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Encounter majestic waterfalls, powerful volcanoes, tranquil hot springs, and much more on our stunning 16-day driver-guided tour of Iceland itinerary.

With your knowledgeable private guide by your side, you’ll embark on an unforgettable journey across the whole of Iceland, from the bustling capital of Reykjavik to the serene landscapes of Lake Myvatn and from the dramatic cliffs of the East Fjords to the enchanting magic of the Northern Lights.

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler seeking a new adventure or simply looking to explore one of the world’s most breathtaking destinations, this 16-day private guided tour of Iceland promises an unparalleled experience that will captivate your senses and ignite your imagination. Let the journey begin!

Iceland 16-Day Itinerary

Skogafoss waterfall in Iceland man with arms outstretched loving the view

A 16-day private guided tour of Iceland is perfect for travelers who want to fully immerse themselves in the country’s diverse landscapes, rich culture, and unique experiences.

With 16 days, you have ample time to explore all corners of the island, from the bustling capital of Reykjavik to the remote beauty of the Westfjords, the dramatic South Coast, and the enchanting Northern Lights.

Your private guide will ensure a personalized, in-depth experience tailored to your interests, making this the ultimate Icelandic adventure.

Day 1: Arrival and Reykjavik City Exploration

colorful rooftops and buildings in Reykjavík Iceland with coast in the background
Reykjavik, Iceland

Start your adventure with a warm welcome at Keflavik Airport and a comprehensive tour of Reykjavik, the perfect introduction to your Icelandic experience.

Meet and greet at Keflavik Airport

Upon your arrival at Keflavik International Airport, your private guide will be waiting to give you a warm Icelandic welcome.

Your guide will assist you with your luggage and transport you to your accommodation in Reykjavik.

Reykjavik city tour

Begin your exploration of Iceland with a guided tour of Reykjavik, the world’s northernmost capital.

Your private guide will take you to the city’s most iconic landmarks, including Hallgrimskirkja Church, Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre, and the Sun Voyager sculpture. Then, stroll through the colorful streets of downtown Reykjavik, with its unique blend of old and new architecture, vibrant street art, and charming cafes.

Discover the rich history and culture of the city as your guide shares fascinating stories and local insights. This comprehensive city tour will provide a solid foundation for understanding Iceland’s culture and history, setting the stage for diverse experiences in the following days.

Day 2: The Golden Circle Adventure

Strokkur Geysir, Iceland guests on a 16 day tour
Strokkur Geysir, Iceland

The Golden Circle is perfect for exploring with your private guide because it offers a personalized experience of Iceland’s most iconic natural wonders.

Your guide will provide expert knowledge about the history, geology, and folklore of these attractions and tailor the day’s pace and itinerary to your interests and preferences. This means you can spend more time at the sites that captivate you the most and avoid the crowds, making for a more enjoyable and in-depth experience.

Thingvellir National Park

Begin your Golden Circle adventure with a visit to Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site steeped in geological and historical significance.

Your private guide will lead you through the park, explaining its role as the birthplace of the world’s oldest parliamentary democracy, the Althing, established in 930 AD. You will also learn about the remarkable geological features of Thingvellir, where the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates are visibly pulling apart, creating a dramatic rift valley.

Geysir Hot Springs

Next, journey to the Geysir Hot Springs area, home to the famous Strokkur geyser, which erupts every few minutes, sending a plume of hot water and steam up to 30 meters into the air.

Your private guide will share fascinating insights about the geothermal activity in the area, allowing you to fully appreciate the power and beauty of this natural wonder.

With your guide’s local knowledge, you will also have the opportunity to explore lesser-known hot springs and mud pots, offering a more intimate and unique experience.

Gullfoss Waterfall

Conclude your Golden Circle tour with a visit to Gullfoss, one of Iceland’s most spectacular waterfalls.

Your private guide will lead you to the best viewpoints to admire the two-tiered cascade, which plunges 32 meters into a narrow canyon, creating a mesmerizing display of power and beauty.

