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Iceland: Volcanoes & Glaciers

The areas of west and southern Iceland incorporate a host of natural wonders and stunning scenery to explore, all shaped by the country’s most powerful natural phenomena, its active volcanoes and vast glaciers. From the Westman Islands, known as the ‘Pompeii of the north’, to the Skaftafell National Park, part...

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Thingvellir (Ion Hotel)

Thingvellir National Park is the oldest national park in Iceland and protects the site of the world’s oldest still-existing parliament, established in 930 AD by Iceland’s founding Norse settlers. Also located within the park’s boundaries are the scenic Thingvellirvatn Lake and running through the middle of the park, the Almannagja...

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Reykjavik

First settled by Vikings in 874, Reykjavik is the world’s most northerly capital cities and one of the smallest, making it easy to explore on foot. Framed by the majestic Mount Esja and Faxafloi Bay, the city enjoys a wonderful natural setting. Close to Reykjavik are the famous thermal waters...

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Iceland’s Natural Wonders

This short winter self-drive focuses on thenatural highlights in south Iceland includinghot springs, waterfalls, lava fields and blacksandy beaches. In the evenings, don’t forgetto search the clear dark skies for sightings ofthe northern lights. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Reykjavik Fly to Keflavik International airport. On arrival, pick up...

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Icelandic Explorer

West and southern Iceland incorporatea host of natural wonders and stunningscenery to explore, from the Snaefellsnespeninsula to the Skaftafell National Park,part of the largest national park in Europe,the Eyjafjallajokull glacier, Jokulsarlon glaciallagoon and the geothermal waters of theBlue Lagoon. Itinerary Details Day 1: Fly to Reykjavik • Hveragerði Fly to...

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Iceland & Greenland: From Fire to Ice

This tour combines the sights of both Iceland and Greenland. Starting inReykjavik, Iceland’s capital, before heading to Greenland and the town ofIlulissat, located 200km inside the Arctic Circle. Explore some of the country’smost dramatic scenery, from calving glaciers to the abandoned ruins ofSermermiut. Itinerary Details Day 1: To Reykjavik Afternoon...

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Iceland Express

Experience Iceland on a circuit of the islandfrom the iconic two-lane highway known asRoute 1, completed in 1974 to mark 1,100years of settlement. This 8-day self-driveitinerary incorporates the historical heartlandof Iceland – Reykjavik, Thingvellir and Reykholt,the wild southern and eastern coastline framedby the brooding peaks of Mount Hekla andthe Vatnajokull...

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Iceland Grand Circle

Similar to the Colours of Iceland and Iceland Express tours, the Iceland Grand Circle is a circumnavigation around Iceland on the iconic Route 1. This tour offers the complete experience, giving you the flexibility to take your time and relax as you travel around this unique country. The 12-day itinerary...

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Colours of Iceland

Discover Iceland with the flexibility of travelling with your own vehicle. Circumnavigate the country on the iconic Route 1, completed in 1974 to mark 1,100 years of settlement, leaving the highway to explore some of the more remote and less travelled parts of the island. This 11-day self-drive itinerary incorporates...

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Ammassalik – East Greenland

Among the rugged and mountainous grandeur of the remote and isolated eastern coastline, old traditions and practices live on within the region’s tiny population. Many of the area’s people are still subsistence hunters and fishermen, and still gather food for their families by dogsled, boat and kayak. The village of...

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