick you up in the morning, at which point the day is yours. Your luxurious vehicle’s capabilities when it comes to alternative terrains means you have the option to see more sights than on the standard bus. There are also no other guests to delay or rush you, outside of those that you choose to bring along.  If you are not sure where you want to go, your expert guide can help you make up an itinerary to the most popular places or take you away from the crowds to unique locations that most visitors will never get to see. Just tell them your wishes, and they will plan accordingly. You'll be surprised just how much of this island you can see in a day.

Vík: Paragliding Tandem Flight

8. Vík: Paragliding Tandem Flight

Paragliding is the calmest and safest form of free flying known to man. A tandem flight is performed with an experienced instructor pilot. Once the wing is inflated and safety checks are done you take a few steps down a slope then you step into the air. Tandem paragliding flights vary in duration and it is not possible to guarantee a specific flight time due to the changeable nature of the wind and general weather conditions in Iceland. The times for morning, afternoon or evening take-off are only an indication. Allow +/- 2 hrs in your itinerary and call the supplier the day before to re-confirm as we will be aware of the weather forecast. It is aimed to fly for 10-15 minutes, but if weather conditions are not ideal and the flight might be short, the provider will tell you beforehand. You only when the weather conditions are safe. If conditions are anything less than perfect before take-off, you can wait for them to improve or walk away and try again another time. A full refund will be offered for any flight cancellations due to weather conditions or any other safety considerations. An Introductory Paragliding Tandem Flight is always at your own risk.

Selfoss: Golden Circle Small Group Rafting Tour

9. Selfoss: Golden Circle Small Group Rafting Tour

Discover a mix of serene canyons and adrenaline pumping waves and rapids on this group rafting tour in the Golden Circle from Selfoss. Enjoy the natural wonder of Gullfoss waterfall and Brúarhlöð canyon on this 7 kilometer route. See views that you can only get by boat. Stay warm with a wetsuit and safe with a life-jacket. Navigate the water with trained guides that can cater to all levels of rafting expertise, so no previous rafting experience is required. Try an exhilarating cliff dive into the river. Bask in epic views of the Icelandic wilderness before warming up in a Finnish sauna and hot tub. Choose to order a cold beverage, or grab a bite to eat at the River restaurant after working up an appetite paddling.

From Reykjavik: Golden Circle Full-Day Trip

10. From Reykjavik: Golden Circle Full-Day Trip

Drive through the beautiful landscape of the southern part of Iceland and stop at all the main sights, and even some extra stops on this full day tour of the Golden Circle.  On the morning of your tour, you will make several stops. On your way from Reykjavík to you will drive through the beautiful lava fields and geothermal area before making your first stop in the town of Hveragerði to see an earthquake exhibition. Your next stop will be at the picturesque Faxi waterfall before heading to the most popular waterfall in Iceland, Gullfoss.  Enjoy lunch at the Geysir geothermal area, where you can also take some time to walk around and see the hot spring erupt. The last stop of your day will be at the Þingvellir National Park. Both a UNESCO heritage site and the site of the tv show Game of Thrones, the park is full of amazing views. You will then head back to Reykjavík to end your day tour of the Golden Circle.

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I was looking for a South Coast tour that packed the most into the day, because we are active so we wanted to see it all. Guide did add an extra waterfall about 500 meters from the one all the tour busses go to, Gljafraboi was the highlight of the day! Walking to the glacier was important and impressive. The Black Sand beach was wild! I was disappointed that Vik isn’t what is seems in the guidebooks. We were there in Mid-March, for weeks many trips were canceled, the wind is crazy, our guide checked weather vigilantly, but not alarmingly. He really watched out for our safety, but made sure we got the best day possible. I was impressed with the small tour group and would use them again. Because of COVID they couldn’t offer food, but adding food on the bus and a local beer/soda would really round out the day.

Bjorn the guide was informative, interesting and passionate about his Country which Impressed me. Most of all he made my disabled 82 year old mother in a wheelchair tick off another item on her bucket list by being very compassionate and helpful , couldn’t recommend him enough Thankyou

Definitely worth every penny, the host was very informative and great fun. The samples were delicious & we stocked up for the way home, the gin is definitely one of my new favourite tipples :)

Fantastic trip, nothing was to much trouble for the guide, an amazing experience :) Only issue was the Black Death, blew me tits off!

Welcoming staff. Very informative and interesting exhibition.