Day 3: Iceland's South Coast Wonders

Sólheimajökull Glacier, Iceland on south cost and vik beaches tour
Sólheimajökull Glacier, Iceland

With a vast array of incredible natural attractions, the South Coast will captivate visitors with its unique blend of stunning landscapes and fascinating history.

Marvel at the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano & Sólheimajökull Glacier

Your first destination of the day will see you visit two of Iceland’s most prominent geological features: the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano and the Sólheimajökull Glacier.

Your private guide will share captivating stories about the 2010 eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, which disrupted air travel across Europe and brought worldwide attention to Iceland’s volcanic activity.

Continue to the Sólheimajökull Glacier, a magnificent outlet glacier of the larger Mýrdalsjökull ice cap. Your guide will provide expert knowledge about the glacier’s formation, movement, and the impacts of climate change on this stunning natural wonder.

See the Seljalandsfoss & Skógafoss waterfalls

The cascade of natural wonders continues as you visit two of Iceland’s most iconic waterfalls, Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, each offering unique and awe-inspiring experiences.

At Seljalandsfoss, your private guide will lead you on a path behind the cascading water, allowing for a genuinely magical perspective.

Then, head to Skógafoss, where your guide will share local legends and the Waterfall’s role in Icelandic folklore.

Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach

Conclude your South Coast adventure at Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach, renowned for its striking black sands, towering basalt columns, and the dramatic Reynisdrangar sea stacks.

Your private guide will provide insights into the geological processes that created these unique formations and share captivating local legends associated with the area. With your guide’s expertise, you will gain a deeper understanding of the beauty and history of this remarkable coastal landscape.

Day 4: Vatnajokull Ice Cave Walk & Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

tour group inside Blue ice cave in Vatnajokull glacier, Iceland
Ice Cave Walk, Iceland

Vatnajokull National Park glacier walk and Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon offer unparalleled access to some of Iceland’s most breathtaking and captivating natural wonders, including a guided hike inside an ice cave and an awe-inspiring Glacier lake.

Natural Blue Ice Cave Tour of Vatnajökull Glacier

Embark on a thrilling exploration of the natural blue ice caves within Vatnajökull Glacier, Europe’s largest glacier.

You will traverse the glacier’s surreal landscape with your private guide, marveling at the vivid blue ice formations and otherworldly crevasses. Your guide will provide all the necessary equipment and take you on a route tailored to your experience and requirements.

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Continue your journey to Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, a stunning glacial lake with enormous icebergs carved from the nearby Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier.

Your private guide will lead you on a scenic boat tour through the lagoon, allowing you to get up close and personal with these floating giants while learning about the lagoon’s formation and the impacts of climate change on Iceland’s glaciers.

As you navigate the lagoon, your guide will also point out the diverse wildlife that calls this icy wonderland home, including seals and numerous bird species.

Day 5: Exploring the East Fjords

Seydisfjordur Village, Iceland
Seydisfjordur Village, Iceland

The East Fjords are a lesser-traveled region of Iceland that offers a wealth of natural beauty and cultural charm, with breathtaking landscapes and idyllic fishing villages. Your private guide will provide expert knowledge and local insights, ensuring you uncover hidden gems and enjoy a more intimate experience tailored to your interests away from the crowds of popular tourist destinations.

Scenic drive through the East Fjords

Begin your East Fjords adventure with a scenic drive through this stunning region, characterized by dramatic fjords, towering mountains, and cascading waterfalls.

Your private guide will ensure that you take in the most picturesque vistas, and their local knowledge will allow you to discover off-the-beaten-path locations that many visitors never get to see.

Throughout the drive, your guide will share fascinating stories about the region’s geology, history, and wildlife, enriching your experience and deepening your connection to the landscape.

Petra's Stone and Mineral Collection

Visit Petra’s Stone and Mineral Collection, a remarkable private collection of Icelandic rocks and minerals amassed over the course of one woman’s lifetime.

