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Embark on the adventure of a lifetime as you explore Iceland’s breathtaking beauty and diverse landscapes on a 14-day private guided tour.

From the bustling capital of Reykjavik to the serene East Fjords, the dramatic South Coast, and the enchanting Northern Lights, this carefully curated itinerary offers a comprehensive and immersive exploration of Iceland’s most captivating attractions.

Your experienced guide will accompany you throughout your journey, providing expert insights and personalized attention. With a perfect blend of outdoor adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion, this 14-day private tour is designed to cater to a wide range of interests and preferences.

14 Day Iceland Tour Itinerary

Fjallsárlón Glacier, Iceland on lagoon private boat tour
Fjallsárlón Glacier, Iceland

Day 1: Arrival and Reykjavik Exploration

Sea view from Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík, Iceland
Sea view from Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík, Iceland

Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital city, offers a unique blend of natural wonders, rich history, and vibrant culture. It is a modern and cosmopolitan city with a small-town charm.

Reykjavik’s compact city center makes it easy to explore on foot, with most attractions, restaurants, and shopping areas within walking distance. Moreover, it is the perfect base for exploring the rest of Iceland’s breathtaking landscapes and natural attractions.

Meet and greet at Keflavik Airport

Upon arrival at Keflavik International Airport, you will be warmly greeted by your private tour guide.

They will assist you with your luggage and provide a comfortable transfer to your accommodation in Reykjavik. This personalized service sets the tone for your 14-day private tour, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.

Reykjavik city tour

Your guided tour of Reykjavik will take you through the city’s main highlights and hidden gems.

You will explore the colorful streets, learn about Icelandic history at the National Museum, and discover the city’s vibrant art scene. The tour also includes visiting the Old Harbour, where you can admire the view over the bay and the surrounding mountains, and stopping at the Sun Voyager, a striking sculpture by the waterfront that represents the promise of undiscovered territory.

Hallgrimskirkja Church visit

Hallgrimskirkja Church is an iconic landmark in Reykjavik, with its distinctive modern architecture inspired by Iceland’s volcanic basalt columns.

Standing 74.5 meters tall, it is the largest church in Iceland and offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the surrounding area from its observation deck. During your visit, you can explore the church’s interior, attend a service or a concert, and learn about its history and architectural significance.

Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre

Harpa Concert Hall, situated by the harbor, is an architectural masterpiece that combines stunning design with state-of-the-art acoustics.

The building’s glass façade, inspired by Iceland’s unique landscape, creates a captivating play of light and color. During your visit, you can attend a performance by the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra, the Icelandic Opera, or one of the many international artists that grace its stages. Alternatively, you may embark on a guided tour to learn about the building’s architecture, history, and cultural events within its walls.

Day 2: Golden Circle Excursion

Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland
Gullfoss Waterfall, Iceland

The Golden Circle is a popular tourist route in Iceland, covering approximately 300 kilometers and looping from Reykjavik into the southern uplands and back. It showcases some of Iceland’s most breathtaking natural wonders, including historical sites, geological marvels, and powerful waterfalls.

The Golden Circle offers an easily accessible and time-efficient way to experience the diverse landscapes and phenomena that make Iceland unique. It is perfect for travelers with limited time or those who want to explore the country’s highlights.

Thingvellir National Park

Thingvellir National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with immense historical, cultural, and geological significance.

It was the site of the world’s first parliamentary assembly, the Althing, established in 930 AD. Here, visitors can explore the ruins of ancient structures and learn about Iceland’s Viking history.

One of the park’s most notable features is the Silfra fissure, where visitors can snorkel or dive between the continents in the crystal-clear glacial water.

Geysir Hot Springs

The Geysir Hot Springs area is home to the famous Great Geysir, which has been dormant for years, and Strokkur, an active geyser that erupts every 5-10 minutes, shooting water up to 30 meters into the air.

This geothermal wonderland offers a fascinating insight into Iceland’s volcanic nature with its bubbling mud pools, steaming vents, and rich mineral deposits. Visitors can walk along the designated paths, witnessing the powerful geothermal activity up close and safely while learning about the geological processes that shape the landscape.

Gullfoss Waterfall

Gullfoss, or the “Golden Falls,” is a spectacular two-tiered waterfall that plunges into a deep canyon, creating a mesmerizing display of power and beauty.

Fed by the glacial river Hvítá, the waterfall has a total height of 32 meters and is known for the rainbows that form in its mist on sunny days. Visitors can take in stunning views from various observation points, feel the waterfall’s spray on their faces, and learn about its history and the successful efforts to preserve it for future generations.

