River Rafting

3-Day South Coast Adventure | River Rafting & Glacier Tour

See the best of Iceland on this fantastic 3-day tour of the Golden Circle and the South Coast, including river rafting, glacier hike and the Glacier Lagoon!

From: kr.129.900,0


maximum 19 guests


within Reykjavík


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Tour Highlights

Experience an adventure like no other with this action-packed tour of the Golden Circle and Iceland’s stunning South Coast. Enjoy a thrilling river raft ride on the White River, take an unforgettable walk on a glacier, and gaze at the glittering Glacier Lagoon and Diamond Beach!

Take this fun-packed three-day adventure tour of Iceland’s most incredible sights and discover why this is the Land of Fire and Ice!

You’ll be thrilled by waterfalls, volcanoes, geysers, glaciers, black sand beaches, and icebergs the size of houses! As well as that, you’ll get the chance to get up close to these natural marvels, too! Just imagine what it’ll be like on a river raft ride on a meltwater river, walking across a gigantic glacier, and strolling on the famous Diamond Beach!

Only Iceland can offer you so many unforgettable experiences in just three days!

Your once-in-a-lifetime tour will start with a convenient pick-up in the capital, followed by a fun drive along the shore with views of the city and majestic Mount Esja to explore the Golden Circle. In no time at all, you’ll be enjoying the magnificent views of the colossal rift valley at Þingvellir National Park, the gorgeous gushers at Geysir, and the thundering cascade at Gullfoss. The first day will end with a thrilling river raft ride down the White River and an overnight stay at Hveragerði.

The second day sees you exploring Iceland’s stunning South Coast with stops at the wonderful waterfalls of Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss, and Gljúfrabúi. The second day’s special treat is a glacier walk on Sólheimajökull, one of Iceland’s most beautiful rivers of ice. Then, after a stop at the famous black sand beach at Reynisfjara, we’ll stay overnight in a remote location in the country’s southeastern part.

The third day brings you to the world-famous Glacier Lagoon at Jökulsárlón. You’ll see ghostly icebergs floating serenely on their way to Diamond Beach, where glittering fragments of ice lie scattered on a black sand beach. On our way back to the city, there are more magical sights to look forward to, with photo stops at the turf-roofed church at Hofskirkja and the winding green canyons at Fjaðrárgljúfur. We’ll also stop for refreshments at Vík, Iceland’s southernmost village, before heading home! 

Day 1 | Golden Circle & Kerid Volcanic Crater

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Your action-packed three-day adventure begins with a pick-up in the city from your accommodation or an agreed meeting point. Then we’ll whisk you off to the Golden Circle – Iceland´s most famous attraction, while you take in the views of Mount Esja and the city skyline along the way.

Thingvellir National Park

The first stop on the Golden Circle, Þingvellir, is a breathtaking spectacle where gigantic cracks in the Earth’s surface reveal the widening gap between the American and Eurasian tectonic plates. Enormous geological forces are pulling Iceland apart at the same speed as your fingernails are growing. That means you can walk in between two continents here! As well as the marvelous views, you will see where the early Viking settlers made their laws and celebrated summer festivals for a thousand years. Þingvellir is now a national shrine and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Geysir & Haukadalur Geothermal Area

The next stop on the Golden Circle is Geysir, the place that gave its name to all erupting hot springs. Geysir is mostly dormant now, but nearby Strokkur is very active.

Just wait a few minutes, and you’ll feel the earth tremble underneath your feet!  Then stand back and watch impressive fountains of superheated water shooting up to thirty meters high into the sky. You’ll get some incredible Instagram images here, but check the wind direction to avoid getting wet!

As you explore the Haukadalur Geothermal area, you’ll discover steaming mud pools and hissing hot pots wherever you look. The locals even bake their bread by burying dough in the ground and leaving it overnight!

Gullfoss - The Golden Waterfall

The third and final part of the Golden Circle is Gullfoss (the Golden Falls), a roaring two-tier waterfall that thunders its way into a steep canyon. With millions of gallons of glacial meltwater crashing down more than thirty meters, Gullfoss is a natural marvel at any time of the year.

There are several spots to get a great view of this magical waterfall, setting off countless rainbows when the sun shines, and just as stunning on snowy winter days too. Gullfoss narrowly survived conversion into a hydroelectric power plant a few decades ago and is now a protected national treasure.

White River Rafting Experience

Most visitors to the Golden Circle will return home after visiting Gullfoss. But our tour has something special for you! You’ll enjoy a close-up view of the canyon with a river rafting experience on the White River, starting just a short distance from Gullfoss.

