Iceland

  • July 11 - 21, 2019
View pricing information

Highlights

  • Complete Circle Tour of Iceland
  • The Blue Lagoon
  • Glaumbær Turff House Museum
  • Whale Watching Boat Tour
  • Godafoss Waterfall
  • Husavik
  • Dettifoss
  • Glacier Lagoon Boat Tour
  • Skaftafell National Park
  • Skogarfoss Waterfall
  • Golden Circle Tour
  • Þingvellir National Park
  • Geysir geothermal area
  • Gullfoss Waterfall
  • 9 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 8 dinners

Pricing

Change currency to: $USD

$CAD Current prices displayed in Canadian Dollars.

$6,699 Double

$8,399 Single

Pricing includes flights from Regina, Saskatoon & Winnipeg

Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton & Calgary flights deduct $150 .

All prices are per person. Baggage handling not available for all hotels.

Not included in Price:

  • Taxes and fees of  $496.25 per person
  • Airline baggage fees for additional or over sized luggage
  • Airline fuel surcharges if there is a change in fuel prices

Passports must be valid at least 6 months after the completion of travel and must contain sufficient blank pages for entry and exit endorsements

*If VAT tax changes in Iceland amount of increase will be added to tour pricing.

Important Information

Itinerary

Select a day for more info

Day 1 Overnight flights from Canada to Reykjavík

Day 1

Overnight flights from Canada to Reykjavík

Overnight flights from Canada to Reykjavík

Day 2 Reykjavik to Laugarbakki

Day 2

Reykjavik to Laugarbakki

We start our journey to Iceland in the great lava fields of the Reykjanes Peninsula where the International airport is situated and then make our way passed Reykjavik to the town of Borgarnes.

We will travel through the Borgarfjörður area to the amazing Hraunfossar waterfalls, formed by rivulets streaming over a distance of about 900 metres. From there we will see the great hot spring of Deildartunguhver,  and then travel north across Holtavörðuheiði to Hotel Laugarbakki.

(D)

Day 3 Laugarbakki to Akureyri

Day 3

Laugarbakki to Akureyri

Today we travel through the farmland of Húnavatnssýsla to the Skagafjðrður Heritage Museum at Traditonal Turf Farm Glaumbær where we also have lunch.

We will then travel through the mountains to Eyjafjörður and go whale watching at our final destination for the day, Akureyri, the capitol of the north. Tonight we will stay at the centrally located Hotel Norðurland.

(B, L, D)

Day 4 Akureyri to Lake Myvatn

Day 4

Akureyri to Lake Myvatn

Today we travel alongside Eyjafjörður and then head to the great Goðafoss (waterfall of the gods). From there we make our way out to the coast again, stopping in the old fishing village of Húsavík. We travel out to the Tjörnes peninsula just a few miles south of the arctic circle, and then to the horse-shoe shaped geological formation at Ásbyrgi. It is said that Odin´s eight-legged horse Sleipnir once touched down here. Finally we make our way to Mývatn, where we spend the night at Hotel Gígur, right next the pseudo-craters of Skútustaðir.

(B, D)

Day 5 Lake Myvatn to Egilsstadir

Day 5

Lake Myvatn to Egilsstadir

Today we enjoy the volcanic region of Mývatn, visiting the great lava field Dimmuborgir and the Námaskarð hot springs. We’ll make our way to the magnificent waterfall Dettifoss and the breathtaking wastelands Fjöllin, which stretch almost all the way to Egilsstaður, where we will be staying for the night. We’ll overnight in the Lake Hotel on the banks of Lagarfljót glacial river, said to be the home of the great Wyrm (and there is $1 million króna reward out there for a photo of the legendary monster).

(B, D)

Day 6 Egilsstadir to Höfn

Day 6

Egilsstadir to Höfn

Today we travel through the Eastfjords of Iceland. With its rugged coastline and wild mountains, you will undoubtedly be fixated on the incredible scenery as we pass through Reyðarfjörður, Stöðvarfjörður, Berufjörður and Djúpivogur. We'll also visit the fascinating Petra´s mineral collection and grab lunch at Hotel Bláfell in Breiðdalsvik. Tonight we'll stay at Hotel Vatnajökull.

(B, L, D)

Day 7 Höfn to Vik

Day 7

Höfn to Vik

Today we travel through Europe’s largest glacier, the massive Vatnajökul. We’ll take a cruise amidst the icebergs and sail over the breathtaking glacial lagoon. From there we’ll drive across the black sand deserts left in the wake of the volcanic glacier flooding. We will travel through the otherworldly Eldhraun lava fields towards Reynisdrangar, the great basalt columns. We will overnight in Vik at Hotel Katla in the foothills of the volcano.

 (B, D)

Day 8 Vik to Reykjavik

Day 8

Vik to Reykjavik

Today we start by visiting the waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skogarfoss, situated in the foothills of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Afterwards we move on to the Golden Circle with lunch at the organic tomato greenhouse farm Friðheimar. We will also be visiting the Great Geysir, the massive waterfall Gullfoss, Þingvellir National Park and the Rift Valley, and we’ll finish the day off by making our way back to the capital city, Reykjavik.

(B, L, D)

Day 9 Reykjavík

Day 9

Reykjavík

Today we’ll take a City tour with an experienced local guide to see the highlights of Reykjavik. We’ll visit the main landmarks, such as The Pearl and Hallgrímskirkja Church. A tour where Reykjavík’s renowned charm and bustling life is brought to light. This afternoon the group visits one of the world’s twenty-five wonders, The Blue Lagoon.

You’ll have the night free to enjoy. Dinner on your own this evening.

(B)

Day 10 Reykajavik: Free Day

Day 10

Reykajavik: Free Day

Not everything in life is free, but during those rare times when something is… we ought to enjoy it. Our last full day in Iceland is yours to spend however you’d like!

Farewell dinner this evening.

(B, D)

Day 11 Transfer from Hotel to Keflavik airport (B)

Day 11

Transfer from Hotel to Keflavik airport (B)

Sadly we must make our way to the airport and say goodbye to this amazing country.