Day 3: South Coast Adventure

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland
Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland

Iceland’s South Coast boasts picturesque waterfalls, black sand beaches, rugged cliffs, and vast glaciers, creating an awe-inspiring backdrop for unforgettable adventures.

The South Coast’s accessibility from Reykjavik makes it a popular destination for day trips or extended explorations, allowing tourists to experience the beauty and diversity of Iceland’s nature.

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall

Seljalandsfoss is a stunning waterfall along Iceland’s South Coast, with a 60-meter drop that creates a mesmerizing water curtain.

What sets Seljalandsfoss apart from other waterfalls is the walking path that allows visitors to venture behind the cascade, offering a unique and thrilling perspective.

As you walk behind the waterfall, you can feel the power of the falling water and enjoy an unparalleled view of the surrounding landscape.

Skógafoss Waterfall

Skogafoss, another iconic South Coast waterfall, is one of Iceland’s largest and most powerful waterfalls, with a drop of 60 meters and a width of 25 meters.

The sheer force of the water generates a cloud of mist, often creating rainbows on sunny days, adding to the site’s enchanting atmosphere. Visitors can admire Skogafoss from its base or climb the staircase to the top for a panoramic view of the coastline and the waterfall’s impressive drop.

Skogafoss is also steeped in folklore, with a local legend claiming that a treasure chest lies hidden behind the cascade, waiting to be discovered by a brave adventurer.

Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach

Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach is a unique and otherworldly destination along Iceland’s South Coast, known for its black volcanic sand, dramatic basalt columns, and powerful waves.

The beach is framed by the imposing Reynisdrangar sea stacks, which rise from the ocean and are steeped in Icelandic folklore, adding an air of mystery to the site. Visitors should be cautious of the unpredictable sneaker waves that can reach far onto the shore, but the beach’s beauty and unique geological features make it an unforgettable experience. Nearby, the Dyrhólaey promontory offers panoramic views of the coastline, the beach, and the surrounding area, providing additional opportunities for exploration and photography.

Day 4: Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and Diamond Beach

Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Iceland
Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon, Iceland

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and Diamond Beach, located on Iceland’s southeastern coast, provides a dramatic setting for unforgettable experiences, including boat tours, wildlife spotting, and photography.

The proximity of these sites to Skaftafell National Park adds to their appeal, as visitors can explore diverse landscapes and natural wonders in one region.

Skaftafell National Park

Skaftafell National Park, now part of the larger Vatnajokull National Park, is a remarkable area known for its diverse landscapes, which include glaciers, mountains, lush valleys, and striking rock formations.

The park offers various hiking trails that cater to different skill levels, allowing visitors to explore its natural beauty at their own pace. One of the highlights of Skaftafell is the Svartifoss waterfall, famous for its black basalt column surroundings, which create a unique and picturesque setting.

Skaftafell is also home to the majestic Vatnajokull Glacier. Visitors can embark on guided glacier hikes or ice cave tours, providing an up-close experience with these massive ice formations.

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon is a stunning glacial lake at the foot of the Breiðamerkurjökull Glacier, a part of the larger Vatnajokull Glacier.

The lagoon is filled with icebergs that have broken off from the Glacier, creating a surreal and ever-changing landscape. The shades of blue and white ice and the lagoon’s still waters make it a photographer’s paradise.

Visitors can embark on an amphibious boat or Zodiac tour, which provides a closer look at the icebergs and the opportunity to learn about the lagoon’s geology and the processes that form it. Jokulsarlon is also an excellent location for spotting seals and various bird species, including Arctic terns and skuas.

Diamond Beach Exploration

Diamond Beach, located just across the Ring Road from Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon, is named for the glistening icebergs that wash ashore on its black volcanic sands.

These ice chunks, polished by the ocean waves, resemble diamonds against the dark backdrop, creating a striking and otherworldly scene. Visitors can stroll along the beach, admiring the unique interplay of ice and sand, and capture stunning photographs of this natural phenomenon.

The contrast of the crystal-clear ice against the black sand is a powerful reminder of the beauty and fragility of Iceland’s glacial landscapes.

Day 5: East Fjords and Petra's Stone Collection

Seydisfjordur Village, Iceland
Seydisfjordur Village, Iceland

Characterized by dramatic fjords, lush green valleys, towering mountains, and charming fishing villages, the East Fjords of Iceland are a haven for nature lovers and those seeking a more authentic Icelandic experience.

