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Iceland Tours and Vacation Packages

Whale watching near Húsavík, North Iceland
A sailboat in the Westfjords region, Iceland
Puffins in the Westman Islands, South Iceland
Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik
Kirkjufell Mountain on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula in winter
Kálfafell Road near Vatnajökull National Park
Svartifoss Waterfall, South Iceland
Álftavatn Lake and volcanic region
Icebergs from Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon empty into the sea
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Iceland: the Land of Fire and Ice, Puffins, and the Northern Lights

Contrary to its name, Iceland is markedly green in many areas, and as diverse as countries come. Entirely outside the Arctic Circle with the exception of offshore Grímsey, the island nation is full of amazing surprises—including diverse wildlife, hot springs and geysers, volcanoes, Europe’s largest glacier, black sand beaches, and Western Europe’s largest national park! Reykjavik, the northernmost capital city in the world, is nestled next to Faxaflói Bay and about a 40-minute drive from the world-famous Blue Lagoon.

Seasonal Tours in Iceland

Those who travel to Iceland are often surprised to discover that the sun sets well after midnight in Reykjavik. The mild weather is a haven for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts of all types: everything from biking, whale watching, and hiking Iceland’s glaciers to boat tours on the breathtaking Jökulsárlón Glacial Lagoon. In the heart of winter, glittering snow and ice cover beautiful locations like Skógafoss Waterfall and the bay near Reykjavik. Reykjavik itself receives between 4 – 5 hours’ daylight, ensuring spectacular views of the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). It’s an incredible time to explore Iceland and discover why tours such as the Land of the Northern Lights and Northern Lights Exploration are so unforgettable!

Independent and Escorted Tours to Iceland