We’ll take you down to the riverbank to get kitted out for an unforgettable raft ride downstream from the waterfall toward the coast, taking in the mesmerizing views of the Brúarhlöður Canyon. All the necessary safety equipment and expert guidance will be provided so you can soak up every moment of this thrilling experience.

This is a fantastic way to see Iceland from another perspective and to feel the power of Nature as you paddle downstream, surrounded by towering cliffs on glacial meltwaters.   

Hveragerði Geothermal Village

We’ll stay overnight in Hveragerði, which is located directly over a geothermal hotspot, heating gigantic greenhouses filled with flowers, bananas, tomatoes, and more. 

Some even call Hveragerði the “Flower Village” for that reason. Straddling the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, you’ll be able to see the split between the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. That means there’s a lot of seismic activity here, and there’s even an earthquake simulator in the shopping mall!

You can also stand with one foot in each continent on either side of an illuminated line outside the supermarket! Several restaurants have a uniquely local focus, including one where the different courses are baked in an outdoor geothermal oven!

Optional Activity (no pre-booking required):


After exploring four incredible attractions located on the Golden Circle Route you will arrive in Hveragerði, a town renowned for its vibrant geothermal activity. Not only will you have the chance to witness a smaller version of Geyser, but you can also indulge in a relaxing dip in the warm, naturally heated waters.

Be sure to pack your swimwear and end your day in the famous Icelandic geothermal pools! There is no better way to enhance your evening! Hot Tubs are located at or by your hotel and entrance is included.


Town famous for Geothermal Activity

Day 2 | South Coast Waterfalls & Black Beach of Reynisfjara

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Your fun-packed adventure tour starts its second day with a scenic drive along the South Coast shore to Seljalandsfoss.

Seljalandsfoss & Gljufrabui Waterfalls

Here, you’ll see a beautiful ribbon of water plunge down from the Seljalandsá river more than 60 meters into a deep pool, and a large cave has been carved out behind the falls. 

It’s possible to get very close to this waterfall and walk around the falls if you don’t mind getting wet and scrambling along the slippery path!

Seljalandsfoss is powered by glacial meltwater from Eyjafjallajökull, the famous volcano that stopped air traffic for days when it erupted in 2010.  Now it features in pop music videos, TV shows, and films, so it’s a great place to snap some splendid pictures!

There’s another “hidden” waterfall here, which many people miss when visiting Seljalandsfoss – but we’ll show you where to find it! Just a short walk away from Seljalandsfoss, you’ll discover the entrance to a concealed cave – this is Gljúfrabúi!

You’ll need to hop over a few stepping stones to enter the gorgeous green canyon, but then you’ll be under a beautiful waterfall that tumbles into a pond right in front of you!

Skogafoss Waterfalls

Another incredible waterfall to enjoy at our next stop is called Skógafoss.  The name means “Forest Falls” but there aren’t many trees to be seen now after the Viking settlers chopped most of them down hundreds of years ago.

Skógafoss is one of the most recognizable waterfalls in the world, featured on “Game of Thrones” and in several Hollywood movies. From a height of 60 meters, the waters crash over the cliffs and produce sheets of spray and spectacular rainbows on sunny days.  You can even climb up some stairs to see the falls from on high too. 

Hike on top of the Sólheimajökull Glacier

You may wonder where all this water is coming from – our next stop will answer your questions! More than a tenth of Iceland lies under gigantic glaciers, immense rivers of ice, and ancient snow that reach down from the frozen Highlands. The Sólheimajökull glacier is an outlet glacier from the main ice cap here, called Mýrdalsjökul, and part of the Katla UNESCO GeoPark.

Climate change is shrinking Iceland’s glaciers now, so don’t miss this opportunity to see this natural wonder up close. We’ll kit you out with all the necessary safety equipment, including crampons, ropes, and helmets. Then, expert guides will show you the secrets of the glacier, like crevasses and other unique ice formations.

Reynisfjara - The Black Beach

The second day ends with a trip to one of the most picturesque beaches you’ll ever see – the black sand beach at Reynisfjara. National Geographic named it one of their favorite non-tropical beaches. Dark volcanic sands stretch for miles, and incredible hexagonal basalt columns line the cliffs.

Look out to sea for a view of the stunning stone sea stacks of the Reynisdrangar, a series of volcanic rock formations that some say are giant trolls frozen in time forever. Far off in the distance, you’ll see the rock arches at Dyrhólaey, carved by the mighty Atlantic waves that crash ashore here. Watch out for the “sneaker waves” and listen to your guide before walking on the beach!

