Beyond the most popular destinations there are plenty of activities available during the bright summer months. Here’s our top picks!
Make the most out of your days in Iceland with our three-day itinerary!
If you want to experience a real Nordic winter, visit Iceland in February. There is just something about the darkness, the harsh weather conditions and the atmosphere that makes it different from other months.
The South Coast: Fire & Ice tour is an action packed day that allows you to experience the best parts of the stunning south coast of Iceland. The south coast has some of Iceland’s quintessential sights.
FROM 52,990 ISK
Discover ice bergs, black sand beaches, mighty gorges, multiple waterfalls across the entire south coast of Iceland then join an extended glacier hike in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Vatnajökull National Park.
FROM 69,990 ISK
Travel the entire south coast of Iceland discovering ice caves, icebergs, waterfalls, black sand beaches and sleep overnight in a secluded guest house to try and spot the northern lights.
FROM 249,990 ISK
Come with Hidden Iceland to explore one of the most remote, wild and spectacular areas of Iceland. Dramatic fjords, abundant wildlife, tiny fishing towns, history and hot pools. You will never forget this trip.
A two day private escape into the vast landscape of the Snæfellsnes peninsula.
This mini break was put together for people with limited time in Iceland but who still want to immerse themselves in the Iceland’s unbelievable nature, experience the most celebrated sights and go a little off the beaten path.
FROM 19,700 ISK
Escape the hassle of the airport and book your private airport transfer that’ll take you directly to your accommodation in Reykjavík, and back.
FROM 12,900 ISK
Snorkel in Silfra, one of the top dive sites in the world situated in the UNESCO World Heritage site!
FROM 16,990 ISK
SUP in Hvalfjörður is an exceptional way to experience the Forgotten Fjord surrounded by the wildlife.
Sparkling fjords, dramatic sea cliffs and endless lava fields make up the fascinating landscape of the 100 km long Snæfellsnes peninsula.