Most people that visit Iceland go in the summer, but there’s a whole other side to this place in the winter months. (It is called “Iceland,” after all.) Spend the first five days doing really cool things like hiking glaciers, exploring Þingvellir National Park, reflecting on life under the Northern Lights, and warming up in hot springs. Then spend two days on your own exploring colourful, cool Reykjavík and end off the journey at the famous Blue Lagoon. See another side of this amazing country.
Explore Iceland’s glaciers and waterfalls, keep your eyes peeled for dazzling displays of the Northern Lights, meet the famous Icelandic horse, explore Reykjavík at your own pace and end off with a soak at the Blue Lagoon.
Hotels (4 nts), Icelandic guesthouse (2 nts).
Group Size Notes
Days 1-4: Max 16, avg 12. Unescorted small group experience; Days 5-7: Max 8″
6 breakfasts, 2 dinners
Your Welcome Moment: Meet Your CEO and Group
Your Discover Moment: Reykjavík. Lava caving (Leiðarendi Cave). Meet the famous Icelandic horse. Golden Circle sightseeing. Þingvellir National Park visit. Geysir Hot Spring visit. Gullfoss Waterfall visit. Northern Lights hunting (2 nts). Visit to Sólheimajökull Glacier. Southern coast drive including Skógarfoss Waterfall and Seljalndsfoss Waterfall. Free time in Reykjaviík for optional activities. Blue Lagoon entrance and airport transfer. Transport to/from all included activities and between all destinations.