4 Day Must See

4 Day Must See Private Tour – Explore the Main sites Iceland has to offer in this unique four day luxury tour

Day 1 – Golden Circle

Your guide will meet up with you at your hotel at 9 am in the lobby of your hotel and you will head out to the Golden Circle that stretches up to the Southern uplands and farmlands.  The three most important attractions on this route are Thingvellir National Park old parliament site and the two tectonic plates fault line. This is where the vikings founded Alþingi or Parliament and your guide will explain all about how they met each summer to say the law and pass judgements.  The famous Geysir geothermal hot spring area where you will see Strokkur hot spring shoot boiling water high up in the air every 5 – 8 minutes and the of course the massive two level waterfall of Gullfoss.

Day 2 – South Coast Wonders

The South Coast has many of the most beautiful attractions in Iceland starting with the Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you can walk the path behind the veil of water plunging from the cliff high above.  Stunning Skogafoss Waterfall with it´s beautiful shape and surroundings, The black sand beach Reynisfjara with the multitude of octagonal basalt pillars shaping the coast and the caves. Vik Small Town with the three iconic pillars of rock out at sea under the Katla Volcano lurking under Mýrdalsjökull and further out on the coast you drive through the Eldhraun lava field with the layer of thick woolly green moss covering the rugged surface of the biggest lava field in the world.

Day 3 – Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon

The mesmerising Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon offers a spectacle of massive ancient icebergs calmly floating around in the icy water with the incredible backdrop of Breiðamerkurjökull huge outlet glacier from Vatnajökull the mother of all glaciers in Iceland.  Nearby you have the diamond beach where the smaller icebergs are strewn around the black sand and finally you will stop at Skaftafell National Park and do a hike through the oasis of trees to find the Black waterfall that got named after the black octagonal pillars of basalt that surround the cascade.  The black sand beach Reynisfjara with the multitude of octagonal basalt pillars shaping the coast and the caves and finally the Skógarfoss waterfall that is the last stop of the day.

Day 4 – Þórsmörk Nature Reserve

The Þórsmörk glacier valley is perfect for 4×4 and hiking.  The first stop is the at Seljalandsfoss waterfall where you can walk the path behind the veil of water plunging from the cliff high above. Turning inwards to the country and heading onwards over rough roads and unbridged rivers which leave most of the traffic behind but is perfect for the modified super jeep you are riding in.  The Gígjökull outlet glacier that runs from Eyjafjallajökull glacier is a must stop, the canyons that hide secret waterfalls open up new worlds and the many different trails that you find in the area offer the chances of a stroll or a hike at your difficulty level to marvel at the views.

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Season

  • Available all year long
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Possible Activites

  • Snorkelling/Diving
  • Horse Riding Tour
  • Snowmobiling
  • ATV
  • Glacier Hike
  • Hiking
  • Boat Ride

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Suggested Accommodations

Tour Day 1

  • Grímsborgir
  • Skálakot
  • 360 Hotel 

Tour Day 2

  • Fosshotel Glacier Lagoon

Tour Day 3

  • Skálakot
  • 360 Hotel
  • Hotel Rangá

Tour Day 4

  • Black Pearl Suites
  • Reykjavik Konsulat
  • Canopy Hilton

 

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