Your private guide will lead you through the exhibition, providing insights into the unique geology of Iceland and the story of Petra Sveinsdottir, who dedicated her life to collecting these specimens.

Seydisfjordur village visit

Round off your East Fjords exploration with a visit to the picturesque village of Seydisfjordur, nestled at the end of a narrow fjord and surrounded by majestic mountains.

Your private guide will lead you on a tour of this charming village, known for its well-preserved wooden houses, vibrant arts scene, and rich cultural heritage.

Day 6: Northern Iceland and Akureyri

aerial view of Akureyri Town, Iceland
Akureyri Town, Iceland

Visiting Northern Iceland is a fantastic choice for travelers who want to experience this lesser-explored region’s breathtaking beauty, unique attractions, and genuine charm.

Húsavík whale watching tour

Begin your adventure in Húsavík, often referred to as the “Whale Watching Capital of Iceland.”

Your private guide will arrange an unforgettable whale-watching tour, where you’ll have the opportunity to spot various species of whales, dolphins, and other marine life in their natural habitat.

With your guide’s expertise, you’ll learn about the behaviors and ecology of these magnificent creatures, making for a truly educational and awe-inspiring experience.

Akureyri city exploration

Next, explore Akureyri, the largest city in northern Iceland and often called the “Capital of the North.” With your private guide, you’ll delve into the city’s rich history and vibrant culture as you visit its main attractions, such as the Akureyri Church, the Botanical Gardens, and the charming Old Town.

Your guide’s local knowledge will ensure that you uncover hidden gems and gain a deeper understanding of Akureyri’s unique atmosphere while also having the flexibility to focus on the aspects that interest you the most.

Godafoss Waterfall

Godafoss, known as the “Waterfall of the Gods” is not only a stunning natural wonder but also holds historical significance, as it was here that Iceland officially converted to Christianity in the year 1000 AD.

Your private guide will share fascinating stories about the Waterfall’s history and role in shaping Iceland’s cultural identity. The personalized attention from your guide will enrich your appreciation of this magnificent site.

Day 7: Lake Myvatn and Surroundings

Lake Mývatn, Volcanic Rock Formations, Iceland
Lake Mývatn, Volcanic Rock Formations, Iceland

Lake Mývatn, located in northeastern Iceland, is known for three main things: volcanic formations, Geothermal activity, and breathtaking caves and wildlife.

Dimmuborgir lava formations

Your first stop on day 7 is a Lake Myvatn adventure at Dimmuborgir, a surreal expanse of unique lava formations created by volcanic activity thousands of years ago.

Your private guide will lead you through the labyrinthine pathways of this striking landscape, sharing fascinating stories about its formation and the local folklore associated with it.

Their expert knowledge will help you appreciate the geological significance of these unusual formations, which are unique to the Myvatn area.

Myvatn Nature Baths

After exploring the otherworldly terrain of Dimmuborgir, unwind and rejuvenate at the Myvatn Nature Baths, a geothermal spa known for its mineral-rich waters and stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Your private guide will explain the healing properties of the geothermal waters and how these baths have become an integral part of Icelandic culture. With your guide’s assistance, you’ll enjoy a relaxing and therapeutic experience, soaking in the warm waters while taking in the breathtaking views.

Grjotagja Cave

Grjotagja Cave is a hidden gem tucked away in a small lava cave, housing a geothermal hot spring.

Your private guide will lead you to this enchanting site and share the history of the cave, which was once used as a bathing spot by locals.

Day 8: Westfjords and Dynjandi Waterfall

Dynjandi Waterfall, Iceland
Dynjandi Waterfall, Iceland

The Westfjords and Dynjandi Waterfall are a remote and rugged region of Iceland that offers a wealth of natural beauty, wildlife, and cultural experiences best appreciated with expert knowledge and local insights.

