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Discover our Unique Offers on Iceland Tours. From Vast Volcanic Landscapes to Seaside Capital City Reykjavik, Iceland offers a Unique Getaway like no other.
The first place to discover for Iceland tours, when touching down in the land of fire and ice, is the capital city of Reykjavik. The most famous city where the majority of Iceland’s population live. The country of geyser, fjord, lakes, valleys, arctic views and natural phenomena is fascinating. From the black sand beaches to the countryside, there are many things to do in Iceland. Iceland will give you an unforgettable and memorable holidays. Discover our uniques offers for holidays to Reykjavik.
There is over 1000 years of Icelandic history to discover so the best place to start would be a visit to the National Museum of Iceland. The distinctive Hallgrimskirkja Church towers above the city and defines Reyjavik’s skyline. A trip to the top allows you breathtaking views over the whole city and its magical surroundings.
Travellers will enjoy Reykjavik excursions. The many shopping arcades of Laugavegur, Bankastræti, Austurstræti, Lækjargata and Skólavörðustígur. For those interested in the outdoors there are many shops stocking popular outdoor clothing chains, trekking shops, perfect to stock up before you hit the rest of Iceland! Iceland is also very ahead in design so there many shops where you can catch the latest trends.
Thingvellir, a Unesco world heritage site at the east of Reykjavík is a historic site and national park in Iceland. Well-known for the Alping (Althnig), the Iceland's parliament from the 10th to 18th centuries.
Basing yourself in the city allows you the freedom to fully explore Iceland. There are handpicked offers on a selection of luxury hotels and you benefit from exclusive prices and exceptional discounts. A city centre hotel with superb facilities allows you to explore Iceland by day, and relax by night.
One of Iceland’s defining features is its volcanic surroundings. One of the most active volcanoes on earth, Hekla, stands out in the southern Icelandic sky at 5,000 ft and serves as inspiration for numerous artists, photographers and filmmakers. For a less imposing example of the volcanic landscape, visit Snaefellsjokull, which is the smallest glacier on the island. It last erupted in 261 AD but is considered culturally to be an enormous source of energy so is frequently visited by those with an interest in the supernatural and spiritual. During your tour you should visit the eyjafjallajokull, a volcano completely covered by an ice cap.
Due to the variety of Iceland's landscape there are several national parks to explore. Þingvellir is a national park in southwest Iceland and is a part of the 'Golden Circle'. It is also just a 45-minute ride from Reykjavik. To the Icelandic and tourists alike, it is rife with historical, cultural, and geological importance. In northeast Iceland, the horseshoe-shaped canyon, Ásbyrgi, stands waiting for those wishing to understand and appreciate the natural splendour of Iceland's varied landscape.
In Vatnajökull National Park, one of the most beautiful national park, the adventurer in you can explore the Jokulsarlon or the Skaftafell Ice Cave in the Skaftafell National Park. The overwhelmingly beautiful ice caves can be discovered through a tour company, private tours or guided tours, from where the caves can be visited.
Iceland offers unique natural experiences that are hard to find elsewhere. Mother Nature provides the most amazing of lightshows in the Iceland Northern Lights. Which can be seen from November to March across the country, including with northern lights tours. Aurora borealis, "gullfoss" waterfall and its legend, waterfalls, volcanos ... You can fin these sports during, hiking tours, biking tours, bus tours or even helicopter tours. You can try other activiy such as walk on ice, climbing, rafting, visit blue ice or crater. Choose your attraction
The unique geographical situation of Iceland also allows stunning wildlife to pass by its shores. From May to September whale watching tours and photo tours are offered to see magnificent humpback whales on their travels. The magnificent underwater giants can be seen from the different locations in the country including Reykjavík.
Tours in Iceland include also spas and natural swimming pools. and The Blue Lagoon is a geothermal spa which is believed to have natural healing powers. Perfect for honeymoon! A variety of luxury spa treatments are on offer here. The milky blue waters and surrounding features of lava make it an enchanting and mysterious experience unlike any other. There are restaurants on site as well serving up delicious Icelandic food. It is only a 40-minute drive from the bustling capital.
You don't need to just visit The Blue Lagoon in order to experience the geothermal side of Iceland. The landscape is dotted with lots of natural hot pools which people use to grab a beer with friends or relax after a long day. The positioning of these pools out in the open also ensures that they serve as great places to catch sight of the Northern Lights in Iceland.
Seljavallalaug is one of the oldest swimming pools in Iceland and is built into a hillside. It channels natural warm water that floods in through the rock face that makes up one of the four sides of the pool. It is situated in an otherwise untouched landscape which allows a feeling of true tranquillity and peacefulness. It takes around two hours to drive to Seljavellir from Reykjavik and the pool itself is a 15-minute walk from the carpark at Seljavallic.
The lake Myvatn in the northeast Iceland is a famous spot all year round. Perfect for a short expedition, you can find information in the small town called Reykjahlíð, or with your Iceland guided tours you can book.
Iceland is an island nation so there are vast quantities of seafood to enjoy. Traditionally dried stockfish is used as an alternative to bread when eating a meal and is made from fresh fish, mainly haddock and cod. 'Fish of the day' is a common dish in restaurants but fish stew and Icelandic lobster are also very popular.
For those with a sweet tooth, Iceland has delicious sweet treats waiting to be enjoyed. Try Snúður or Pönnukökur if you want to try Icelandic food but aren't quite prepared to dive off the deep end. Snúður is cinnamon-filled bread that is rolled covered in a chocolate, caramel or sugar glaze. Pönnukökur (which are similar to pancakes) is served rolled up with either a sugar topping or folded with whipped cream and jam.
At the National Museum of Iceland you can see 'Skyr' which is a traditional Icelandic dairy product that resembles yoghurt but is actually a cheese. To adapt to modern eating habits, flavours such as vanilla, berries, mango, coconut and liquorice are added. Its heritage derives from Nordic culture but now is only common in Iceland. It serves as an Icelandic meal at any time of the day!
Enjoy your Iceland tour with Voyage Prive. Explore this viking land with spectacular landscape, villages, volacanos and more. Iceland is an original getaway, an untamed landscape waiting to be discovered. A stay in Reykjavik is the perfect base to explore more of this young and vibrant country. Our exclusive offers on hotels will mean you get a great deal, especially thanks to our exclusive discounts and prices. Find easily flights to Keflavik international airport during your booking. Our unique selection of hotels will let you choose all tours to enjoy the country.