Feast your senses on the frozen majesty of Iceland’s Glacier Lagoon on an enchanting full-day excursion from Reykjavik. With an expert guide, travel to the charming village of Vik to marvel at the area’s spectacular rock formations and black sand beaches, and admire breath-taking volcanic landscapes as you approach the legendary Glacier Lagoon before returning back to Reykjavik.
Embark on an award-winning small group and premium northern lights tour in Iceland with 93% sighting rate, unlimited amount of professional tour photos, warm winter jumpsuits, outdoor chairs and traditional Icelandic snacks & drinks on location, acknowledged as the 2022 Travelers Choice & Best of the Best award winner for Top Overall Experiences in Iceland. With these awards, our tour is in the top 1% of things to do worldwide.
To maintain an intimate and cozy experience, our tour only accommodates a maximum of 16 passengers which is a small group guarantee that is hard to find in Iceland.
We take pride in being the only northern lights operator in Iceland providing warm winter jumpsuits and outdoor chairs on location, ensuring your comfort in the chilly Arctic weather far away from city lights and other tour groups, enhancing your Northern Lights experience.
*In the rare event that unforeseen circumstances obstruct the view, we offer unlimited re-runs until you see the lights.
Discover the ‘land of fire and ice’ as you journey between the glaciers and lavafields of Iceland’s south coast. Set out on a private full-day tour from Reykjavik and get off-the-beaten-track as you wind through the Hellisheidi mountain pass and along the coast. Keep your camera close to hand as you pass a startling array of scenery, including the Myrdalsjokull and Eyjafjallajokull glaciers. Stop to admire the dramatic Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls; the black sand beaches of Dyrhólaey and Vik, and the lush pastures of Mýrdalur valley.
Go beyond the typical Golden Circle route on your trip to Iceland and book this small-group tour of the Silver Circle. This full-day excursion covers the wild landscapes of West Iceland including Hraunfossar and Barnafoss waterfalls, the magical woodland area of Husafell, and the village of Reykholt. While you explore, learn about the area’s unique geological features from your guide.
Explore Iceland's highlights on this 8.5-hour Golden Circle and Laugarvatn Fontana Geothermal Baths tour from Reykjavik. Admire views over Lake Thingvallavatn and the Hengill mountains, travel into UNESCO-listed Thingvellir National Park, and visit the Laugarvatn Fontana Geothermal Baths. Relax in outdoor thermal pools and soak up the heat in natural steam rooms at your leisure. Afterward, take in top attractions on the Golden Circle route including Gullfoss Waterfall and the steaming Strokkur geyser.
Iceland’s signature tourist route, the Golden Circle takes in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Thingvellir National Park, the iconic Gullfoss waterfall, and the Great Geysir, which gave its name to geysers around the world. Skip the self-drive stresses and enjoy the comfort of your own driver/guide on this private door-to-door tour, by luxury Mercedes-Benz minivan, Mercedes E-Class, or Skoda Superb. Opt to visit the volcanic Kerid Crater lake.
Experience Iceland’s stunning south coast on a 2-day excursion starting in Reykjavik. Visit top highlights such as Seljalandsfoss, Skogafoss, Vik, and Skaftafell on the first day, and enjoy a chance to see the northern lights from your accommodation. The next day is where the adventure begins; see a glacial lagoon, walk on a glacier, visit an ice cave, and drive through lava fields.
Go caving in a lava tube and snorkeling in a fissure between two tectonic plates on this adventure through Iceland’s lava fields. Perfect for nature enthusiasts who want to maximize their time in Iceland, this tour combines two outdoor adventures in one excursion. Plus, pickup and drop-off from Reykjavik hotels and the Reykjavik Domestic Airport mean you don’t have to worry about renting a car.
Discover Iceland's three most-important natural attractions on this bus tour from Reykjavik. Travel around the Golden Circle to Thingvelllir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall, and the Geysir hot spring area. As an added bonus, you'll end the day with a relaxing and revitalizing dip in the warm waters of the geothermal Sky Lagoon.
Behold waterfalls, glaciers, black sands, and more on a full-day wintertime trip to south Iceland from Reykjavik. Traveling by air-conditioned minivan, journey into this largely untouched region and admire wonders like the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls; the black sand beach and cliffs of Reynisfjara; and the Solheimajokull glacier – a line-up that’s difficult to tick through on an independent day trip. Minivan transport with free WiFi, plus central and hotel pickup and drop-off in Reykjavik included.
Combine the highlights of Iceland's south coast with a horseback riding adventure on this combination tour from Reykjavik. The first part of your tour takes you to sites including Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss waterfall, and Geysir geothermal area. Afterward, you embark upon a scenic ride through the Icelandic countryside on a unique Icelandic horse, which lets you experience their special tölt gait. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off.
Our Southern Iceland & Northern Lights combo tour allows you to make the most of your time in Iceland, with two fantastic tours in one day, with a discount on both tours.
See the highlights of the south coast including Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Reynisfjara black beach, arguably the most stunning examples of both to be found in Iceland.
After your South Iceland adventure, have a few hours to yourself back in the city, your guides on your evening Northern Lights tour will do their utmost to find the elusive aurora to complete your perfect Iceland day.
Iceland is a nation of spectacular natural beauty, with towering waterfalls, geothermal mud pools, and powerful volcanoes spread across its four corners—but to see the best of the rugged landscapes, you need to travel deep into the wilderness. This comprehensive 3-day tour visits far-flung sites including Gullfoss waterfall, the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon, and the Kerid volcanic crater—and includes everything you need to relax and enjoy your time in Iceland.
