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Iceland Complete Classic Package ( 12DAYS/11NIGHTS)

Explore the best of Iceland and spend some amazing time on this 14-day classic Iceland trip. A Journey covering all the must-see attractions along the famous Ring Road such as Lake Mývatn, the Golden Circle, the glacier lagoon, Snæfellsnes Peninsula, and even West Fjords.

Witness spectacular landscapes, mountains, rugged terrain, glaciers,volcanoes, and stunning waterfalls. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or an adventure lover, Iceland has something for everyone. All you need to do is enjoy and relax, taking in all the beauty of these breathtaking wonders. Stop worrying about planning; just leave it to us and book your dream trip now.

Tour Highlights:

• Explore the famous Golden Circle Route.

• Witness stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss waterfalls.

• Explore the wonders of Vatnajökull National Park.

• Icebergs floating in Jokulsaron Glacier Lagoon

• Unique Petra Stone Collection Stöðvarfjörður village

• Witness waterfalls of god: Goðafoss

• Old charm vibes of West Fjord fishing villages

• Dynjandi waterfall is another jewel of the West Fjord.

• Soak in the mineral-rich water of Blue Lagoon.


Planned Itinerary:

Day 1: Welcome To Iceland

On arrival, you’ll be picked up by our driver from Keflavík International Airport, who will then escort you to your hotel in Reykjavik.

Freshen up and head out to explore the capital city, which beautifully blends modernity with its culture. Visit major landmarks like Hallgrímskirkja Church, take the elevator to the tower, and enjoy an unparalleled view of the city. If you’re an art enthusiast and history buff, do visit the National Gallery of Iceland, the Phallological Museum, and the Reykjavik Maritime Museum, which display Icelandic historical and cultural history through various art forms. Streets surrounded by cozy cafes and colorful buildings give major small towns a feel despite being the capital city.

Make sure you head to the water at sunset to witness The Sun Voyager. Take in the marvelous views of the sun reflecting in the stainless steel of this remarkable sculpture.

Day 2: The Golden Circle

Today you’ll be exploring the classic “Golden Circle” route, one of the most popular destinations in Iceland. The main attractions include:

• Thingvellir National Park

• Geysir geothermal area

• Gullfoss waterfall

Start this journey at Thingvellir National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site known for its geological wonders and historical significance. It is situated in a rift valley dividing the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. You can walk alongside these plates. Enjoy snorkeling and diving in the Silfra fissure, a place where you can dive between two continents. The water is pristine and clear, giving you the best insights into marine life and geological formations beneath the water.

Make the Geysir geothermal area your next stop. It is one of the most popular destinations among tourists. Home to the oldest geyser in the world—the great Geysir, currently inactive—its neighboring geyser Strokkur has stolen the show. Shooting boiling water in the air up to 30 meters every 8–10 minutes. Make sure to capture this spectacular phenomenon.

Then head to the enchanting Gullfoss waterfall, where you can witness water flowing down through a dramatic two-tiered cascade with serene landscapes surrounding canyon walls, which makes it a more captivating destination. Sit and relax, feeling the mist of water on your faces.

Activities to Do Here:

• snorkel in the crystal-clear fissure Silfra

• snowmobile tour on Langjökull glacier

• Book a horse ride.

Day 3: Exploring South Shore

Today, explore the South Iceland beaches, waterfalls, and glaciers. First on the list is Seljalandsfoss waterfall. The most intriguing feature of this waterfall is that you can walk right behind the cascade, creating a truly magical experience for visitors. Skogafoss is another majestic waterfall with water flowing over the edges, creating a powerful roar while falling and a mist that can be felt from a distance. Rainbows created by mist just add more beauty to this wonder.

Moving to another southern Iceland destination, Reynisfjara, near the village Vík í Mýrdal on the South Coast. Famous for its black sand beach that was created by cycles of centuries-old volcanic eruptions. This unique beach will surely leave you wonderstruck. By the way, don't get too close! Those waves can be dangerous.

Make the last stop at the magnificent canyon Fjaðrárgljúfur, which is situated in the small village of Kirkjubæjarklaustur and hollowed by the Fjaðrá River for thousands of years, creating such a beautiful scenic landscape. The dark volcanic rock contrasting with vibrant green grass and moss on the canyon's wall creates such picture-worthy landscapes.

Day 4: Glaciers And Icebergs

Get ready to explore Europe's largest glacier—Vatnajökull National Park. You'll be impressed by the diverse range of mountains, lush green valleys, glaciers, ice caps, active volcanoes, enchanting waterfalls, and various hiking trails all in one place. This park is so big, with embedded natural wonders at every corner!

Visit the most famous attraction here, Skaftafell, renowned for its diverse range of glacier valleys, icebergs, vegetation, and icebergs. Don’t miss the beautiful Svartifoss waterfall along the way.

