When to go
May to September
From £3,695 pp
Flight time
3 hrs


Iceland vacations guarantee a once-in-a-lifetime experience, complete with roaring waterfalls, sizzling geysers, and fascinating glaciers, not to mention the possibility to witness the dazzling spectacle that is the Northern Lights.

A trip to Iceland is like stepping into another world because of the country’s magnificent volcanic landscapes, which range from moss-covered plains to towering mountain peaks and beautifully rocky coastlines. Reykjavik, the nation’s capital, is a modest but dynamic city conveniently located near some of the most astounding geothermal marvels, and makes for a great starting point in the discovery of this extraordinary destination. Visit the Golden Circle to see plumes, rock pools, and waterfalls, and enjoy unwinding in the detoxifying mineral waters of Iceland’s renowned Blue Lagoon.

On your Icelandic adventure you can look forward to taking a super-Jeep to the ice tunnels and caves of Langjökull glacier, as well as appreciating the country’s impressive and iconic landmarks, including Hallgrímskirkja church, Harpa Concert Hall, and Perlan museum.

Iceland offers a plethora of charming and quaint towns and villages where you can experience the nation’s history, art, culture, traditions and cuisine in an authentic way. Each place you visit will offer you an insight into the Icelandic way of living, their emphasis on sustainable living and their focus on health and wellbeing. An extraordinary destination, Iceland has many exciting new destinations to explore every year; for example it is opening in 2023 the Hvammsvík Hot Springs, the biggest ski resort of its kind with upgraded road travel.



The spectacle everyone dreams of witnessing once in their life, the aurora borealis that light up the night sky. Take pictures you’ll treasure for a lifetime and discover the science around this magnificent natural occurrence.

TOUR SCENIC ICELAND (Full day - South Shore)

Visit Iceland’s amazing volcanoes, lava landscapes, and crater lakes by enjoying a super-Jeep tour. The hot springs at Landmannalaugar are among the South Shore’s attractions, which will be expertly emphasized by your driver.

CABLE LIFT DOWN A VOLCANO (Half-day - Bláfjöll Country Park)

Experience a thrilling cable lift trip through the great Thrihnukagigur volcano’s lava chamber while the vibrant molten rock glows all around you.

Recommended Hotels

Torfhus Retreat

Torfhus Retreat embodies the traditional Icelandic turf-house design with all the modern conveniences, having been influenced by a Viking farm. This upscale eco-boutique hideaway is located in the centre of the Golden Circle. Enjoy cutting-edge Nobu- Noma cuisine and tranquil swims in the geothermally heated basalt stone pool.


The finest aspects of Iceland’s great outdoors can be enjoyed in this wonderful farmhouse, styled with Art Deco design. Participate in thrilling pursuits including river fishing, ATV tours, glacier hiking, and horseback riding.
Experience Icelandic cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients while relaxing in the steam room or hot tub after a day of amazing adventures.

The Retreat At Blue Lagoon

The Retreat at Blue Lagoon is nestled within the Reykjanes UNESCO Geopark and has been constructed into an 800-year-old lava. The Blue Lagoon’s mineral-rich waters engulf the guest rooms, and the romantic spa is created into its volcanic rock. Here, you may unwind, revitalise, and wander.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival In Reykjavík, Iceland

Your Icelandic adventure begins on your arrival into Reykjavik, the capital, before transferring to your hotel.

Day 2: Reykjavík Break

On your first day you will explore the stunning sights of Reykjavík, with an expert guide. The centre of Iceland’s cultural and artistic scene is located in downtown Reykjavik. The café culture reigns supreme during the day, with a buzz of interesting conversations. As night falls, visitors begin to pour into the city’s top-notch restaurants, where local dishes are presented alongside succulent lamb, fish, or wild game. Reykjavik is a metropolis with striking contradictions; it is simultaneously urban and rural, youthful and stylish, and historically rich. A lot of landmarks, both new and old, are also worth a look, including the recently constructed Harpa conference and music venue on the seafront. Fortunately, everything in Reykjavik is accessible, including museums, galleries, theatres, restaurants, and swimming pools. Thus, cycling or walking might be the best ways to experience the city.

Day 3: Golden Circle Discovery

Visit the Golden Circle, the most well-known of all Iceland’s beautiful routes, which offers a spherical sightseeing tour that includes both magnificent landmarks and regions of cultural and historical notability. This includes places such as Þingvellir National Park, Gullfoss and Geysir. What makes the Golden Circle magical is that it is filled with iconic hot springs and volcanic craters.

Day 4: South Shore Exploring

On this day you will experience Iceland’s south shore, which is studded with amazing locations, each of which is fascinating in its unique way. These include, in addition to the massive Vatnajökull, the beautiful waterfalls Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss, the black beach and columnar basalt of Reynisfjara, Eyjafjallajökull, and Sólheimajökull. The visit would not be complete without a visit to the famous black Diamond Beach and the Jökulsárlón glacier lagoon.

Day 5: Reykjanes Peninsula

Explore the mountain lakes, rugged cliffs, and the magical natural splendour of this mystical and ethereal landscape. A geological marvel, the Reykjanes peninsula has more lighthouses than villages. The Reykjanes peninsula is a popular travel destination, in addition to being home to the Keflavik International Airport and the magnificent Blue Lagoon, which is nearby. This stunning region is also home to numerous natural wonders, including the well-known Blue Lagoon and a variety of lighthouses. The country’s unique welcome is made more memorable by the endless lava fields, craters, and treeless landscapes. UNESCO recognised the entire Reykjanes Peninsula as a Global Geopark for its cultural, geographical, and historical attributes.

Day 6: Depart Reykjavík For Return Home

Following a wonderful breakfast overlooking the Icelandic plains, head to the airport for your return flight home, enriched with new experiences, the people you’ve met and the memories you’ve made.