Exclusive Small Group Iceland Adventure
4 September - 13 September 2023
This small country at the top of the world often feels like its own planet. A phenomenal destination, enchanting visitors with its colorful landscape and equally colorful inhabitants, unique history, funky capital, bottomless charm and endless opportunities for thrilling adventures.
Encounter the best of Iceland :
Discover the landmarks of the capital city of Reykjavík
Witness the wonders of the Golden Circle, including Gullfoss, Geysir, and Thingvellir National Park.
Hike Glaciers, waterfalls, black sand beaches and a dormant volcano
Enjoy Whale Watching, Snowmobiles, ATV's, horses, puffins and more
Soak in the healing waters of the famous Blue Lagoon.
Stay at a handpicked selection of premium accommodations.
Reykjavik is Iceland's capital city and is known for its vibrant culture and nightlife. You can take a walk around the city center, visit the Harpa Concert Hall, and see the Hallgrimskirkja, the largest church in Iceland. Iceland is famous for its stunning landscapes and scenic drives. You can rent a car and explore the countryside, stopping at various landmarks, such as the Golden Circle, the South Coast, and the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
Iceland is a country known for its unique and delicious cuisine, which combines traditional Nordic ingredients with modern cooking techniques. From fresh seafood to hearty stews, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Iceland's culinary scene. When it comes to dining out in Iceland, there is a wide range of options available to suit all tastes and budgets. From casual cafes and seafood shacks to gourmet restaurants, there is something for everyone. In addition, the country is home to several Michelin-starred restaurants, where you can experience the best of Icelandic cuisine in a fine dining setting.
Whether you're looking for a quick bite or a multi-course meal, the restaurants in Iceland are sure to provide a delicious and memorable dining experience. With its unique and flavorful cuisine, there's never been a better time to taste the flavors of Iceland.
The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are a natural phenomenon that occur in the high-latitude regions of the northern hemisphere. Iceland is one of the best places in the world to view this amazing sight, with its clear skies, low light pollution, and high latitude making it a prime destination for aurora hunters. No matter how you choose to see the Northern Lights, the experience is truly unforgettable. The vibrant colors and patterns of the lights dance across the sky, creating an ethereal and otherworldly display that leaves a lasting impression. In addition to the stunning natural beauty, there is also a sense of excitement and awe in the air, as onlookers marvel at the wonder of this celestial event.
Iceland is a country known for its stunning glaciers, which cover about 11% of the country's land area. These magnificent ice formations are the result of snow that has accumulated over many years, eventually compressing into dense ice. Visitors to Iceland have several opportunities to experience the glaciers up close. One popular activity is glacier hiking, where visitors can strap on crampons and explore the glaciers on foot. Another option is to take a helicopter tour, which provides a breathtaking bird's-eye view of the glaciers and the surrounding landscape.