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Iceland Northern Lights Mystery
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Iceland Northern Lights Mystery

Go for the glow

Join this mysterious and magical trip on a dark winter night. Any time from the onset of autumn darkness until the light nights of spring you can witness one of nature's most spectacular displays - the famous phenomenon which is known as the Northern Lights. Far from the glow of the city you will hunt for the elusive Aurora Borealis on a truly memorable trip.

Together with a guide you search for these magnificent auroras. On a clear night you may be lucky enough to see the Northern Lights swirling in a wild and carefree dance across the sky in dramatic shapes, colours, patterns, and sizes. The Northern Lights are visible from September through April but can only be seen on a clear night so a decision is taken daily at 6 pm whether the tour will take place or not.

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The Golden Circle Classic Tour
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The Golden Circle Classic Tour

You've struck gold

This popular excursion introduces you to some of the best known historical sites and natural phenomena in Iceland. Start by visiting Nesjavellir, a high temperature geothermal area in the scenic landscape of Lake Pingvallavatn. Then visit Pingvellir National Park, where the Icelandic parliament Alpingi was founded in the year 930 AD, a geologically remarkable area where the tectonic plate boundaries form breathtaking scenery.

Continue to the beautiful waterfall Gullfoss, where we can walk close to the edge and feel the mist of the glacial water on your face. After lunch at the Gullfoss Cafe journey towards the geothermal area around the incredible spouting hot springs of Geysir and Strokkur. See SkAlholt church, the ancient seat of the Icelandic bishops, and the Geothermal Powerplant, Hellisheidavirkjun, before returning to Reykjavik.

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Game of Thrones Tour
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Game of Thrones Tour

Take part in the game show

Revisit the locations of the Game of Thrones TV series and experience the same atmosphere as the cast. This special six hour tour will take you to some of the locations in the south of Iceland where many scenes of the popular series were shot. The tour was prepared under the guidance of one of the Icelandic extras, who of course died a violent death at the hands of the Wildlin

You will be picked up either at your hotel or at a local bus stop and taken to the gorge of pingvellir, the stomping ground of the White Walkers and the trail of the Wildlings. You will experience the dramatic atmosphere provided by the magnificent nature of pingvellir and get to know the symbolic significance of that location in the context of the story line, You will also visit pjOrsArdalur and the Settlement Era Viking lodge. You will see Almannagja gorge in Thingvellir where scenes were filmed depicting the bloody gate of Eyrie and the waterfall Porufoss where a local goat was attacked by one of Daenerys' dragons.

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Bonfire and Fireworks New Years Eve
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Bonfire and Fireworks New Years Eve

Blaze of glory

If you are in the country at the right time, then the Icelandic New Year's Eve celebrations are considered by many to be the most breathtaking in the world. Thousands of people attend community bonfires scattered throughout the different neighbourhoods in the capital ReykjavIk and at midnight the atmosphere is unbelievable.

Thousand of tons of fireworks are lit by the locals and on this special tour you experience this celebration first-hand. You are taken to enjoy the immersive celebration atmosphere and at midnight stop at a special viewpoint to watch the displays and toast the New Year with a glass of sparkling wine while thousands of people all over the city let off their fireworks.

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Warm Baths & Cool Nights with Buffet Dinner
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Warm Baths & Cool Nights with Buffet Dinner

While nature prepares to colour the sky with the magical Northern Lights, you enjoy relaxing in Laugarvatn Fontanas open air geothermal baths and fill up your energy with a traditional style buffet. You will leave Laugarvatn Fontana with a nourished body and satisfied soul and provide your senses with the show of a lifetime as you experience the Northern Lights dance, just for you.

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South Coast & Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon
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South Coast & Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon

Peak of perfection

This tour takes you along the beautiful south shore of Iceland to the extraordinary glacial lagoon. You pass some charming villages as well as Skaftafell National Park and visit Seljalandsfoss waterfall and Skogafoss waterfall. Just before reaching the lagoon you pass Iceland’s biggest volcano and Oraefajokull glacier which has the highest peak of the island Hvannadalshnjukur.

