Let’s embark on an epic journey and circumnavigate the island of ice and fire via the ring road.
We will travel for seven days around Iceland along the ring road, showing you the remote, the unknown, off the beaten track places under the midnight sun. We’ll also visit some of the most famous places and landmarks in Iceland that no one wants to miss.
Fully escorted 7-day bus tour with an English-speaking guide along the ring road
Accommodation with shared facilities. Breakfast included.
Entrance with towel at Myvatn Nature Baths
Entrance to all museums
Good to know:
Please limit your luggage to 1 medium sized suitcase per person
We will stop for lunch on our way and have dinner at our accommodation
Bring with you: Warm clothes, hiking shoes.
Accommodation: During these 6 nights we will stay at different types of accommodations, ranging from bed & breakfast to hotels.
We start this amazing journey by going on the famous Golden Circle Route. On the Golden Circle Route, we visit Thingvellir National Park, Gullfoss Waterfall, and Geysir Geothermal Area. We also make a stop at the small town Fludir, before heading to the famous waterfall Seljalandsfoss.
Today we will travel along the South Coast of Iceland, stopping at many points of interests. We will explore the famous Skogafoss Waterfall, Reynisfjara Black Sand Beach and the small-town Vik. We also visit Eldhraun Lava Field, Fjadraglufur Gorge, Kirkjubaejarklaustur Village, and the amazing Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon.
Today we will explore the South-East of Iceland. We visit the small town Hornafjordur and the surrounding area where we might see some reindeer. We then go to Stokksnes and Djupivogur for some Icelandic nature and culture.
The East of Iceland is on the agenda today. We visit Lagarfljot Glacier Lake and depending on the weather we either visit Hengifoss Waterfall and Skriduklaustur, or we visit Seydisfjordur Fjord. We travel through a large wasteland until we reach the most powerful waterfall in Europe, Dettifoss.
On this day, we will explore the nature reserve of Lake Myvatn and its unique surroundings. We drive to Godafoss Waterfall (Waterfall of the Gods), and end the day in Iceland’s second largest town, Akureyri.
We leave Akureyri and thread through many small towns and villages, including Saudarkrokur. We visit Thristapar, and the stunning rock formation Hvitserkur.
We stop at a local museum at Reykir, before visiting several sites in the Borgarfjordur Area. We also visit the largest hot springing the world, Deildartunguhver, as well as we visit Hraunfossar and Barnafossar Waterfalls. On the way back to Reykjavik we drive through Hvalfjordur Fjord.