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$
456
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$
1,135
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
Taking a break in Reykjavik City offers so many different possibilities: You can relax and observe the city life while enjoying excellent cuisine and vibrant nightlife, you can use ... morethe capital as a base from which you can explore some of the many highlights of the South and West Iceland which are easily within your reach. Join optional tours to visit waterfalls, geysers, volcanoes and glaciers; go whale watching, horseback riding or take part in various other activities.
ITINERARY  Day 1 - Tuesday: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK – REYKJAVIK  Arrival in Iceland. Transfer under own arrangement from Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik and your accommodation ... more(tranfers can be booked through Nonni Travel).

Day 2 – Wednesday: REYKJAVIK CITY TOUR - SUGGESTED OPTIONAL TOUR: BLUE LAGOON OR WHALE WATCHING
Breakfast at the hotel and a short coach sightseeing tour of Reykjavik. We get to know the old and the new part of the city, passing colourful houses, the harbour, the iconic Hallgrimskirkja church, Arbaer outdoor museum and more. The rest of the day is free to explore the city on your own. 
Optional tours are also available, such as visiting the Blue Lagoon where we get the chance to relax in the pleasantly warm geothermal waters; or join a whale watching boat tour to search for some of the largest mammals on earth.
In the evening you can join an optional »Viking dinner« in the »Viking village«.
Overnight in Reykjavik.

Day 3 - Thursday: REYKJAVIK - SUGGESTED OPTIONAL TOUR: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE 
Breakfast at the hotel and free time. 
A tour to this part of South Iceland is a must for every visitor – the Golden Circle: drive through the southern lowlands to one of the most majestic waterfalls in Iceland – Gullfoss waterfall (the Golden Falls), which drops down into a 32-m deep gorge. We visit the Geyser area, where one of them - Strokkur - spouts water every 5-10 minutes. Here we will also take our lunch break. We drive to the Thingvellir national park, the site of the first parliament, founded in 930. We return to Reykjavik.

Day 4 - Friday: REYKJAVIK - SUGGESTED OPTIONAL TOUR: SNAEFELLSNES PENINSULA 
Breakfast at the hotel and free time. 
The Snaefellsnes peninsula in West Iceland is almost a miniature version of the island. In addition to its characteristic Snaefellsjokull glacier, there are black sandy beaches, bird cliffs, spectacular mountains and volcanic craters. On this tour, we will, for example, stop at the small fishing village Arnarstapi, the ancient fishing village Hellnar, visit Djupalonssandur beach and the iconic Kirkjufell mountain.
The stunning landscape of the peninsula has captured the imagination of people all over the world, ever since Jules Verne wrote the famous science fiction novel "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" but the journey begins at Snaefellsjokull glacier.

Day 5 - Saturday: REYKJAVIK – KEFLAVIK – DEPARTURE 
Breakfast and airport shuttle transfer to Keflavik airport - please pre-book at the hotel reception the evening before if you have not pre-booked with us. If your flight departs late afternoon, then you have the possibility to enjoy an additional optional half day tour in the morning or you can add in the Blue Lagoon tour with drop off at Keflavik international airport (surcharge).

Basic package price includes: 

* 4 nights accommodation in room w/private facilities, including breakfast
* Reykjavík City sightseeing tour

Not included in the package: Transfer to and from Keflavik International airport, optional tours, admission fees and meals others than specified.

OPTIONAL TOURS

We offer a range of optional tours (depending on season) which are not included in the basic package:

Blue lagoon - 3-4 hours - included transfer + admission fee

Whale watching - 3hours - included hotel pick up

Golde Circle - 7-8 hours - included transportation and guidance

South Shore - 8 hours - transportation and guidiance

Horseback Riding Tour - 4 hours (1,5-2 hours on horse - inluded hotel pick up

Glacier lagoon - 14 hours - included amphibian boat tour

Snæfellsnes - 9 hours - transportation and guidiance

Northern lights evening tour - 3 hours - included transportation and guidance 

Airport transfer - 40 min - transfer
$
799
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$
905
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
Aurora Borealis (or The Northern Lights) is one of the most spectacular phenomena on earth – and Iceland offers perfect landscapes to enjoy the winter night scenery. Our Northern Lights ... moreSpecial offers an incredible opportunity to combine hunting for the Northern Lights with a range of fantastic winter activities and excursions into the Icelandic nature.

Highlights:

Northern Lights evening tour

Akureyri

Panoramic views of Eyjafjörður

Goðafoss waterfall

Lake Mývatn

Pseudocraters at Skútustaðir

Dimmuborgir lava maze

Hverir solfatara field at Námaskarð

Nature Baths
Day 1: Flight from Reykjavík to Akureyri. Local pick up from Akureyri airport and transfer to your choice of accommodation where you will stay for 2 nights. If you arrive in Akureyri ... moreon morning flight then you could fit in a short additional tour (needs to be pre-booked).
In the evening you join a 2/3-hour Northern Lights tour (starting at 21:30). During the tour we drive out into the countryside away from the city lights to hunt for the Northern Lights. There is nothing as impressive as a moonlit starry winter night with the Northern lights dancing in the sky. While observing this phenomenon we enjoy a light refreshment before returning to Akureyri.

Day 2: Lake Mývatn Winter Coach Tour, departing at 08:15. This winter tour to one of the most interesting spots in North Iceland focuses on the most attractive features of the Lake Mývatn area and its surroundings. The first stop is at Goðafoss waterfall, not only famous for its breathtaking beauty but also for its significant historic value related to the Christianisation of Iceland. From Goðafoss the tour continues through the valley of Reykjadalur to Skútustaðir in the Lake Mývatn district. Next stop is at Dimmuborgir, a lava labyrinth of magnificent basaltic pillars and lava sculptures. After a short walk in Dimmuborgir the tour continues through the lava field to Grjótagjá (road conditions permitting), which used to be a popular underground bathing cave among the locals before the Krafla Fires (1975-1984) when the water became too hot to bathe in. We continue east over the Námaskarð mountain pass to the Krafla caldera (road conditions permitting). Along the way we pass a 60- MW geothermal power station that partly supplies the town of Akureyri with electricity. Our destination is the explosion crater of Viti (Hell) but its formation marked the beginning of the great Myvatn Fires in 1724. From Viti there is a good view over the geothermal zone of Leirhnjukur and the lava field formed in the Krafla Fires. Next we explore the solfatara field of Hverir (Námaskarð) where ground water is heated by an underground magma intrusion. Sulphur deposits are brought to the surface and the area is characterized by a strong smell of sulphur. After a short walk around the fumaroles and mud pits we head for the final destination of the tour, the Mývatn Nature Baths, where visitors get the chance to bathe in the silky smooth geothermal water (entrance fee to the pool not included, to be paid on the spot). After the stop at the Nature Baths we drive back to Akureyri where estimated arrival time is around 17:00.