At the lagoon you'll have time to view this stunning area before taking a boat tour. These are no ordinary boats as they are capable of driving short distances on land as well as sailing on water. Jokulsarlon started to form in the early 1920s and is getting bigger every year. You will see many amazing blocks of ice that have broken off Europe’s biggest glacier, Vatnajokull, as you sail slowly towards the ocean which is only a kilometer away. After a refreshing boat tour on the lagoon, we head back to ReykjavIk.

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Blue Ice Tour
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Blue Ice Tour

Climb the crawling glacier

This is your chance to visit a glacier and not just any glacier . . . because this trip takes you to the frozen glacial tongue that is Solheimajokull. It is a magnificent phenomenon, a rugged, raw and ever changing hub of ancient frozen water. You can explore the crevasse riddled outlet glacier with its amazing ice formations, sink holes and jagged ridges accompanied by an experienced glacier guide.

Along the way you find an ice wall and try your hand at ice climbing. All the tools you need like ice axes, crampons and safety lines are provided and its safety first as you brave the heights. On the way back to Reykjavik stop at the beautiful Skogafoss waterfall. On this trip you get to see and do what most of the population will only dream about so be adventurous and explore the amazing crawling glacier.

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City Sightseeing & The Blue Lagoon Tour
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City Sightseeing & The Blue Lagoon Tour

Best of both worlds

This combined tour is ideal for those who don’t have too much time but want to make the most of their day. You visit the most significant places in the capital, including the presidential residence at Bessastadir, as well as Hafnarfjordur town, the Perlan restaurant, which is built on the city’s hot water tanks, Hallgrimskirkja church and much more.

The tour takes a break in the city centre where you are dropped off to take a stroll or have lunch. After the break you will go to the Blue Lagoon, which is a geothermal spa situated in a lava field south of Reykjavik. Once there you have many recreational options such as walking in the spectacular surroundings, bathing in the milky blue-green water or enjoying a massage under the open sky.

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City Sightseeing & Golden Circle Express
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City Sightseeing & Golden Circle Express

Two for the price of one

This combined tour is ideal for visitors who want to make the most of their day. First see the Presidential Residence at BessastaDir and HafnarfjOrDur, the town where humans and the "hidden people" live together in harmony. You then visit the restaurant Perlan, where you have an incredible view over ReykjavIk and its surroundings.

You also stop at HallgrImskirkja church, the University area and the old town centre where the Icelandic parliament Alpingi is located.The tour takes a break in the city centre where you can stroll or have lunch before heading out to the National Park pingvellir; renowned for its historic legacy and geological intrigue. Then visit the spouting hot springs of Geysir and Strokkur and majestic Gullfoss glacial waterfall.

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Ölgerdin Brewery Tour
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Ölgerdin Brewery Tour

Strange Brews

OlgerDin, Iceland's oldest brewery, invites you on a unique journey through the country's drinking saga. Taste the quirkiness of Iceland while listening to stories about the drinking culture as it was in the past and is today. You will take a look round the brewery, dive into the drinking habits and experience the Icelandic spirit, all in this one entertaining visit.

At OlgerDin's new and stylish headquarters in ReykjavIk you will be introduced to mead, what the Vikings brewed, have a taste of beer substitute that Icelanders drank during the prohibition years and also try a shot of BrennivIn, one of the extraordinary Icelandic beverages. You'll also be served their Gull beer, Malt and AppelsIn, different kinds of spirits and hear about the brewery's history during the hour long visit.

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Whale Watching at Faxafloi Bay
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Whale Watching at Faxafloi Bay

Have a whale of a time

On this fantastic whale watching tour you observe the whales in their native environment which is an unforgettable experience. You sail out into Faxafloii Bay, which is home to a unique variety of Minke whale, the Humpback, Harbour Porpoise and the White-beaked Dolphins, which are all common sights on this tour. The local bird life is also diverse, including Puffin, Arctic Tern, Gannet and many varieties of Gull.

After the tour you can explore the Whale Exhibition Centre and witness the mysteries of the ocean. It is situated in an old capelin-fishing vessel "FIfill" which has been transformed into an exhibition and information centre on whales and seabirds.There are excellent guides on all tours who describe what you can see and where to look, together with an introduction and safety guide.

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