Experience a range of some of the most photographed, captivating landscapes on the planet.
From active volcanoes to huge glaciers, explore the incredible natural phenomena of Iceland.
Witness the power of nature, with towering waterfalls punctuating the route.
Take on a fifteen-day adventure, making a circuit of the fascinating landscapes of Iceland. Heading far from the beaten track, uncover hidden delights, under the leadership of experienced and knowledgeable guides to help extract the most from this adventure. From active volcanos and bubbling mud pools to crashing waterfalls and imposing sea cliffs, it's an immersive adventure to get under the skin of this incredible country.
Make a full circuit of the island of Iceland, leaving no stone unturned.
Immerse yourself into a world of geothermal activity, with active volcanoes and explosive geysers.
Hike to the foot of the largest glacier in Europe.
Arrive in Iceland to be met by the guides. Take a transfer to Reykjavik with the rest of the day free to explore the city.
Start with a trip to Thingvellir, the valley of the parliament, before continuing onwards to the huge Gullfoss waterfall and Strokkur geyser. Afternoon boat journey to Heimaey island in the Vestmann archipelago.
Climb to the volcanic cone of Eldfell during a full day of hiking and exploring.
Return boat journey to the mainland. Visit the waterfalls at Seljalandfoss and Skogafoss en route to Vik, the famous black sand beaches. Continue to Skaftafell to reach the accommodation for the night.
A full day hiking within the boundaries of the National Park. Wake up to views of the largest glacier in Europe, before trekking along sublime trails with views over ribbons of glacial rivers stretching out to sea. Afternoon option to take a short, crampon-assisted hike on the glacier itself. Short drive to Jökulsárlón lagoon in the evening.
Leaving Jökulsárlón and the south coast for the eastern fjords. Stops in Djúpivogur and Fàskrùðsfjörður en route to Egilsstadir.
Hike alongside lava fields before arriving at Dettifoss, one of the most powerful waterfalls in Europe. Continue to Husavik, where it is possible to indulge in a spot of whale watching on the nearby coast.
A full day of hiking around Lake Myvatn and the surrounding geothermal landscapes. Fumaroles and pools of bubbling mud punctuate this otherworldly area.
Leaving Husavik, visit Goðafoss, the waterfall of the gods. Continue to the Hvammstangi region, famous for horses.
Explore the Vatnsnes peninsula and dramatic rock formations that line the coast, before heading to the fjords of the north west.
Take a drive to the westernmost point of Europe, and largest cliff in Iceland - Latrabjarg. Wonderful wildlife watching opportunities in this area, rich in seabirds.
Take a ferry to the small island of Flatay, exploring the Snarfellsness peninsula, home to the Snaefellsjökull stratovolcano. There is potential to also visit Kirkjufell mountain which sits looming over a picturesque waterfall.
Hike from the village of Hellnar to Arnarstapi, along basalt cliff paths. Pass the Gatklettur lava arch and explore the old fishing village of Bùðir before taking the road back to Reykjavik
The morning is free to relax or take on additional tours from Reykjavik. Visit the Reykjanes peninsula and Fagradalsfjall volcano in the afternoon. Enjoy a final meal as a group next to the flowing lava.
After breakfast, take a transfer to the airport to continue the journey home.
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