LB07 - Iceland Complete WINTER 2019 - 2020
Guided Bus Tour - Winter

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Season: (OCT 9 to APR 8)
Duration: (9 days, 8 nights)
Price: (See below)
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The ultimate Icelandic touring holiday – see it all in 9 packed 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!

Highlights:
• See Iceland‘s most popular sites and attractions along the famed Ring Road
• Visit the world-famous Golden Circle natural wonders
• Walk on the black sand beaches and see Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls along the south shore
• Take in the majesty of Vatnajokull National Park that includes Skaftafell, the Glacier Lagoon and the Diamond Beach
• Explore the magnificent East Fjords, home of wild reindeer and a legendary sea monster
• Visit Akureyri, Siglufjordur and the Lake Myvatn region in North Iceland
• View the hidden treasures of beautiful Borgarfjordur in West Iceland
• Enjoy Icelandic cuisine made with fresh local ingredients
• Take advantage of the Northern Lights wake-up calls and optional tours to increase your chances of seeing the amazing Northern Lights
• Discover Iceland with our hand-picked local guides


Early Bird Discount 10%
Booking period: July 12th to September 15th 2019
Traveling period: October 1st 2019 to April 30th 2020
Please contact us to check availability.

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 Town

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

• A short sightseeing tour of Reykjavík
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.
Vík – a peaceful seaside village set in beautiful surroundings

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Vík area.

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


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 and an overnight stay in the Höfn area.

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


Day 4. Höfn - East Fjords - Egilsstaðir

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
Villages - with history and charm
Egilsstaðir town - located near Iceland's largest forest and a lake said to be home to a legendary monster

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Egilsstaðir area.

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


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.

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


Day 6. Lake Mývatn Area - 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 overnight stay in Siglufjordur.

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


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
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
Holtavörðuheiði – the plateau that leads you across Borgarfjörður
Borgarnes - a picturesque coastal town

• Dinner and an overnight stay in the Borgarnes area

*Northern Lights wake-up call available on this night


Day 8. Borgarfjörður Fjord - Þingvellir National Park - Reykjavík

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.

For all Northern Lights enthusiasts we recommend joining a Northern Lights tour from Reykjavik tonight or contact your hotel reception to reschedule your tour if you booked a tour on your first night and it was not operated.

*Northern Lights tours are subject to the correct weather conditions and sightings cannot be guaranteed.


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


Price:

October 09, 2019 - February 29, 2020
- Price per person in Double/Twin room: 289379 ISK
- Price per person in Single room: 368760 ISK
- Price per person in a triple room: 278600 ISK

March 01, 2020 - March 31, 2020
- Price per person in Double/Twin room: 268099 ISK
- Price per person in Single room: 335720 ISK
- Price per person in a triple room: 262361 ISK

April 01, 2020 - April 30, 2020
- Price per person in Double/Twin room: 276360 ISK
- Price per person in Single room: 343000 ISK
- Price per person in a triple room: 271880 ISK

Book Now
Season: (OCT 9 to APR 8)
Duration: (9 days, 8 nights)
Price: (See above)
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