Scenic drive through the East Fjords

A guided scenic drive through the East Fjords immerses you in the region’s unparalleled beauty.

The winding coastal roads, which hug the fjords and pass through mountain tunnels, provide awe-inspiring views of the rugged coastline, sparkling waters, and cliffs. Along the way, you may encounter roaming herds of wild reindeer, an array of birdlife, and idyllic waterfalls.

Petra's Stone and Mineral Collection

A visit to Petra’s Stone and Mineral Collection in the village of Stöðvarfjörður offers a unique and fascinating insight into the geology and mineralogy of Iceland. The late Petra Sveinsdóttir, a passionate rock collector, amassed a vast array of specimens from the surrounding area, resulting in one of the largest private rock collections in the world.

The museum showcases many colorful and intriguing stones, minerals, and crystals, reflecting the geological diversity of the East Fjords and Iceland. During your visit, you will learn about the formation and significance of these specimens while gaining a deeper appreciation for the land’s geological richness.

Seydisfjordur village visit

Seydisfjordur, nestled at the end of a beautiful fjord, is a picturesque and vibrant village known for its well-preserved wooden buildings, thriving arts scene, and friendly atmosphere.

Visiting Seydisfjordur offers the chance to explore its charming streets, browse local art galleries, and learn about the village’s history and culture at the Skaftfell Center for Visual Art or the Technical Museum of East Iceland.

Day 6: Northern Iceland Highlights & Akureyri

Whale Watching, Iceland on private day tour from reykjavik.
Whale Watching Tour, Húsavík, Iceland

Northern Iceland and Akureyri offer a quieter alternative to the popular tourist routes in the south, allowing visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and authentic Icelandic charm more leisurely.

From whale watching in Húsavík to exploring the bustling town of Akureyri and witnessing the power of Godafoss Waterfall, Northern Iceland has much to offer.

Húsavík whale watching tour

Húsavík, known as the “Whale Capital of Iceland,” is the perfect destination for an unforgettable whale-watching experience.

The nutrient-rich waters of Skjálfandi Bay attract diverse marine life, including humpback, minke, blue, and white-beaked dolphins, providing excellent opportunities for close encounters with these magnificent creatures.

During your guided whale-watching tour, you will board a specially designed boat and venture into the bay, where an expert guide will help you spot and identify the various species. The dramatic coastal scenery and the thrill of witnessing these majestic animals in their natural habitat make this an unforgettable adventure for Northern Iceland tourists.

Akureyri city exploration

Akureyri, often called the “Capital of North Iceland,” is a vibrant and bustling town at the base of the Eyjafjörður Fjord.

During your Akureyri city exploration, you can visit the iconic Akureyri Church, which sits atop a hill overlooking the town, or stroll through the beautifully landscaped botanical gardens, home to a diverse collection of Arctic and alpine flora. The town’s thriving arts scene, including museums, galleries, and the Akureyri Art Museum, offers additional opportunities to immerse yourself in Icelandic culture and history.

Godafoss Waterfall

Godafoss, or the “Waterfall of the Gods,” is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Iceland, with a horseshoe-shaped cascade that spans 30 meters in width and drops 12 meters into the Skjálfandafljót River.

The waterfall’s name is rooted in Icelandic history and folklore. It is said to be where the country’s chieftain threw his pagan idols into the water when Iceland converted to Christianity in 1000 AD.

Visitors can marvel at the sheer power and beauty of Godafoss from various viewpoints and walkways, capturing stunning photographs and creating lasting memories of this natural wonder.

Day 7: Lake Myvatn and Surroundings

Lake Myvatn, Iceland private tour on a ten day itinerary
Lake Myvatn, Iceland

Located in the northeast of the country, Lake Myvatn and its surroundings feature incredible volcanic craters, lava formations, and geothermal hot springs.

Dimmuborgir lava formations

Dimmuborgir, also known as the “Dark Castles,” is a unique geological attraction that features an impressive array of lava formations created around 2,300 years ago during a volcanic eruption.

The resulting landscape is a maze of twisted lava columns, arches, caves, and bizarrely shaped rock formations that evoke an otherworldly atmosphere. During your guided tour, you can wander the marked trails that wind through the area, marvel at the natural sculptures, and learn about the myths and legends associated with Dimmuborgir, such as the belief that it is the home of Iceland’s mischievous “Yule Lads.”

