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Save £100 per person on Family Iceland

Valid for travel until 31 December 2019. Book by 31 March 2019

Valid for travel until 31 December 2019. Book by 31 March 2019. Blackout dates will apply and the offer is subject to availability. Example prices on our suggested itineraries include this discount. For Ts&Cs and availability, please speak to one of our travel specialists.

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Best Time To Go

May - September

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Holiday Length

7 nights

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Price guide

From £7,520pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two adults and 2 children (up to 12 years) and generally includes economy flights. A tour guide will be entirely at your disposal for the duration of the trip. 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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Highlights

Family Iceland

Iceland is a place of extreme contrasts. On this trip, you’ll experience them all, from powerful geysers, to waterfalls and volcanic craters. There’s something for everybody, and that’s what makes Iceland family holidays so special. Take the Golden Circle tour and see Iceland’s Big Three including the geological phenomenon that is Thingvellir National Park, the site of Iceland's historic parliament. Go on a super-jeep safari in the Thorsmork Valley and tour the Westman Islands to see the puffin colonies. There’s also whale watching, horse riding, kayaking and a soak in the thermal waters of the Blue Lagoon to relax and rejuvenate you. A tour guide will be entirely at your disposal for the duration of the trip.

UK - Reykjavik

Touching down at Keflavik's small but perfectly-formed airport is like landing in a playground, thanks to the Lego-like installations dotted around like giant building blocks. The airport characterises the country; small, colourful, friendly and straightforward. Your driver, who will be looking after you over the next three days, will be waiting to welcome you the moment you step into the arrivals hall. Then he’ll take you straight to your hotel.

Reykjavik

Reykjavik is small for a capital city, but it punches above its weight in terms of friendliness and charm. Your guide will be on hand to show you the sights, including the House of Parliament and Harpa concert hall. Having explored the city, you’ll head out to ride the native pony breed, the Icelandic Horse, before boarding a whale watching boat and setting sail in search of these majestic marine mammals.

Golden Circle

Today, you’ll be guided round the Golden Circle tour, taking in the powerful geysers, magnificent waterfalls and volcanic craters of Thingvellir National Park. Marvel at The Great Geyser, Iceland’s most famous, and Stokkur, the most energetic. You’ll see the powerful Gullfoss waterfall and the inky blue waters that fill the crater of Kerid volcano in Grimsnes. Later, you’ll take to the water in kayaks on Thingvallavatn Lake. Accommodation included at Holar private lodge for the next 3 nights. This property is fully staffed and will include dinner each night.

Thorsmork

Today packs an adrenalin-fuelled punch, as you embark on a super-Jeep safari in the Thorsmork Valley. Explore the glacial outlet, Gigjokull, before a short hike into the canyon of Stakkholtsgja, where you’ll be rewarded by the sight of a beautiful waterfall. A walk to Basar delivers spectacular views and more than 170 species of plants, moss and lichen, before you end the day exploring the nearby Seljalandsfoss and Gljufrabui waterfalls. Lunch included.

Westman Islands

The Westman Islands (Vestmannaeyjar) are home to a number of large puffin colonies, which you'll encounter today as you tour the islands' volcanoes. The islands have experienced significant eruptions in relatively recent times and you’ll hear all about the one in 1963 which formed the new island of Surtsey. Further activity forced the island to be evacuated a decade later and hundreds of homes were buried by lava flow.

Reykjanes 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. A private caving experience is included, and your stay at The Retreat includes entrance to the lagoon.

Reykjavik - UK

Refreshed and rejuvenated, you’ll be collected from the Radisson Blu 1919 and taken back to Keflavik airport where you’ll board your flight home.

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