LAND OF FIRE & ICE : ICELAND
People often describe flying in to Reykjavik as akin to landing on the moon. With it’s barren volcanic landscape, Iceland is truly a land of extremes; hot springs, giant glaciers and roaring volcanoes. But there is immense beauty to behold, and our tours combine the unique with the spectacular.
Accommodation & Service
Iceland has a wonderful variety of places to stay, and as with all of our trips, we’ve hand picked a selection of the best. From beautiful lodges in the wilderness, large expedition dome tents on the trek and luxury boutique hotels in the city.
These images and activities are the building blocks for your trip. We now need your input to mould them in to the perfect adventure. We've pulled together a sample itinerary to give you a flavour of what could be achieved over 5-6 days. We would suggest sticking to Southern Iceland to avoid long periods in transfer vehicles. We've also avoided some of the more touristic sights, but can easily include a stop at the Blue Lagoon, for example, if you were keen. We have tried to balance the elements of adventure, without being too arduous or compromising on comfort. There is a fantastic mix of activities on offer, so you can simply pick and choose those which appeal to you and the family.
Once we've fine tuned the programme in to something that works for you, we'll be able to give an estimated price. We'll then need your preferred travel dates, and ultimately a deposit payment to secure accommodation and activities.
We hope you like the suggestions, but we're also happy to go back to the drawing board if needed.
Day 1: Arrival & transfer to lodge. Overnight Lodge
Day 2: Reykjadalur Valley Hike, stopping to take a dip in the natural hot springs whilst enjoying the view.
Day 3: Fimmvorduhals hiking trail to Thorsmork. Overnight camp.
Day 4: Continue hike in the morning and Super Jeep out from Thorsmork glacial valley that afternoon. Overnight lodge.
Day 5: Ice climbing and Snow Mobiling. Overnight Boutique hotel Reykjavik
Day 6: Depart