ICELAND LUXE SUMMER
- Experience the Blue Lagoon, Iceland’s most iconic geothermal spa.
- Walk between cliffs in the valley created by tectonic plates drifting apart in the Golden Circle.
- Snap a picture of Iceland’s Puffins on the Dyrhólaey Rock Formation.
- Visit hot springs tucked inside a lava cave in the Myvatn region.
- Venture off Iceland’s north coast on a whale-watching tour.
- Walk on black-sand beaches, into amazing caves, and past powerful waterfalls on Iceland’s south coast.
Interactive Map/Virtual Tour
Included in this Luxe Vacation in Iceland
Prices are in USD, per person, for a private program based on the number of travelers in your party
|# of Travelers in your Party||LUXE Tour (USD per person)|
|2 people||from $9,416|
|3 people||from $7,632|
|4 to 6 people||from $6,685|
|7+ people||from $5,575|
Arrival in Iceland
You have arrived in Iceland, “Land of Fire and Ice.” Now, enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure in Reykjavik.
Tour of Reykjavik & Sky Lagoon
Discover the city’s main landmarks and attractions on a guided walking tour of Reykjavik. Then, spend a few hours soaking in the geothermal pools of the Sky Lagoon, Iceland’s brand-new spa, located in the Reykjavik region.
Hallgrímskirkja Church, Harpa Concert Hall, Sun Voyager Sculpture, Laugavegur Street, Sky Lagoon
Helicopter Tour & Blue Lagoon
Enjoy Iceland’s majestic landscape from a highly privileged viewpoint, aboard a helicopter tour! Then, dip in the healing waters of the iconic Blue Lagoon.
Helicopter tour of Iceland, Blue Lagoon
Iceland’s Famous Golden Circle
Make your way south and experience a guided tour of the Golden Circle famous attractions, all in comfort and style.
Thingvellir National Park, Geysir Hot Spring Area, Gullfoss Waterfall
Sensational South Coast
Discover, on a day trip, what the south coast of Iceland has to offer, from breathtaking waterfalls to black-sand beaches, caves, and fishing villages.
Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, Dyrholaey rock formation, Reynisfjara black sand beach
Akureyri, Capital Of The North
A quick, 45-minute flight will take you to Akureyi, Iceland’s “Capital of the North”. There you will explore this colorful town, witness humpback whales and experience the incredible geology found in the north.
Whale watching tour from Akureyri, Akureyri city center
Mystic Myvatn Region
A full-day adventure around Lake Myvatn awaits you. The region is an expression of volcanic activity with boiling mud pools, fumaroles and hot springs. Gorgeous waterfalls and another geothermal spa add to the day.
Hverir mud pools, Goðafoss and Dettifoss waterfalls, Dimmuborgir lava fields, Myvatn nature baths
Your private tour of Iceland ends today, after your private ride to Keflavik Airport, in complete comfort.
After landing at Keflavík Airport, you will travel to your hotel in Reykjavík. Located in the heart of Iceland’s capital city, Hotel Borg offers the best in both style and comfort. Following check-in, you have the rest of the day to relax and start absorbing what the Icelandic capital has to offer, at your own pace.
Day 2 is dedicated to Iceland’s famous Golden Circle, which is made up of three must-see sights: Gullfoss waterfall, Geysir geothermal area and Thingvellir National Park. You will visit all three on your private tour and also enjoy a few surprise spots along the way.
After breakfast, on Day 3, join a walking tour of Iceland’s capital. Notable sights include the famous Hallgrímskirkja Church, Harpa Concert Hall and the unique Sun Voyager sculpture. Following your tour, we will take you to one of Iceland’s newest geothermal spas, the Sky Lagoon. Relax in the warm waters of the geothermal lagoon as you gaze upon incredible views of the North Atlantic.
The following morning you will embark on a very exclusive tour of some of Iceland’s most beautiful areas: the south coast. There you will find gorgeous waterfalls, black-sand beaches, amazing geological formations and many other spectacles of nature. You will also visit Vik, a small fishing village in the very south of the country.
Dubbed the “Capital of the North,” Akureyri is Iceland’s 4th largest city. Despite being only 60 miles from the Arctic Circle, its temperature is relatively mild, owing to the surrounding mountains which protect it from the country’s blowing winds. It even features a beautiful botanical garden! We take you to Akureyri on Day 5, where you will visit small artisan workshops and witness whales swimming not too far from the coast, on a whale watching tour. Day 6 brings you a full-day adventure: a guided tour of the Lake Myvatn region, always full of surprises with its incredibly unique geological formations and Nature’s creative expressions of the volcanic activity that happens underground. There you will find Skútustaðagígar, formed by gas explosions as boiling lava flowed over the wetlands, and the boiling Hverir Mud Pools. But more gentle phenomena exist as well, such as the lovely Grjótagjá Rift, a lava cave with hot springs tucked away inside, or the Dimmuborgir Lava Fields – nature’s own sculpture garden – and the beautiful Dettifoss Waterfall. When you tour the area, you won’t want to miss a soak in the Mývatn Nature Baths, offering thermal relaxation with amazing views.
A 45-minute flight will bring you back to Reykjavik. Upon landing at the domestic airport, near the city center, you will be driven to the iconic Blue Lagoon, Iceland’s most famous geothermal spa. There you will have plenty of time to enjoy its healing waters and experience the attraction with all it has to offer. The next morning, after a restful night in Reykjavik and a delicious breakfast, we conclude your private tour of Iceland. When it is time to head to the airport, a driver will be there and ensure that you reach the airport in absolute comfort, safety and with plenty of time.
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Our group tours allow travelers to explore Scandinavian destinations in the company of a very experienced Tour Director and a small group of fellow travelers. Group sizes are limited to 12 travelers and a limited number of departure dates are offered for each tour throughout the year. The Tour Director accompanies the group from beginning to end of the tour and often a private driver and vehicle (luxury mini coach) are also employed for maximum comfort. Additionally, we count on the expertise of several local guides at each of the destinations visited, further enhancing the experience. Our group tours typically include most dinners, in order to better showcase local cuisines, and allow for the exploration of more remote destinations.
This option is ideal for travelers who enjoy traveling in the most worry-free manner possible while discovering destinations in the company of others, making new friends along the way.
Our private tours allow travelers to explore Scandinavian destinations with programs offering a great balance between pre-arranged activities and free time to explore. When implementing one of our private programs for you, we handle all the logistics involved, including: hotels, airport transfers, transportation from city to city and all guided activities and excursions. You will not be with a Tour Director throughout the program, but you will enjoy a number of sightseeing experiences led by experienced local guides. We can work with your desired dates, provided that availability exists at the many services involved in your program.
This option is ideal for travelers who enjoy traveling independently and with a higher degree of flexibility to explore each location on their own.
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