The energy is palpable on this magical island, where astonishing natural phenomena inspire the welcoming, creative locals and draw an increasing number of visitors in search of splendour.
Explore Iceland’s most visited attractions such as Geysir, Gullfoss and Þingvellir and end the tour with warm relaxing nature bathing. Þingvellir is a national park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where the two tectonic plates are slowly drifting apart and where the old Viking parliament was founded. The Geysir hot spring area has the geyser Strokkur sprouting hot water up to 20 meters high every 4– 8 minutes. Gullfoss (“The Golden waterfall”) never disappoints anyone and if you are lucky you might spot a rainbow forming in the mist from the waterfall in the sunshine. Last but not least, is the relaxation in the Secret Lagoon, which is one of the oldest natural geothermal swimming pools in Iceland. It is surrounded by beautiful hot springs and one of them sprouts every few minutes, truly a magical place.
Join a mysterious trip, on a dark winter night. witness one of nature’s most spectacular displays; the phenomenon which we call the Northern Lights. Far from the glow of the city lights, we hunt for the elusive Aurora Borealis – known as the Northern Lights. Together we will search for these magnificent auroras. On a clear night, we may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the sky in dramatic shapes, colors, patterns and sizes.
Iceland’s second largest glacier Langjökull.
On arrival to the ice cap you’ll explore the heart of the glacier through a spectacular man-made ice tunnel and caves.
You’ll learn about glacier formation, exploration and global warming as you walk through the frozen stillness of ice formed over a thousand years ago.