Myvatn Nature Baths

Myvatn Nature Baths, also known as the “Blue Lagoon of the North,” provide a luxurious and relaxing experience in a stunning natural setting.

The geothermal waters, rich in minerals like silica and sulfur, are known for their soothing and rejuvenating properties, making the baths a popular destination for tourists seeking relaxation and wellness.

The baths offer a range of facilities, including a sizeable geothermal pool, steam rooms, and hot pots with varying temperatures. As you soak in the warm waters, you can take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding volcanic landscape, creating a truly unforgettable and restorative experience.

Grjotagja Cave

Grjotagja is a small lava cave that houses a geothermal hot spring near Lake Myvatn.

The cave’s crystal-clear, blue waters and unique geological features make it an enchanting and magical destination.

Grjotagja has also gained fame as a filming location for the popular television series “Game of Thrones,” adding to its appeal for show fans.

Day 8: Vatnajokull National Park & Dettifoss

Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland
Vatnajökull Glacier, Iceland

Explore Europe’s largest Glacier, Vatnajokull, and the powerful and awe-inspiring Dettifoss Waterfall.

The vast national park, which covers about 14% of Iceland, encompasses a variety of natural attractions, including glaciers, ice caves, volcanoes, canyons, and waterfalls, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

The park offers many opportunities for exploration, adventure, and unforgettable experiences in the heart of Iceland’s most iconic landscapes.

Asbyrgi Canyon

Asbyrgi Canyon, located in the northern part of Vatnajokull National Park, is a magnificent horseshoe-shaped canyon that stretches approximately 3.5 kilometers and is 1 kilometer in width.

Surrounded by cliffs that reach 100 meters in height, the canyon is home to lush vegetation, including birch and willow forests, providing a stunning contrast to the rugged terrain.

During your guided tour of Asbyrgi Canyon, you can follow various walking trails that lead through the area, offering panoramic viewpoints and opportunities to spot the diverse flora and fauna that inhabit the canyon. The unique geological features and serene atmosphere of Asbyrgi make it a must-visit destination within Vatnajokull National Park.

Dettifoss Waterfall

Dettifoss, often called the most powerful waterfall in Europe, is a breathtaking natural wonder that captivates visitors with its sheer force and beauty.

During your visit to Dettifoss, you can witness the waterfall’s raw power from several viewpoints and appreciate the dramatic landscape carved by the raging waters. In addition, the experience of standing near the thundering falls and feeling the water spray on your face will surely leave a lasting impression.

Hiking in Vatnajokull National Park

Vatnajokull National Park caters to a range of interests and fitness levels. 

Whether you explore the park’s volcanic landscapes, venture close to the massive Vatnajokull Glacier, or discover the striking beauty of ice caves, your guided hike will provide an immersive experience of the park’s diverse environments. 

Along the way, your knowledgeable guide will share information about the area’s geology, history, and wildlife, enhancing your understanding and appreciation of this remarkable region.

Day 9: Westfjords and Dynjandi Waterfall

Ísafjörður Town, Westfjords, Iceland
Ísafjörður Town, Westfjords, Iceland

The Westfjords, characterized by dramatic fjords, towering cliffs, and quaint fishing villages, offer an off-the-beaten-path experience for those seeking a more intimate connection with Iceland’s nature and culture.

The region is also home to the majestic Dynjandi Waterfall, an awe-inspiring natural wonder that captivates visitors with its power and beauty.

Isafjordur town visit

Isafjordur, the largest town in the Westfjords, is a charming and lively destination that serves as the region’s cultural and commercial hub.

During your Isafjordur visit, you can explore the well-preserved historic wooden buildings, visit local museums like the Westfjords Heritage Museum, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of cafes, restaurants, and shops.

The town is also an ideal base for various outdoor activities, such as hiking, kayaking, and boat tours, providing ample opportunities to immerse yourself in the surrounding landscapes.

Dynjandi Waterfall

Dynjandi, often considered the jewel of the Westfjords, is a magnificent waterfall cascading down terraced rock formations, creating a unique and awe-inspiring spectacle.

During your visit, you can follow a walking path leading to the waterfall’s base, offering various viewpoints from which to admire and photograph this natural wonder.

Vigur Island birdwatching

Vigur Island, a small and idyllic island in Isafjardardjup Bay, is a haven for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts. Home to a rich array of birdlife, including puffins, Arctic terns, guillemots, and eider ducks, Vigur offers excellent opportunities for birdwatching and photography.

