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If you're afflicted with wanderlust, Iceland should top your bucket list. Iceland is a unique place, gifted in the most mystical ways, providing an excellent experience worth craving. It is the perfect tourist site for nature lovers, adventure seekers, mountaineers, and food lovers alike. There's something for everyone. The most enthralling, however, might be the Midnight Sun. You'll see the sun visible on the horizon, illuminating the entire sky in vibrant hues of red, yellow, orange, violet, and even pink. It's the most magical sight ever.
An Iceland vacation is bound to be the trip of a lifetime.
Arrival at Keflavik Airport
As you arrive at Keflavik airport, your Iceland vacation is afoot!
A trip to the Golden Circle
The Golden Circle is one of the most famous places to visit in Iceland. Gullfoss is easily one of the most beloved waterfalls in Iceland. Feel your mind and body rejuvenate as the majestic waterfall gushes onto the rocky ground beneath. The Great Geysir, located in Haukadalur Valley, grants the name "geyser". This valley is infested with many hot springs, with Strokkur being the most popular. It activates every five to ten minutes and is a thrilling scene to watch. Ingvellir National Park is a UNESCO-approved world heritage site, and it should be your next stop. Don't forget to visit the ancient Viking Parliament area and learn more about Nordic culture.
Ingvellir is usually one of the most attractive places to visit in Iceland because of the visible shift in tectonic plates—another one of nature's tricks.
Visiting the Snaefellsnes peninsula and West Fjords
Snaefellsnes Peninsula has every possible element present in nature. Shaped like a mighty arm extending into a clenched fist, it's a beautiful mountainous landscape. Travel along a dark lava field to the Snaefellsnes National Park and carry out a movie-esque expedition into a lava cave under the formidable Snfellsjökull glacier. This will be a story to tell all future generations!
After delving 35 meters underground in the Vatnshellir lava tube, embark on a fun ferry trip to the beautiful Westfjords, enriched with glaciers and isles.
A trip to Iceland's Westernmost point
The coastline will take us to Hnjótur and its well-known folk museums, one of the best places to visit in Iceland.
You can't possibly take an Iceland vacation and not spot the curious puffins diving in the waters for fish. Látrabjarg is the best site to spot all kinds of Icelandic birds like puffins, razorbills, guillemots, fulmars, cormorants, and kittiwakes. You'll be held captive by the changing hues of the sky that reflect on the colors of the sand at Rauisandur Beach. Imagine all the possible colors, painting a masterpiece in the sky, along with the beautiful Midnight Sun of Iceland.
Visit the East Fjords
A day at the East Fords will take you on a visual trip of the formidable Arnarfjörur, enveloped in mountains, the Dynjandi Waterfall, a jewel in the Icelandic crown, and the West Fjords.
They say that mythical sea monsters have been spotted in the Westfjords. Maybe you'll unravel the mysteries that have befallen this mighty land!
Explore Northern Iceland
Have fun traveling through abandoned paths or remote locations, and befriend the lovable Icelandic horses.
Find out the folklore behind Erik the Red as you visit a replica of his homestead.
A fun-filled horse show will tell you more about the different kinds of Icelandic horses. You're lucky to stay for two beautiful, starry nights in the quaint town of Akureyri, set against a massive glacial backdrop. Akureyri is a symbol of the unmissable spirit of survival in Nordic culture.
Exploring the Northernmost Town
Visiting Siglufjörur is bound to be an adventure. Did you know that parts of the TV series "Trapped" were filmed right here, in this humble town? While best known for herring fishing, the dramatic mountains that crest this town make it a wonderful tourist attraction. End your expedition with a beer tasting at Kaldi, against the backdrop of the Midnight Sun. Shop, laze around, and have fun!
Visiting Nature Baths and Geological Wonders
Goafoss, a waterfall located in the fourth-largest Icelandic river, has folklore behind its name: "waterfall of the gods". From there, visit Myvatn for its geothermally heated water bodies; the water is said to cure skin and respiratory problems. Explore the mountainous pathways and historic lava fields of Dimmuborgir. Travel to Námaskar and Hverfjall and end your day with a hot-water bath in Myvatn.
Explore the Icelandic East
Your road expedition to Iceland has reached its peak. A round-trip walk from Dettifoss to the Herubrei will leave your body tired but your heart filled to the brim. Watch countless scenic views, villages, and farms pass you by as you hike on your trail. Stop at Borgarfjörur-Eystri to take in the breathtaking beauty of the colored mountains, colored in electrifying hues of red, pink, yellow, orange, and even a sky-shade blue, and the glistening Midnight Sun in the sky.
Visit the Fjords, Glaciers and the Lagoon
Apart from taking in the mammoth-sized Vatnajökull, Europe's biggest glacier, your expedition will take you to Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. Watch chunks of glaciers float on the water like jewels that are drifting towards the shore. You'll also get the rare opportunity to visit Petra's stone collection. These stones are unlike any you've seen before. Just looking at them will cause a magnetic and enchanting effect. It will seem difficult to believe that nature could ever craft something as unreal and unique as these stones.
Visit the Vatnajokull National Park and East Fjords
Vatnajökull National Park is one of the three most famous national parks in Iceland. Explore popular tourist attractions like Skaftafell and Hvannadalshnjkur. You'll be so close to the glaciers, you'd think you could just extend your arm and touch them.
The mountains, glaciers, waterfalls, and wilderness will guide you to some truly photogenic moments. Feel the entirety of Mother Nature's might in the presence of Skógafoss, Iceland's biggest waterfall.
Lavas form an integral part of Icelandic history; it's only fair that you watch a lava-center-based documentary and quell all your doubts.
With this, you'll bid Iceland a cheerful goodbye. Hopefully, your saga of Icelandic adventures will resume once again!
|DEPARTURE MONTH/YEAR||TOUR START DATE||TOUR END DATE||PER PERSON ON TWIN/DOUBLE||SINGLE OCCUPANCY|
|JUN 2020||Monday, June 15, 2020||Friday, June 26, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
|JUN 2020||Monday, June 29, 2020||Friday, July 10, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
|JUL 2020||Monday, July 13, 2020||Friday, July 24, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
|JUL 2020||Monday, July 27, 2020||Friday, August 7, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
|AUG 2020||Monday, August 10, 2020||Friday, August 21, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
|AUG 2020||Monday, August 24, 2020||Friday, September 4, 2020||$4,690.00||$5,940.00|
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