If you were unlucky and did not see the Northern Lights on your first evening, then you have a chance for another complimentary Northern Lights tour this evening (departure at 22:00).

Day 3: Transfer from your accommodation to Akureyri airport. If your flight departure is in the late afternoon or evening then you have a possibility for another optional tour (needs to be pre-booked).

Prices for basic package, per person, from:
Oct. 2017 - Apr. 2018

Option 1:
Hotel, double/twin room with private facilities, incl. breakfast
ISK 84.600

Option 2:
Studio Modern apt. for 2 persons, with private hot tub, self-catering
ISK 96.600

Option 3:
Studio Modern apt. for 2 persons, without hot tub, self-catering
ISK 84.400

Basic package includes:
* Flight Reykjavik-Akureyri-Reykjavik w/airport.taxes
* Arrival/departure transfers in Akureyri
* 2 nights accommodation, sharing double/twin room
* 1 Northern Lights evening guided tour from Akureyri
* Lake Mývatn guided coach tour

Info:
The tour can be combined with the South Iceland programme. Extra nights in Akureyri can easily be added to the itinerary.

The itinerary may need to be adapted or changed depending upon prevailing weather/road conditions.

For the Northern lights forecast, please check this site for daily reports: http://en.vedur.is/weather/forecasts/aurora.

Akureyri has an excellent ski resort just 10-min. drive from the town centre. Ski slopes on Mt.Hliðarfjall offer good possibilities for alpine, cross-country skiing and snowboarding (late November/December-April). For further details on ski runs, opening times, and prices of rental and ski passes check out the offical website of the ski area: http://www.hlidarfjall.is/en.
Destination:
Iceland
North Iceland has much to offer all year around. Winters can be really magical after the landscape gets covered by layers of snow. This tour offers 2 nights in Akureyri – the “capital ... moreof the North” and 2 nights at Lake Myvatn. Here there are no city lights to distract the clear winter nights. Sometimes, on a clear moonlit evening and with northern lights playing in the sky, drive through the night might almost feel like daytime as the light reflects on the surrounding moutains, and even more so when snow covers the land. It is like magic!

Highlights

Town of Akureyri

Rural area of Eyjafjörður

Chance to hunt for Northern lights

Goðafoss waterfall

Volcanic landscape of Lake Mývatn area

Nature Baths

Old turf farm and folk museum at Grenjaðarstaður

Fishing village of Húsavik

Whale Museum
Day 1, Tuesday: Flight from Reykjavik to Akureyri and transfer to the city. We start a 4-hour tour of Akureyri and the surrounding area. During the tour we drive through the old centre ... morewith charming old houses that are surrounded by lush vegetation. The church of Akureyri towers over the downtown area. In clear weather we drive up to the hills above Akureyri from where we get a great view over the town and the fjord. Then we head on for one of the valleys in Eyjafjörður area where we also visit one of the typical Icelandic farms, enjoy light refreshment and get the chance to meet with the local people.
After the tour, check in ath the hotel in Akureyri and the rest of the afternoon free to explore the town centre, visit the local swimming pool. In the evening possibility for optional Northern lights tour if weather permits (not included).

Day 2, Wednesday:
Daytour to Goðafoss waterfall and Lake Myvatn area. The next days you will stay overnight in Lake Myvatn area. Goðafoss waterfall whether bound in ice or not is definitely worth paying a visit. The volcanic area of Lake Myvatn with the lava fields and various types of volcanic craters is a magical place during winter time. During the sightseeing tour we stop at major sights of interest. After the tour drop off at the hotel close to the lake.
During the cold winter months large parts of the lake freezes over which offers possibilities for various activity on the ice. Weather permitting possibility for an optional Northern Lights tour in the evening (not included).

Day 3, Thursday:
Daytour to Husavik and the countryside (approx 5 hrs). Get to know Iceland of the past and present. We drive to the hydro electric power station on the beautiful Laxá river and visit the old turf farm and folk museum at Grenjaðarstaður. Continue to the fishing village of Húsavik which has become particularly known as a whale watching centre. Though winter months are not the right time to see whales in nature, a visit to the whale museum will be just as interesting.
After the tour free time or transfer to Nature Baths and relax in the pleasantly warm geothermal water of the lagoon and the steam bath. In the eveninig - weather permitting, you have a possibility for optional northern lights tour.

Day 4, Friday:
Morning free or possibility for an optional tour, e.g. by jeep to Dettifoss, Europe’s most powerfull waterfall which drops deep down into the canyon of Jökulsárgljúfur. The winter view of the waterfall is particularly majestic. In winter it may be necessary to walk through snow to get to the waterfall (duration ca. 4-5 hrs, not included).
When weather and ice conditions allow there are also possibilities for different optional activities on the lake and in the area.

After an optional morning tour, or a relaxing day near your hotel, you return to Akureyri by bus leaving Lake Mývatn area in the afternoon. Overnight in hotel in Akureyri.

Day 5, Saturday:
Transfer to Akureyri airport in time for your flight to Reykjavik. On Saturdays there are 4 flights a day during winter months, the earliest departing at 09:55, the last one at 18:55.

Included:
• Flight Reykjavík-Akureyri-Reykjavík incl.airport taxes
• Airport transfers in Akureyri
• 4 nights hotel accommodation in double room with private facilities, including breakfast
• Excursions:
- Akureyri & surroundings incl. farm visit and light refreshments
- Goðafoss/Lake Mývatn with drop off at Mývatn
- Húsavík & Countryside Tour
- Entrance to Nature Bath incl. transfer to/from hotel in Mývatn (1x)
• Schedule bus Mývatn-Akureyri

Not included: meals others than specified, optional tours

The tour can be combined with the South Iceland programme. Extra nights and optional tours can be added in Myvatn or Akureyri.
Ski slopes on Mt.Hliðarfjall offer good possibilities for alpine and cross-country skiing and are only a short distance from the town (late November-April)

Possibilities for additional tours and activities at Lake Mývatn (dependent on ice/weather conditions):
Dettifoss super jeep tour
Jeep Safari: Hverfjall, Ludent, Krafla
Northern Lights evening tour from Lake Mývatn or Akureyri
Cross-country skiing tour
Snowshoe hiking
Snowmobile tours
Horseback riding
Go-karting and other fun activities on ice (depending on ice/weather conditions)
Destination:
Iceland
North Iceland offers many major highlights worth visiting. Mountains, fjörds, glacial valleys, lava fields, volcanoes, geothermal springs and other wonders of nature can be observed ... morein this part of the country.