A guided tour of the island will take you along its rocky shores and lush meadows, where you can observe the birds in their natural habitat and learn about their behaviors and nesting habits. Additionally, you can visit the island’s historic buildings, such as the 19th-century windmill and the charming family farm, providing insight into the island’s cultural heritage and rural lifestyle.

Day 10: Hornstrandir Nature Reserve

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

Located in the remote northwest corner of the Westfjords, the reserve is accessible only by boat and has remained virtually untouched by human habitation for decades.

This isolation has preserved a unique ecosystem that supports diverse flora and fauna, including the elusive Arctic fox. With its dramatic cliffs, lush valleys, and rugged coastline, Hornstrandir is a paradise for nature lovers, hikers, and wildlife enthusiasts seeking a genuinely immersive, off-the-beaten-path Icelandic experience.

Hornstrandir hiking adventure

A guided hiking adventure in Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is an unforgettable experience that allows you to explore the area’s diverse landscapes, from verdant valleys and towering sea cliffs to remote beaches and tranquil fjords.

Your knowledgeable guide will lead you along well-maintained trails, sharing information about the region’s flora, fauna, and history while ensuring your safety and comfort. Along the way, you’ll encounter breathtaking panoramic views, abundant wildflowers, and opportunities to spot various bird species, including puffins, guillemots, and kittiwakes. The untouched beauty of Hornstrandir makes it a must-visit destination for hikers and nature enthusiasts.

Arctic fox spotting

Hornstrandir Nature Reserve is home to Iceland’s only native land mammal, the Arctic fox. With no natural predators and minimal human interference, the reserve provides a haven for these elusive creatures, making it one of the best places in Iceland to spot them in their natural habitat.

During your guided tour, your guide will help you search for signs of the Arctic fox and provide insights into their behavior, habitat, and conservation efforts. Witnessing these charming animals up close in their pristine environment is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for wildlife lovers and photographers alike.

Scenic boat tour

As you cruise along the fjords and navigate between the dramatic cliffs, you’ll have the opportunity to observe an array of seabirds, including puffins, razorbills, and fulmars, as well as seals lounging on the rocky shores.

The boat tour also provides an excellent vantage point for admiring the towering sea cliffs, some of which are among the highest in Europe, and the spectacular scenery that defines Hornstrandir.

The wildlife sightings and breathtaking vistas make this boat tour a memorable addition to your Hornstrandir experience.

Day 11: Snaefellsnes Peninsula

Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland small tour group 7 day tour itinerary
Kirkjufell Mountain, Iceland

The Snaefellsnes Peninsula is a microcosm of Iceland’s diverse and breathtaking landscapes in a relatively small area.

Often referred to as “Iceland in Miniature,” the peninsula boasts an array of natural attractions, including mountains, beaches, volcanic formations, and glaciers. Its picturesque scenery and varied attractions make it an ideal destination for those seeking to quickly experience Iceland’s natural beauty.

Kirkjufell Mountain

Kirkjufell, or “Church Mountain,” is a stunningly symmetrical and freestanding peak that has become an iconic symbol of the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

Rising 463 meters above sea level, the mountain’s distinctive shape and surrounding landscapes have made it a favorite among photographers and nature lovers. During your guided tour, you can admire the picturesque mountain from various viewpoints, including the nearby Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall, which creates a beautiful and photogenic backdrop. For more adventurous visitors, guided hikes to the summit offer a challenging but rewarding experience, with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and coastline.

Djupalonssandur Beach

Djupalonssandur, also known as the “Black Lava Pearl Beach,” is a unique and striking attraction on the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.

The beach is characterized by its black volcanic pebbles, rugged rock formations, and dramatic coastal cliffs. During your visit, you can wander along the shoreline, admiring the natural beauty of the area and the remnants of a shipwreck from 1948.

Djupalonssandur also features a set of “lifting stones,” which were historically used by fishermen to test their strength. These stones provide a unique insight into Iceland’s cultural history and offer a fun, interactive element to your beach visit.

Vatnshellir Cave

Vatnshellir Cave, located within the Snaefellsjokull National Park, is an 8,000-year-old lava tube that offers a fascinating glimpse into Iceland’s volcanic history.

During your guided cave tour, you will descend 35 meters below the surface and explore the colorful and otherworldly subterranean world with unique lava formations and geological features. Your knowledgeable guide will provide information about the cave’s formation, history, and the role of lava tubes in Iceland’s volcanic landscape.

Day 12: Stykkisholmur and Eldborg Crater

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

Stykkisholmur is a charming harbor town that serves as a gateway to the region’s breathtaking landscapes and natural attractions.