We’ll stay overnight in a remote location in the southeastern corner of Iceland.


You will stay in a cozy country hotel located just few kilometres away from the Glacier Lagoon

Day 3 | Glacier Lagoon & Fjaðrárgljúfur River Canyon

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The third day of your South Coast adventure takes you to the foothills of Vatnajökull, the largest glacier in Iceland, which covers 8% of the island. The treasures of this region of Iceland include the world-famous Glacier Lagoon at Jökulsárlón, where you can see immense icebergs floating serenely around a dazzling lagoon.

Diamond Beach

You’ll will start the day by discovering Diamond Beach, where fragments of these icebergs lie scattered on a black sand beach.

Formed only a few decades ago, the Glacier Lagoon is an enormous lake close to the sea where gigantic icebergs break away from the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier.

Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon

Jökulsárlón is the deepest lake in Iceland and was created when a glacier retreated away from the sea, with the space left behind being filled with freezing meltwater and ghostly icebergs. It’s a spectacular sight, and Jökulsárlón has been featured in several Hollywood films, including Batman and James Bond!

If you want a closer look, you can book an optional amphibious vehicle journey around the lagoon, allowing you to see these natural marvels from just a few feet away!The bergs can float around here for years, slowly sculpted into fantastic shapes by the wind and the tide, before finally escaping to the sea.

After exploring this magnificent location, it’ll be time to return to Reykjavík, but there’ll be more treats to enjoy on the journey home!

Hofskirkja Church & Lava Fields

Iceland is famous for its turf-roofed buildings, a reminder of ancient times when this technique was used to keep people warm in the winter.

We’ll visit Hofskirkja for a photo stop, where you’ll see one of the last turf-roofed churches built in Iceland in the 19th century. Layers of green turf form the roof of this fairytale church, surrounded by moss-covered burial mounds, which seem to be melting into the landscape around it. 

The church was restored in the 1950s, and it’s a working church used by the locals, so this will be a quick stop for a photograph or two. 

Fjaðrárgljúfur River Canyon

The “Feather Canyon” is an astonishing sight as we return along the South Coast.  Hidden away a couple of kilometers from the Ring Road, this gorgeous green moss-covered canyon is a hundred meters deep and almost a kilometer long.

It became internationally known after Justin Bieber filmed one of his music videos here, so you might recognize it! The canyon was formed during the last Ice Age, leaving a snaking river behind when the ice sheet retreated

Vik Village

Before we return to the city, we’ll stop for refreshments at Vík, the southernmost point in Iceland. As well as lots of shops, restaurants and souvenir shops, you’ll see a fairytale church overlooking the village, with amazing views of the Reynisdrangar.

We’ll whisk you back to the capital along the picturesque Ring Road. So sit back, enjoy the view, and remember all the amazing sights you’ve seen on your 3-day adventure on Iceland’s South Coast!

Optional Activity


Take a thrilling 45-minute amphibious boat tour among the floating icebergs. It’s your chance to get up close to these glittering giants as the bergs sway around the lagoon.

You’ll jump on an open-top 4WD vehicle and slide into the glacial waters for a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with these magical mountains of ice. Wrap up warm and look out for seals!

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Know Before You Go

Proper footwear when walking on uneven and slippery surfaces increases your safety and comfort. Please note, that you can be banned from participating in glacier activities when not wearing required shoes. If you do not own proper footwear (solid shoes reaching above your ankle) you can rent them during booking process

Hiking boots

For your convenience and safety reasons, it is recommended that you pack lightly for this tour, in a small suitcase or backpack. If you have large luggage with you, please check with your accommodation if they offer luggage storage for your time on this tour. If that is not a possibility, you can pay a small fee per luggage and we will make sure we have space for it on the tour bus or in a special luggage trailer


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When you complete your booking, you’ll be asked to choose a pick up and drop off location. Where possible, we will collect you directly from your hotel.

Some parts of the city have traffic restrictions, so you’ll need to go to a designated bus stop for collection instead if your hotel is in that area.

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There’s a 30-minute window for collection while we pick up other passengers from their locations.

At the end of your tour, you’ll be dropped off at the same place unless you choose to get off at another stop instead – that’s your choice! Drop off can also take up to 30 minutes.

Iceland’s weather is famously unpredictable, so you’ll need to prepare appropriately, whatever the time of year for your tour.

That means choosing the right clothes (light layers), shoes (sturdy and waterproof) and coats (windproof & waterproof). And not wearing jeans, just in case it rains!