Highlights

Eyjafjörður, the longest fjord in Iceland

Akureyri, the capital of the north

Goðafoss waterfall

Lake Mývatn

Pseudocraters of Skútustaðir

Lava formations at Dimmuborgir

Volcano Krafla and the crater Viti

Hverir solfatara field at Námaskarð

Nature Baths

Húsavík - a fishing town and the "whale centre"

Whale watching
Akureyri is often referred to as the capital of the North. It is an educational and cultural centre, a charming town with numerous interesting museums, the northern-most botanical ... moregarden in the world and an 18-hole golf course. Located at the base of the longest Icelandic fjord which opens to the north, summer evenings offer a great display of colours in the sky as the sun sets on the horizon.

Itinerary

Day 1:
Check in for your flight to Akureyri (duration 45 min.). Meet and greet from our office upon arrival at Akureyri airport and transfer to your accommodation.
There are several flights a day between Reykjavik city and Akureyri. If you decide for an early flight then you have a possibility for another optional tour (needs to be pre-booked).

Day 2:
Lake Mývatn guided coach tour, departing at 08:15. This tour to one of the most interesting spots in North Iceland focuses on the most attractive features of the Lake Mývatn area and its surroundings. The first stop is at Goðafoss waterfall, not only famous for its breathtaking beauty but also for its significant historic value related to the Christianisation of Iceland.
From Goðafoss the tour continues through the valley of Reykjadalur to the Lake Mývatn district where we first stop at the pseudocraters of Skútustaðir. Next stop is at Dimmuborgir, a lava labyrinth of magnificent basaltic pillars and lava sculptures. After a short walk in Dimmuborgir the tour continues through the lava field to Grjótagjá, which used to be a popular underground bathing cave among the locals before the Krafla Fires (1975-1984) when the water became too hot to bathe in.
We continue east over the Námaskarð mountain pass to the Krafla caldera. Along the way we pass a 60-MW geothermal power station that partly supplies the town of Akureyri with electricity. Our destination is the explosion crater of Viti (Hell) but its formation marked the beginning of the great Myvatn Fires in 1724. From Viti there is a good view over the geothermal zone of Leirhnjukur and the lava field formed in the Krafla Fires. Next we explore the solfatara field of Hverir at Námaskarð where ground water is heated by an underground magma intrusion. After a short walk around the fumaroles and mud pits we head for the final destination of the tour, the Nature Baths, where visitors get the chance to bathe in the silky smooth geothermal water (entrance fee to the pool not included, to be paid on the spot). After the stop at the Nature Baths we drive back to Akureyri where estimated arrival time is around 17:30.

Day 3:
The town of Húsavík is known as the whale watching centre of Iceland. On this day you get the chance to spot some of the largest creatures on earth. Take the morning bus to Húsavík (approx. 1 hour drive). After arrival in Husavik you have time to explore the town on your own or visit any of the museums, such as the Whale Centre, The Municipal Museum or the beautiful wooden church on the harbour. At 13:30 the boat departs from Husavik harbour for a 3-hour whale watching tour, looking for whales in the Skjálfandaflói bay. Alternatively, you may take take morning sailing and have have free time after the boat tour. The schedule bus will bring you back to Akureyri just after 18:00..

Day 4: Transfer to Akureyri airport for the flight back to Reykjavík. If you choose a late afternoon or evening flight, then you have possibility for another optional tour.

Price per person from:
In double per person :

Single supplement:
Option 1: Hotel, double/twin room with private facilities, incl. breakfast
ISK 163.500
ISK 43.700
Option 2: Studio Modern Apt.for 2 persons, with private hot tub, self-catering
ISK 143.700
ISK 45.500
Option 3: Guesthouse, double/twin with shared facilities, incl. breakfast
ISK 128.800
ISK 15.500

Prices include:
- Flights Reykjavík-Akureyri-Reykjavík with airport taxes
- Arrival/departure transfers in Akureyri
- 3 nights accommodation, double/twin room/apartment
- Goðafoss/Mývatn guided coach tour
- Whale watching tour incl.bus transfer and guided boat tour
$
3,455
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
This is a classic circle tour around Iceland, including all the major sights of interest along the ring road with the addition of Snaefellsnes peninsula. ... more
Highlights include the Golden Circle, Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, Lake Myvatn and Dettifoss waterfall just to name a few. The Classic Circle offers an even pace to enjoy the serenity of Icelandic nature with views of volcanic mountains and craters, lakes, waterfalls, clear rivers, green meadows dotted with flowes and patches of arctic cottongrass with sheep roaming around freely. All this in contrast with the whiteness of glaciers.
ITINERARY  Day 1: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK – REYKJAVIK  Individual arrival to Iceland. Transfer, self organised, from Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik and your accommodation (transfers ... morecan be pre booked through Nonni Travel). 

Day 2: REYKJAVIK - SNAEFELLSNES - BORGARNES
Drive north out of the city along the ring road to Borgarfjordur and further to Snaefellsnes peninsula which is often referred to as the Iceland in miniature since practically all natural phenomena that you find around Iceland can be found there – only on a slightly smaller scale! Lava fields, volcanic craters, glacier, waterfalls, sandy beaches, charming fishing towns, bird cliffs and more.Snaefellsnes peninsula is also the only area in Iceland where mineral water springs can be found. Accommodation in Borgarnes.

Day 3: BORGARNES - SKAGAFJORDUR - SIGLUFJORDUR
From Borgarnes we head north along the ring road towards Hrutafjordur continuing along the fjords and through green pastures and valleys towards Skagafjordur. Holar in Hjaltadalur with the old cathedral is one of the historical sights of interest along the way before we continue north around the Troll peninsula to Siglufjordur, a charming fishing town at the foot of the high mountains where we stay overnight.
For some departures the accommodation will be at Holar and we drive to Siglufjordur the next morning. 

