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An Icelandic classic

  • Five horses grazing with a body of water and snowy covered mountain in the background
Reykjavik – Hella

An Icelandic

There are very few places you can go from picnicking on a glacier to designer shopping in the colourful capital city.

Yes, Iceland packs a lot into its compact frame, from other-worldly landscapes dotted with steaming geysers, geothermal pools and thundering waterfalls, to the hip hang-outs of Reykjavik.

Explore the island’s contrasting faces by Super Jeep and snowmobile, visiting Hella’s spellbinding volcanic landscapes, the South Coast’s black sand beaches and unforgettable locations like the therapeutic Blue Lagoon, Thingvellir National Park and the Gullfoss waterfall. Come nightfall, cross your fingers for a glimpse of the ethereal Aurora because the lack of light pollution makes the views even more vivid.

Houses near a river in Thingvellir National Park
A swan floating on water with buildings in the city of Reykjavík behind
People swimming in a hot blue lagoon


    • People swimming in a hot blue lagoon
      Soak in the therapeutic thermal waters of the iconic Blue Lagoon.

      Frosty blue pools engulfed by black volcanic rock may give off the air of a cold shoulder, but these waters are anything but. Thanks to its mineral-rich composition, the healing properties of the Blue Lagoon have become world-famous, and a day spent soaking in this otherworldly landscape is bound to heal both body and soul.

    • A white SUV exiting water onto black sand with the mountains of  Landmannalaugar, Iceland in the background
      Explore the beguiling landscapes in the circumference of the Golden Circle.

      The only vehicle tough enough to handle the terrain, a Super Jeep is the hefty mode of transport for a day whizzing around the natural beauty in this part of Iceland. Taking in Thingvellir National Park, the spouting Strokkur geyser and the astonishingly beautiful Gullfoss waterfall along the way.

    • A person standing on a black sand dune looking at Stokksnes bay with Vestrahorn mountain in the background.
      Ride, glide and fly over the South Coast’s snow-scapes.

      When one mode of transport just won’t do: first meet up with some friendly huskies to fly over the glaciers on the back of a sled. Then, horses are mounted for a slower pace of exploration. For the extreme-enthusiasts, there are sightseeing flights on the cards to get a birds eye view of the glittering white vastness.

    • A large waterfall dropping into a crevasse, and a person looking from a rocky ledge
      Venture to the coast for a beach experience far from that of a traditional summer holiday.

      Climbing aboard a Super Jeep, head to the gargantuan cliffs of the South Coast. Touring unearthly black volcanic sand beaches, titanic waterfalls and lazy coastal villages en-route. Later, zoom over the Mýrdalsjökull glacier on a snowmobile tour.

essential infomation
  • 4
  • Dec - Mar
  • 3hrs
    LHR - KEF
  • 4hrs 53min
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