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The Sagas of Icelanders

It’s the world’s most peaceful country. They have no army, navy, nothing. The crime rate is so low that mothers leave their children out in the sun when they go shopping or to cafes. The President’s house has no security. You can literally go and ring the bell and talk to him if you feel like it. Do you believe in Elves? So do Icelanders. In this time and era of high crime rate and general acts of hatred in the world, Iceland is an exception. They are happy people who live in complete harmony with nature. We can guarantee that Iceland is not like any other place you would have even imagined.



On arrival at Reykjavik - Keflavik International Airport, get transferred to Hotel.


It's the day to get acclimatized to the place. Enjoy the city at your leisure. Close the day with your first dinner in Reykjavik at one of Iceland´s best restaurants: Dill or Fish Market.
Watch the beautiful midnight sun before settling down for the night.

Thorsmork Valley

Today starts with an action packed adventure. Start with the incredible Geothermal helicopter tour.
This chopper ride takes you over one of the most active volcanic areas in Iceland, the Hellisheiði plateau. You can see moss covered lava fields stretched out to the horizon, interspersed with colorful basalt mountains, steaming hot springs and the geothermal power plants that supply Reykjavik its renewable energy. Stop at the Hengill geothermal area and then continue to Nesjavallavirkjun, Bláfjöll mountain range, Reykjavik City and Kristnitökuhraun.
Once you get down, meet the private driver guide who will take you into the wild in two 4x4 Super Jeeps, exploring the rugged and stunningly beautiful Icelandic landscape of Þórsmörk Valley. This fantastic natural paradise is named after the Norse God Thor.
Since its situated in the south of Iceland between the glaciers Tindfjallajökull and Eyjafjallajökull, its accessible only on 4WD vehicles as you need to cross glacial rivers. As you leave for Thórsmörk, stop by Gígjökull glacier where the eruption in 2010 dramatically altered the landscape. Visit Stakkholtsgjá, a massive canyon.
Enjoy a BBQ lunch in Thorsmork and en route visit Seljalandsfoss, a waterfall that you can actually walk behind!

South Shore

After the adventure packed day, today is about beauty, horses, kayaks and more waterfalls that you can walk behind of!
Start your day with learning about the Icelandic horses and the unique gait - Tölt.
Ride them through the stunning area and pass the well known Íráfoss waterfall. The falls plunge 135-feet in a narrow plume which impacts on a skirt of rock near its base and sprays outward for its final descent. Above the falls spires of basalt guard the canyon which the falls pour out of, creating some very striking geologic adornments to the scene.
By noon, start the exploration of the South Shore with a private guide. Visit Reynisfjara ´the black beach, Skogafoss and Seljalandsfoss waterfall which offers a truly unique viewpoint by walking behind the curtain of thundering water. Hike around this area.
The small village of Stokkseyri is renowned for its beautiful seashore, breaking waves and birdlife. Rich handicraft and cultural life is held in high esteem in Stokkseyri. Stokkseyri also offers a splendid seafood restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, kayak sailing tours and a campsite. Further east form Stokkseyri is the Knarraósviti lighthouse, whose architectural design is an interesting blend of functionalism and art nouveau.
Sit on top kayaks that are safe and fun for both adults and children. Glide along the canals and enjoy the serene surroundings and birdlife before heading into the sea where you are bound to see some curious seals playing in the ocean. There is also a swimming pool for the children to play in after the kayak adventure.
Last stop before settling for the night is Hveragerði, that offers a vantage point of the Kambar mountain slope, as it spreads out across a 5,000 year-old lava field. Throughout the year, pillars of steam from the numerous hot springs in the town may be seen rising up out of the ground.