Isafjordur town visit

Begin your Westfjords adventure with a visit to Isafjordur, the largest town in the region, nestled within a beautiful fjord and surrounded by towering mountains.

Your private guide will lead you on a tour of this charming town steeped in history and maritime tradition. With your guide’s local insights, you’ll discover the town’s hidden gems, such as the Westfjords Maritime Museum, the picturesque harbor, and well-preserved timber houses.

Dynjandi Waterfall

Next, marvel at the spectacular Dynjandi Waterfall, considered one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland.

Your private guide will lead you on a scenic hike to the Waterfall, sharing fascinating information about the region’s geology and the Waterfall’s formation.

Vigur Island birdwatching

Your guide will arrange a boat tour of the island, where you’ll have the opportunity to spot a variety of bird species, including puffins, Arctic terns, and eider ducks.

Your guide’s expertise in local birdlife will help you identify and appreciate the diverse species that call this island home, making for a truly memorable experience.

Day 9: Vatnajokull National Park and Dettifoss

Dettifoss Falls, Iceland
Dettifoss Falls, Iceland

With your private guide’s personalized attention and expert knowledge, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the geological forces that have shaped the natural wonders of Vatnajokull National Park.

Asbyrgi Canyon

Asbyrgi Canyon is a massive horseshoe-shaped canyon steeped in geological and mythological significance.

Your private guide will lead you through this awe-inspiring landscape, sharing fascinating information about its formation and the local legends surrounding it.

Dettifoss Waterfall

Your private guide will lead you on a hike to the best viewpoints at Dettifoss Waterfall, the most powerful Waterfall in Europe.

Here you can witness the immense force of the water cascading over the cliff’s edge. In addition, you’ll learn about the geological processes that created this magnificent Waterfall and their role in shaping Iceland’s unique landscape. The personalized attention from your guide will ensure a memorable and informative experience at this awe-inspiring natural wonder.

Hiking in Vatnajokull National Park

Before returning to your accommodation in the evening, enjoy a hike through Vatnajokull National Park, a vast area encompassing diverse landscapes, from glaciers and ice caves to volcanic craters and lava fields.

Your private guide will customize the hike to suit your interests and abilities, ensuring a personalized experience showcasing the park’s best.

Day 10: Hornstrandir Nature Reserve

Hornstrandir Cliffs, Hiking, Iceland two weeks itinerary
Hornstrandir Cliffs, Hiking, Iceland

Continue exploring some of Iceland’s best yet underappreciated landscapes, wilderness, and scenery on day 10 of our itinerary as your guide delivers you to Hornstrandir Nature Reserve.

Hornstrandir hiking adventure

Embark on a Hornstrandir hiking adventure with your private guide, who will lead you through this isolated reserve’s rugged and unspoiled landscapes.

Your guide will tailor the hike to your preferences and abilities, ensuring a challenging and rewarding experience highlighting the region’s diverse terrain, from dramatic sea cliffs to lush valleys.

Arctic fox spotting

One of the highlights of visiting Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is the opportunity to spot the elusive Arctic fox, Iceland’s only native land mammal.

Your private guide’s expertise in local wildlife and tracking skills will increase your chances of encountering these enchanting creatures in their natural habitat. As you search for the Arctic fox, your guide will share fascinating information about their behavior, adaptations, and conservation efforts to protect them in the wild.

Scenic boat tour

A Hornstrandir scenic boat tour offers a different perspective on this incredible region.

Your private guide will arrange the boat tour, taking you along the dramatic coastline and past towering sea cliffs teeming with seabirds. Along the way, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the stunning landscapes and learn about the marine life that inhabits the waters surrounding the reserve.

Day 11: Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall and Kirkjufell mountain, Iceland
Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland

The Snaefellsnes Peninsula offers diverse natural wonders and breathtaking landscapes in a compact area, making it ideal for a driver-guided day tour.

Often referred to as “Iceland in miniature,” the peninsula provides a snapshot of the country’s most remarkable features, making it ideal for a driver-guided day tour.

