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$1999 / Per Person

10 Day Iceland Road Trip

from $4,499

Iceland
Day 1 :
  • Upon arrival, you’ll get your rental car and drive to your hotel in Reykjavik. Spend the day exploring the city and in the evening enjoy a great Icelandic dinner at one of their more renowned restaurants.
Day 2 :
  • Wake up and have breakfast, buy road trip snacks and let the journey begin! You’ll start your trip doing the Golden Circle where you will Snorkel a glacier and visit Thingvellir National Park, Geysir, and the Gullfoss waterfall. Check into your hotel and warm-up for the evening.
Day 3 :
  • Head out after breakfast to see the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls. Meet your guide for a private tour of the ice caves. Stay in Hofn for the night.
Day 4 :
  • Today we arranged for you to snowmobile some of Iceland's glaciers. You’ll get to see some fantastic views on this tour. Continue your journey and visit the black sand beaches as you make your way east.
Day 5 :
  • Today you’ll visit the East Fjords, see the Dettifoss waterfalls and then make your way to Myvatn to see their geysers and hot springs. Check into your hotel and eat at their amazing restaurant. Definitely have the seafood if you’re not vegetarian!
Day 6 :
  • Now heading to the west coast you’ll explore the entire Snaefellsnes Peninsula where you’ll see some of the more remote parts of Iceland and visit the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall. After you check into the hotel, eat dinner, and then head outside where if you’re lucky you’ll get a great view of the northern lights. This is where we saw the best.
Day 7 :
  • Continue to explore the Peninsula and visit the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall. With plenty of campgrounds in the area, it will be easy to find a place. Watch out for those Northern lights again! Drive to Reykjavik and spend another night in the city.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in and when you’re ready drive to The Retreat at the Blue Lagoon. You’ll spend the rest of the day in probably one of the best spas in the world. With private access to the Blue Lagoon, you won’t have to worry about lines. Indulge in a floating massage in a private area of the lagoon exclusive to only guests staying at the hotel. Eat at their Michelin star restaurant and go to sleep overlooking their private lagoons.
Day 9 :
  • Take another day of relaxation and enjoy the Spa and Blue Lagoon. Pamper yourself with the endless amenities!
Day 10 :
  • After breakfast, you can take their daily yoga class followed by a last dip in the lagoon before a driver takes you to the airport to catch your flight back to your destination.
Day 1 :
  • Upon arrival, you’ll get your rental car and drive to your hotel in Reykjavik. Spend the day exploring the city and in the evening enjoy a great Icelandic dinner at one of their more renowned restaurants.
Day 2 :
  • Wake up and have breakfast, buy road trip snacks and let the journey begin! You’ll start your trip doing the Golden Circle where you will Snorkel a glacier and visit Thingvellir National Park, Geysir, and the Gullfoss waterfall. Check into your hotel and warm-up for the evening.
Day 3 :
  • Head out after breakfast to see the Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls. Meet your guide for a private tour of the ice caves. Stay in Hofn for the night.
Day 4 :
  • Today we arranged for you to snowmobile some of Iceland's glaciers. You’ll get to see some fantastic views on this tour. Continue your journey and visit the black sand beaches as you make your way east.
Day 5 :
  • Today you’ll visit the East Fjords, see the Dettifoss waterfalls and then make your way to Myvatn to see their geysers and hot springs. Check into your hotel and eat at their amazing restaurant. Definitely have the seafood if you’re not vegetarian!
Day 6 :
  • Now heading to the west coast you’ll explore the entire Snaefellsnes Peninsula where you’ll see some of the more remote parts of Iceland and visit the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall. After you check into the hotel, eat dinner, and then head outside where if you’re lucky you’ll get a great view of the northern lights. This is where we saw the best.
Day 7 :
  • Continue to explore the Peninsula and visit the Kirkjufellsfoss waterfall. With plenty of campgrounds in the area, it will be easy to find a place. Watch out for those Northern lights again! Drive to Reykjavik and spend another night in the city.
Day 8 :
  • Sleep in and when you’re ready drive to The Retreat at the Blue Lagoon. You’ll spend the rest of the day in probably one of the best spas in the world. With private access to the Blue Lagoon, you won’t have to worry about lines. Indulge in a floating massage in a private area of the lagoon exclusive to only guests staying at the hotel. Eat at their Michelin star restaurant and go to sleep overlooking their private lagoons.
Day 9 :
  • Take another day of relaxation and enjoy the Spa and Blue Lagoon. Pamper yourself with the endless amenities!
Day 10 :
  • After breakfast, you can take their daily yoga class followed by a last dip in the lagoon before a driver takes you to the airport to catch your flight back to your destination.
Q; Do I have to stick with the itinerary?
A: No, this is just a suggested itinerary. You are free to take any route you like.
Q: When is the best time to see the northern lights?
A: The northern lights are most active in colder weather so it's more likely you'll see them in the winter, spring and fall.
Q: What kind of clothing should we bring?
A: Depending on the season but we recommend warm cloths and layers as opposed to heavy clothing. You may be doing a lot of walking and hiking in nature and you can get warm quickly so it would be better to be able to shed layers. Hats and gloves are recommended along with good sunglasses and sunscreen. The snow can make the sun rays powerful. Also bring good hiking boots and an extra pair of shoes. A small backpack for hiking is suggested.
Q: I heard Iceland is expensive. Is this true?
A: certain elements of the trip can be expensive as many things are imported. Hotels and accommodations tend to be reasonable but food and gas can get pricey.
Q: Do we need a reservation for the Blue Lagoon?
A: We recommend getting one well in advance.
Q: What is the best time of year to go?
A: It's a year round destination and always amazing but we would avoid the middle of winter(November through February)