Day 4: EYJAFJORDUR - AKUREYRI
In the morning some time free to explore Siglufjordur or visit the award winning Herring Era museum. Around noon we depart Siglufjordur and drive south along the coast of Eyjafjordur. The scenic route along the fjord offers great views of Hrisey Island and the mountainous landscape on the way to Akureyri. 
Along the way there is a possibility to stop at one of the small fishing villages and have an optional visit to a local micro-brewery or try out a beer spa (not included in the price).
In Akureyri we start with a short orientation sightseeing drive around this charming town with numerous interesting museums, the northernmost botanical garden, etc. Rest of the day free to explore the city or possibility for an optional tour (e.g. whale watching, horseback riding, sailing to Hrisey/Grimsey Island, etc.). Accommodation in Akureyri.

Day 5: LAKE MYVATN
We drive east along Eyjafjordur to Godafoss waterfall Then continue to Laxa river and Lake Myvatn area where we spend the day exploring the natural volcanic wonders. We enter the Rift zone and along the way you will see clear signs of past activity, as recent as 1975-84. Among the highlights are pseudocraters at Skutustadir, Dimmuborgir (The Dark Castle) and the solfatara field at Namaskard with its boiling mud pits and steam vents.
In summer months the Lake is teeming with bird life as various bird and duck species come nesting in the surroundings of the lake. There will also be with several possibilities for short (easy) hikes and a chance for a relaxing bath in the Nature Baths geothermal lagoon. Accommodation in the area of Lake Myvatn or in Husavik.

Day 6: HUSAVIK - DETTIFOSS - EGILSSTADIR
We drive around the Tjornes peninsula. Reaching the northern tip of Jokulsargljufur national park we stop at Asbyrgi, a horseshoe shaped canyon. We continue south towards the Dettifoss – Europe's most powerful waterfall. Further east the drive takes us through the desert land of Modrudalsoraefi with views of Mt Herdubreid – considered to be one of the most beautiful mountains in Iceland. On our way further through Jokuldalur we can enjoy the view of numerous waterfalls that drop down from the top of the hills. The drive goes through Egilsstadir and the day ends in the East fjords. Accommodation in the area.

Day 7: EAST FJORDS - JOKULSARLON GLACIAL LAGOON - SKAFTAFELL NATIONAL PARK
We drive along the East Fjords coastal road towards Hofn and continue along the Vatnajokull glacier and its outlets. At the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon an optional amphibian boat tour amongst the icebergs is available. Here we are also within walking distance of the sea. If lucky, we might spot a seal near the shore or even in the lagoon. The next stop will be Skaftafell national park – a green oasis surrounded by the glacier and the sands of glacial rivers. Here we have a chance for a walk through the park to Svartifoss waterfall. Overnight at a country hotel in the area of Skaftafell or Kirkjubaejarklaustur.

Day 8: KIRKJUBAEJARKLAUSTUR - VIK - SELFOSS
We travel across the sands of glacial rivers and lava fields towards the village Kirkjubaejarklaustur and further to Vik. Here we can observe the Reynisdrangar cliffs in the sea and the black sandy beach that stretches as far as the eye can see. We stop at Reynisfjara beach or Dyrholaey and continue towards Solheimajokull glacier and make a stop at Skogar with the impressive Skogafoss waterfall. At Thorvaldseyri we will visit the exhibition on the infamous volcano eruption of 2010. Further along the way another stop will be made at Seljalandsfoss waterfall and we end the day in in the area of Selfoss.

Day 9: REYKJAVIK - KEFLAVIK - DEPARTURE
Today we have three more highlights to visit. First we drive to Gullfoss waterfall – the Golden Falls which drops in two cascades deep into the gorge of Hvita glacial river; we visit the Geysir geothermal area with an abundance of hot springs. We wait for the most active of the geysers, Strokkur, which spouts a steaming column of water into the air every 5-10 minutes. Continuing past Lake Laugarvatn we drive to Thingvellir national park, the site of the first parliament, founded in 930. Thingvellir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural value. The Lake with its surroundings is a place of great geological interest. We end the day at our accommodation in Reykjavik.

Day 10: REYKJAVIK - KEFLAVIK - DEPARTURE
Breakfast and transfer to Keflavik airport under own arrangement in time for flight departure.

Available dates:

14 June - 23 June 2018
21 June - 30 June 2018 / also guided in German /separate tour
05 July – 14 July 2018
12 July - 21 July 2018
19 July - 28 July 2018
09 August – 18 August 2018
16 August - 25 August 2018

Price per person: ISK 362.900
Supplement for single room: ISK 111.900

(small groups - max. 16 participants)

Included in the package price:

Coach with English speaking driver-guide as per itinerary (day 2 – day 9) 

9 nights accommodation in double/twin rooms with private facilities,breakfast included

5 x dinners

Admission fee to Herring Era Museum

Not included in the package price: optional tours, admission to museums and meals others than specified above.

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:

17 May - 26 May 2018
24 May - 2 June 2018
31 May - 09 June 2018
07 June - 16 June 2018
28 June - 07 July 2018
23 August - 01 September 2018
11 September - 20 September 2018
$
2,892
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
This tour is a showcase of the best that Iceland has to offer. We visit Snaefellsnes peninsula which is like Iceland in miniature. In the north we travel through landscapes shaped ... moreby ice-age glaciers and stay in Iceland´s most charming town—Akureyri. One of the main highlights is Lake Myvatn, teeming bird life in volcanic surroundings: craters, lava fields, solfataras and a geothermal lagoon. Travelling south we cross the highlands via Kjolur and end the tour visiting the geysers and waterfalls of South Iceland.
Day 1: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK – REYKJAVIK  Individual arrival to Iceland. Transfer , self organised, Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik and your accommodation (transfers can be ... morebooked through Nonni Travel). 

Day 2: THINGVELLIR - KALDIDALUR - HRAUNFOSSAR - REYKHOLT
We drive to Thingvellir national park - the site of the first parliament, founded in 930. Thingvellir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural value. The Thingvellir Lake with its surroundings is a place of great geological interest. From there we continue via Kaldidalur highland route which takes us close to Langjokull glacier. We continue towards Borgarfjorður, stopping at the Hraunfossar waterfalls where cold springs of subterranean water seep through the lava and run as tiny waterfalls and rapids into the Hvita glacial river. We will also visit the old bishopric Reykholt as well as the geyser Deildartunguhver before ending the day at our accommodation in the Borgarfjordur area.