Combine a tour of Iceland's Golden Circle with a visit to the Sky Lagoon geothermal spa on this tour. You'll see key attractions such as Geysir, the Gullfoss Waterfall, the Kerid Crater, and the UNESCO World Heritage Thingvellir National Park, all with a professional guide to provide narration and answer questions.
Ideal for those with time constraints, this private tour combines two of Iceland´s most popular day tours in one: the Golden Circle and the South Coast. You'll visit some of Iceland's most stunning natural sights, including the historical and geological wonder Thingvellir National Park, the Geysir geothermal area, the black sand beach of Reynisfjara, and the waterfalls of Gullfoss, Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss.
Surrounded by frozen glaciers, lava fields, and surging waterfalls, Jökulsárlón attracts travelers keen to experience the best of Iceland’s natural landscapes—but exploring without a guide can be dangerous. During this overnight tour, delve into the Icelandic wilderness from your Reykjavik hotel—with important logistics including accommodation, breakfast, and safety equipment included. Discover natural attractions including Skógafoss waterfall, hike the Solheimajokull glacier, and spot wild seals in the Jökulsárlón lagoon.
We whisk you on a magical journey across the Hellisheiði plateau; Iceland’s most active volcanic area. Flying over the lava-covered fields interspersed with bright basalt mountains, steaming hot springs, and rows of cairns snaking in the distance the beautifully beaten rock and moss-laded lava fields; you will witness Iceland’s bewitching regions of raw energy first-hand.
Experience Iceland’s near-endless summer sun on a midnight quad bike adventure from Reykjavik. Ride a quad along asphalt roads and gravel tracks behind an expert guide, all in the eerie light of the midnight sun. Then, scramble up the mountains of Hafrafell and Úlfarsfell as midnight nears to watch the sun set and rise again within a few minutes, flooding the sky in gold and orange. Soak up the views of Reykjavik and the Reykjanes Peninsula from the summits before continuing across rivers and off-road trails back to base.
Embark on a journey to one of Iceland’s most captivating destinations Landmannalaugar in the Highlands of Iceland, famous for its breathtaking landscapes such as vibrant colored rhyolite mountains, bubbling hot springs, lava fields and epic hikes.
The lava fields and the rhyolite mountains are the result of thousands of years of volcanic activity. Laugahraun lava field was formed in a volcanic eruption in 1477 consisting of vast erratic black obsidian which is known for its smooth, sharp edges and unique appearance, and famed in the TV series Game of Thrones as “Dragon Glass”. Rhyolite is a type of volcanic rock that is made of quartz and silica and with minerals such as iron and sulphur adding extra color to the mountains. Brennisteinsalda or “the Sulphur Wave” is a very good example of this.
Don’t forget to bring your swim suit and a towel on the trip!
The natural beauty and unique geology of this area will leave you in awe and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Go off-road through Iceland’s stunning countryside on a 1-hour 4x4 mountain buggy ride from Reykjavik. Take the wheel of a fun and modern mountain buggy with a passenger, and tear around the lowland trails that wind between Reykjavik’s volcanic peaks and hills. Feel your heart pound as you rumble across rocky lava fields, roar down dusty tracks, splash through muddy pools and snow, and stop at a beautiful lake to admire the stellar views. Ideal for all ages and skill level. Prices are based on two people per buggy.
We will help you create the most unique adventures that imagination can dream of. Our tours will begin by picking you up from your desired location. You will travel around by luxury electric vehicle, or our super jeep if you desire. We will take you around in class, style, and sustainability. You will have the flexibility of your choice, combined with the knowledge and experience of your local guide.
Creating a Private or Custom Tour is one of the best ways to see Iceland and get a one-on-one experience with your guide. It’s your chance to get away from the crowds and visit places no one else knew existed. You can camp in the wild, spend the evening under the night sky, or relax in hot springs around the coast after a busy day capturing the landscapes and wildlife of Iceland.
Just choose the amount of time you would like to spend with our Adventures Guides on your chosen days, and from there we can help plan what you would like to see on your trip. Simple :o)
Discover the wonders of Iceland’s southern coast on a private day trip from Reykjavik. Take in the volcanic landscape that runs along the Atlantic shoreline as you make your way to natural attractions like Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls and Reynisfjara, a black-sand beach. You’ll also make a stop in the town of Vik.
Wonder what’s hidden beneath Iceland’s lava landscapes? Take a caving trip under a lava field to a typical Icelandic lava tube cave on this 3 hour adventure tour available directly from Reykjavik. Travel by air-conditioned minivan to a lava plateau, put on caving gear, and explore an ancient lava ‘tube’ tunnel, with an expert guide. Absorb the age-old stillness as you explore, and view the fascinating lava formations, flakes and multicolored layers as you learn how they indicate different eruptions through the centuries. Great for adventure seekers and geology enthusiasts.
Visit the highlights of southern Iceland’s “Golden Circle” on this private express tour. Cover a handful of natural attractions, ideal for travelers short on time. See the split between American and Eurasian tectonic plates in Thingvellir National Park, stop in the Valley of Geysers to get a peek at Strokku’s forceful eruption and a field of geothermal pools, and walk near the glacier-formed cascades of Gullfoss Waterfall.