Iceland

A Stunning Display Of Northern Lights

A Stunning Display Of Northern Lights

View The Northern Lights In Iceland

Snowy Landscape

Snowy Landscape

Enjoy A Winters Day In Reyjavik

Spa Time At The Blue Lagoon

Spa Time At The Blue Lagoon

Relax In The Warming Waters Of The Blue Lagoon

Explosive Geysirs

Explosive Geysirs

Enjoy The Explosive Powers Of The Famous Icelandic Geysirs

Snowmobiling On A Glacier

Snowmobiling On A Glacier

Enjoy An Exhilarating Snowmobile Ride On Top Of A Glacier

 
 
Winter  Holidays in Iceland  | Summer  Holidays in Iceland

Tours for this destination

Golden Classic
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It may be one of Europe’s smallest capitals, but it certainly puts many others to shame with its diversity of attractions. In close proximity are geysers, caves, hot springs and glaciers. The city centre proffers galleries, museums and sculptures which reflect the huge variety and creative and cultural background of Iceland’s population of just 321,000. Buildings owe more to nature than to architects. The Hallsgrimskirkja Church, which overlooks the whole town, is modelled as a gigantic piece of molten lava. Whereas the plethora of restaurants on offer pride themselves on crafting culinary delights from an abundance of locally sourced products.

All Year

£695
Reykjavik New Year
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Celebrate New Year in a style peculiar to Icelanders that attracts visitors from around the world not least because unlimited fireworks can be had by anyone which Icelanders take maximum advantage of and garland the city with displays.Bring in the New Year with champagne and fireworks and then dance the night away.

28th December 2014

£895
Hotel Ranga
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By day enjoy Southern Iceland’s unique cocktail of sights: the falling water curtains that are Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, the glacial snowmobiling rink that is Mýrdalsjökull glacier, the foam pounding white on Dyrhólæy’s black sand beaches and the Golden Circle's famed attractions of Gullfoss, Geysir and Pingviller.

By night enjoy food to die for in the hotel Ranga's renowned dining room and afterwards soak in a hot tub outside whilst waiting for the Northern Lights to appear [hopefully] in the night sky above you.

October - April ~ Daily Departures

£925
Quaint houses in Iceland
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Experience Reykjavík’s cutting edge everything; take in Iceland’s best known natural attractions: Gullfoss, Geysir and Pingvellir all glistening in a winter coat of snow; do a little culture vulturing up by Reykholt, shrine to Saga author Snorri Sturluson; drive out along the Snæfellsnes peninsula topped at its end with an eternal ‘pyramid of snow’ and round off your trip with a bathe in the Blue Lagoon.

October - April ~ Daily Departures

£790
Highland
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Uninhabitable and impassable for all but two months of the year, the Sprengisanður highland road is an awesomely stark route down through the middle of the Island and the dramatic centrepiece of this itinerary.  

July – August ~ Daily

£1599