Iceland never ceases to amaze - the mouth-watering scenery is an adventure in itself, with volcanic craters, lava flows, hot springs and geysers, glaciers and stunning waterfalls offering a new view around every corner.
We have been arranging holidays to Iceland for 30 years and are the largest tour operator in the world to Iceland. We know this country inside out and our tailor made service ensures that we can put together a holiday that is right for you.
We offer year round holidays to Iceland. In summer, take advantage of the long daylight hours, high season being June to August. The best months for wild flowers are from mid-June to August and for birds May and June. If you want to travel through the uninhabited interior of Iceland, you should plan to visit early July to end September when most of the highland tracks are open. In winter, take advantage of this quieter time of year to enjoy autumnal colours, wintry landscapes and the allure of the northern lights.
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Bursting with mountains, waterfalls, volcanoes, glaciers, hot springs and geysers, there is no part of Iceland that should be left unexplored. Whether you are whale watching, snowmobiling on a glacier, swimming in a hot outdoor pool, river rafting or horse riding, there is something for everyone at any time of the year.
From late August until mid-April, the spectacular northern lights can often be observed. Displays can vary in intensity from a glowing curtain of greenish yellow lights dancing in the distance to a spectacular, multi-coloured fusion stretching across the sky.
|Iconic Iceland Attractions
The world-famous Blue Lagoon is conveniently located to the airport, so a dip here on departure or arrival is a must. Iceland's most popular trio of natural wonders, known as the Golden Circle, encompasses the double-tiered waterfall of Gullfoss, the geothermal hotspot Geysir with its erupting plumes of water and tectonic beauty spot Thingvellir National Park.
|Iceland's Wildlife and Nature
Iceland offers exceptional opportunities for whale watching (April-October) and horse riding (year round). The Icelandic horse is a pure breed with five gaits. They are sure-footed animals that are gentle, spirited and eager to please the rider offering the perfect method of exploring Iceland’s exceptional and varied scenery.
City breaks to Reykjavik are popular all year round with long days and a packed calendar of events being the draw during summer and spectacular festive celebrations and the lure of the northern lights in the winter. With a wealth of natural wonders on your doorstep you can explore by day and indulge in fine dining at night with the chance to party the Icelandic way in the thriving capital city.
Getting Around Iceland
This country really is a pleasure to drive around, with quiet roads and magnificent scenery around almost every bend. On an Iceland fly drive holiday, with your own vehicle and the comfort and convenience of pre-booked accommodation, you can enjoy the freedom to explore at your leisure.
Enjoy exploring Iceland on an escorted holiday in either the summer or winter in the company of a knowledgeable guide and with like-minded travellers.
Holidays at a glance
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We have now returned from Iceland having had THE MOST BRILLIANT TIME EVER! Thank you!Janet Markham, Reykjavik City Break