Kirkjufell Mountain

The iconic Kirkjufell Mountain, one of the most photographed landmarks in Iceland, is your first destination on day 11.

Your private guide will lead you on a hike around this striking and uniquely shaped mountain, sharing insights into its geological formation and local legends.

Djupalonssandur Beach

Djupalonssandur beach is a hauntingly beautiful black pebble beach framed by hauntingly rugged cliffs.

Your private guide will share the beach’s history, including the remnants of a shipwreck scattered along the shore. As you stroll along the beach, you’ll learn about the local folklore and the unique features that make Djupalonssandur such a captivating destination.

Vatnshellir Cave

Conclude your Snaefellsnes Peninsula exploration with a visit to Vatnshellir Cave, a fascinating lava tube that extends deep underground.

Enter into a thrilling descent into the cave, where you’ll witness the spectacular formations created by volcanic activity over thousands of years.

Day 12: Stykkisholmur and Eldborg Crater

Stykkisholmur Harbor, Iceland private tour group on 14 day itinerary
Stykkisholmur Harbor, Iceland

Stykkisholmur and Eldborg Crater offer a captivating blend of Icelandic culture, history, and geology. With your private guide, you’ll enjoy a personalized and immersive experience, uncovering this diverse region’s stories and geological wonders.

Stykkisholmur town visit

Your private guide will lead you on a tour of Stykkisholmur’s colorful wooden buildings, historic sites, and charming harbor. Along the way, you’ll learn about the town’s rich history, vibrant culture, and its role in connecting the region to the rest of Iceland.

Eldborg Crater hike

Next, embark on a hike to Eldborg Crater, a striking volcanic crater considered one of Iceland’s most symmetrical and well-preserved.
Our tour will take you on a trail through the lava field leading to the crater, where you can take in panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Your guide will share fascinating information about the geological processes that formed Eldborg Crater and its significance in the region’s volcanic history.

Berserkjahraun lava field

Berserkjahraun lava field is an expansive and rugged terrain formed by ancient volcanic eruptions.

Explore this otherworldly landscape with your guide pointing out unique rock formations and sharing insights into the geological forces that shaped the area.

Day 13: Reykjanes Peninsula

Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Blue Lagoon, Iceland

The Reykjanes Peninsula, located near the capital, is a geothermal hotspot showcasing Icelandic wildlife, The Bridge Between Continents, which symbolically connects the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates, and the world-famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, providing a relaxing and rejuvenating experience in mineral-rich waters.

Horseback riding experience

Begin your Reykjanes Peninsula adventure with a unique horseback riding experience, allowing you to connect with Iceland’s nature and its beloved Icelandic horses.

Your private guide will arrange a ride suitable for your skill level, ensuring an enjoyable and memorable experience.

Blue Lagoon spa day

After the horse riding experience it’s time to relax in the soothing mineral-rich waters of the Blue Lagoon.

The mineral-rich, milky-blue waters offer visitors a unique and indulgent experience, surrounded by a surreal lava landscape.

Bridge Between Continents

Conclude your Reykjanes Peninsula exploration with a visit to the Bridge Between Continents.

Your private guide will lead you across the bridge, explaining the geological forces that created this remarkable feature and the significance of Iceland’s location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Walking between two continents, you’ll gain a unique perspective on the powerful forces that have shaped Iceland’s landscapes.

Day 14: Landmannalaugar Highlands

Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar, Iceland on 16 day tour
Fjallabak Nature Reserve, Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Landmannalaugar Highlands boasts a breathtaking landscape characterized by colorful mountains, geothermal wonders, and diverse hiking opportunities.

With your private guide, you’ll enjoy a personalized and in-depth experience as you uncover this enchanting region’s geological secrets and natural beauty.

Landmannalaugar geothermal area

Begin your adventure in the Landmannalaugar geothermal area, known for its stunning rhyolite mountains and hot springs.