Next, head to Sólheimajökull Glacier. If you love adventure, this place is for you. Here, you can opt for glacier climbing or hiking tours to explore dramatic ice cliffs and formations. Witness the magical wonderland of sculpted ice up close.

The next destination is Jökulsárlón, which means the glacial river lagoon. Witness one of the world’s most stunning glacial landscapes. Here you’ll find huge blocks of ice of varying colors floating on the lagoon and shining like diamonds against the black sand, leaving tourists in complete awe and mesmerized by this beauty. Make sure you click on some amazing photos of this picture-perfect scenery. sail among the floating icebergs on guided boat tours.

Day 5: East Iceland Adventures

Finally, you'll get to start your adventurous journey along the Eastfjords, exploring narrow fjords and passing through numerous fishing villages. The East Fjords area may be remote and require some effort to reach, but it's all worth it.

Visit Seyðisfjörður, a charming village famous for its rainbow street and blue church. Spend some time in a tranquil environment, taking in the beauty of the surrounding landscape. Stroll down the streets, exploring various museums, art galleries, and cozy cafes. Whether you’re an amateur fisher or an expert, do visit Djúpivogur and spend some time fishing with locals.

Then head to the Petra Stone Collection Museum in Stöðvarfjörður village to witness the spectacular collection of stones made by the residents of this village. The East Fjords offer a diverse range of activities like fishing, wildlife watching, and hiking. Enjoy your time here.

Day 6: Lake Myvatn Area

Today we will head to the Lake Myvatn area, renowned for geothermal landscapes, including the Skutustadagigar. Here, you can witness pseudo-craters formed by steam explosions and molten lava flowing over the wetlands, offering a photo-worthy opportunity with the beautiful Lake Myvatn stretched out before you.

Experience Namaskard hot springs; Dimmuborgir, also known as "The Dark Cities," is renowned for its unique lava formations; and don’t miss out on exploring the Krafla volcano.

Then head to Dettifoss, known to be Europe’s most powerful waterfall and very popular among tourists, as seen in the backdrop of the film Prometheus. The glacial waters come from Jökulsá á Fjöllum falling 44 m into this canyon. You can explore at your own pace and by customizing your day to perfectly meet your preferences.

Day 7: Exploring Akureyri

While heading to Akureyri, make a stop at Goðafoss, meaning Waterfall of the Gods. As its name suggests, it's a stunning waterfall with a cascade divided into two horseshoe-shaped falls, making it unique among others.

Get all set to explore the second-largest city in Iceland, Akureyri, which is also referred to as the capital of the north. This town is situated in the stunning landscapes of northern Iceland and is a famous destination for tourists to visit. There are a lot of captivating destinations to explore, like Akureyri Church, which is a famous landmark and was designed by the same artist who designed Hallgrímskirkja in Reykjavík. Situated on a hilltop, you can take in the unparalleled views of this town.

Next, head to the botanical gardens to witness the diverse plant collection set up in between small ponds and scenic viewpoints, providing a tranquil environment to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can also take part in gardening workshops and festivals.

Akureyri Art Museum is the perfect place for art enthusiasts and history buffs. Admire the creations of traditional and international artists and get deep into Icelandic culture and heritage through these art forms.

Day 8: Exploring West Fjord

It's time to explore the West Fjords. The first destination is the unofficial Capital of the West Fjords” (Safjörður), rich in Icelandic cultural and maritime history. Old, preserved wooden buildings maintain the old charm town vibe. Visitthe Westfjordsjords Heritage Museum to get insiintots into Icelands past. Don'toution trying out traditional Icelandic delicacies like fresh fish, lamb, and skyr.

Next on the list is a small fishing village named Bolungarvík, famous for Bolafjall, a mountain offering spectacular views of this village and the perfect setting for camping and hiking.

Day 9: Dynjandi Waterfall

The day will begin with a visit to witness the Dynjandi waterfall, often referred to as the Jewel of the Westfjords, which is one of the most majestic and biggest waterfalls in Iceland.

Famous for Its sheer size, approximately 100 meters tall, it resembles a bridal day veil. Witness water falling from a series of cascades creating a stunning display of natural power head to Rauðasandur Beach, which translates as a red sand beach. The most distinguished feature of this beach is the reddish hue of its sand, which offers picturesque views. Due to its remote location, it's less crowded, and you can spend your time in solitude, offering isolation from the hustle and bustle of cities.

Day 10: Borgarfjörður

The Borgarfjörður region has gained international prominence due to its beautiful volcanic and wooded landscape, as well as its Viking heritage. Hear the thunderous rush of Deildartunguhver, the largest hot spring region in Europe.

