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Day 1 - Arrive Iceland

Upon arrival in Keflavik, you will be greeted by your guide and we will start the tour right away. We drive from Keflavik towards the Borgarfjordur region. We drive through the only ocean tunnel in Iceland and to the town Borgarnes where we have lunch in a little café. From there we drive into the farming area of Borgarfjordur, to the largest hot spring in Iceland and Europe called Deildartunguhver. From there we drive to the waterfalls Hraunfossar, beautiful waterfalls that come from underneath a large lava field.

We then drive to our hotel for 2 nights, Hotel Hamar located on the outskirts of the town Borgarnesl.

This hotel is by a golf course and a chance to rent clubs and play a little golf, also there are hot tubs to relax in

Included: Lunch , dinner

Accommodation : 2 nights

Day 2 - Dramatic World

After breakfast, we drive to the amazing peninsula Snaefellsnes, on this peninsula we find lava fields, unique rock formations, pink sand beaches, rugged coastline, very rich birdlife and the glacier Snaefellsjokull, Jules Verne had the journey to the centre of the earth start at the top of that glacier. We will stop on the way for lunch in one of the little villages. This peninsula is often called Iceland in a nutshell, the reason is the landscape, mountains, coastline, lava, formations and the glacier, this is all found in other parts of the island.

We will enjoy the whole day on peninsula, stopping for photos and exploring this beautiful area

Included : lunch and dinner

Day 3 - The Golden Circle

After breakfast and checking out we drive to the National park Thingvellir.

Thingvellir is Iceland´s most sacred place, the place where the oldest parliament in the world was founded. It is also the place where we find the largest rift between tectonic plates in Iceland.

Iceland is on the mid-Atlantic ridge, on 2 tectonic plates, the Eurasian plate and North American plate and the geology is fascinating.

From there we drive to the Geysir area where there are numerus hot springs , best known is Geysir, the one the area is named after and Strokkur, the one that is extremely active and spouts on a regular basis. In the Visitors centre, we will have lunch in one of the restaurants there.

From there we drive to the waterfall Gullfoss, one of Iceland´s large waterfalls, truly picturesque.

Our final stop is at a greenhouse and horse farm called Fridheimar, where we will learn about greenhouse farming and see the Icelandic horse up close, learn about it and see it in action, a horse show where all the gates and its grace is shown.

We then drive to the city of Reykjavik and check into our hotel for two nights.

Dinner is on your own

The hotel is located right in the heart of shopping and dining in Reykjavik and very easy to get to great restaurants

Included: Lunch and farm visit

Accommodation :2 night

Day 4 - Reykjavik Discoveries

After breakfast, we take a sightseeing tour around Reykjavik, both on foot and in the bus/car.

The next stop is the Blue Lagoon, one of Iceland´s best-known places. The Blue Lagoon is the perfect place to relax and unwind, let the water refresh and rejuvenate your skin.


When back in the city you have free time for yourself in the afternoon.

Farewell dinner with your guide at a local restaurant


Included: Blue Lagoon, dinner with wine

Day 5 - Tour Ends

Time to pack our bags and get taken to the airport with your guide and bid farewell to Iceland.

Please Note

All passengers must have a Covid Vaccine certificate.

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A Taste of Iceland

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A Taste of Iceland


4 nights|5 breakfasts |3 lunches |4 dinners |Fully guided |Airport pick up and drop off | included entries |Private vehicle  ( MInimum 2 persons)

Our four-night Iceland Mini break is perfect for those doing a stopover in Iceland as they head to Europe or heading back across the Atlantic to the USA. Iceland is the best therapy to break the journey with pure air, stunning scenery and endless wonders. This is a great place to unwind, stretch your legs and enjoy some fantastic Icelandic hospitality, cuisine and environment.

$2,875 per person

Let's discover it together

The world of Fire and Ice

Iceland is a place that seems to be on everyone's bucket list and no wonder. This is a place of never-ending wonders, endless horizons and a landscape that seems to defy all logic. It truly is a place like no other. Our short mini break into Iceland is the perfect way to experience this place in a few days and absorb the magic of this landscape, people and nature. It is the perfect stop-off on the way to Europe for those travelling from the USA or returning from Europe. Our mini adventure lets you experience some of the highlights, cuisine, waterfalls and wildlife. Its a thirst quencher for those seeking a small adventure.

A Place for All Seasons

Whenever you travel to Iceland, be it Winter, Spring, Summer or fall, you are assured of something totally out of the ordinary. The way the weather changes, the stormy days, the endless summer light and the starry skies of winter and Autumn. Our Mini breaks are flexible enough to fit in with your plans and give you a short glimpse of this beautiful island.

The seasons of Winter give you dark skies, snow and the northern lights, the spring and summer give you an abundance of wildlife, whales and dolphins and the midnight sun. There is plenty time on this short break to experience waterfalls, black sand beaches and awesome lunar landscapes left after the numerous volcanic activity over the centuries.

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