Your private guide will lead you through this remarkable landscape, highlighting unique geological features and providing insights into the area’s geothermal activity.

Hiking in Fjallabak Nature Reserve

Next, venture into the Fjallabak Nature Reserve, a protected area encompassing diverse landscapes, including volcanic deserts, lush valleys, and striking mountains.

With your private guide, you’ll embark on a hike tailored to your preferences and fitness level, uncovering the hidden gems of this incredible region.

Laugavegur Trail viewpoints

Conclude your exploration by visiting some of the most breathtaking viewpoints along the famous Laugavegur Trail, one of Iceland’s premier multi-day treks.

Your private guide will lead you to the best vantage points. You’ll be treated to panoramic vistas of the colorful rhyolite mountains, expansive lava fields, and glacier-carved valleys that define the Landmannalaugar Highlands.

Day 15: Thorsmork Valley Adventure

Thorsmork, Landmannalaugar, Iceland small group private tour
Thorsmork, Landmannalaugar, Iceland

Thorsmork Valley is the perfect way to spend the penultimate day of our 16-day itinerary as you uncover the hidden treasures of this enchanting valley situated between towering glaciers and rugged mountains.

Super Jeep tour to Thorsmork Valley

Embark on an exhilarating Super Jeep tour to Thorsmork Valley, traversing challenging terrain and crossing glacial rivers to reach this remote destination.

The Super Jeep tour offers a thrilling and unforgettable way to access the hidden gems of Thorsmork Valley, showcasing its raw beauty and the power of Iceland’s natural forces.

Hiking in Thorsmork Nature Reserve

Explore the diverse trails of Thorsmork Nature Reserve, a hiker’s paradise with routes catering to various skill levels and interests.

As you trek through lush forests, across pristine rivers, and over volcanic terrain, your guide will share insights into the local flora and fauna and the geological processes that have shaped Thorsmork Valley.

Eyjafjallajokull Volcano views

Finally, take the opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views of the iconic Eyjafjallajokull Volcano, which last erupted in 2010.

Discover the best vantage points as you take in the awe-inspiring views of this mighty natural wonder before returning to your accommodation in Reykjavik in the evening.

Day 16: Farewell to Iceland with Luxury Spa and Northern Lights Experience

woman on tour in iceland enjoying Geothermal Spa, Iceland
Geothermal Spa, Iceland

On the final day of your Icelandic adventure, indulge in a day of relaxation and rejuvenation at a luxury spa in Reykjavik before embarking on an enchanting hunt for the Northern Lights with your private guide in the evening.

Begin your day by treating yourself to a well-deserved spa experience in one of Reykjavik’s premier luxury spas. Immerse yourself in the calming atmosphere as you enjoy a range of indulgent treatments, from soothing massages to revitalizing facials designed to refresh your body and mind. Take advantage of the spa’s luxurious amenities, such as steam rooms, saunas, and hot pools, to melt away any remaining tension and fully embrace the serenity of your surroundings. As you unwind and reflect on your incredible Icelandic journey, you’ll be filled with tranquility and well-being, the perfect way to spend your final day in this magical country.

Viewing the Northern Lights

As the sun sets and darkness envelops the sky, it’s time to embark on your final adventure: a private guided tour to hunt for the elusive Northern Lights. Your knowledgeable guide will lead you to the best viewing spots away from the city lights, where you’ll have the greatest chance of witnessing the awe-inspiring aurora borealis. As you wait in anticipation, your guide will share captivating stories about the science and folklore surrounding this natural phenomenon, enhancing the experience and deepening your connection to the mystical Icelandic landscape.

When the sky comes alive with vibrant colors dancing across the heavens, you’ll be left breathless by the sheer beauty of the Northern Lights. This magical spectacle is the perfect conclusion to your unforgettable journey, leaving you with memories that will last a lifetime. With your private guide by your side, you’ll have a truly immersive and personalized experience, ensuring that your final day in Iceland is one you’ll never forget.

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