Iceland’s mountains and volcanoes, glaciers and geysers, rivers and hot pools make a paradise for adventurers and nature lovers seeking to tour Iceland. Marvel at dramatic landscapes that unfold at every turn, a unique culture offering a fascinating history and a cuisine that will intrigue and delight. From the Midnight Sun to the Northern Lights, the 'Land of Fire and Ice' promises a trip of a lifetime.
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Must do Iceland experiences and highlights
This compact, eclectic capital city packs a punch of experiences to the visitor. Striking architecture and historic buildings contrast Viking and modern charm.
The Golden Circle
Tour the Golden Circle that ticks off Pingvellir National Park, Geysir Geothermal Area and Gullfoss, each renowned and unique natural attractions, not far from Reykjavik.
The Blue Lagoon
Take a warm soak in one of Iceland’s most popular hot pools where icy temperatures and steam collide. This amazing unnatural phenomenon is revered for its therapeutic mineral waters.
Explore a Geothermal Wonderland
Find it bubbling underground in a hot spring, bursting out of a geyser or a volcano, freezing up a glacier or a picturesque gap in the tectonic plate. It’s just another incredible landscape in Iceland.
Try Lava Bread in the Land of Fire and Ice
Icelandic cuisine is as adventurous as the country itself! Try unique lava breads, creamy Skyr, smoked lamb, succulent cod and haddock, hotdogs and craft beer. Icelanders love chocolate covered liquorice and liquorice icecream!
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Iceland
“Iceland and Northern Lights”
We would recommend this tour to anyone wishing to see what Iceland has to offer. We saw some amazing scenery and were fortunate to see the lights even though it rained every day. Our guide was a bit too laid back, disorganised and even bought her granddaughter to our meet and greet meal which we thought was a bit unprofessional. The accommodation in Vik is 7 minutes out of town and set up like a summer camp with dormitory style bedrooms away from the reception and restaurant area. Meals were served ...read more buffet style and offered a large variety of tasty options. Be warned that everything in Iceland is very expensive to buy.
“Magic Iceland ”
A breathtaking experience. Awesome scenery at every turn though the tour could have taken us to explore Black Beach further as a group. We had the opportunity to see the Northern Lights and taste Icelandic cuisine. I believe the tour should have included a walking tour of Reykjavík and the opportunity to visit the Sun Voyager, Harpa and Church which was omitted from the tour.
We have just returned from a 16 day tour of Norway and Iceland with Globus and all we can say is wow! We had perfect warm weather, no rain, wonderful guides and great accommodation. The tour went very smoothly from our booking through Global Journeys to the tour organisation, superb meals and optional excursions. Our Norway group had 24 people with ourselves the only Australians, a NZ lady and the rest Americans with the majority of people in their 60s. 6 of us then joined another group of 12 to ...read more do the Iceland extension for 5 days. We had a large coach so could move around and the guide was exceptional in creating a very happy united group of travellers. Highlights were too many to mention as the scenery just got better each day and the mix of trains, ferries and bus transport meant we saw all that there was to offer. The Flam railway was spectacular, the fjords magnificent and a 2 night stay in a fabulous hotel in Loen gave us a nice downtime at the right time in the Norway trip. Iceland was stunning and very unique, like nowhere else we have seen and we have travelled to a lot of Europe! The optional excursion to Blue Lagoon was a great experience and the early visit meant we missed the crowds, a great move by Globus, also the boat cruise on the Glacial Lagoon was fabulous helped by a stunning sunny day. Another advantage of the tour was that all breakfasts, which were spectacular Scandinavian style, and dinners, which included a wine or beer, were included so our costs were a lot less than we had anticipated. We stayed on for an additional day in Reykjavik and did a day trip to the western Snaefellsnes Peninsular as the tour did not go to this part of Iceland and we found that a great day with different spectacular coastal scenery. Both Globus guides in Norway and Iceland, Corina and Sophia, were great, very experienced with a great depth of local knowledge, language and very well organised. Both of these countries have so much to see and offer so they deserve extended tours rather than a quick stopover. We would highly recommend this tour and will look to travel with Globus again in the future.
“Enjoyable Introduction to Iceland”
Very enjoyable short introduction to Iceland. Easy booking and details well managed both in advance and on the ground. Global Journeys very easy to deal with from initial contact to questions and follow up. Only issue were flights which we booked with RyanAir and IcelandAir via Oslo - arriving at Reykjavik was a poor experience with very extended delay in retrieving luggage meant that we were late for dinner/briefing.