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Iceland Adventure

Iceland Adventure

7 Days


Iceland is a country unlike any other with views and a landscape you really can’t find anywhere else in the world with their geysers, lagoons, waterfalls, and black sand beaches. Your journey starts with a tour of the capital, Reykjavik. Then, you’ll descend 400 feet into an extinct volcano that shaped Iceland, Thrihnukagigur. You’ll also explore the Snaefellsnes Peninsula for lava fields and black sand beaches before walking inside a glacier and traveling the Golden Circle, to see majestic sights of the Gullfoss waterfall, their national park, and the Geysir. On a full day Super Jeep tour, you can explore the picturesque Landmannalaugar for natural hot springs and glacial valleys. Lastly, after all this exciting traveling you can finally relax at the Blue Lagoon. This trip will take you to see all that you could want to see in Iceland. Don’t forget to keep your eyes peeled for the abandoned airplanes in the fields.

3 Days in Reykjavik

2 Days in Husafell

2 Days in Selfoss

The Plan:

Day 1 Reykjavik - ½ Day City Tour


Arrive in Reykjavik, check in to your hotel, and you will immediately begin exploring the city seeing landmarks like the Cathedral, the Pearl, and Parliament. When you drive through Laugardalur, you’ll visit the Asmundur Sveinsson Sculpture museum and park. Then, you’ll see the Pearl, a glass dome that offers spectacular views of the city. Then you’ll see the Hallgrimskirkja Church before walking along the harbor area.

Day 2 Reykjavik - 6 Hour Volcano Tour


On a small group tour, you’ll explore the dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano, the only volcanic chamber accessible to humans on this Earth. Starting with an hour hike through a lava field you will come to descend 400 feet down to the bottom in an open cable lift where you’ll be completely surrounded by the colorful crater. On this tour, you’ll enjoy an Icelandic meat soup and some hot coffee or tea and chocolate at a base camp.

Day 3 Reykjavik - Husafell (12 Hours)


Take a private tour of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula, which is en route to Husafell, which has a number of fishing villages, a National Park with the Snaefellsjokull glacier and volcano. If you are aware of the Icelandic saga of Bardur, who is the half human, half giant who vanished into the icecap of the glacier, this is where you will be walking.

Day 4 Husafell - 8 Hour Ice Cave Tour


Drive to the Langjokull glacier where you get to explore the massive man made ice tunnel called Ice Cave Iceland. Walk through the stunning blue ice and explore this glacier before moving on to see the moving water of the Hraunfossar waterfall in Iceland’s Borgarfjordur which pours through a lava field into the Hvita River. You will stop at the home of Iceland’s famous writer, Snorri Sturluson in Reykholt. Then, your last stop will be Deildartunguhver, a powerful geothermal spring.

Day 5 Husafell- Selfoss (9 Hours)


You will embark on the wonderful Golden Circle today to see landmark attractions like the Gullfoss Waterfall, hot springs in Geysir, Thingvellir National Park, and the Viking Parliament. On the way, there is a stop at Fludir where you can relax at the Secret Lagoon thermal pool and enjoy a lunch at the Fridheimar Farm Greenhouse where you can try their famous tomato soup.

Day 6 Selfoss - 10-12 Hour Super Jeep Tour


Today, you’ll go on a Super Jeep tour to the geothermal area of Landmannalaugar, where your eyes will feast on the bold colorful sights of the rhyolite mountains and landscape full of hot springs, glaciers, craters, and Mount Hekla. The rhyolite mountains really are a sight to see with hues of orange, fawns, and creams.

Day 7 Selfoss


On this last day of your Iceland journey, you’ll go to the Blue Lagoon for some major relaxation surrounded by the magically blue sights and mineral waters. Be sure to grab a silicone face mask and grab a drink at their pool side bar. Then, you’ll proceed to the airport for your flight home.

Must See:


Icelandic National Museum, the Blue Lagoon, Reykjavik Art Museum, Laugardalur Park, Halsgrimkirkja, Sun Voyager, the Perlan

Memory Makers:



Northern Lights Night Tour from Reykjavik

This 5 hour tour will take you to see one of the world’s great spectacles, the Northern Lights. Venture into Iceland’s country side, stop at different locations, and cross your fingers to catch a display for the majestic Aurora Borealis.


‘Game of Thrones’ Filming Locations Tour From Reykjavik

For Game of Thrones fans, they will definitely recognize the Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the setting of the White Walker scenes. This 8 hour tour is led by an expert guide where you can soak in the scenery and hear stories about the show.

Weather and climate


Iceland’s climate is influenced by the Gulf Stream, giving it more of a temperate climate. The weather in Iceland can be extremely variable and hard to predict. It is not unusual to be rained on and get sunburnt at the same time. Icelandic winters can be relatively mild for its latitude, with average temperatures ranging from 0 °C to -30 °C depending on which part of the island you’re on. The summer can see temperatures ranging from 10 - 30 °C. From May to the beginning of August, there are nearly 24 hours of sunlight, and the island can also get hit by strong winds and the occasional dust storm in the interior. For up-to-date forecasts, check

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