Day 3: SNAEFELLSNES PENINSULA 
From Borgarnes we drive to one of the most beautiful parts of Iceland, Snaefellsnes peninsula. We start along the southern shore of the peninsula where we observe most of the natural phenomena that can be found around Iceland – only on a much smaller scale: lava fields, volcanic craters, glacier, waterfalls, sandy beaches, charming fishing towns, bird cliffs and more. We drive around Snaefellsjokull glacier and and along the northern side of the peninsula all the way to the village of Stykkisholmur where we overnight.

Day 4: STYKKISHOLMUR - SIGLUFJORDUR - AKUREYRI
Continuing east along the northern coast we enjoy the views of the numerous islands in Breiðafjordur bay, crossing over into Hrutafjordur and back to the ring road no.1. We continue along the fjords and through green pastures and valleys towards Skagafjordur. Holar in Hjaltadalur with the old cathedral is one of the historical sights of interest along the way before we continue north around the Troll peninsula to Siglufjordur. In Siglufjordur we have the opportunity to visit the award winning Herring Era museum where we get a glimpse into the times when this charming little village was a thriving fishing town. Our route then continues through three tunnels and along the coastal road to our accommodation in Akureyri.

Day 5: GODAFOSS WATERFALL - LAKE MYVATN
Today we will see some of the most impressive sights in north Iceland. We drive east along Eyjafjordur towards Godafoss waterfall. Then continue to Laxa river and Lake Myvatn area where we spend the day exploring the natural volcanic wonders. We enter the Rift zone and along the way you will see clear signs of past activity, as recent as 1975-84. Among the highlights are pseudocraters at Skutustadir, Dimmuborgir (The Dark Castle) and the solfatara field at Namaskard with its boiling mud pits and steam vents.
In summer months the Lake is teeming with bird life as various bird and duck species come nesting in the surroundings of the lake. We return to our accommodation in Akureyri in the late afternoon.

Day 6: AKUREYRI - KJOLUR - GOLDEN CIRCLE
From Akureyri we take the ring road back west towards Varmahlid and continue south via the Kjolur highland road. We stop at Hveravellir hot spring area with a chance for a quick dip in the natural geothermal pool or a stroll around the boiling hot springs. The road further south goes in between the Langjokull and Hofsjokull glacier through desert land. Passing the glacial lake of Hvitarvatn we reach Gullfoss waterfall – the Golden Falls and visit the Geysir area where we wait for Strokkur geyser which spouts regurlary every 5-10 minutes! Accommodation in the area.

Day 7: SOUTH SHORE
We drive towards Selfoss then east along the ring road which will bring us to Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss – two of the most iconic waterfalls in Iceland. The drive continues at the foot of Eyjafjoll mountains where the infamous Eyjafjallajokull volcano rests under the glacier of the same name. We drive on to the village of Vik and also make a stop at Reynisfjara black sand beach with a view of Reynisdrangar cliffs in the sea and the Dyrholaey promontory. Then we head back west ending the day at our accommodation in Reykjavik.

Day 8: REYKJAVIK - KEFLAVIK - DEPARTURE
Breakfast. Airport shuttle transfer to Keflavik airport, self organised - please pre-book at the hotel reception the evening before if you have not pre-booked with Nonni Travel. If your flight departs late afternoon, then you have the possibility to add an optional whalewatching boat tour in the morning or visit the Blue Lagoon prior to your departure flight with drop off at Keflavik international airport (surcharge).

Available dates:

29 June - 6 July 2018
20 July - 27 July 2018
03 August – 10 August 2018

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:

13 July - 20 July 2018
27 July - 3 August 2018
10 August - 17 August 2018
31 August - 7 September 2018
7 September - 14 September 2018
14 September - 21 September 2018

Included in the package price:
Coach with English speaking driver-guide as per itinerary (day 2 – day 7) 
7 nights accommodation in double/twin rooms with private facilities,breakfast included
4x dinners
$
1,630
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
This tour is a quick introduction to south and west Iceland with a glimpse towards the north. We visit the pearls of south Iceland: geysers, waterfalls, black sandy beaches and then ... morecross the highlands to the north via Kjolur highland route with a stop at the Hveravellir hot springs with a possibility for a soak in a natural geothermal pool. We conclude this circle route of the south and west of Iceland by exploring the magical Snaefellsnes peninsula.

Highlights

The Golden Circle

The South Shore of Iceland

Hveravellir geothermal area

Snaefellsnes peninsula
ITINERARY Day 1 - Wednesday: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK–REYKJAVIK Individual arrival to Iceland. Self organised transfer - Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik to your accommodation ... more(transfers can be booked through Nonni Travel).

Day 2 - Thursday: REYKJAVIK–SOUTH SHORE
We drive east along the south coast of Iceland. We stop at the inspiring waterfalls of Seljalandsfoss and Skogafoss, where we also get the chance to visit the interesting Skogar regional museum. We take an easy hike at Reynisfjara beach , following on with a drive to the village of Vik with its black sandy beach stretching as far as the eye can see, with impressive views of the Reynisdrangar cliffs rising out of the ocean. Returning to Selfoss we make a detour through the charming coastal villages of Stokkseyri and Eyrarbakki along the south coast of Iceland.

Accommodation in country hotel in the area of Selfoss.

Day 3 - Friday: SELFOSS–THINGVELLIR-GEYSIR-GULLFOS-KJOLUR/HVERAVELLIR
The day starts with a drive along the southern shore of Lake Thingvallavatn with views of the steamy slopes of Mt Hengill. We visit the Thingvellir national park – the site of the old parliament and place of great geological interest. The route continues to the Geyser area, where the most active one named Strokkur spouts impressively every 5-10 minutes. We drive to breath-taking Gullfoss waterfall (the Golden Falls) and then head on north via the Kjolur highland route. This off road experience takes us between the Langjokull and Hofsjokull glaciers. Mid point we reach Hveravellir a geothermal area with a natural pool where we have the chance to take a dip in its geothermal waters or take a stroll around the hot springs in this desert oasis. We drive further north across the interior of Iceland and end the day in the area of Miðfjorður.

Accommodation in a country hotel.