Golden Circle

Today drive across fertile farmlands to the breathtaking Gullfoss ‘Golden’ Waterfall where a narrow path provides close-up views of the thundering two-tiered cascade below.
On the way, visit Thingvellir and Geysir a geothermal area where hot springs are in abundance, geysers explode and boiling pools of mud bubble.
Thingvellir National Park (UNESCO) is Iceland’s greatest historical site and a jewel of nature. It is the visible site of the mid-Atlantic Ridge where the N. American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet. Thingvellir is also where the first ever parliament was created by the Vikings in the year 930. Enjoy an easy hike in this stunning area.
Enjoy an exhilarating snowmobile adventure on Langjökull glacier! While the south is certainly spectacular from “below” nothing beats experiencing it from “above”, snowmobiling on top of the glacier. The snowmobile tour is the perfect length of time for first-time riders and individuals looking for a scenic, fun ride, exploring and experiencing the wilderness, glacier and the breathtaking views.

Villa Palomino

Enjoy at your leisure.

Snæfellsnes Peninsula

Today explore the stunning Snæfellsnes Peninsula with your private driver-guide. This is a unique area with a variety of geological interests such as lava fields, volcanoes, glacier, mineral springs, beautifully formed rocks, yellow and black sand beaches as well as caves and very interesting bird colonies. On a clear day you will enjoy a view of the mystical Snæfellsjökull glacier, a beautifully shaped strato volcano at the very end of the peninsula. Stop at Ytri Tunga sandy beach- this charming Icelandic beach is a great place for children to run around and seal spot! It’s one of the best places in Iceland to see them especially in July. The seals are friendly and curious and often climb up on the rocks near the sandy beach. Continue to explore the Snælfellsnes peninsula. Visit Bjarnarhöfn Shark Museum, a family run museum and production of fermented shark meat, a traditional Icelandic dish loved or loathed by natives. If you are brave enough you can taste the “delicious” rotten shark – followed quickly by a shot of Icelandic schnapps, or “brennivin” in case the taste is a bit overwhelming! The museum features shark fishing paraphernalia and the family´s old fishing gear, from fishing hats to boat and everything in between. Your private chef from your villa will make you a delicious packed lunch to eat in the amazing moss covered lava fields on Berserkjahraun (Berserk lava), one the most beautiful lava fields in Iceland. The moss is extremely soft and some say better to sleep on than any mattress!

Borgarfjörður - Into the Glacier

The last stop on thie epic adventure isBorgarfjörður, Iceland’s second largest lowland area, rich in farming, lakes and rivers for fishing, rugged scenery with chasms and waterfalls, with glaciers forming a majestic backdrop on the western rim of the highlands. Drive in a Super Jeep past the historic site of Reykholt, where the poet and politician Snorri Sturluson lived in the 12th century. Visit Deildartunguhver at 180 l/sec of 100°C hot water it has the highest flow rate of hot springs in Europe. Admire the picturesque waterfalls Barnafoss (Children’s Falls) and Hraunfossar (Lava falls), a series of waterfalls formed by rivulets streaming over a distance of about 900 metres out of a lava field. Visit the Ice Cave, a man-made cave that stretches deep inside the glacier and consists of a series of tunnels and caves carved through solid glacier ice. The Ice Cave is located about 30 meters below the glacier’s surface and you will ride right up to the ice tunnel and walk down into the magnificent ice caves beneath the ice cap. Your expert guide will take you on this fantastic journey into the icy netherworld deep within the glacier.
Close the night at the hotel that is a short walk from the Blue Lagoon.
Built in harmony with the surrounding landscape, it offers an oasis of calm, relaxation, and healing. The beautiful frosty blue water comes straight from the depths of the earth, it is loaded with minerals, salts, blue-green algae and silica. These elements are believed to possess therapeutic powers. The view of the lagoon is spellbinding and the temperature of the water always fluctuates between 37 degrees and 40 degrees Celsius.
It's the perfect way to close your trip in Iceland.


Private transfer to Keflavik International Airport.

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Birds eye view

9 Days
Day 1 : Reykjavik
Day 2 : Reykjavik
Day 3 : Thorsmork Valley
Day 4 : South Shore
Day 5 : Golden Circle
Day 6 : Villa Palomino
Day 7 : Snæfellsnes Peninsula
Day 8 : Borgarfjörður - Into the Glacier
Day 9 : Reykjavik

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