LB08 - Iceland Complete 2019
Guided Bus Tour - Summer

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Season: (APR 24 to SEP 20)
Duration: (9 days, 8 nights)
Price: (See below)
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The ultimate Icelandic touring holiday – see it all in 9 days. A guided tour of Iceland via the Route 1 ring-road, circling the entire country. On this Icelandic tour holiday you will see the Icelandic landscape in all its incredible variety – from magnificent mountains to black beaches, from glaciers to waterfalls, from volcanoes to icebergs. A guided round trip that will show you the very best of Icelandic nature – north, south, east and west. Get the most out of your holiday in Iceland!

Itinerary

Day 1. Arrival
An optional transfer from airport to your Reykjavík accommodation in a Wi-Fi connected bus. Spend rest of your day exploring capital of Iceland on your own.

Dinner is on your own. Reykjavik offers a multitude of restaurants and/or coffee-houses, making dinner a great way to get better acquainted with Iceland's capital.

Please note guaranteed early check-in is not included in the price. Most hotels begin check-in around 14:00 (2:00pm).

Overnight in Reykjavík.


Day 2. The Golden Circle - Skógar - Dyrhólaey Nature Reserve - Vík Village

Your Icelandic guided tour starts in the capital, before heading for some of Iceland's most famous attractions. This action-packed day includes:

Gullfoss – the magnificent waterfall that is a must-see for any visitor
Geysir – home of hot springs, bubbling pools and geysers, including Strokkur which explodes into the air every few minutes
Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss – two classic waterfalls
Dyrhólaey nature reserve. *Please note that Dyrholaey is closed during nesting season in spring, middle May until June 25th.
Vík – a peaceful seaside village set in beautiful surroundings

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Vík area.


Day 3. Skaftafell National Park - Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon - Höfn Town

Your guided tour of Iceland continues with a journey through the attractions of South Iceland. As you drive through the breath-taking landscape the magnificent Vatnajökull glacier will provide incredible views. The day's many highlights include:

Eldhraun – a vast field of lava
Kirkjubaejarklaustur – a small village with a history dating back to the Irish monks
Skeiðararsandur sands
Skaftafell National Park – an area of great beauty and variety
Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon – one of Iceland's most famous treasures, where giant icebergs float in the freezing blue waters

• Dinner is on your own this evening. Höfn is famous for its excellent langoustines (Norway lobsters), and several restaurants in the town offer this specialty.
• Overnight stay in the Höfn area.


Day 4. East Fjords and Egilsstaðir Town

A day that takes you into East Iceland, through an ever changing landscape – including:

The Almannaskarð pass – leading you from Höfn past incredible coastline views
The East Fjords – watch the landscape change with dramatic slopes and cliffs

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Egilsstaðir area.


Day 5. Lake Mývatn Area

The Lake Mývatn area is rich in natural beauty and birdlife – there is so much to explore here, as your Icelandic adventure continues. Along the way you will experience:

Möðrudalsöræfi – a highland desert plateau
Dettifoss – famous as the most powerful waterfall in Europe
Námaskarð pass – a memorable sight with its colourful scenery and bubbling mud pools
the Lake Mývatn area – one of Iceland's best loved natural attractions, the Skútustaðir pseudo craters and a rich and diverse birdlife

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Mývatn area.


Day 6. Akureyri City - Siglufjordur

On this stage of your Icelandic guided holiday, you head across the North, to Iceland's second biggest city. The day includes:

Dimmuborgir lava formations
• a visit to the lovely Goðafoss waterfall
• a stop at Laufás – an old turf farm, to give you a taste of Iceland's past
Akureyri – known as 'the capital of the North', the town is rich in cultural and social life, including many shops, restaurants and museums
Siglufjordur – an enjoyable and friendly town for an evening stroll. The town has some of the finest timber buildings in the country that have been beautifully restored.

• Dinner and an overnight stay in Siglufjordur.


Day 7. Skagafjörður Fjord - Borgarnes Town

You continue your journey across the North of Iceland, with lots to see and do. In addition to dramatic mountain scenery, you'll experience:

Herring-Era Museum in Siglufjordur
Hólar, one of Iceland's most historical places. It was the cultural center of Iceland for over 700 years and has several fascinating ancient buildings on site. Today it is home to a world-famous agricultural university.
Skagafjorður – where you can learn about the special characteristics of the Icelandic horse
Blönduós – a village by the salmon river Blanda, which is home to the Hrutey Island nature reserve
Höltavorðuheiði – the plateau that leads you across Borgarfjörður
Borgarnes - a picturesque coastal town

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Borgarnes area.


Day 8. Borgarfjörður Fjord - Þingvellir National Park

The last day of your guided tour around Iceland includes hot springs, waterfalls, stunning fjords, and one of Iceland's most iconic areas of interest: Þingvellir National park. The day includes:

Deildartunguhver – a hot spring known as the most powerful in the world.
Hraunfossar waterfall
• A drive through Hvalfjörður fjord
Þingvellir National Park – a site of incredible geological and cultural interest, as the home of the world's first parliament and one of Iceland's biggest lakes, Lake Þingvallavatn

• Overnight stay in Reykjavík. Dinner is on your own.


Day 9. Departure
An optional airport transfer from your hotel to Keflavík airport.


Price:

April 01, 2019 - April 30, 2019
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Standard group max 36 people): 293300 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Standard group max 36 people): 365959 ISK

May 01, 2019 - May 31, 2019
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Standard group max 36 people): 289659 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Standard group max 36 people): 377860 ISK
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Small group max 16 people): 357000 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Small group max 16 people): 445059 ISK

June 01, 2019 - August 30, 2019
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Standard group max 36 people): 343979 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Standard group max 36 people): 468159 ISK
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Small group max 16 people): 413699 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Small group max 16 people): 538019 ISK

September 01, 2019 - September 18, 2019
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Standard group max 36 people): 322980 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Standard group max 36 people): 434420 ISK
- Price per person in a double/twin room (Small group max 16 people): 392560 ISK
- Price per person in a single room (Small group max 16 people): 503860 ISK

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Season: (APR 24 to SEP 20)
Duration: (9 days, 8 nights)
Price: (See above)
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