Day 4 - Saturday: LAUGARBAKKI–SNAEFELLSNES– REYKJAVIK
Today we travel south again, this time along the ring road before turning off towards the Snaefellsnes peninsula which we can refer to as »Iceland in miniature«; practically all natural phenomena that exist all around Iceland can be found on the peninsula – only on a rather smaller scale! There are volcanic mountains and craters, lava fields, a glacier, waterfalls, sandy beaches, columnar basalt formations, bird cliffs, etc. Snaefellsnes peninsula is also the only area in Iceland where mineral water springs can be found. We circle around the peninsula, then drive through Borgarnes and finally arrive in Reykjavik where we stay overnight.

Day 5 - Sunday: REYKJAVIK–KEFLAVIK – DEPARTURE
Breakfast . Self organised airport transfer to Keflavik airport for check in time for international flights - please pre-book at the hotel reception the evening before if you have not pre-booked with Nonni Travel. If your flight departs late afternoon, then you have the possibility to add an optional whalewatching boat tour in the morning or a visit to the Blue Lagoon with a follow on transfer to Keflavik international airport (surcharge).

Departures: Wednesdays

Available dates:

27 June - 1 July 2018
11 July - 15 July 2018
25 July - 29 July 2018
01 August – 05 August 2018
08 August – 12 August 2018
22 August – 26 August 2018
29 August – 02 September 2018
05 September – 09 September 2018

Price per person:

In double/twin room
ISK 173.900
Supplement for single room
ISK 44.900

Included in the package price:

4 nights accommodation in room w/private facilities, including breakfast

Coach transportation as per itinerary – day 2 – 4

Local English speaking driver-guide – day 2 – 4

2x dinner

Admission fee to volcano exhibition at Thorvaldseyri

Not included in the package price:

Optional tours

Admission to museums

Meals others than specified above.

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:
12 September - 16 September 2018
$
105
/ Person
$
55
/ Child
Destination:
Iceland
Let's go searching for some of the largest sea mammals of the world! Highlights Whales and dolphins Old harbour of Reykjavik ... more

Sailing on the Atlantic

Puffins in summer time

Various sea birds

View of Reykjavik from the sea
The tour commences at our ticket office in the Old Harbour in downtown Reykjavik where you can exchange your pre-paid voucher for admission tickets. Merely steps away you will find ... moreour Visitor Centre, facilitated on board a converted fishing vessel permanently placed by the pier, which is where you will meet our crew for the day. Before (or after) the tour you can stroll through our souvenir shop, have a drink at the Whale Café or enjoy the onboard whale exhibition located in the hull of the boat. The show includes multimedia images and videos of whales as well as fun facts about the cetaceans and other marine animals we are likely to come across on the tour. From that point you will be show to our whale watching vessel where the tour takes place.

Once on board the tour boat you will find several outdoor viewing platforms, a large indoor saloon with an on board café where you can buy light refreshments, basic bathroom facilities and a cloak room where you can borrow one of our blankets or overalls on colder days. You can either stay outside in the fresh air but you are also welcome to stay inside the heated lounge and observe the views from within, through our large panoramic windows. One of our excellent guides will commentate on the sights and views at hand through the intercom system on board and will be available to you and happy to answer any questions you may have throughout the tour.

Summer season (1 April - 31 October) is great for whale watching, as the wildlife in the bay is at it's highest peak! This is the time when the Minke whales are at their most abundant, along with White-beaked dolphins, Harbour porpoises and the occasional Humpback whales, giving us the chance to enjoy and understand them in their natural environment. Winter season (1 November - 31 March) is a whole other experience and adventure compared to our summer tours. Each year continues to surprise us with the wildlife it offers. The winter low lying sun is also something not to be missed, as it casts a warm glow over the white-capped mountains surrounding the bay and to breathe in the winter's fresh and crisp air is just incredible.

The most common cetacean in the area are the Minke whales, White-beaked dolphins and Harbour porpoises. Occasionally we spot other species including Humpback whales, Killer whales/Orcas, Fin whales and Blue whales to name but a few.

The weather can change quite frequently in Iceland and therefore we reserve the right to alter routes and itineraries by sailing from other harbours in the nearby area where the weather or sightings are more favourable each time, which could result in a slightly longer tour. Please consult with our ticket sales staff if you are on a tight schedule.

Please be aware that the tours are run in wild nature and we can never guarantee sightings on a particular tour. The estimated duration of tours are standard times and can change according to conditions at sea. Although our success rate is high, the cetacean abundance is unpredictable and varies with the food availability of our shores.

Free access to the Elding-Whale Watching Centre
Café on board the boats.
Warm overalls/raincoats can be provided free of charge.
$
105
/ Person
$
50
/ Child
Destination:
Iceland
Humpbacks, minke whales, dolphins and porpoises are commonly spotted during these popular tours. To ensure that the animals are not disturbed by our presence, we sail at a constant ... morespeed towards the whales’ habitat. As a result, a variety of species, from humpback whales to tiny porpoises, often surface close to the boat.

Departing from Oddeyrarbót pier right in the heart of Akureyri town this 3-hour tour takes you out cruising through prime whale viewing areas.

The tour offers the full whale watching and wildlife experience with professional guides that help to enrich your knowledge and understanding of the fjord‘s ecosystem, geology, history and folklore.
Here is your chance to see the incredible Eyjafjord Humpbacks in their natural habitat. The warmth of the summer sun brings vibrant life and plentitude of food to the fjord and following ... moreit, in a feeding frenzy, come the larger-than-life Humpbacks.

Our specially trained whale watching guides are experts at spotting them and telling you all about their behaviour, any question you have, we promise you an answer. Our ship is the only high speed, specially modified, whale watching ship in Iceland. Capable of carrying 200 persons with spectacular views from our “cinema styled” viewing platforms. Its speed guarantees availability of whale watching tours from Akureyri, where ever the whales might be located in the deepest fjord in Iceland. With ample indoor and outdoor seating, bar and cafeteria, you can be sure that the ride is comfortable and pleasant even at speed.