We’ve prepared a detailed guide for you to read, full of tips and tricks to help you know what to wear, what to bring and what to leave behind! 

If you’re booking a multi-day tour of up to three days, the maximum “carry-on” bag size is 22 inches (56 x 45 x 25 cm or 22 x 18 x 10 inches)

If your multi-day tour is longer than three days, then your ticket includes “carry-on” (see above) and 24 inch “checked” baggage sized no bigger than 60 x 41 x 23 cm (24 x 16.4 x 9.2 inches)

For shorter tours, you can choose to add “checked” baggage for an additional fee during the booking process.

If you want to guarantee bringing a larger bag on a shorter tour, it is best to book in advance. Oversized luggages can not be taken on board but need to be stored prior the tour at either our office or at one of the public luggage lockers dotted across Reykjavík (CHECK LOCATIONS & PRICES).

If you wish to store your luggage at our office please contact us by email at nicetravel@nicetravel.is

At Nicetravel, we choose our overnight accommodations with care to make the best use of your time in Iceland, with reasonable drive times between stops.

You’ll enjoy a private room with en suite bathroom facilities and breakfast, WiFi, towels and, in most cases, a kettle for a morning brew.

Outside the capital, most Icelandic hotels are comfortable and unfussy, with friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable staff.

Enjoy the scenery while relaxing at the end of each day!

Hotel rooms are sold based on two adults sharing, so single-room occupancy is more expensive as a result.

If you are a solo traveler, we will not assign you a room with a stranger, so the single supplement fee becomes applicable.

If you are two people traveling together and staying in the same room but paying separately, the single supplement fee is not applicable.

Simply add the name of your travel companion in the “special requirements” section when completing your booking.

For couples or groups traveling together, rooms will be assigned according to the number of people who have booked together.

Depending on availability at each location, you may request twin beds if that is your preference.

Larger groups will be accommodated in combinations of triple, double and twin rooms – three people in a triple room, four people in two doubles or twin rooms, five people in one triple and one double, and so on.

If a person in your group would prefer a single room, you must select “single supplement fee” for them when booking.

Solo travelers must pay a single supplement fee in all instances.

Breakfast is included at each overnight location, featuring bread and butter, preserves, boiled eggs, cooked meats, fruits, yoghurts, tea, and coffee.

All other meals are at your own expense.

As the tour continues around the country, you can grab lunch and dinner at each of the scheduled stops, and we’ll offer recommendations if you want them!

Yes. We monitor the weather and road conditions on the tour route to maximize your chance to see Iceland’s attractions at their best.

That means we may change the order or timing of the stops to take advantage of the weather (avoiding rain or snow showers where possible) and “golden hour” photo opportunities.

If we receive a weather alert from the Icelandic Meteorological Office or roads are closed by the local authorities, we must cancel tours for your safety.

Iceland’s weather is very changeable, meaning changes may occur quickly. If we have to cancel tours, we will send you an email notification immediately.

So please check your email inbox before heading out to the collection point, particularly if the weather looks bad in the city.

Sometimes the weather is worse outside the city, or vice versa!

On average, we will cover 200-300 kilometers each day, with four to five hours of driving.

We schedule our tours as evenly as possible, with driving distances between each stop varying from 45 minutes to a couple of hours.

You’ll have around 30 to 60 minutes to explore each location, with most attractions just a short walk from the parking lot.

As with everything in Iceland, the precise timings of the tour will depend on weather and road conditions on the day, as our priority is to keep you safe while exploring Iceland.

If you want to bring small children on our tours, we will provide booster seats to ensure their safety and comfort.

Important: bringing children younger than the minimum age stated for each trip is not permitted; please check carefully before submitting your booking.

Please contact us by email (nicetravel@nicetravel.is) at least 12 hours in advance, with the subject line “Booster seat + your booking reference number”.

After the final stop on the tour, we will return to the city. There is no specific time or drop off location – this can differ from the pick up spot. 

You’re free to ask the guide to drop you off in the city center, or back at your collection point, whichever is the most convenient for your evening plans.

You can expect to be dropped off within 30 minutes after the scheduled end of the tour.

All our scheduled group tours are guided in English. Though it is possible to book a private tour guided in other languages. We will try to accommodate your request the best we can!


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Guaranteed Departures

Book worry free! We require no minimum number of participants to run any of our tours!

When booking with Nicetravel you can rest assured your tour will not be cancelled by us unless rare force majeure events occur (i.e. violent storm, volcanic eruptions, strikes)

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Free Pick Up Service From Reykjavík

We offer pick up and drop off within the city of Reykjavik. We can pick-up directly from many hotels and guest houses in Reykjavik as well as from the Reykjavik cruise ship terminals.

