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BEST OF ICELAND ( Golden Circle, South Coast & Northern Lights )


CERTIFIED OPERATOR     Tour operator: Reykjavik Sightseeing     21 hours     Travel method: Bus

All in one! - Three must-do tours all perfectly packaged in one!



This easy travel package is for those wanting to explore the best of Iceland while staying in Reykjavík.



The package includes the must-do Golden Circle, which is comprised of three of Iceland´s most prized natural treasures.



First there´s the powerful waters of a glacial river spectacularly cascading 32 meters into a steep canyon carved out millions of years ago in a massive glacial flood. Gullfoss Waterfall is so stunningly beautiful that Icelanders refer to it as the Queen of Icelandic waterfalls. 



Next it´s on to Iceland´s only erupting hot spring or geyser, Strokkur, which spouts steam and hot water skywards every 7 minutes or so.



Finally, we visit Þingvellir National Park where the early Viking settlers established their national assembly in 930 AD. This would be the first major step towards defining a nation. Þingvellir is where the heart of the Icelandic nation beats. It´s where every major event in Icelandic history has taken place and where the country declared its independence on June 17, 1944.



When night falls we set off in search of the magical and mysterious Northern Lights.



On day two the South Coast awaits. Leaving Reykjavik we drive eastwards along the southern coastline and explore a volcanic and glacial wonderland. You get to walk behind the thundering veil of spray at Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, take in the incredible views from the top of Skógafoss Waterfall and explore the Black Sand Beach at Reynisfjara before reaching our easternmost stop, the picturesque town of Vík.







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What is included

  • Free tour pick-up from your accommodation in Reykjavík
  • Knowledgeable local guide
  • Admission to the sights
  • Knowledgeable Northern Lights & Stars guide
  • Free use of astronomy binoculars on every tour
  • Free star map to learn about the sky above you, at that specific time in the year.
  • Learn the basics of Northern Lights photography on our smart tablets.
  • Free use of camera tripods, every tour has tripods that fit almost any camera or phone
  • Northern Lights Guarantee - see the lights or come again for free!
  • Free Wi-Fi and USB charger for each seat
  • In-bus audio guide with a choice of 10 languages

What do I need to bring

Dress according to weather. In Iceland it is always wise to dress in warm, waterproof clothes. Weather changes can be sudden so expect the unexpected. Bring a waterproof jacket and pants, headwear and gloves. Good outdoor shoes are recommended.





  Attention

Þingvellir. Located on the northern shores of lake Þingvallavatn, Þingvellir is the national pride of Iceland and our first National Park. It is, for one, a key location in Icelandic history as the oldest existing parliament in the world first assembled there in 930 AD. Þingvellir has for this reason been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.               
Besides being a location of historical significance, Þingvellir is also protected as a national park due to its unique geology and natural features. Almannagjá is a canyon formed between two tectonic plates, a visual representation of a continental drift.
Geysir.
The home of the original geyser and Iceland´s most iconic natural site. There the ground shakes and super heated water erupts into the sky from the famous Strokkur geyser every few minutes.
Gullfoss Waterfall
 is a powerful and inspiring place. There the glacier water thunders down 32 meters in three steps and into a narrow canyon.
Seljalandsfoss. The 60 meter high Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, famous for the hidden pathway behind and around it.
Skógafoss
. The powerful Skógafoss Waterfall, where a short walk up will reveal one of Iceland´s most scenic views of glaciers, volcanoes and black sand beaches.
Sólheimajökull
Glacier is a photographers delight, the glacier is a crawling glacier that crawls its way towards the black sand beaches in the south.
Reynisfjara
 is another picturesque spot. There the waves crash on the black sands, where the jagged basalt sea stacks and the huge basalt column cave are sights not soon forgotten.
Vík
 is our last stop, at the southernmost village of Iceland. Enjoy the small town atmosphere at one of the most romantic towns of Iceland. Shop for local handwork or just enjoy the beautiful houses under the calming sound of the sea
Northern Lights:


Adults 19.990 ISK
Teenagers 9.995 ISK
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Duration

21 hours

What is included

  • Free tour pick-up from your accommodation in Reykjavík
  • Knowledgeable local guide
  • Admission to the sights
  • Knowledgeable Northern Lights & Stars guide
  • Free use of astronomy binoculars on every tour
  • Free star map to learn about the sky above you, at that specific time in the year.
  • Learn the basics of Northern Lights photography on our smart tablets.
  • Free use of camera tripods, every tour has tripods that fit almost any camera or phone
  • Northern Lights Guarantee - see the lights or come again for free!
  • Free Wi-Fi and USB charger for each seat
  • In-bus audio guide with a choice of 10 languages

Difficulty

VERY EASY

What do I need to bring

Dress according to weather. In Iceland it is always wise to dress in warm, waterproof clothes. Weather changes can be sudden so expect the unexpected. Bring a waterproof jacket and pants, headwear and gloves. Good outdoor shoes are recommended.

Attention

Þingvellir. Located on the northern shores of lake Þingvallavatn, Þingvellir is the national pride of Iceland and our first National Park. It is, for one, a key location in Icelandic history as the oldest existing parliament in the world first assembled there in 930 AD. Þingvellir has for this reason been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.               
Besides being a location of historical significance, Þingvellir is also protected as a national park due to its unique geology and natural features. Almannagjá is a canyon formed between two tectonic plates, a visual representation of a continental drift.
Geysir.
The home of the original geyser and Iceland´s most iconic natural site. There the ground shakes and super heated water erupts into the sky from the famous Strokkur geyser every few minutes.
Gullfoss Waterfall
 is a powerful and inspiring place. There the glacier water thunders down 32 meters in three steps and into a narrow canyon.
Seljalandsfoss. The 60 meter high Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, famous for the hidden pathway behind and around it.
Skógafoss
. The powerful Skógafoss Waterfall, where a short walk up will reveal one of Iceland´s most scenic views of glaciers, volcanoes and black sand beaches.
Sólheimajökull
Glacier is a photographers delight, the glacier is a crawling glacier that crawls its way towards the black sand beaches in the south.
Reynisfjara
 is another picturesque spot. There the waves crash on the black sands, where the jagged basalt sea stacks and the huge basalt column cave are sights not soon forgotten.
Vík
 is our last stop, at the southernmost village of Iceland. Enjoy the small town atmosphere at one of the most romantic towns of Iceland. Shop for local handwork or just enjoy the beautiful houses under the calming sound of the sea
Northern Lights: