Iceland

Spectacular Aurora Display Over Kirkjufell Mountain

Spectacular Aurora Display Over Kirkjufell Mountain

Photo Credits: Saravut Whanset

The Great Glacier Lagoon

The Great Glacier Lagoon

Photo Credits: Adellyne

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

Summer By Skogafoss

Summer By Skogafoss

Huge Waterfall Flowing From Under Giant Glacier

 
 
Winter  Holidays in Iceland  | Summer  Holidays in Iceland

Tours for this destination

Geyser Iceland
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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 plethora of restaurants on offer pride themselves on crafting culinary delights from an abundance of locally sourced products.

All Year

£660
Hotel Ranga
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By day soak up South Iceland’s unique cocktail of sights; the falling water curtains that are the Skógafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfalls, the foam pounding on Dryrholaey’s black sand beaches and Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon. By night fine dine, soak in a hot tub under the starlit sky, and perhaps the Northern Lights, whilst enjoying the countryside charms of the Hotel Ranga.

October - April

£950
Highlands Iceland
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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

£2050
Gullfoss Waterfall
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Immediately immerse yourself in Southern Iceland’s unique cocktail of sights, by choosing to stay in one of our idyllic country retreats. Days can be spent exploring the region and each night return to the comfort of your hotel who between them offer fine dining, hot tubs, spa’s, exceptional service and strikingly scenic locations. Complete this Icelandic short break by then swopping the countryside for the charm of Reykjavik and an injection of city chic.

May - September

£1175
Lake Myvatn
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Discover South Iceland’s most iconic attractions including Gullfoss and Geysir’s hot springs combined with the dramatic landscape of Northeast Iceland’s Lake Myvatn, an area with its surreal water-filled volcanoes, boiling mud pots and sculpted lakeside lava formations. Add to this whale watching in Reykjvaik and Husavik and a bathe in the famed Blue Lagoon and you will have all the ingredients for a holiday of extraordinary contrasts. 

June - August 

£1845