Parts of Reykjavík City Center are closed for the commercial traffic. Please note, that your pick up might be from one of the dedicated meeting points

Lava Formations

Explore Iceland’s astonishing lava formations on our tours


On our tours of Iceland, you’ll see an ever-changing country packed with breathtaking geological marvels, including beautiful basalt columns, jagged pinnacles, and jet-black lava flows. Home to some of the fiercest volcanoes ever known, more than a third of the world’s recorded lava since the Middle Ages has poured across Iceland! On our Ring Road and South Coast tours, you’ll see how lava has shaped the country into what it is today, where more than 30 active volcano systems have created astonishing sights like Stuðlagil Canyon, the Eldhraun lava field, and the black sand beach at Reynisfjara.


See the “Arch with a Hole” summer home to Puffins


Offering some of the best views on the South Coast, Dyrhólaey (Door Hill Island) is a spectacular promontory rising more than a hundred meters high above the Atlantic. Close to the most southerly point in Iceland, fierce waves pound the shores below. You’ll enjoy phenomenal panoramic views of towering stone arches, gleaming glaciers, brooding volcanoes, and Iceland’s famous black sand beach, Reynisfjara. If you look closely, you’ll see the Reynisdrangar too!  In the summer, thousands of puffins and other seabirds flock here, so it’s an excellent spot for bird watching!

Blue Lagoon

Take a dip at Iceland’s famous Geothermal SPA


Experience a spa day like no other with a trip to Iceland’s iconic Blue Lagoon. This geothermal paradise guarantees relaxation and rejuvenation after a day of exploring. Some of our Golden Circle & Ring Road tours include an option to visit here, where you can lie back in the warming waters, admire the astonishing views of the jet-black lava fields, exfoliate, and enjoy a drink at the swim-up bar. Close to the airport and the city, the Blue Lagoon is the perfect place to sample the best of Iceland’s famous hot pots, where the mineral-rich healing waters will send you to heaven! 

Whale Watching

Enjoy an unforgettable whale watching tour in Iceland!


With more than twenty types of whales visiting Iceland every year, it’s one of the best places in the world to take a whale watching tour. When we visit Akureyri in North Iceland on our Ring Road tours, get ready to spot humpbacks, minke whales, orcas, dolphins, and porpoises. If you’re lucky, you might see a Blue whale, the most enormous creature ever known! Whales and other cetaceans come to Iceland to feed in the nutrient-rich waters, and some stay all year round now. Imagine the joy of seeing whales and dolphins in the wild – you can do that when you visit Iceland!


Explore the land of ten thousand waterfalls on our tours!


Iceland is covered by glaciers and snow-capped mountains, so that means there’s a lot of crystal-clear meltwater tumbling over cliffs and rushing to the sea. Some say there are over 10,000 waterfalls in Iceland, and you’ll see some of the most famous falls on our Golden Circle, South Coast, and Ring Road tours. There are hidden waterfalls, multi-tiered falls, widescreen cascades where rainbows dance on sunny days, and even waterfalls where you can walk behind the waters! We’ll show you some of the best fosses in Iceland – and they’re all easy to reach too!

Volcanic Craters

See Iceland’s spectacular volcanic craters on our tours!


Iceland is less than 20 million years old, created by underwater volcanoes rising up along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge with a pipeline of molten magma straight from the Earth’s burning core. Dozens of volcanoes dot the country, and many are still active, which means you can explore fascinating volcanic formations at different geological stages! On our Golden Circle tours, you’ll see the multicolored crater at Kerið. Grábrok Craters are included in itineraries for our Westfjords Tours. There are countless more craters to be seen on our Ring Road and Silver Circle tours!

Seal Watching

Go seal spotting while you’re on tour in Iceland!


Iceland is a haven for several seal species, with little colonies of these captivating creatures dotted around the country. On our South Coast & Glacier Lagoon and Ring Road tours, you’ll have a chance to spot them at Jökulsárlón, where seals are often seen basking on the floating icebergs. Iceland’s coastline features golden sandy beaches where Harbor and Gray seals make their home, including Ytri-Tunga, a stop on our Snaefellsnes tour in West Iceland.

Notably the highest chances to see them is when taking one of Westfjords Tours. It’s your best chance to see these gorgeous creatures in their natural habitat!

River Rafting

Take a ride on a thrilling river rafting tour experience!