Daily departures in 2017:
1st -12th May 2017
13:00
1st June - 11th August 2017:
09:00, 10:00, 13:00, 14:00, 17:00, 20:30

13th May - 31st May
12th August - 30 September 2017:
09:00, 13:00,17:00

October 2017
(after 14th October 2017)
09:00, 13:00
(only at 13:00)

Price per person: ISK 10.990
Children 7 -15 years: ISK 5.495
Children under 6 years: free

Tour fact sheet

Three hour whale watching tour

360° panorama from top deck

Commentary through on board sound system

Amole indoor cabin

Light snacks, sandwiches, coffee, beer & soft drinks available for purchase on board
$
205
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
Join us on a tour to magical Lake Mývatn and the filming sites of the latest Game of Thrones series. Highlights: Filming locations from Beyond the Wall series of Game of Thrones... more
Goðafoss waterfall
Lake Mývatn
Volcanic craters and lava fields
Solfatara field with boiling mudpits and steam vents
Soak in the geothermal water of the Nature Baths
Let the “Game of Thrones” expert guide take you around the iconic sites where some of this popular HBO series was filmed. The Mývatn area was the location chosen for the 'Beyond the ... moreWall' scenes in the 3rd season. Filming took place in 2012. After Kit Harington (aka Jon Snow) broke his ankle in July, filming in Iceland did not begin until late November. This gave the crew a chance to experience the snow, frost and blizzards of an Icelandic winter and gave the actors a real sense of life Beyond the Wall.

Beyond the Wall is home to the Wildlings or Free Folk under the rule of their king Mance Rayder. Under his command the Wildlings are gathering an army. The White Walkers however are on the move, threatening both the Seven Kingdoms and the land of the Free Folk. Jon Snow must join the Wildling army to try to discover Mance Rayder’s plans.

Not only will you see where “Game of Thrones” was filmed, you also get to see where J.R. Tolkien got his inspiration for the magical world of Lord of the Rings and find out about his strong connections to Iceland.

The first stop on this tour is at Goðafoss waterfall, famed not only for its beauty, but also as the scene of historical events from the saga times.

Apart from visiting the “Game of Thrones” location sites this tour also stops at many other places of interest, such as Dimmuborgir (Dark castles), Grjotagja (caves with underground hot river), Hverir (bubbling mud pits and steam vents), ending the tour at the Mývatn Nature Baths geothermal lagoon.

“Beware the winter is coming!”

Departures: All year

Price per person (summer 2017 & winter 2017-18) : ISK 22.000,-
Minimum 2 persons

Included in the price:

Transportation and guidance

A surprise Icelandic souvenir

Entrance fee to the Mývatn Nature Baths

Lunch is not included in the tour price. However, a stop will be made at a local restaurant where lunch or refreshments can be purchased.
$
3,130
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
This tour will take you to some of the most exciting parts of Iceland. We start with the gems of South Iceland, such as the geysers, waterfalls and black sandy beaches. Then we turn ... moreaway from the crowds and to the edge of the southern highlands - the colourful Landmannalaugar geothermal area. Next we explore the Westfjords where we stop at the westernmost point of Europe at Latrabjarg cliffs. Sailing accross Breidafjordur is an adventure in itself. We end the tour travelling around the magical Snaefellsnes peninsula.

Highlights

The South Shore of Iceland

Landmannalaugar Highland Area

Latrabjarg cliffs in the Westfjords

Snaefellsnes peninsula

Guaranteed and confirmed pre-booked accommodation
Day 1: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK – REYKJAVIK Individual arrival to Iceland. Transfer , self organised, from Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik and your accommodation (transfers ... morecan be pre booked through Nonni Travel).

Day 2: REYKJAVIK - GOLDEN CIRCLE
We start the drive around the country by visiting three of Iceland's best known sights. Thingvellir national park, the site of the first parliament, founded in 930. Thingvellir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural value. The Lake with its surroundings presents also a place of great geological interest. Passing Lake Laugarvatn we visit the Geysir geothermal area with abundance of hot springs. We wait for the most active of the geysers, Strokkur which spouts a coloumn of water into the air every 5-10 minutes. To Gullfoss waterfall – the Golden Falls which drops in two cascades deep into the gorge of Hvítá glacial river;
We continue towards the southern coast and end the day in the area of Selfoss or Hvolsvollur.

Day 3: LANDMANNALAUGAR - SOUTH SHORE
We drive towards Hekla, passing through Domadalur valley on our way to the colourful Landmannalaugar national park area. There we will take a short hike in the fascinating volcanic surroundings. The route then continues along the highland road Fjallabak road North passing by Eldgja and through the area of Torfajokull National Park, part of the Northern volcanic zone which is the most active volcanic area in Iceland today. We reach the main ring road and head west towards Vik and make short stops at the waterfalls of Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss as we continue towards Selfoss area where we stay overnight.

Day 4: BORGARFJORDUR
We drive towards Nesjavellir, set at the foot of Mt. Hengill on the southern shore of Lake Thingvallavatn. From the lake we drive the scenic country route which takes us around the Hvalfjordur bay further across the hills and through meadows to Borgarfjordur. We visit the waterfalls Hraunfossar and Barnafoss, the historical site of Reykholt and the hot spring Deildartunguhver. We stay overnight in Borgarfjordur area.

Day 5: THE WESTFJORDS - LATRABJARG CLIFFS
We depart the beautiful Borgarfjordur area and drive towards Budardalur and onwards to the Westfjords. We travel along the coastal road around the fjords with views of Breiðafjordur bay and its islands as well as slopes with tiny waterfalls and lush vegetation. We drive all the way to the westernmost point of Europe at Latrabjarg where we spend some time at the bird cliffs with thousands of nesting sea birds, among others puffins and guillemots. We end the day in the area of Patreksfjordur.

Day 6: BREIDAFJORDUR - SNAEFELLSNES
We drive back along the coastal road as far as Brjanslaekur. Here we board the ferry which will take us across Breidafjordur bay. While sailing to Stykkisholmur we can enjoy the scenery of the distance mountains of the Westfjords as well as Snaefellsnes peninsula. We pass the island of Flatey where we get a glimpse of the old houses near the harbour. We disembark in Stykkisholmur and continue along the northern coast of the Snaefellsnes peninsula, driving through small fishing towns and villages and and around the Snaefellsjokull glacier/volcano. Accommodation in the area of Hellnar.

Day 7: SNAEFELLSNES - REYKJAVIK
We drive along the southern side of Snaefellsnes peninsula. Snaefellsnes is often referred to as Iceland in miniature since practically all natural phenomena that can be found around Iceland can be seen there – only on a slightly smaller scale!. Snaefellsnes peninsula is also the only area in Iceland where mineral water springs can be found. We drive towards Borgarnes and continue towards Hvalfjordur and through the submarine tunnel to our accommodation in Reykjavik.

