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Best Time To Go

May - September

Holiday Length

5 nights

Price guide

From £3,695pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights and a guide from 9am to 5pm. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Classic Summer Iceland

Enjoy summer in Iceland as you discover this country of waterfalls and wildlife. You’ll begin your journey in Reykjavik, this is a colourful capital, where you will explore its museums and landmarks. Then head to the Golden Circle to see its geysers, waterfalls and craters at Thingvellir National Park. Get close to Iceland’s volcanoes in the south shore where you’ll see Seljarlandsfoss waterfall and Eyjafjallajokull glacier. On your penultimate day, go out of this world at Reykjanesskagi Peninsula and experience the rainbow soils of the Seltun Geothermal Area.

UK - Reykjavik

Arrive at Keflavik airport which is small, colourful, friendly and straightforward: much like the country itself. The Lego-like installations dotted around like building blocks give it the feel of a giant playground. Your driver will be waiting to welcome you in the arrivals hall. He’ll then take you straight to your hotel.


Reykjavik is small for a capital city, but it punches above its weight in terms of friendliness and charm. Your guide will help you get a feel for its character as you explore its museums and landmarks, including the Harpa concert hall. Visit the 19th-century House of Parliament building, Reykjavik Cathedral and Hallgrimskirkja church tower with its panoramic views.

Golden Circle

Spend the day exploring the Golden Circle, the region that showcases the best of the country's natural beauty. Take in the powerful geysers, magnificent waterfalls and volcanic craters of Thingvellir National Park. You can marvel at The Great Geyser, Iceland’s most famous, and Stokkur, its most energetic. See the powerful Gullfoss waterfall and the inky blue waters that fill the crater of Kerid volcano in Grimsnes.

South Shore

Iceland's volcanic south shore has more magnificent waterfalls and black sand beaches. It’s your playground for today! Seljarlandsfoss waterfall flows with the meltwater of the famous Eyjafjallajokull glacier, dropping a dramatic 60 feet over the cliffs. A footpath behind the waterfall affords a truly unique perspective. Be prepared to get a little wet! You’ll also see the basalt sea stack at Reynisdrangar and Skogarfoss waterfall, one of Iceland’s most beautiful.

Reykajanes Peninsula

Visit the otherworldly lava landscape of the Reykjanesskagi Peninsula. At crystal-clear Kleifarvatn Lake, you’ll learn how an earthquake in 2000 drained 20 per cent of the lake’s surface, and how it regained its water levels by 2008. The next natural phenomenon is Seltun Geothermal Area. Here, you will see striking green, yellow and red soils coloured by sulphuric deposits. Your final stop is the enchanting cliffs of Krysuvikurbjarg. Watch the mighty waves of the North Atlantic Ocean hammer the island shores as you observe rare coastal bird species.

Depart Iceland

After breakfast it’s time to bid a fond farewell to Iceland. We’ll take you back to the airport for your return flight home.

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