The nearby Eldborg Crater and Berserkjahraun lava fields allow visitors to explore the area’s volcanic history and marvel at the dramatic beauty of Iceland’s geological formations.

Stykkisholmur town visit

Stykkisholmur is a picturesque town that boasts well-preserved historical buildings, a colorful harbor, and a thriving cultural scene.

During your guided tour of Stykkisholmur, you can visit the iconic Stykkisholmskirkja Church, explore the local Volcano Museum, and stroll along the harbor while admiring the traditional fishing boats and stunning views of Breidafjordur Bay.

Eldborg Crater hike

Eldborg translates to “Fire Castle,” a well-preserved volcanic crater approximately 30 kilometers from Stykkisholmur.

The crater is around 5,000-8,000 years old and stands 60 meters above the surrounding lava field. Your guided hike to Eldborg Crater will take you through a diverse landscape of moss-covered lava rocks and vibrant vegetation, offering a unique and immersive experience of Iceland’s volcanic terrain.

Upon reaching the rim of the crater, you will be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the opportunity to explore the crater’s interior. The hike is perfect for those seeking an up-close encounter with Iceland’s geological wonders.

Berserkjahraun lava field

Berserkjahraun is a sprawling lava field near the Eldborg Crater, named after the Icelandic Saga of Eyrbyggja, which tells the story of two berserkers killed and buried in the lava field.

Its rugged and dramatic beauty characterizes the area, with twisted lava formations covered in vibrant moss and lichen. During your guided tour of the Berserkjahraun lava field, your guide will share fascinating stories and information about the area’s geological and cultural history, enhancing your appreciation of this unique and mysterious landscape.

Day 13: Icelandic Horses & Reykjanes Peninsula

Icelandic Horses, Iceland in a field with mountain backdrop
Icelandic Horses, Iceland

Icelandic Horses are an essential part of the country’s cultural heritage and provide a unique and enjoyable way to explore the Icelandic countryside.

During your horseback riding experience, you can ride these charming and sure-footed animals while learning about their history and unique characteristics from your knowledgeable guide.

As you traverse the scenic landscapes, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside, including mountains, lava fields, and coastal vistas. This immersive and unforgettable experience is suitable for riders of all levels, making it a perfect activity for tourists seeking a close encounter with Iceland’s natural beauty and equestrian culture.

Blue Lagoon spa

The Blue Lagoon is a world-renowned geothermal spa in the Reykjanes Peninsula, known for its milky-blue waters and healing properties.

Your spa day at the Blue Lagoon will allow you to relax and rejuvenate in the mineral-rich waters while enjoying the stunning volcanic surroundings. With its naturally heated waters, silica mud masks, and modern spa facilities, the Blue Lagoon offers a unique and luxurious wellness experience that is not to be missed. The combination of relaxation and natural beauty visits the Blue Lagoon a must-do activity on any Icelandic itinerary.

Bridge Between Continents

The Bridge Between Continents is a unique and fascinating attraction on the Reykjanes Peninsula that allows visitors to walk between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates.

The bridge, which spans the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, symbolizes the connection between Europe and North America and offers a tangible representation of the geological forces that have shaped Iceland’s landscape.

During your guided visit to the Bridge Between Continents, your guide will provide information about the geological significance of the site and the ongoing tectonic movements that continue to shape the country. This unique and educational experience provides a rare opportunity to witness the forces of nature at work, making it a must-visit attraction for geology enthusiasts and curious tourists alike.

Day 14: Luxury Spa Day & Northern Lights Experience

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

Embark on a truly unforgettable day as you conclude your 14-day private tour of Iceland with a perfect blend of relaxation, luxury, and natural wonder.

Indulgent Luxury Spa Experience

Conclude your 14-day private tour of Iceland by pampering yourself at one of Reykjavik’s luxury spas.

Indulge in rejuvenating treatments, such as geothermal baths, hot stone massages, and soothing facials, all designed to help you relax and reflect on your incredible Icelandic journey.

Guided Northern Lights Hunt

Cap off your unforgettable Icelandic adventure with a guided tour to the best Northern Lights viewing spot in the evening.

Your experienced guide will take you to a prime location away from city lights, maximizing your chances of witnessing the awe-inspiring aurora borealis. Learn about the science and folklore behind this natural phenomenon as you marvel at the breathtaking colors dancing across the night sky.

This magical experience is the perfect finale for your 14-day private guided tour of Iceland, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

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