Day 8: REYKJAVIK - KEFLAVIK - DEPARTURE
Breakfast. Self organised airport shuttle transfer to Keflavik airport - please pre-book at the hotel reception the evening before if you have not pre-booked with Nonni Travel. If your flight departs late afternoon, then you have the possibility to add an optional whalewatching boat tour in the morning or visit the Blue Lagoon before your departure flight with drop off to Keflavik international airport having enjoyed the geothermal waters of the lagoon (surcharge).

Available dates:
6 July - 13 July 2018
13 July - 20 July 2018
03 August – 10 August 2018
17 August – 24 August 2018

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:
29 June - 6 July 2018
20 July - 27 July 2018
10 August - 17 August 2018
24 August - 31 August 2018
31 August - 7 September 2018
7 September - 14 September 2018
14 September - 21 September 2018

Price per person:
In double/twin room
Supplement for single room
ISK 333.900
ISK 85.900

Included in the package price:

Coach with English speaking driver-guide as per itinerary (day 2 – day 7)

7 nights accommodation in double/twin rooms with private facilities,breakfast included

4x dinners

Ferry transfer Brjanslaekur-Stykkisholmur for passengers and coach with driver /one way

Not included in the package price:

Optional tours

Admission to museums

Meals others than specified above.
$
1,580
-
$
1,990
/ Person
Destination:
Iceland
This tour includes all the highlights of the north as well as some delights off the beaten track. The landscapes are diverse: high mountains, valleys and fjords carved out by the ice ... moreage glaciers and moonlike volcanic scenery that are out of this world. No tour in Iceland is complete without waterfalls and this one includes one of the most beautiful (Godafoss) and the most powerful (Dettifoss). Staying in both Akureyri and Myvatn provides a good mix of the hustle and bustle of a small town and the serenity of the countryside.
Day 1, Saturday: AKUREYRI & SURROUNDINGS  Flight from Reykjavik , arrival to Akureyri (not included in the tour package) and transfer to the city. We start a 4-hour tour of Akureyri ... moreand the surrounding area. During the tour we drive through the old centre with charming old houses and visit the church of Akureyri which towers over the downtown area. In clear weather we drive up to the hills above Akureyri from where we get a great view over the town and the fjord. Then we head on to one of the valleys in Eyjafjordur area where we visit a typical Icelandic farm, enjoy light refreshment, get the chance to meet with the locals and pet the farm animals.
After the tour, check in at the hotel in Akureyri and the rest of the afternoon is free to explore the town centre. A visit to the swimming pool is highly recommended!

Optional tour in the evening (not included):
- in summer: Arctic Circle Express to Grimsey Island (June – 10 August) or whale watching 
- in autumn/winter: Northern lights tour 
Accommodation in Akureyri

Day 2 – Sunday: GODAFOSS - LAKE MYVATN 
We drive east along Eyjafjordur towards Godafoss waterfall. Then continue to Laxá river and Lake Myvatn area where we spend the day exploring the natural volcanic wonders. We enter the Rift zone and along the way you will see clear signs of past activity, as recent as 1975-84. Among the highlights are pseudocraters at Skutustadir, Dimmuborgir (The Dark Castle) and the solfatara field at Namaskard with its boiling mud pits and steam vents. 
In summer months the Lake is teeming with bird life as various bird and duck species come nesting in the surroundings of the lake.
During the cold winter months large parts of the lake freezes which offers possibilities for various activity on the ice. Accommodation in the area of Lake Myvatn for the next 2 nights.

Day 3 - Monday: HUSAVIK COUNTRY TOUR
Daytour to Husavik and the countryside. We drive north through the desert land of Holasandur and past the Laxavirkjun hydro-electric power station on the beautiful Laxa river in the green valley of Adaldalur. Here we visit the old turf farm and folk museum at Grenjadarstaður which offers a glimpse into the times of the past. We continue to the thriving fishing village of Husavik which has become particularly well known for whale watching and the Whale Museum based in the town. We have time to visit the museum and learn about these impressive sea mammals. 
We return to Lake Myvatn, there is a possibility to re visit the Nature Baths, enjoy a local hike or join a riding tour in the area. 
Accommodation in the area of Lake Myvatn.

Day 4 - Tuesday: DETTIFOSS - AKUREYRI
Drive to Dettifoss, Europe’s most powerfull waterfall which drops 45m deep into the canyon of Jokulsargljufur. The tour involves an easy 20-min. walk by a gravel path to reach the waterfall (summer months).
During winter it may be necessary to walk through snow to get to the waterfall but the majestic view is well worth the effort. Reaching Dettifoss is dependent on weather and road conditions during winter months. If this case an alternative itinerary will be offerred.
We leave Lake Myvatn area and return to Akureyri. 
Overnight in hotel in Akureyri.

Day 5 - Wednesday: AKUREYRI - REYKJAVIK 
Morning free to explore the city on your own. Early afternoon transfer to Akureyri airport in time for your flight to Reykjavik or Keflavik ( self organised or pre booked by Nonni Travel for you).

Available dates:

19 May - 23 May 2018 
26 May - 30 May2018 
02 June - 06 June2018 
09 June - 13 June 2018 
23 June - 27 June 2018 
14 July -18 July 2018 
11 August - 15 August 2018 
25 August - 29 August 2018 

Low season
06 October - 10 October 2018
13 October - 17 October 2018
03 November - 07 November 2018

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:
20 October - 24 October 2018
27 October - 31 October 2018
10 November - 14 November 2018
17 November - 21 November 2018
24 November - 28 November 2018
1 December - 5 December 2018
8 December - 12 December 2018

Included in the package price:

Transporation in a private coach with an English speaking driver guide as per itinerary
4 nights accommodation in room w/private facilities, breakfast included 
2x dinner
Farm visit with light refreshments
Admission fee to Grenjadarstadur museum and whale museum in Husavik
Not included in the package price: flights, optional tours, admission fees and meals others than specified above.

Optional services not included in the basic package, per person:
Flight Reykjavík-Akureyri, incl.airport tax /one way from ISK 15.500
*Flight Keflavík-Akureyri, incl.airport tax /one way from ISK 12.800
(*only available when it connects with international flight to/from Iceland)
The airfares are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Optional tours: (prices for 2018 will be updated shortly):
Whale watching boat tour from Akureyri:
Arctic Circle Express boat tour to Grimsey: 
Askja super jeep tour from Lake Mvyatn:
Lofthellir lava ice caves from Lake Myvatn:
Northern Lights tour from Akureyri (off-season): 
Admission fee to the Nature Baths :

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