Iceland’s fast-flowing glacial rivers offer you a fantastic adventure experience when you join one of our adrenaline-pumping river rafting tours. Jump on sturdy rafts not far from Gullfoss waterfall on the Golden Circle, and paddle through the twisting turns of the Brúarhlöð volcanic rock canyon on the White River! Soak up the stunning scenery as you float downstream, safe in the hands of expert guides, with all the equipment you’ll need provided. It’s one of the most exciting adventure activities you can take in Iceland!

Northern Lights

Want to see the Northern Lights? Then book an Multi-Day Tour during winter time!


Seeing a display of the magical Northern Lights is an unforgettable experience, and Iceland is one of the most beautiful places in the world to witness this colorful cosmic spectacle. Clear, dark skies are needed to see the Northern Lights at their best, far away from streetlights. So when you book a winter multi-day tour, you’ll have the best chance to see the Northern Lights when you stay overnight in the remote Icelandic countryside. The darker the nights get, the brighter the lights can be seen. Choose one of our winter tours for an experience you’ll never forget!

Lava Caving

Explore Iceland’s unique underground lava cave on our tours

Iceland is a hotbed of volcanic activity formed by superheated lava and molten rock from countless eruptions over millions of years. When the lava stops flowing, the top crust cools more quickly, leaving hollow caves and tunnels behind. You can explore these incredible underground spaces when our Silver Circle tours visit The Cave at Víðgelmir in West Iceland. Enjoy a 90-minute expedition on well-lit walkways with expert guides and learn about stalagmites and stalactites in colorful caverns. Viking outlaws used these places as hideouts – now you can explore here too!

Golden Circle

See Iceland’s most famous sights


Tour the Golden Circle to see the glittering jewels in Iceland’s crown. In one convenient day trip from the capital, you’ll see the magnificent Gullfoss waterfall, the geothermal wonders of Geysir, and the spectacular rift valley at Þingvellir National Park. The Golden Circle offers you the best of Iceland’s natural beauty and history, where you can walk in Viking footsteps between two continents! Stand back as a geyser erupts at Haukadalur Geothermal Area every few minutes and admire the view at Gullfoss, a tremendous two-tiered waterfall fed by glacial meltwater.

Ice Caving

Explore Iceland’s unique ice caves on our exciting tours!


More than a tenth of Iceland is covered by glaciers, making it the perfect place to get a close look at these astonishing frozen wonders. On our South Coast tours, you can opt for an unforgettable Ice Cave experience at Vatnajökull. Iceland’s glaciers are constantly changing, so your ice cave trip will be unique – nobody else will see the same sight again! Strap on some crampons and discover fascinating ice formations, including stalagmites, stalactites, and spectacular blue ice caves, safe in the hands of our experienced glacier guides. Tours operate between late October to April. 

Hot Spring Bathing

Take a dip in Iceland’s famous geothermal spas on our tours


Enjoying a dip in a geothermal hot spring spa or pool is a daily ritual for Icelanders, like going to a coffee shop or a bar. There are dozens of natural hot spring spas, swimming pools, and outdoor hot pots all over the country, waiting for you to jump in and relax! Our Golden Circle tours include options to visit the Blue Lagoon or Sky Lagoon near Reykjavík, while our Silver Circle tours include an authentic stone-walled hot pot in a remote canyon! Our Ring Road tours also feature several geothermal swimming pools around the country, where the locals love to relax too.


Take our tours of Iceland to admire its gorgeous glaciers


Close to the Arctic Circle and just 300 miles wide, Iceland is the perfect place to explore glaciers and ice caps. These frozen blue wonders can be seen easily as you explore Iceland on our Ring Road tours. That’s because outlet glaciers and glacier tongues reach down from  Sólheimajökull on the South Coast and from Vatnajökull in the East right down to the coast, making it easy to get up close to these majestic sights. Centuries of snow and ice have created these incredible glaciers, but they are retreating now due to climate change. Don’t miss your chance to see these marvels while you can!

Glacier Hike

Experience an adventure like no other on a Glacier Hike tour


Did you know that a tenth of Iceland is covered in glaciers and that 269 of them have been named? Iceland is the ideal place to come if you want to explore these natural wonders at close quarters. That’s because our South Coast tours visit Sólheimajökull in South Iceland, where you can strap on crampons and take an unforgettable stroll across this ever-changing environment. Gaze at incredible ice formations, crossing crevasses, and exploring ice caves, all in the hands of knowledgeable expert guides. Note: Our Glacier Hike tours operate between April and October.


Did you ever wonder where the word “geyser” comes from?

