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!
There are 3 ice cave tours that Hidden Iceland can take you on during your time with us. Find out which one is best for you here.
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 74,990 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.
Meet us on location for a glacier hike where you will marvel over crevasses, ridges, snowscapes and the views of the South on Sólheimajökull glacier!
What makes Hidden Iceland a sustainable tourism company? We care deeply about the environment we celebrate with our guests. Being Carbon Neutral is just one of the ways we maintain a sustainable company.
FROM 19,900 ISK
This 4 hour ice cave tour gets you to the most stunningly blue ice cave in Vatnajökull National Park. Let Local Guide of Vatnajökull take you there!
There is something magical about experiencing Icelandic winter outside of the city. Here’s you complete itinerary for your 4 day winter stopover in Iceland!
Ryan, our in house glacier expert, teaches you all about these fascinating icy giants, that happen to make up 11% of Iceland!
FROM 448,800 ISK
Join this unique 4-day motorcycle adventure through the lava deserts, glaciers, waterfalls, volcanoes, hot springs and geysers of the wild highlands.
FROM 598,400 ISK
Join this unique 6-day motorcycle adventure through the wildest parts of iceland. You’ll cover lava deserts, glaciers, waterfalls, volcanoes, hot springs and geysers of the wild highlands.