Want to explore Iceland? Book our all-inclusive 05 Days 04 Nights days Iceland Tour package from Dubai. Iceland’s landforms had been carefully (and ingeniously!) chiseled out by the Gods. It’s true that wherever you look in Iceland, you’ll see picture-perfect scenery. Iceland is one of the greatest sites in the world to see the natural phenomenon known as the northern lights. On a chilly, clear winter night, you could be lucky enough to see the mysterious green lights dancing in the sky. While it may be more enjoyable to imagine that the northern lights are pure enchantment, the phenomena of aurora borealis may be described scientifically as the consequence of highly charged electrons from the solar wind blitzing the upper atmosphere. Let’s simply call it magic, as we already stated. A swim in the hot water of the Blue Lagoon is on many people’s bucket lists, and for good reason. What’s not to love about crystal-blue geothermal water that stays between 98 and 102 degrees all year, with vistas of snow-covered lava rocks in every direction? After basking in the Blue Lagoon for a whole day, you’ll feel and look like a completely different person. The sulfur- and silica-rich water is renowned for its age-defying therapeutic properties. The 300-kilometer round trip, which begins and concludes in the capital city of Reykjavik, will take you to the most spectacular sections of Iceland in one day. Drive through ingvellir National Park, the Great Geysir at Haukadalur (which only erupts a few times a year), and the rainbow-making waterfall Gullfoss. Don’t forget to bring your camera; these will be the photographs you frame to remember your trip to Iceland. The Scandinavian cooking philosophy of using fresh fare from the surrounds implies that GMOs and artificial additives are less prevalent. Locals like Skyr, a creamy cheese-like dairy dish, but classic dishes you’ll know include lobster, salted fish, lamb, and—surprisingly—hot dogs.
Arrive REYKJEVIK meet & greet by representative – get transfer to hotel – Over night at hotel
Breakfast at Hotel-You will visit Höfði house where the all-important summit between The USA and The USSR took place when Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met back in 1986. Next we will visit Harpa concert hall and conference centre located right next to the old city harbour, a building which was awarded with the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award in 2013.
From Harpa we will drive to the City Hall where we will stop for a short walk over to the Parliament building which will give you the perfect opportunity to take a picture of the building and The Austurvöllur Park in front of it.
We will go to Hallgrímskirkja church, the largest church in Iceland and one of the country‘s tallest buildings. We get the chance to see everythgin at The Perlan glass dome with its 360° viewing platform before we head out to Bessastaðir which is the official residence of the President of Iceland. Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel- Follow in the footsteps of the Vikings of old as you walk down into the rift valley where the American and Eurasian continental plates are literally pulling apart at Þingvellir National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the birthplace of the oldest existing parliament.
Then at the Fontana Spa located at Laugarvatn, take advantage of the panoramic views while enjoying the natural saunas and bathing in the soothing warm pools of varying temperatures. In the saunas, hearing the boiling water bubble and gurgle below the floors is surreal – you can literally feel the geothermal power underneath the earth. Afterward, we continue on to the geothermal springs as the ground trembles and hot water spouts spectacularly skywards at the Geysir Hot spring area.
Experience the magnificence and power of Gullfoss Waterfall, a set of glacial river cascades falling 32 meters into a narrow canyon with a thunderous roar.
All in all – it’s the perfect combination of activities. Amazing must-do sightseeing, and a relaxing bathe in a geothermal spa set in a gorgeous location! Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel-Your South Coast adventure starts with a morning Reykjavik pick up. From Reykjavik you will drive along the stunning south coast of Iceland, through charming little villages and stunning landscapes passing Hellisheidi Geothermal Power plant. The first stop of the day will be at the unique Seljalandsfoss waterfall. Best known for the fact that you can walk behind the cascading fall, enjoying it from both sides. Next up is neighbouring Skogafoss waterfall. This mighty fall is simply stunning, surrounded by fascinating landscape so make sure to bring your camera along!
After admiring two of Iceland’s most visited attractions you will make your way to the small colourful village of Vik I Myrdal where you will have a lunch break with views over the powerful sea.
After Vik it is time for the famous Jokulsarlon Glacier Lagoon and its neighbouring Diamond beach. The lagoon has been a popular film location for many Hollywood movies such as James Bond and Batman Begins over the years which should not come as a huge surprise. The floating ice bergs on the lagoon are simply a magical sight. An experience you will definitely not forget! During the summer months from May to September you can even choose to enjoy an optional boat ride on the lagoon for a small fee to get closer to the icebergs. After admiring the lagoon and strolling along the Diamond beach you will start making your way back to Reykjavik stopping first at Skaftafell nature reserve located under Europe’s largest glacier Vatnajokull. Your last stop before arriving back in Reykjavik will be at the famous black sand beach of Reynisfjara. Reynisfjara is a phenomenal location with its volcanic black sand and basalt columns. Creating a very dramatic setting perfect for taking unique photos to bring back to friends and family at home.
Guided tour to Skaftafell & Jokulsarlon
Glacier Lagoon and stops at the highlights of the South Coast.
Overnight at Hotel
Breakfast at Hotel check out and fly back home after memorable trip