Iceland is a country filled with incredible water features, including hot springs, waterfalls, and glacial rivers. But did you know that the word “geyser” comes from here? On our Golden Circle tours, you’ll see the “OG” of geysers everywhere at the Haukadalur Geothermal area. While Geysir has fallen silent recently, nearby Strokkur erupts in steam explosions and spray every few minutes, sending superheated water flying high into the sky. Geysir means “gush” in Icelandic, and that’s where the name comes from! If you book a package with stay in Hveragerði you can also admire smaller cousin of Strokkur that erupts every 15-20 minutes.

Geothermal Areas

Discover Iceland’s active geothermal areas on our tours


Iceland’s fiery volcanic origins mean it’s a hothouse of geothermal activity with several colorful geothermal areas you can explore on our tours. The Blue Lagoon is the most famous, close to the airport, and you can visit the Haukadalur Geothermal Area on our Golden Circle tours. On our Silver Circle tours, you can see the most powerful hot spring in Europe at Deildartunguhver. And if you choose one of our Ring Road tours, you’ll see the almost alien landscapes at Hverir, where fumaroles fizz and hot pools bubble and boil! Feel the ground tremble and smell the sulfur!


Admire Iceland’s astonishing geological gems on our tours

Iceland is a “country in the making” formed by volcanoes and earthquakes and sculpted by gigantic glaciers.

That offers you a variety of breathtaking and unique landscapes, such as Stuðlagil and Fjaðrárgljúfur, two of the most stunning places in Iceland! At Stuðlagil, you’ll see twisting basalt columns line a gorgeous glacial river canyon, a magnificent location that has only recently been discovered. Fjaðrárgljúfur (Feather River Canyon) is a surreal sight – a marvelous sheer-walled river canyon covered in blankets of velvet-green moss. But there are more stunning canyons in Iceland, like Vatnsjfjörður, Kólugljúfur or Þingvellir just to name a few.

Boat Tours

Get up close to the Glacier Lagoon icebergs on a boat tour or go river rafting!

Our tours will take you straight to the most spectacular sights in Iceland, but there are ways of getting even closer if you want to! At the Glacier Lagoon (Jökulsárlón), you can jump into an amphibious vehicle for an unforgettable tour around the lagoon, sailing amongst the glittering giants.

Imagine the thrill of seeing these gigantic chunks of multi-coloured ice from just a few feet away! Where else will you get a chance to cruise between towering icebergs as they sway around the spectacular lagoon? Don’t miss this magical experience! Note: Boat tours are available from May to October.

Bird Watching

Enjoy Iceland’s famous bird-watching spots on our tours

Everyone wants to see Iceland’s famous puffins when they visit in the summer months (late May until mid-August). Iceland is also home to countless more species of birds, some of which stay all year round.

On our South Coast and Ring Road tours, you’ll also have a chance to see Arctic terns, kittiwakes, guillemots, and razorbills. Lake Mývatn in North Iceland attracts thousands of ducks each summer, making it a bird watcher’s paradise! Look out for the Barrow’s Goldeneye, Harlequin ducks, gyrfalcons, gannets, and ptarmigans! Our Westfjords and Snæfellsnes tours also include visits to bird-filled cliffs along the route.


Visit the “original” Geyser on our Golden Circle tours


Iceland’s fierce volcanic activity fuels gushing geysers all around the country, and the most famous hot spring is Geysir, one of the highlights of our Golden Circle tours. Geysir was the first erupting hot spring discovered by Europeans, and its name is the Icelandic word for “gush”, giving its name to all hot springs worldwide. Geysir is quiet these days, but Strokkur sends hot water and vapor high into the sky every few minutes! You won’t have to wait long to see it blow sky-high. So get your camera ready – this will be one of the best photo opportunities you’ll have in Iceland! 

Gullfoss Waterfall

Discover the glorious Gullfoss on our Golden Circle tours


One of the highlights of the famous Golden Circle route, Gullfoss is a thundering two-tier waterfall fueled by Langjökull, the “Long Glacier”, which you’ll see far inland if it’s a clear day. Tumbling more than thirty meters into a dramatic rock canyon, Gullfoss is one of the most thrilling waterfalls in the country, and you can see the falls from several viewing platforms. Watch out for rainbows on sunny days, and wear waterproofs – millions of gallons of water crashing over the cascade creates lots of spray!

Traditional Architecture

See the famous turf-roofed buildings!


Traditional Icelandic architecture is characterized by its simplicity, functionality, and integration with the natural environment. During our tours you will be able to see couple of its examples. 

