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From SGD 4050

On your adventure tour to Iceland, plan the trip so you have the opportunity to see one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles, the Northern Lights. Explore Iceland’s different tourist locations including the Golden Circle, Gulfoss waterfall and the other waterfalls in the south. Another memorable experience will be whale watching in Reykjavik. All-in-all a complete Icelandic adventure in just a week.

Day 01: Arrival at Reykjavik

Airport pickup in Keflavík and transfer to Reykjavík. A short Reykjavík sightseeing. Welcome dinner. Northern Lights experience at night during sighting season.

Day 02: Reykjavik – Golden Circle

Breakfast. Day tour. Thingvellir is characterised by tectonic rift valley and marks the rifting of the Eurasian and North American plates from each other. In 1930 the Icelandic Parliament, the first democracy in the world, was established at Thingvellir. Thingvellir became World Heritage Site in 2004. Strokkur and the Geyser area will be visited. The geyser Geysir itself erupts boiling water up to 70 meters, but is almost inactive. Strokkur, only few meters apart from Geyser, erupts on average every 4 minutes.

Gullfoss, Golden Waterfall. Near Geysir is the beautiful Gullfoss Waterfall. Enjoy the view from above and walk down the path to get close to the powerful waterfall. Secret Lagoon is a nature geothermal bath, where you bath in raw nature and relax at the end of the trip.

At Friðheimar greenhouse, tomatoes are grown and the restaurant offers a unique food experience where the main ingredient is tomatoes. We visit Reykholt, which is one of the most historic places in Iceland. It was a school, a seat of learning and administration for more than 700 years and a place of pilgrimage in medieval times. We will visit Hellisheiði Geothermal Power Station where you will get a guided tour of how Iceland uses Geothermal heat to produce electricity.

Return to Reykjavik and overnight stay

Day 03: Reykjavík and Whale Watching

Breakfast. Reykjavík sightseeing and nature exhibition in Perlan (Pearl). Visit theNational History Museum. The day tour ends in the relaxing atmosphere in the Blue Lagoon. Dinner at Bryggjan, in Grindavík, a fishermen village in the South. Typical fisherman restaurants inside an old factory.

Day 04: Reykjavik – South coast

Breakfast. Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls are both located near Eyjafjallajökull volcano. Eyjafjallajökull is now famous for it ́s 2010 volcanic eruption that disrupted air traffic in Europe. Reynisdrangar Black beach. Iceland is a volcanic island, made up mainly of basaltic material that is black in color. Hence, the “Black Beaches”. The black beach was, in 1991, ranked as one of the ten most beautiful non-tropical beaches in the world. On the beach there are the remarkable basalt columns. Reynisdrangar is a seastack, a geological formation made by wave erosion of surrounding material.

The Lava Centre is an interactive, high-tech educational exhibition depicting volcanic activity, earthquakes and the creation of Iceland over millions of years. The Settlement period in Iceland lasted from 874 (when the first Viking arrived) until 930 when the first democracy in the world was established, at Thingvellir in Iceland.

The Saga Centre in Hvolfsvöllur offers a unique exhibition of Njál ́s Saga, one of the most famous medieval Sagas of Icelanders. The exhibition gives an overview over the world of the Sagas, the Viking age and the age of the settlement. The story of Njáll – Njál ́s Saga – took place in this region, exactly 1000 years ago.

Skogar musum is a cultural heritage collection of 15,000 regional artefact exhibited in 6 historical buildings and 3 museums.

Return to Reykjavik and overnight stay

Day 05: Reykjavik – West coast

Breakfast. At Hvanneyri we will visit the Agricultural Museum of Iceland, where the history of Icelandic agriculture is explained. The museum has an extensive collection of farm artefacts, for example the first plows and other horse-driven equipments, as well as the first tractors imported to Iceland.

Hraunfossar and Barnafossar waterfalls are located in the less visited Western part of Iceland, Borgarfjörður. Hraunfossar are one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Iceland, where series of waterfalls stream out of the porous lava into the Hvítá river. The streaming water stretches over a distance of around 900 meters, out of Hallmundarhraun lava field. Nearby Barnafossar, which means the children ́s waterfall, are named after children that lost their lives into the waterfall. The story says that there was a natural bridge, of lava, over the waterfall, that was destroyed by a mother that lost two of her children while crossing the river over that bridge.

Reykholt is most famous for being the home of Iceland ́s best known author Snorri Sturluson, during the years, 1206-1241. An ancient geothermally-heated pool, Snorralaug, is named after him. It is one of the few things preserved completely from Iceland ́s medieval period. Snorrastofa is a cultural centre and institute for research in medieval studies.

Return to Reykjavik and overnight stay

Day 06: Reykjavik – Þjórsárdalur Valley and farm

Breakfast. The Commonwealth Farm is based on the excavated farmhouse Stöng from the Commonwealth Era in Iceland, about 1000 years ago. The farm provides visitors with an opportunity to study the buildings of our ancestors and learn about their background and daily life. The excavated farm, Stöng is believed to have been destroyed in the Hekla volcanic eruption in the year 1104.

Hjálparfoss waterfall is a beautiful waterfall, split into two separate falls that join at the base and into a small lagoon. The waterfall is surrounded by beautiful basalt columns and formations. The name of the waterfall, Hjálparfoss, means “The helping waterfall”, where “hjálp” signifies “help”. The name originates from the old days when people, riding horses over the harsh landscape of the Sprngisandur highlands, came to this green and relatively lush area, which served as a great help for their horses to graze and recover from the difficult ride over the highlands.

Return to Reykjavik and overnight stay

Day 07: Reykjavik

Breakfast. Enjoy in the comfort of your hotel, explore the city, meet your hosts, try local food and drinks or go shopping before departure.


  • 06 nights accommodation in Reykjavik with breakfast.
  • Meals: 6B 2D
  • Entrance Tickets for sightseeing excursions
  • Sightseeing of places mentioned in the itinerary
  • 05 daily tours
  • Private return Airport transfers
  • All transfers for sightseeing excursions
  • English Speaking Tour Guide


  • Price is per person on sharing basis
  • Prices are valid till April 2019
  • Confirmation of package is subject to Hotel Availability
  • All rates & tour itineraries are subject to change without notice
  • All activities are subject to change relative to weather conditions
  • Prices do not include any additional Airport charges or other charges