Iceland Tours

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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8 Days Reykjavik to Reykjavik

Operator: Globus

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6 Days Reykjavik to Reykjavik

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6 Days Reykjavik to Reykjavik

Operator: Collette

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10 Days Reykjavik to Reykjavik

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Discover Must do Iceland experiences and highlights

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

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

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

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

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

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!

Recent Reviews What our clients are saying about their journeys to Iceland

Frábær Ísland     , VIC, Australia, Sep 2022
We were lucky to get to see the Northern Lights on the 2nd night of tour. Unfortunately, we were not so lucky in the last three days because the fog was so thick, we could not see much. The tour director, Holm, was helpful and knowledgeable. The driver did a great job and was able to drive us to places safely despite the thick fog. Geysir is amazing ...read more but the falls are not up to our expectations. I would recommend people to see the falls in Iceland first before seeing other much bigger falls, such as Victoria Falls, Niaga Falls or Iguazu Falls because the falls in Iceland are like miniatures of those giant falls. Overall, it was an enjoyable tour with easy pace.
Iceland is like another world     , NSW, Australia, May 2022
We had a fantastic time on our Iceland trip. It was so different to anything we had experienced before that it was like travelling to another planet. The scenery was breathtaking and the wildlife fabulous. We will never forget the gorgeous puffins. We can highly recommend Globus and will be using them again. The standard of accommodation and meals ...read more was very high. Our guide (Holm) was very knowledgeable and professional. We never did get to try the fermented Greenland shark though.
Great trip!!   , London, United Kingdom, Jan 2022
Each day was jam packed with activities and I was happy we saw a lot of the main attractions in Iceland.
Fire and Ice   , Hoboken, United States, Dec 2021
Where to start... This trip was amazing!! The time frame is a little short so you will be packing a lot into the trip but it is all well worth it. Rob is the absolute best, he is very knowledgeable, makes sure you are going to get the best experience possible and is super fun to be around! This is not my first rodeo with Contiki and it went way above ...read more my expectations. Iceland is unbelievable country from the scenery to the food and culture. If you are thinking about doing this trip do not hesitate and just book it!

Explore More Your guide to travelling to Iceland

Jemma Explores The Land of Fire and Ice with Collette

18 October, 2019

Jemma Explores The Land of Fire and Ice with Collette

I have recently had the privilege, thanks to Collette, to travel to the majestic wonder that is Iceland and wow did this tour exceed my already high expectations! I could tell this story in pictures only, no words required! You would not be disappointed in the slightest but let me tell you a...

Common Questions Common questions about travelling to Iceland

When is the best time to visit Iceland?
Iceland is truly amazing in any season. Summer (June to August) is peak season and is a great time to visit and take advantage of the long daylight hours, experience the midnight sun and the warmer weather. Some areas of Iceland are also more accessible during those warmer summer months. However to see the Aurora...read more Borealis, or Northern Lights, the sky must be dark so the best chance of experiencing this is from September until March when it is dark from 6pm. Low season is considered to be January to May so prices are most competitive during those months.
How long should I tour Iceland for?
That's a tough one. Iceland is a magnificent country to explore and there are a variety of Icelandic itineraries to choose from. If you only have a few days, then don't overlook a short trip to Reykjavik,...read more an exciting destination in itself. 7 days will give you the opportunity to visit the must see attractions including Geysir, Thingvellir and Gullfoss and give you a feel for the local culture and lifestyle. A longer itinerary will enable you to experience areas not so frequently visited and fully absorb the beautiful Icelandic coastline, immense glaciers and Fjords. You can even book a cruise and tour combo to explore Greenland and Scotland as well. 
Is Iceland hot in summer?
The weather in Iceland during summer can be sunny and warm although average temperatures are only between 10 and 17 degrees. This would certainly feel warm after an Icelandic winter, but if you're travelling from Australia it's going to feel, chilly so pack some layers. 
What is the coldest month in Iceland?
Winters in Iceland are obviously cold with average temperatures often hovering around zero degrees Celsius. Add to that the wind chill factor and you will certainly do well to pack good quality winter, outdoor clothing. January is generally considered to be the coldest month of the year. Spring arrives in April...read more along with many migrating birds such as the famous puffins.

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