Eiriksstadir is a reconstructed Viking-era longhouse in Iceland, which provides a glimpse into the architectural style of the early settlers. Hlíðartúnshúsin (located in Borgarnes) is a collection of several turf houses that were first built more than a hundred years ago. You’ll see a sheep barn, a cowshed, and even a hut used to store potatoes!

Iceland is also famous for turf-roofed churches, such as the iconic Viðimýrarkirkja and Hofskirkja, showcasing the continuation of this architectural tradition into religious buildings.


Enjoy an evening and overnight stay in the capital of the North


Akureyri is the unofficial “second city” of Iceland, located in the far north about six hours from Reykjavik, nestling at the end of the longest fjord in the country.

Once a little 17th-century fishing village and trading station, Akureyri is now a bustling town. You’ll find funky cafés, restaurants, art galleries, design stores and a botanical garden to explore.

Even though it’s very close to the Arctic Circle, the 20,000 people who call Akureyri their home enjoy some of the country’s warmest and most stable weather.

As you walk the streets of Akureyri, make sure you take a look at the traffic lights. All the red lights are heart-shaped!

Sólheimajökull Glacier & Lagoon

See the slowly disappearing glacier and a glacial lake forming in front!


Sólheimajökull is a magnificent glacier located on the South Coast of Iceland. It is an outlet glacier that descends from the larger Mýrdalsjökull ice cap. Sólheimajökull is famous for its breathtaking ice formations, including deep crevasses, ice caves, and dramatic ice ridges. 

The glacial environment of Sólheimajökull provides a unique opportunity to witness the effects of climate change, as the glacier has been receding in recent years. This caused new Glacial Lagoon to appear on the map of Iceland, where huge chunks of ice slowly float on its surface.

Húsafell Canyon Baths

Bathe like Icelanders did in the old days!


This place offers a unique and natural relaxation experience, nestled within a stunning canyon surrounded by lush greenery. This is a spellbinding place that has to be seen to be believed, with three geothermally-heated pools of varying temperatures (30-41°C or 86-105°F), a cold-water pot and a cooling waterfall, all designed to blend seamlessly into the natural environment. 

These are traditional and authentic Icelandic bathing pools, inspired by the age-old ways used by the locals in this area for a thousand years. Sustainably built in the traditional stone-bath style in an off-grid location, it’s a unique combination.

Rauðisandur Red Beach

Find yourself on the Westernmost Beach in Europe!


Rauðisandur is a stunning golden sandy beach located in the Westfjords region of Iceland. Its name translates to “Red Sand,” but the beach is actually a unique blend of golden, beige, and reddish hues. The vast expanse of Rauðisandur stretches for nearly 10 kilometers and is backed by stunning cliffs and mountains. The beach is known for its tranquil beauty and peaceful atmosphere, making it a perfect spot for solitude and relaxation.

The remote location and untouched beauty of Rauðisandur make it a hidden gem that captivates those who venture to this off-the-beaten-path destination.

Bolafjall Sky Walk

Take a walk on top of one of the most beautiful summits in Iceland!


Bolafjall is a prominent mountain located in the Westfjords region of Iceland. Rising up to an elevation of 638 meters, it offers stunning panoramic views of the surrounding fjords and coastal landscape. 

In the recent year, on the summit of Bolafjall impressing viewing platform with sky walk was constructed, just right next to old American radar station. It allows you to witness the beauty of the rugged terrain and the vast ocean beyond. The road leading to the top is very steep and narrow, but no worries! You will be taken there by our experienced drivers. 


See the most powerful waterfall in the whole of Europe!


Dettifoss is a mighty and powerful waterfall located in Northeast Iceland. It is known for being the most powerful waterfall in Europe, with a massive volume of water cascading over its rocky edge.

The sheer force and thundering sound of Dettifoss are awe-inspiring, creating a mesmerizing spectacle for visitors. The waterfall is situated in the Vatnajökull National Park, surrounded by rugged landscapes and dramatic cliffs. Accessible via a well-maintained trail, Dettifoss offers breathtaking viewpoints from which to admire its grandeur.


Discover the hidden gem of the South Coast with us!


Gljúfrabúi is a hidden gem located in Iceland, near the popular tourist attraction, Seljalandsfoss waterfall.

It is often referred to as the “Secret Waterfall” or “Cave Watefall” due to its concealed location and the fact, that is very often missed by many! To reach Gljúfrabúi, you´ll need to walk through a narrow opening in the rock and wade through ankle-deep water in a small canyon. Inside, you will be greeted by a magnificent waterfall cascading down from a steep cliff. Remember to wear solid shoes and take your raincoat with!

Diamond Beach