Take a moment to appreciate the breathtaking Hraunfossar waterfalls, where azure water cascades through dark lava formations. Another waterfall nearby is called Barnafoss, and its hues are even more vividly blue. This waterfall is connected to an intriguing and moving legend.

Day 11: Snæfellsjökull National Park And Snæfellsjökull Glacier

Explore west Iceland, starting by visiting Snæfellsjökull National Park. oldest national park in Iceland, named after Snæfellsjökull, the most famous attraction in this area. It has every element of Iceland incorporated into it.

You'll find glaciers, mountains, lava fields, and unique rock formations; therefore, it is often referred to as “Iceland miniature.ure.

Now head to the stratovolcano and its majestic glacier, which can sometimes be seen 150 km away in Reykjavík. You can drive around and explore many other stunning landforms surrounding the volcano, such as the two massive lava formations at Lóndrangar, Sönghellir (singing cave), the Djúpalónssandur pebble beach, the Saxhóll volcanic crater, the “hidden waterfall," numerous lava fields, and unusual rock formations.

Day 12: Departure

On your last day to wear out all this tiredness from traveling, you can take a dip in the Blue Lagoon, the famous geothermal spa. Soak in 104°F, milky blue water rich in minerals, surrounded by breathtaking views. Then you’ll be transferred to the airport, and this wholesome Iceland journey will come to an end. We hope you arrive home with pleasant and heartwarming memories and will cherish them forever. Don't forget to give your valuable feedback.

What's Included


• Private Transfer From Keflavik Airport To Reykjavik

• Accommodation (Economy/Comfort Plus/Superior) For 7 Nights

• Daily Breakfast

• Rental Car Of Your Choice With Unlimited Mileage, Cdw And Vat For 6 Days

• Free Unlimited In-Car Wi-Fi & 2 Authorized Drivers For The Duration Of The Vehicle Rental Period

• One Semi-Private Transfer From Reykjavik To Keflavik Airport On Departure

• Information Meeting With Your Travel Consultant (Optional)

• Carbon Offsetting The Package

• One Map Of Iceland And Detailed Personal Itinerary

• Driving In Iceland Pamphlet

• 24/7 Helpline

• Taxes & Service Fees

Not Included

• Flights To/From Iceland

• Personal Travel Insurance

• Gasoline/Petrol

• Driving-Related Fees And Expenses

• Meals & Drinks (Unless Otherwise Stated)

• Any Services Not Listed Above As “Included”

Optional Extras

• Extras

• Cancellation Protection

Why book this tour

• Private transfer from airport on arrival

• Handpicked hotels by local travel experts with breakfast included

• Reliable rental cars from our trusted partner Hertz

• Comprehensive itinerary, personalized map and travel guide

• 24/7 helpline throughout tour

• Local travel experts with firsthand experience

• Carbon offset included

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Should I extend my tour by further nights, would my transfers be covered as well?

Yes, airport transfers to and from Keflavík Airport are always included when you purchase your Iceland tour with Iceland Package. Depending on your plan, this will either be a private, shared, or bus transport. To confirm, kindly review the tour's specifics. We will reschedule your transfers to match your updated itinerary if you decide to stay longer than the planned number of nights.

If you have any special questions concerning extracurricular activities or services, don't be afraid to contact your travel consultant.

Is it possible for me to bring my kids on this tour?

It is not advised for families with little children due to the nature of the tour and the activities included. Nevertheless, it is appropriate for active, well-traveled kids 12 years of age or older. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

How much baggage is allowed on the bus?

We must restrict the size and quantity of bags in the bus to ensure the comfort of you and your fellow passengers.

Each visitor may bring one large suitcase or bag to put in the minibus' rear and one smaller item (such as a daypack or backpack) to carry inside the van for everyday necessities like a wallet, camera, medicine, and other items. Regretfully, the overhead racks in the van cannot accommodate the size of carry-on suitcases, sometimes known as cabin bags.

Your travel adviser from Iceland Package will be happy to help if you have any questions about luggage.

What degree of fitness is required for this tour?

A few strolls in the outdoors are part of this schedule. This implies that you have to be fit and ready to walk three to five kilometers (one to three miles) every day. Additionally, you must be able to carry your own belongings into each hotel and into the minibus.

What can I expect from the glacier lagoon boat trip?

Take an amphibian boat ride and cruise the breathtaking Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon, which is home to numerous gigantic icebergs. The tour lasts about forty minutes and includes an English-speaking guide. Together with interesting facts about the surrounding geology, they will share with you information about the lagoon.

Every passenger will be given a life jacket, which they are required to wear the entire cruise. Please be aware that in April there is no boat tour accessible to the glacier lagoon. Rather, the group will eat a complimentary lunch together in the vicinity.


Cancellation Protection

• Rebook your tour on one occasion

• Cancel for any reason and receive a partial refund and travel credit



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